• 2021 Somalian Elephant 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin
  • 2021 Queens Beasts White Greyhound 2oz Silver Bullion Coin
  • 2021 Cave Bear Giants of the Ice Age 1oz Silver Bullion Coin
  • 2021 African Lunar Ox 1oz Rwanda Silver Bullion Coin
  • 2021 Australian Great White 1oz Silver Bullion Coin
  • 2021 Queens Beasts White Lion of Mortimer 10oz Silver Bullion Coin
  • 2021 Silver Britannia 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin
  • 2021 Australian Kookaburra 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin
  • 2021 Elton John Music Legends 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

2021 Silver Bullion Coin New Releases

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Presents the 2021 Silver Bullion Coin New releases that will be available on my website in the coming 12 months issued by the various national & Private mints from across the world.

I will add them to this blog with pictures and a brief description as they become available .

You will be able to link directly to the respective Category or coin listings by clicking on the names & Following the Links.

 


African Bullion coins:

 

2021 Somalian Elephant 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Bavarian state mint
Dimensions: 
39mm
Weight (grams): 
31.10300
Fineness: 
999

The Silver Elephant Coin is one of the most fascinating coins in the African Wildlife Coin Series, which commemorates the characteristic fauna of Africa. Minted by the Das Bayerisches Hauptmünzamt Mint in Munich, Germany, the Silver Elephant coins were first issued in 2004. With a denomination of 100 shillings, the German-manufactured 1 oz Silver Elephant Coin has begun to attract attention from coin collectors all over the world.

 

2021 African Lunar Ox 1oz Rwanda Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: BH Mayer’s Mint
Dimensions: 
40.0mmx 3.0mm
Weight (grams): 
31.10300
Fineness: 
999

This is the Fifth coin of the new African Lunar series series released by the BH Mayer’s Mint, packaged in individual plastic wrapping.

Rwandas national coat of arms is found on the reverse side of the 2021 Rwandan Lunar Ox 1 oz Silver Coins. The national seal is found in the center of the design element with a knotted rope around the emblem. The inscriptions on this face of the silver coin include Banki Nkuru Yu Rwanda, Amafaranga Mirongo Itanu, Republika Yu Rwanda, and Ubumwe-Umurimo-Gukunda Igihugu.

The Lunar Ox design is found on the obverse field of 2021 Rwandan Lunar Ox Silver Coins. This image borrows some of the design features used since the program started, with the most visible being the stained glass effect of the designs. These alternating polished and mirrored tiles deliver visual contrast to the ox and its immediate background. The inscriptions on this face of the coin include Lunar Ounce, 2021, 1 oz Fine Silver 999, and the Chinese symbol for the ox around the field. Year of the Ox is engraved within the design field.

 


American Bullion coins:

 


Asian Bullion coins:

 


Australian Bullion Coins:

 

2021 Australian Kookaburra 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Perth Mint
Dimensions: 
40.6mm
Weight (grams): 
31.10300
Fineness: 
999

The Australian Kookaburra coins are available as of 2010 in weights of 1 oz, 10 oz, and 1 Kilo silver each year. Prior to 2010, a 2 oz silver coin had been available from 1992 to 2009. The highest recorded mintages in the 1 oz series occurred between 2011 and 2016 when the coin reached its maximum mintage of 500,000 each year. The reverse side of each coin has a new security feature introduced in 2020 that features a micro-laser engraved letter within the Australian Kookaburra inscription at the top of the design rocker.

 

2021 Australian Great White 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Royal Australian Mint
Dimensions: 40.6 mm
Weight (grams): 31.103
Fineness: 999

The Australias Most Dangerous series of designs from the Royal Australian Mint show off some of the deadliest animal species found on the Australian continent and in the waters that line its coast and crisscross its landmass. Second in the series, and first from beneath the waves, is the Great White Shark.

The obverse of the 2021 Australian Great White Shark 1 oz Silver Coin comes with the sixth-generation bust of Queen Elizabeth II. This design captures the Queen at the age of 89 as she wears the George IV State Diadem Crown. Jody Clark created this effigy of the Queen in right-profile relief in 2015 for the Royal Mint of England and it has been adopted for use on Australian coins as of 2019. Inscriptions on this side of the coin include Elizabeth II, Australia, 2021, and 1 Dollar.

 

2021 Australian year of the Ox 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Perth Mint
Dimensions: 40.6 mm
Weight (grams): 31.103
Fineness: 999

The long-running Australian Lunar Coin Series, first published in 1995 and now in its third cycle, honors the animals of the Chinese zodiac with a catalog of annual designs representing mouse, wolf, tiger, rabbit, lizard, snake, horse, donkey, monkey, rooster, dog and pig. These 2021 coins are honoring the Year of the Ox, which is the second in the 12-year lunar cycle is said to apply to people born in 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, and 2021.

