Budgerigar 2022 Stamp and Coin Cover

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The Perth Mint and Australia Post are delighted to present a superbly illustrated stamp and coin cover celebrating one of the most popular pets in the world – the budgerigar.

Key features:

  • Australian legal tender coin
  • Official Australia Post stamps
  • Superbly illustrated envelope
  • Perfect gift idea for budgie owners
Mintage 6,500
SKU 22O65AAA

Story

Popular pets

A budgerigar, more commonly known as a budgie, is a small, colourful parakeet native to Australia. In the wild, where they live in nomadic flocks, budgies are green and yellow with black markings. However, birds are bred in captivity for a greater variety of colours. Enormously appealing, they’re thought to be the third most popular pet in the world.

Beautiful blue budgie

The coloured Australian coin depicts a beautiful blue budgie perched on a stem. As well as the inscription ‘BUDGERIGAR’, the design includes The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark

00. Budgies PNC cover

Themed envelope with official stamps

Illustrated with another gorgeous blue budgie, the envelope features two $1.10 Australia Post stamps that continue the theme. A BIRDWOOD SA 5234 postmark in the shape of a budgie includes the words ‘First day of issue 11 July 2022’. The envelope also includes Australia Post’s Seal of Authenticity.

Specifications

Specifications

Year 2022
Metal Base Metal
Monetary Denomination (AUD) 1.00
Minimum Gross Weight (g) 13.000
Maximum Diameter (mm) 30.70
Maximum Thickness (mm) 3.40
Maximum Mintage 6,500
Legal Tender Australia
Effigy Jody Clark design of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II
Designer Natasha Muhl

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