The 2012 Australian Silver Kookaburra

Numis Network's Silver Coin of the Month for October 2011 is the 2012 Australian Silver Kookaburra.

Enjoying its 23rd year in production, the Australian Silver Kookaburra was first issued by the Perth Mint in 1990. Since it was introduced, the Australian Kookaburra has become one of the most sought-after silver coins in the world. This is primarily due to the Perth Mint's practice of changing the coin's reverse design each year to feature a new image of the native Australian kingfisher and its extremely limited mintage.

The Coat of Arms of Mexico

Numis Network's Silver Coin of the Month for September 2011 is the Mexican Libertad. The obverse of this beautiful one ounce silver coin features one of the country's most important symbols of politics and culture, the Coat or Arms of Mexico. It depicts the nation's national bird, the golden eagle, perched upon a prickly pear cactus while devouring a rattlesnake. It is an important symbolic image that recalls the legendary founding of Mexico City by the Aztecs in 1325.

The Silver Libertad

Numis Network's Silver Coin of the Month for September 2011 is the meticulously minted Mexican Silver Libertad.

First introduced in 1982, the Libertad is produced by the prestigious Casa de Moneda de México, the oldest mint in the Western Hemisphere. Today, it ranks among the most popular pure silver coins in the world.

Creating Lady Liberty

This month, members of Numis Network's Silver Coin of the Month Club received their 2011 American Silver Eagles from the San Francisco Mint. Often considered to be one of the most beautiful coins ever produced, the Silver Eagle’s design is based on Adolph A. Weinman’s “Walking Liberty,” introduced on the 1917 silver half dollar.


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