Coin collectors in the United States are looking forward to getting their hands on the limited-edition coins from Australia that will be exclusively distributed by the U.S. Money Reserve. These limited-edition coins were made by the Perth Mint, and Australian coin minting company. Learn more about US Money Reserve: http://www.builtinaustin.com/company/us-money-reserve and https://www.huffingtonpost.com/author/angiekoch-usmoneyreserve-894
The coins were made to commemorate Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation 65 years ago. The coins made by the Perth Mint are made of almost pure gold and pure silver that was mixed with an alloy to ensure its durability.
They have partnered with the U.S. Reserve to be able to sell the coins to the massive American market. Coin collectors residing in the United States said that they are lucky enough to be chosen as one of the few countries where the limited-edition coins will be distributed. Only 250 of these coins will be made, and out of the total number of coins, 203 will be taken to the United States either to be sold or auctioned.
The U.S. Money Reserve has been in a great partnership status with the Perth Mint. The company stated that they are enjoying their present relationship with other coin minting companies around the world because they are given a chance to distribute rare and special coins. Read more: US Money Reserve | LinkedIn and US Money Reserve Reports How to Protect Wealth From Increasing Global Risks in Exclusive eBook | PRNewswire
Established in 2001, the U.S. Money Reserve became the largest producers and distributors of limited-edition coins in the United States. The United States government is also working with the U.S. Money Reserve, in the sense that they are allowing them to produce the limited-edition coins that commemorate a special event, or an extraordinary person, in the history of the United States.
Many people remember The U.S. Money Reserve because of their website’s renovation last year. It was enhanced to provide the visitors of the website a unique experience in looking at coins.
When visiting the U.S. Money Reserve website, people could select a page where a huge resource of information about precious metals and currency can be found. They could also find ways within the website on how they can order the limited-edition coin.
The Perth Mint stated that they would want to work with the U.S. Money Reserve for a more extended period. The two companies have already been working for four times, including the latest distribution of the 65th coronation anniversary.
Previous coins minted by Perth Mint and was distributed in the United States by the U.S. Money Reserve were the Queen’s 90th Birthday coins, her 70th Wedding Anniversary coins, and the 75th Pearl Harbor Attack coins.