The 2020 Year of the Mouse silver coin is the first of the third Lunar series released by the Perth Mint in Australia. Extremely popular with collectors, this new series starts with a depiction of two mice on ears of corn, and will be the first of 12 minted celebrating the Chinese Zodiac.
The 2020 Silver Kangaroo is the newest release from the Perth mint. Featuring a fineness of .9999 Pure Silver, this years 2019 Australian 1oz Silver coin features the iconic Australian Kangaroo set against a background of the suns rays. This coin also has a unique security feature built into it - a micro-engraved 'A' within the first letter 'A' of the description Australian Kangaroo.
The 1oz 2020 silver Britannia coin contains one troy ounce of fine silver and is produced each year by the Royal Mint. Each 1oz silver Britannia is imprinted with a "face value"; this one ounce coin is set as "£2", although the value is of course based on the market price of its metal content. The 1oz silver Britannia coins feature the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse, and the iconic image of Britannia on the reverse. These coins benefit from being Capital Gains Tax (CGT) Free. All UK gold and silver bullion coins manufactured by the Royal Mint are legal tender and are exempt from Capital Gains Tax. Tax free coins are available to buy from ATS Bullion and these include Sovereigns, half Sovereigns and gold and silver Britannia's. To find out more about Capital Gains Tax - view our article Capital Gains Tax and Gold Bullion: What you need to know. Click for more Royal Mint Products Investing in Gold or Silver Bullion If you would like more information on investing in gold and silver bullion bars and coins, please look at our How to Invest guide. Or if you prefer, please contact us on 020 7240 4041 for some free and impartial advice.
This years 30g (0.9645 t/oz) Silver Panda Coin features an image of a reclining baby panda enjoying a shoot of bamboo and the obverse shows the 'Temple of Heaven'. This is the fifth coin produced in 30g since the Chinese Mint changed to the metric system; previously all coins were made to 1 t/oz. These coins are highly sought for by investors and collectors due to being the only coin minted by this metric as well as changing their designs annually apart from the 2001 and 2002 coins which share the same design.