The Amazing Story of Australia’s Perth Mint

The Amazing Story of Australia’s Perth Mint

Up to 2000, the Mint’s refined gold output totaled 4,500 tonnes, representing 3.25% of the total weight of gold produced by humankind. This is about the current holdings of gold bullion in the United States Mint’s Fort Knox Bullion Depository.

 

The Perth Mint played a central role in the development of Western Australia’s gold industry. During the 19th Century, three branches of the Royal Mint of London were established in the Australian colonies to refine gold from the gold rushes and to mint gold sovereigns and half-sovereigns for the British Empire.

 
 
 
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