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Twelve Heavenly Generals in the Chinese Zodiac - Bhaisajyaguru VS Rabbit -Samoa 1$ 2023 copper coin, 45 g

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Face value: Samoa 1$
Weight: 40gr
Diameter: 40 mm
Mintage: 6666

Proof copper coin with partial gold plating

In East Asian Buddhism, the Twelve Heavenly Generals or Twelve Divine Generals are the protective deities, or yaksha, of Bhaisajyaguru, the buddha of healing. They are introduced in the Bhai?ajyaguruvaiduryaprabharaja Sutra. They are collectively named Shí'èr Shén Jiang Mahala--Honji to this General is Bhaisajyaguru, It is the protective deity of zodiac rabbit.
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Face value: 0.2 $
Issuing country: Samoa
Weight: 25 g
Diameter: 40 mm

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Face value: 0.2 $
Issuing country: Samoa
Weight: 25 g
Diameter: 40 mm

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Silver: 99.99%
Nominal value 4 TVD
Weight: 124,428 g
Dimensions: 67 mm
Maximum Mintage 1500
Coin Finish Proof


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The coloured artistry of each contemporary coin seamlessly blends to create a harmonious and pleasing panorama featuring rabbits in a countryside setting. The top coin depicts two rabbits bounding under cherry blossom; the right-hand coin depicts an upright rabbit among cabbages and sunflowers; the bottom coin depicts a doe and two kittens near their burrow with daisies and a cabbage; the left-hand coin depicts a rabbit crouching among nasturtiums and daisies. Included on each of the four coins is The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark.
Accompanied by a numbered certificate of authenticity, the set is housed in a classic display case and superbly illustrated shipper.
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Quality: Special Uncirculated
Face Value: 5 Euro
Diameter: 28,5 mm
Copper: 99,9%
Total Weight: 8,5 g
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Face value: Samoa 1$
Weight: 40gr
Diameter: 40 mm
Mintage: 6666

Proof copper coin with partial gold plating

In East Asian Buddhism, the Twelve Heavenly Generals or Twelve Divine Generals are the protective deities.
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