Lunar II Tiger 1/2oz Gold Coin 2010
Founded in 1899 in Perth, Australia. The Perth Mint holds the world record to mint the biggest gold coin with 1012 kg. Globally loved by investors for their high quality and wide range of investment and collectors coins.
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The Lunar II gold coin series from the Perth Mint is modeled after the Chinese Lunar Calendar. Each year features a new animal design from the Chinese zodiac. The Lunar II gold coin series began in 2008 with the “Year of the Mouse” and ends in 2019 with the “Year of the Pig”.
The 2010 Lunar II Tiger ½ oz gold coin has a fineness of .9999 gold and a declared mintage of 9,781 coins.
2010 is the “Year of the Tiger” and the third coin in the series.
All of the Lunar II gold coins are produced by the Perth Mint in western Australia.
The motif side of the coin shows the head of a Tiger. Below the Tiger is the inscription “YEAR OF THE TIGER”. The Chinese Character for Tiger can be seen above the motif. To the right is the letter “P”, which represents the Perth Mint.
The value side of the coin shows the right side portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. The image of the Queen was created by artist and engraver Ian Rank-Broadley. The engravings on the outer edge are “ELIZABETH II”, “AUSTRALIA”, “50 DOLLARS”, “2010” and “½ oz 9999 GOLD”.
Manufacturer: Perth Mint
Country of Origin: Australia
Series Name: Lunar II “Year of the Tiger”
Year of Issue: 2010
Diameter: 30.6 mm
Purity: 99.99% Gold
Fine Weight: 1/2 ounce
Nominal Value: 50 Dollars
|Country of Origin||Australia|
|Gross Weight||15.55 gram|
|Denomination (oz)||1/2 oz|
|Year of issue||2010|
|Face value||50 AUD|
|Packing||single in Capsule|
|Packing Unit||20 per roll|
|Large Packing 2||100 per box|
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