Featured ACTV Items – International Mint Coins
2012 Chinese Fan Dragon - 1 Ounce Silver
Minted in 1 ounce of silver, the 2012 Chinese Dragon Silver Fan coins are part of the Lunar series which began in 1981. Commemorating 2012, the Year of the Dragon, this stunning coin has an extremely low mintage of only 80,000 coins! With a fan shape and stunning dragon design, this coin comes in its original mint packaging with a certificate of authenticity from the Chinese Mint! With a face value of 10 Yuan, this is a highly collectible international coin that has striking beauty, and would be a wonderful addition to any collection.
2012 Somalia Elephant - Silver, NGC MS69, Gilded
This exciting 2012 1 ounce gilded Somalia Silver Elephant Coin from the African Wildlife Coin Series is graded MS69 by NGC! Depicting one of the most symbolic animals on the continent of Africa, these coins were minted in Germany. This coin has a face value of 100 shillings and is struck in .999 fine Silver. These stunning African Elephant coins feature a gilded reverse! With only 26 grading at the MS69 level and none grading higher, this is a truly stunning international coin. With an incredibly small mintage of only 3,000, this is truly a coin that should not be missed! One of the lowest minted we have ever offered!
2010 Australian Kangaroo - 1 Ounce Silver, Proof
Struck by the Perth Mint in 99.9% Pure Silver proof Quality, these stunning 2010 Australian 1 ounce Silver Kangaroos are minted in proof high relief! The coin’s reverse depicts two boxing kangaroos! This coin is a piedfort which is a coin struck on a double thick planchet with a smaller diameter which gives a stunning look! 2010 is the key date in the Peidfort series as it’s the first coin. The coin comes in its original mint packaging with a numbered certificate of authenticity from the Perth Mint! With a mintage of only 20,000, these Australian coins are true collector’s pieces!
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