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Lunar Year of the Rabbit 2023 Australia $1 1/2 oz 99,9% Silver Coin

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79,00 €
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Coin Year: 2023
Denomination: $1
Finish: Proof bar
Diameter: 41 x 24 mm
Weight: 1/2 oz
Silver: 99,9%
Mintage: 10 000

To celebrate 2023, the year of the Water Rabbit, the Royal Australian Mint has produced this beautiful 2023 $1 1/2 oz Silver Ingot. Featuring the gentle Rabbit amongst plantain lilies, which represent innocence, happiness and harmony, the ingot honours those people born under the sign of the Rabbit, who are believed to be noble, elegant and lovely. A brilliant and auspicious gift or collectible for Lunar New Year 2023.

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