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Why purchase this Brilliant Uncirculated 2019-P Australian 1 oz. Gold Moon Landing coin?
The Perth Mint celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the historic Apollo 11 lunar landing with the release of this stunning commemorative coin. From the earth, Australia's Parkes radio telescope played an important role in the mission, receiving the video signals from the moon that enabled more than 600 million people to watch the astronauts walk on the moon in real time. The 32.60 mm diameter 2019 Moon Landing bullion coin is struck from 1 Troy oz. of .9999 fine gold, its mintage limited to only 15,000.
Magnificently Detailed Commemorative Design
The reverse depicts the uneven surface of the moon, with the distinctive impression left by an astronaut's boot in the foreground and the Lunar Landing Module "Eagle" dominating the landscape beyond. The image created by Lucas Bowers includes the inscriptions "MOON LANDING 1969-2019" and the Perth Mint mark "P."
The obverse features The Royal Mint designer Jody Clark's effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Inscribed "ELIZABETH II," "AUSTRALIA," "1 OZ 9999 AU," "2019" and "100 DOLLARS."
GEM Brilliant Uncirculated Coin
This 2019-P Australia Moon Landing 1 oz. gold bullion coin is presented ungraded, in superbly struck Brilliant Uncirculated (GEM BU) condition. .
This Brilliant Uncirculated 2019-P Australian Moon Landing 1 oz. gold bullion coin will make an exciting addition to your collection!
This 2019-P Australia Apollo 11 Moon Landing 1 oz Gold $100 Coin GEM BU is proudly minted by the Perth Mint. The Perth Mint was established in 1899. Today it produces popular series, including the Kookaburra, Koala, and Kangaroo series.
|Year of Issue:||2019|
|Display Weight:||1 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||31.1035 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1 oz|
|Obverse Design:||Queen Elizabeth II Portrait|
|Reverse Design:||Lunar Module and Footprint|
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