Monday, November 12, 2012

1oz New Zealand Kiwi Silver Coin

2012 1oz New Zealand Kiwi - Specimen Coin



2012 1oz New Zealand Kiwi - Proof Coin


2011 1oz New Zealand Kiwi - Proof Coin


1oz New Zealand Kiwi Silver Coin

The New Zealand Kiwi 1oz silver coin is a coin that excels in design. The reverse is realized in three-dimensional relief and depicts two famous New Zealander symbols: the kiwi realized with a frost effect and which gives the name of the coin and implicitly of this series started in 2012 and the kowhai branches which have been realized with a polished effect.

It is a design beautiful in its simplicity and due to its highly technologized effects. The only inscription found on the reverse of the New Zealand Kiwi 1oz silver coin is the $1 denomination. The obverse of the New Zealand Kiwi 1oz silver coin illustrates the engraver of Queen Elizabeth II designed by Ian Rank-Broadley, which has his initials engraved under the neck of Her Majesty. Other inscriptions are NEW ZEALAND the issuing country, 2012 the minting year, and ELIZABETH II.

The kiwi silver coins is known for its extremely limited mintage. With such a low number of coins issued the premium is highly to increase rapidly. Therefore, the New Zealand Kiwi 1oz silver coin from 2012 should be a priority for many investors and collectors worldwide. Collectors should take advantage while the New Zealand Kiwi 1oz silver coin is at an affordable price in order to acquire this first bullion coin in Brilliant Uncirculated condition from the Kiwi Treasures series.

Specification:
1 Ounce Pure Silver (999)
Face Value: NZD $1
Diameter: 40 mm
Mint: BH Mayer's Kunstprageanstalt GmbH

Mintage: 
2011 Proof Coin        :   7,500 (comes with numbered certificate of authenticity and box packaging)
2012 Proof Coin        :   5,000 (comes with numbered certificate of authenticity and box packaging)
2012 Specimen Coin : 13,500 (comes with postcard packaging)


For more info / pricing: 
SMS: 012-211 2922
  EMAIL: silverbullioncoin@gmail.com

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