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2017-P Australia Stock Horse - P5 Privy 5 oz Silver Gilt Proof $8 Coin GEM Proof in its Original Government Packaging

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Why Choose This GEM 2017-P Australia 5 oz. Gilt Silver Proof Stock Horse in Original Government Packaging?

2017 is the fifth year of the Australian Stock Horse series of coins. These are the product of the Perth Mint, which has an outstanding reputation for quality. The Australian Stock Horse silver proof shown here has been plated with gold in specific areas by the Mint. It weighs 5 troy oz. and the mintage limit was set at just 500 pieces.

5 Horses in 1 Design

The obverse features a detailed effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, this version is the work of Ian Rank-Broadley. The face value can also be found on this side.

The reverse displays the stock horse design, which actually includes 5 different horses rather than just 1. Each one has been plated with 24 karat gold and looks great against the silver proof background. This side also shows "P5" privy mark for the 5th year of the series.

GEM Proof in Original Perth Mint Packaging

This 5 oz. gilded silver proof is in GEM Proof condition and it is still protected by its original government packaging. The packaging includes a very classy display box with a black interior and a fitted area for the coin.

Order your GEM 2017-P Australia 5 oz. Stock Horse gilt silver proof in original government packaging while you can.

Year of Issue:2017
Mint:Perth Mint
Grading Service:Uncertified
Grade:GEM Proof
Finish:Gilt Proof
Packaging:Original Government Packaging
Display Weight:5 oz
Weight in Grams:155.517 g
Weight in Ounces:5 oz
Diameter:60.60 mm
Thickness:7.90 mm
Edge Type:Plain
Legal Tender:Australia
Obverse Design:Queen Elizabeth II Portrait
Reverse Designer/Engraver:Ian Rank-Broadley