Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Perth Mint Lunar 2014 Year of the Horse Coins - Coloured, Gilded & Gemstone


For those waiting on the more decorative proof lunar horse coins from Perth  Mint, you may be pleased to know that some are due to be released next month.



Hit the link above for a list of all the Perth Mint (numismatic) coin releases coming in October. As previously mentioned in this post detailing Perth Mint release dates, the rest of the bullion coins are also due to become available on October 1st:

2014 Australian Lunar – Year of the Horse Silver Bullion Coin Series (5oz, 10oz & 1 kilo)

Also if you bought the Australian Lunar Series II 2oz Silver Proof Coin Collection last year and you're worried because the 2oz Horse wasn't released with the other proof coins yesterday or that you would have to fight with other coin buyers to complete the collection, fear not! I followed this up with Perth Mint after a couple of readers emailed and commented asking if I knew anything about it, the response was as follows:

"All those who purchased the Australian Lunar Series II 2oz Silver Proof Coin Collection (with the first six coins) will receive a letter / email inviting them to secure the 2014 Year of the Horse release. These notifications will be sent out by the Mint in November. It will include details of how long their coin will be reserved and the final order date should they wish to proceed."

Good news that those who have started the collection will be able to complete it without hassle.


If you are interested in receiving free updates to your inbox with lunar coin releases then strongly recommend you signup for free email updates:
 

The Perth Mint Australia

2 comments:

What about the people who didn,t bought with the perth mint
i want to see if all dealers registered the 2 oz proof 6 coin set buyers i dont think so lets see

Presumably allocations to dealers will remain the same as for the set. It might be worth contacting the dealer you bought through in advance as there is no way for Perth Mint to control the way they sell the coin even if they do receive the same allocation size.

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