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For 2010, the Perth Mint's internationally renowned Australian Lunar Silver Coin Series II celebrated the Year of the Tiger, the third animal in the 12-year cycle of the Chinese zodiac.

These superb quality releases are perfect for people born in "tiger" years - 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, and in 2010 who are regarded as honest, efficient, compassionate and independent.

Bagsiden af hver mønt har en tiger liggende på græsset under et træ. Although lying on it's side, the tiger's head is up and alert. The Chinese character for "tiger" and the inscription "Year of the Tiger" also appear in the design along with The Perth Mint's traditional "P" mintmark, the year and weight. As well as appealing to silver coin collectors, these outstanding releases also make great gifts for people born in any year "ruled" by the Chinese lunar tiger.

Specifikationer
4212
AU
Perth Mint
Let brugt
999
Effigy of Queen Elizabeth II with the words "Elizabeth II Australia 30 Dollars 1 kg 999 Silver 2010"
Tiger lying on it's side with a tree in the background and the words "Year of the Tiger" and the Chinese symbol for "tiger"
2009
100.5
13.3
AUD 30
2010
Ian Rank Broadley (forside)
32.1500

SKU

4212

land

AU

Fabrikant

Perth Mint

Tilstand

Let brugt

renhed

999

Forsiden

Effigy of Queen Elizabeth II with the words "Elizabeth II Australia 30 Dollars 1 kg 999 Silver 2010"

Bagsiden

Tiger lying on it's side with a tree in the background and the words "Year of the Tiger" and the Chinese symbol for "tiger"

Først udgivet

2009

Diameter (mm)

100.5

Gennemsnitlig tykkelse (mm)

13.3

Lovligt betalingsmiddel

AUD 30

år

2010

Designer

Ian Rank Broadley (forside)

Metalvægt (ozt)

32.1500
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