Filigree Panda. Solomon Islands 5$ 2021. 2 oz 99,9% silver coin

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249,00 €
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Weight: 2 oz
Silver: 99,9%
Diameter: 60 mm
Quality: Proof like
Issuing Country: Solomon Islands
Year Date: 2021
Mintage: 1888
Face Value: 5 Dollars


Very detailed Filigree pattern – partly handmade – meets black and white Enamel Colour
With a diameter of 60 mm and 2 oz of pure Silver there is plenty of room to discover the delicate design which is partly handmade.

Premium packaging with acrylic lid for a stunning presentation.
Small LUCKY mintage of only 1,888 pieces worldwide!

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Issuing Country: Solomon Islands

Weight: 2 oz
Silver: 99,9%
Diameter: 60 mm
Quality: Proof like

Year Date: 2022
Mintage: 1888



Very detailed Filigree pattern – partly handmade – meets black and white Enamel Colour
With a diameter of 60 mm and 2 oz of pure Silver there is plenty of room to discover the delicate design which is partly handmade.

Premium packaging with acrylic lid for a stunning presentation.
Small LUCKY mintage of only 1,888 pieces worldwide!

Discover the Hologram Rainbow Effect and delicate Panda design on a diameter of 60 mm – fully 24K Gold plated to honour the 40th anniversary of the Chinese Panda Coins.
► Premium packaging with acrylic lid for a stunning presentation.
► First edition “Filigree Panda” 2021 is completely sold out – this year‘s anniversary issue comes with a mintage of only 1,888 pieces again and will be even more sought after!
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