The U.S. Reserve recently announced that they would be distributing a new set of commemorative coins from the Perth Mint, an Australian coin minting and distributing firm.
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The company has been operating for 17 years, being established back in the year 2001. Through the years, they managed to build an extensive network composed of other coin minting and distributing companies around the world.
Their partnership with the Perth Mint has been around for years, and the two companies are working together so that limited edition coins minted in Australia can be sold and distributed in the United States. Connect with US Reserve on LinkedIn
This year, the Perth Mint announced that they would be creating a commemorative coin based on the 65th coronation anniversary of the Queen of the United Kingdom, Queen Elizabeth II.
The English monarch was crowned in 1953, and the public saw her coronation as a symbol of hope because most of the world back then was recovering from the effects of the war.
The Perth Mint decided to create the coin so that they can sell it to a huge number of coin collectors and enthusiasts both in Australia and the United States. Follow US Money Reserve on Twitter
A total of 250 coins will be made by the Perth Mint, with 47 coins being distributed in Australia and the rest will be sent to the United States. The coin will be made of gold and silver, and it will be combined with other alloys to strengthen it and increase its durability. It will also have a legal tender when used in Australia.
The U.S. Reserve has already announced the production of the coins on their website. When limited-edition coins are being released, many people tend to visit the website of the U.S. Money Reserve to order in advance.
Because of the rarity of the coin, it is expected that it will be sold quickly. Previous coins minted by the Perth Mint were also distributed by the U.S. Money Reserve exclusively in the United States.
Some of these coins were made to commemorate the 90th birthday celebration of the Queen, her 70th royal wedding anniversary, and the attack on Pearl Harbor that took place in 1941.
People who have been working with the U.S. Money Reserve say that their money is worth it if they will be ordering from the company because it is assured that their orders will be delivered on time.
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