2022 Australia 1 oz Gold Lunar Year of the Tiger BU - SKU#241428. Photos in this listing may or may not be stock photos. The photos are meant to be an indication of the product you will receive. Limited mintage of 5,000 coins. Each coin comes in an individual capsule.
Obverse: Features the lunar calendar wheel, with the tiger at the top of the wheel, and the Jody Clark effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Reverse: Features the tiger, walking on pine branches.Also included is the title Year of the Tiger, along with the metal content and purity. Protect your Gold Lunar Year of the Tiger in storage from the adverse effects of moisture in the air by adding these silica gel packets. The Royal Australian Mint has released their third release of a Gold investment bullion coin for the Lunar series, celebrating the start of the new Lunar calendar with the 2022 Year of the Tiger. Add this magnificent 2022 1 oz Gold Lunar Year of the Tiger BU coin to your cart today! Lunar Year of the Tiger The tiger is the third sign of the twelve-year lunar calendar.
People born under this sign are known for being confident, curious, and intelligent. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is one of the well-known people born under the Year of the Tiger.According to legend, the Jade Emperor invited animals to race across a swift river, to determine their position in the zodiac. The confident Tiger was a likely contender to be winner, but kept getting swept downstream. Showing strength with those born under the sign, the Tiger finally made it to shore behind the Rat and the Ox. With this, the Tiger became the third in the zodiac. Royal Australian Mint Royal Australian Mint, located in Canberra, is well-known for their popular releases of Lunar coins, Domed Proof coins, and limited mintage bullion releases in both Silver.
The coins range from themes about history, to astronomy, animals, to the Chinese Zodiac. The Royal Australian Mint also produces the circulating coins for Australia. The Mint was first opened in 1965, and the first mint of the country to not be a branch of the Royal Mint. Before Royal Australian Mint was formed, coins for the country were struck at various branches of the Royal Mint - the Sydney Mint, Melbourne Mint, and The Perth Mint. This is not a photo of the actual item.1,359 Item as described. Rec'd item, looking forward to doing business with again.