U.S. Money Reserve To Act As Exclusive Distributor of Perth Mint Coin Set

U.S. Money Reserve continues to cement its reputation as a top distributor of gold. The company recently signed a deal to act as the exclusive U.S. distributor of a new currency set, a set issued by The Perth Mint in Australia.

For those new to the gold and precious metals industry, U.S. Money Reserve distributes precious metals to those interested in buying. Since its founding in 2001, U.S. Money Reserve established a strong name for itself nationally.

Charitable endeavors in the company’s home city of Austin show the company also focuses on things outside of business ventures.

The main thing that draws attention to the company would be its inventory. The many unique gold metal coins sold by U.S. Money Reserve, in particular, draw attention. Read more: US Money Reserve | Twitter and U.S. Money Reserve Encourages Visitors To Explore Its New Website And E-Commerce Coin Catalogue

In addition to gold coins, silver and platinum assets are distributed as well. Recently, U.S. Money Reserve announced a new coin set in cooperation with the aforementioned Perth Mint. The artistry of the new coin set makes it worth checking out.

The Unique Coin Set

The three-coin set honors the 65th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation. The Queen was coronated in 1953, a critical point in world history.

Her coronation was heralded as a path towards turning the page after the harsh events of World War II. The recently-issued coins recapture the spirit of the event in their minted imagery.

The new coin set is a low-mintage issue, which collectors might find intriguing. As for the composition of the actual set, two gold coins are included. Learn more about Larkin and Lacey: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/author/angiekoch-usmoneyreserve-894 and  https://www.usmoneyreserve.com/why-buy-gold/

Specifically, there is a 2oz. gold proof coin and a 1/4oz. gold proof one. The third coin is a 1oz. silver proof one. The purity of the precious metals lists at 99.99%. The 1965 Australian Currency Act establishes these coins as legal tender.

A Truly Limited Edition

The limited edition nature of this coin set truly is limited. Only 250 were minted in total. U.S. Reserve procured the rights to distribute 203 of the 250 made.

U.S. Money Reserve’s management expressed feelings of honor over The Perth Mint’s agreement to allow U.S. Money Reserve to act as a distributor. The Perth Mint surely feels equally honored.