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Lunar Year of the Dragon 2024 Australia $5 2021 Proof Domed 1 oz 99,9% Silver Coin

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139,00 €
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Coin Year: 2022
Denomination: $5
Finish: Proof
Diameter: 39.62mm
Weight: 1oz
Silver: 99,9%
Mintage: 7 500

Celebrating the Year of the Dragon, the Royal Australian Mint has released this 2024 $5 Fine Silver Proof Domed Coin. Lunar New Year is celebrated throughout the world, with coins considered traditional gifts. Featuring the noble and confident Dragon on the reverse and the Lunar calendar wheel on the obverse, this coin is an auspicious gift or collectible. The Dragon is the fifth of the twelve signs in the Chinese Zodiac. According to legend twelve animals participated in a race across a river to allow the Jade emperor to establish the order of the signs of the Chinese horoscope. Everyone thought that the Dragon would come first as it could fly, but it stopped to help some villages along the way. It also felt sorry for the Rabbit and decided to help it ashore first, allowing the Rabbit to take fourth place.
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Weight: 5 oz
Silver: 99,9%
Diameter: 50 x 70 mm
Antique finish
Mintage: 488 coins

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Silver: 99,9%
Weight: 62.2 g
Diameter: 55 mm
Quality: Proof
Mintage: 1.888 pcs

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Nominal value 0.5TVD
Weight: 15.553g
Dimensions: 32.60 mm
Maximum Mintage 7,150
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The ancient lunar zodiac comprises 12 animal signs, each said to bestow desirable characteristics on those born under its influence. According to tradition, dragon babies will likely be blessed with bravery, persistence, intelligence, and good fortune.

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Gold: 99,99%
Weight: 2 g
Dimentions: 11,5 x 19 mm
Mintage 1500

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Weight: 31,1 gr
Silver: 99,9%
Diameter: 32 mm
Mintage: 2000

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