Lunar Year of the Tiger 2022 Australia $5 2021 Proof Domed 1 oz 99,9% Silver Coin

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129,00 €
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Coin Year: 2022
Denomination: $5
Finish: Proof
Diameter: 39.62mm
Weight: 1oz
Silver: 99,9%
Mintage: 3 500

The Tiger is the third of twelve signs in the Chinese Zodiac. According to legend the Jade Emperor invited the animals to race across a swift river, to determine their position in the zodiac. The confident Tiger was a likely contender to win, but kept getting swept downstream by the strong currents. Showing the determination and strength synonymous with those born under the sign, the Tiger finally made it a shore behind the Rat and Ox.
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Silver: 99.9%
Weight: 62,2 g
Diameter 70 mm
Maximum Mintage 500

A new series dedicated to vases, which are considered the most expensive and famous in the whole world.

The first coin from this series “Chinese Dragon” features a small blue and white dragon porcelain vase that was sold for just about £5million – barely in 500 times more than it was estimated! The dragon vase dates back to the Qianlong period. It contains an intricate dragon motif and is beautifully decorated with bands of plantain leaves, waves, as well as a cloud-collar at the waisted neck and broad shoulders. The sides are densely painted with six meticulously rendered five-clawed dragons portrayed emerging from crashing waves and flying amid stylized clouds and flames.

A magnificent coin featuring a porcelain inset in the shape of a vase that is an incredibly fine piece of Chinese porcelain!
269,00 €
Country: Fiji
Year: 2021
Face Value: 10 Dollar
Silver: 99.9%
Weight: 31.1 g
Diameter: 40 mm
Quality: Proof
Mintage: 8888 pcs

The 1 oz coin features a powerful ox and a glossy blue Freshwater Pearl!
139,00 €
Face value: 5 $ (Tuvalu)
Weight: 5 oz(ca 155 g)
Silver: 99,99%
Diameter: 55,9 mm
Mintage: 488 münti

According to ancient Chinese mythology, the universe was divided into four quadrants marking the winter and summer solstices, and the autumn and spring equinoxes. These heavenly quadrants were known as the ‘Four Celestial Palaces’, with each palace represented by a guardian animal with a corresponding colour, element, and virtue.

The coin’s reverse portrays the guardians of the Four Celestial Palaces.

Black Tortoise: (Season) Winter - (Element) Water.
Symbolic of longevity, wisdom, knowledge, and reproduction; with no males, females were said to mate with snakes.

Blue Dragon: (Season) Spring - (Element) Wood
A symbol of supreme power; benevolent, just, and the bringer of wealth and good fortune.

Red Phoenix: (Season) Summer - (Element) Fire
Symbolic of resurrection and immortality; appeared in times of good fortune and believed to bring happiness to the people.

White Tiger: (Season) Autumn - (Element) Metal
The king of all animals and the lord of the mountains; a fierce protector with the power to exorcise evil spirits and grant a good harvest.

Represented in vibrant colour, the four Chinese mythical creatures surround a yin yang symbol at the centre of the antiqued coin’s reverse.
599,00 €
Country: Niue
Year: 2021
Face Value: 1 $
Silver: 99.9%
Weight: 31.1 g
Quality: Proof
Mintage: 1 000 pcs
Antique finish
159,00 €
Coin Year; 2021
Denomination: $1
Finish: Frosted Uncirculated
Diameter: 42.70 mm x 24.70mm
Weight: 1/2oz
Silver: 99,9%
Mintage 10 000

The Tiger is the third of twelve signs in the Chinese Zodiac. According to legend the Jade Emperor invited the animals to race across a swift river, to determine their position in the zodiac. The confident Tiger was a likely contender to win, but kept getting swept downstream by the strong currents. Showing the determination and strength synonymous with those born under the sign, the Tiger finally made it a shore behind the Rat and Ox.
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