The Perth Mint of Australia has announced free shipping for Christmas on coins and other related products through the month of November.
Collectors who place online orders of $100 or more through the Mint’s website at www.perthmint.com.au will not be charged for shipping.
"Beginning 1st November and valid on web purchases until the 30th, this offer coincides with the busy Christmas ordering period, helping buyers make the most of our wide range of coins, jewellery, timepieces and other gift ideas," The Perth Mint said Tuesday, October 30, 2012.
Deadline ordering dates for guaranteed Christmas delivery include:
- Australia Standard Delivery — December 7, 2012
- Australia Express Courier — December 17, 2012
- International Delivery — December 7, 2012
Subscription and bullion products are excluded from the Mint’s free shipping for Christmas promotion.
Final Coins of 2012
This week The Perth Mint of Australia will be releasing its last coins and products of the year. Scheduled for release this Thursday (Wednesday in the U.S. and Canada), they include:
- Australian Lunar Series II — 2013 Year of the Snake Gold Proof Coloured Editions
- Australian Lunar Series II — 2013 Year of the Snake Silver Proof Coloured Editions
- Australian Lunar Series II — 2oz Silver Proof Twelve-Coin Collection (excluding Europe)
- Year of the Snake 2013 1oz Silver Proof Rectangle Four-Coin Set
- 2012 Silver Proof High Relief Four-Coin Set
- Four Seasons — Summer 2013 1oz Silver Proof Coin
- Dragons of Legend — Three-Headed Dragon 2013 1oz Silver Proof Coin
- Australian Lunar Series II — 2012 Year of the Dragon 1oz Gold Proof High Relief Coin (excluding USA)
- Birds of Australia — Budgerigar 2013 1/2oz Silver Proof Coin
- Baby Snake 2013 1/2oz Silver Proof Coin
- 2013 Australian Citizenship $1 Coin
CoinNews.net will offer information and images on many of these new products during the next few days.
About The Perth Mint of Australia
The Perth Mint (www.perthmint.com.au) is the official issuer of the Australian Federal Government’s Gold and Silver Bullion Coin Program. It was Australia’s third branch of Britain’s Royal Mint when it opened in 1899.