Beginning in 1995 and concluding in 2003, as part of a 9-year series, the Floral Emblems of Australia gold coin series depicts each of Australia’s state and territory floral emblems. The first state’s flower depicted was NSW’s Waratah. The gold coins were produced in 2 sizes 1/2oz and 1/3oz, with face values of $150 and $100 respectively, and shipped in either wooden or soft-touch boxes.
Queensland Mint is proud to offer the Australian 1/3oz Gold $100 Floral Emblems of Australia Sturt's Desert Rose Proof Coin (2002) in Presentation Box for purchase online.
- Contains 0.33 troy ounce or 10.26 grams of pure 99.90% gold
- Limited mintage of 2,500 coins
- Ships with certificate of authenticity
The obverse depicts the traditional image of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, design by Ian Rank-Broadley, along with the mark of the year.
The reverse depicts the image of the Australia Sturt's Desert Rose along with the face value. This is designed by Horst Hahne.
The coin has been designed and struck to the highest possible quality by the Mint.
No more than 2,500 of the Australian 1/3oz Gold $100 Floral Emblems of Australia Sturt's Desert Rose Proof Coin 2002 in Presentation Box will be issued.
Condition: Please note there are slight marks on the outer case.
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