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Golden Flower Collection - Strelitzia. Samoa 5$ 2023 99,9% Silver Coin with 3D Golden Flower. 1 oz.

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199,00 €
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Country: Samoa
Denomination: 5 Dollars
Year: 2023
Quality: Proof
Silver: 99.9%
Weight: 31,1g
Diameter:40mm
Mintage: 1 500
Packaging: Box, Certificate
Special: Full 3D gilded Strelizia.
Waterlily base material: synthetic, 999 gold-plated


It´s a perfect gift for every occasion, be it Valentines Day, birthday, wedding day or just to show your loved ones how much they mean to you.
Tropical strelitzia, also called “Bird of Paradise“ comes from South Africa, but today it is a popular houseplant.

It blooms only once a year for about 4-6 weeks. Symbolically, it stands for extravagance and exoticism and is therefore a gift for someone you believe to be unique and extraordinary.
The 1 oz silver coin Golden Flower Collection shows the special flower in 3D Golden Flower Technique.

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