This coin also comes in: 2021 Australian year of the Ox 1/2 ounce Silver Bullion Coin  &  2021 Australian 2oz year of the Ox Silver Bullion Coin

 


British Bullion Coins

 

2021 Elton John Music Legends 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Royal Mint
Dimensions:
38.6 mm x 2.3mm
Weight (grams):
31.1
Fineness:
999

This new series from The Royal Mint celebrates British Music Legends. The first bullion release features the iconic rock band, Queen, with a design approved by Roger Taylor & Brian May. This coin has a limited mintage of only 25,000!

Elton John was born in London in 1942. He was born Reginald Kenneth Dwight but legally changed his name in 1972 to Elton Hercules John. He did this as he didn’t like the name ‘Reginald’ and saw the change as a way to disassociate himself from his childhood.

John was born musically gifted; he taught himself piano at the age of 3 and started piano lessons when he was just 7. By 15 he was working as a pianist at a pub.

His long-time collaboration with lyricist Bernie Taupin has spawned such hits as Candle in the Wind, Rocket Man, Tiny Dancer, I’m Still Standing and Your Song.

The singer-songwriter has released 33 studio albums, 128 official singles, and sold over 300 million records worldwide.

 

2021 Silver Britannia 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Royal Mint
Dimensions:
 38.6 mm x 2.3mm
Weight (grams): 
31.1
Fineness: 
999

The reverse features Britannia; a human depiction of Britain from the Roman era. The coin shows her with a trident, and has a new background effect to mimic waves which doubles as an anti-counterfeit measure.

The obverse side of the coin bears Her Majesty The Queen’s portrait, as created by Jody Clark and introduced in 2015. The Queen is wearing the King George IV State Diadem – the crown worn for the State Opening of Parliament – as well as special Diamond Jubilee drop pearl earrings.

New for 2021, the Britannia incorporates new security features including a latent image, surface animation, tincture lines, and micro text incorporated into the image of Britannia.

 

2021 Queens Beasts White Lion of Mortimer 10oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Royal Mint
Dimensions:
 89.15 mm
Weight (grams): 
311.03
Fineness: 
999

The 2021 UK Queen’s Beasts White Lion of Mortimer 10 oz Silver Coin is the eighth release from the exclusive Royal Mint bullion range, featuring an original reverse design. The coin’s reverse features a stylised version of the White Lion of Mortimer, holding a shield. The year-date and ‘White Lion of Mortimer’ also feature.

This ten ounce silver bullion coin is the Eighth addition to The Queen’s Beasts bullion range. Inspired by ancient symbols of power and identity, the range brings to life the ten imposing statues that lined the entrance to Westminster Abbey in 1953 at the coronation of Her Majesty The Queen.

The White Lion of Mortimer was inherited by The Queen from Edward IV who inherited the creature from his grandmother, heiress of the Mortimers. Edward sometimes used the White Lion as a supporter of his Royal Arms.

 

2021 Queens Beasts White Greyhound 2oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Royal Mint
Dimensions:
 38.6 mm
Weight (grams): 
62.42
Fineness: 
999

The White Greyhound of Richmond is the last release in the collection.

In 1449, Henry VI granted the earldom of Richmond to his half-brother Edmund Tudor. With this grant, Edmund received Henry’s permission to use a particular version of the Royal Arms featuring a white greyhound as a heraldic supporter. Edmund’s only son would become Henry VII when he defeated Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485. The greyhound expressed both his Tudor and Lancastrian ancestry, through which he claimed the throne.

The shield the white greyhound is clutching shows the Tudor rose. Combining the red rose of Lancaster and the white rose of York, it symbolises how Henry VII united these warring houses, ending the Wars of the Roses. Artist Jody Clark captures the greyhound’s nobility, as well as its power and elegance. Featuring a secure chainmail background, the realism of the White Greyhound of Richmond is displayed to its fullest.

 

 


Canadian Bullion Coins:

 


European Bullion Coins:

 

2021 Cave Bear Giants of the Ice Age 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Leipziger Edelmetallvararbeitung
Dimensions: 38.6mm
Weight (grams): 
31.10300
Fineness: 
999
Mintage: 15000

Fourth edition of a new series “THE GIANTS OF THE ICE AGE”. The entire series consists of eight animals in a period of 4 years. The worldwide circulation of only 15,000. The coins are individually delivered in a capsule.
New Series – Giants of the Ice Age

The cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) was a species of bear that lived in Europe and Asia during the Pleistocene and became extinct about 24,000 years ago during the Last Glacial Maximum.

 

 


Mexican Bullion Coins:

 


New Zealand Bullion Coins:

 


 

More coins will be added as they become available

If you have any questions you can ring me on Tel: 0191 2099300 or email me at martin@silvertrader.uk
Sincerely Martin


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