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2021 Australian Silver Platypus 1.5oz Silver Bullion Coin

2021 Silver Bullion Coin New Releases

2021 Silver Bullion Coin New Releases

Silver Trader

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 Cameroon Mandrill 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Scottsdale Mint
Dimensions:
38.6mmx 3.2mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999
Mintage: 10,000

Mandrills are one of the more popular monkeys thanks to their stunning red noses and blue-colored cheeks. They also have prominent brows, long muzzles, and shimmering fur, which gives them a rather intimidating appearance. However, Mandrills are actually considered quite friendly. Even when they bare their enormous teeth at you, this is likely an act of affection rather than hostility. That said, one should always exercise caution around them since they are, after all, the largest monkeys on the planet.

Scottsdale Mint opened in 2009 as a silver reseller in Scottsdale, Arizona. The following year, CEO Josh Phair expanded the company to include a mint division. Scottsdale started with their popular stacker silver bar, and then within a year, they were also producing gold bullion coins. Today, Scottsdale Mint produces an enormous array of rounds, bars, and coins, including legal tender products for over 20 countries.

Obverse

On the obverse face of 2021 Mandrill 1 oz Silver Coin you will see the official Cameroon coat of arms. Above the arms is the motto Paix, Travail, Patrie, and below is the English version Peace, Work, Fatherland. You will also find inscriptions on the obverse that read REPUBLIQUE DU CAMEROUN, 2021, 500 FRANCS CFA.

Reverse

The reverse of 2021 Cameroon Mandrill Coins contains a Mandrill in a tree. This beautiful design gives you a great look at the full body of the monkey as it rests on a limb and gazes off into the distance. Youll also see inscriptions on the reverse that read MANDRILL, .999 1 OUNCE FINE SILVER.

 

2021 South African Elephant Big Five Series2 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: South African Mint
Dimensions:
38.7mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999
Mintage: 15,000

With the release of the Big Five II Series, the South African Mint continues the success story of a coveted classic. Once again,

The Series includes a total of five coins, all dedicated to South Africa’s impressive wildlife. The animals known as the “Big Five” – Elephant – Lion – Buffalo – Rhino – Leopard – are considered emblems and ambassadors of this culturally rich country and represent the African fauna. The first issue is dedicated to the Elephant. The motive of the silver coin shows a detailed close-up of the head of an adult elephant. The inscriptions “SOUTH AFRICA”, “BIG FIVE 2021” and the South African coat of arms are also part of the design.

 

2021 Rwanda Sedov 100 Year Nautical Series 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Nautical Ounce Series issued on behalf of the Central Bank of Rwanda is a beautiful collection with a common reverse and changing obverse designs. The series launched in 2017 and features images of different sailing vessels that played critical roles in human history. Today, you have the opportunity to get 2021 Rwandan Sedov Nautical Ounce 1 oz Silver Coins online at Provident Metals.

The STS Sedov is the youngest ship to feature in the Rwandan Nautical Ounce Series to date. Launched in 2017, the series has so far featured sailing vessels from bygone eras of human history. Examples of those ships include the Santa Maria from Christopher Columbus voyage to the New World, the HMS Endeavor that famously served the Royal Navy in the 18th century, the Victoria used by Ferdinand Magellan, and the Mayflower, the ship that brought the Pilgrims to the New World.

Obverse

For the obverse design of 2021 Rwandan Sedov Nautical Ounce 1 oz Silver Coins, the mint features a depiction of the STS Sedov sailing along the waters of the sea. The STS Sedov is a steel barque with four masts and was the first sailing vessel in the world to be built with an auxiliary engine for supplemental power. Inscriptions on this face of the coin read NAUTICAL OUNCE, 2021, 1 OZ FINE SILVER 999, and SEDOV.

Reverse

In the reverse field of the 2021 Rwandan Sedov Nautical Ounce Silver Coin, you will find the Rwandan national seal. The nations coat of arms comes with a sun above a traditional woven basket and traditional warrior shields flanking the design. The basket comes with coffee and sorghum branches on either side. The inscriptions on this face of the coin include BANKI NKURU YU RWANDA, REPUBLIKA YU RWANDA, AMAFARANGA, MIRONGO ITANU, and 50.

 

2021 African Wildlife Leopard Somalian 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The fourth debut from Somalia, the African Wildlife Series “Leopard”. This new series will appear with an annually changing motive. This beautiful coin was struck from one ounce of pure silver in uncirculated quality. The reverse features a full image of a leopard standing on a tree branch. In the background is a natural setting of a rocky landscape. The obverse displays the Somalian Coat of Arms with two Leopards on it. Leopards are graceful and powerful big cats. They are the fourth largest cats in the world after Tiger, Lion and Jaguar. No other big cat climbs so high and is as tall as the leopard. In order to protect his prey against predators, he often stores his prey on branch forks. The coins will be delivered in capsules. The mintage is limited to 30,000 pieces worldwide.

 

2021 South African Buffalo Big 5 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: South African Mint
Dimensions:
38.7mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999
Mintage: 15,000

The South African Mint is very pleased to announce the fifth and final release of this remarkable 5-coin series. Each of the coin releases feature one of the five most widely known African animals. With this final release, the Big Five series has now featured the African elephant, lion, rhino, leopard, and finally, the buffalo. Each coin is struck in .999 fine silver BU. This highly unique series is absolutely a must-have for fine bullion collectors

Originally, Big Five was associated with the five most difficult and dangerous animals to hunt on foot. The term is now used to describe the five African animals that are considered must-see, each magnificently impressive. Tourists fortunate enough to view them in their natural habitat report that it is one of their most exciting memories. Sadly, these five animals are endangered. However, it is hoped that this series of bullion coins will help bring greater attention to their plight.

Currently, nature reserves are being set up all over Africa, providing these animals a safe habitat in which to live and thrive. Hopefully, through these and other efforts, generations to come will continue to enjoy the ability to observe and appreciate these animals in their natural habitat.

 

2021 South African Krugerrand 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: South African Mint
Dimensions:
38.7mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The 2021 Krugerrand continues this legendary tradition in a new metal. Much like its gold sibling, the Silver Krugerrand offers investors a great way to own low-premium bullion. Whereas the 2017 Silver Krugerrand was marketed as a higher-premium collector coin, the 2021 as was the 2018, 2019 & 2020 editions were priced at a slim margin over melt. Its market premium is comparable to the Silver Maple Leaf, Britannia, Kangaroo, and Philharmonic. Unlike the other sovereign coins in its class, however, the Krugerrand offers multi-generational demand and recognition. Gold investors have turned to the Krugerrand for over 50 years; now they can own this trusted coin in silver too.

The 2021 1 oz Silver Krugerrand also features its face value as part of the obverse design. The original reverse design of a leaping springbok antelope is also sharper and more defined thanks to the latest computer technology and laser etching techniques. The obverse of this prestigious 2021 silver coin features the well-known portrait of Paul Kruger by Otto Schultz.

 

The 2021 African Okapi 1 oz Rwanda Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Rwandan African Ounce Series comes with fresh design features on the reverse field each year. One element of the design is the same each year, that of the African continent in the center of the design field. This appears in each year, but in the lower-left field, the coins have a depiction of different animals native to the African continent.

Rwandas national coat of arms is found on the obverse field of 2021 Proof Rwandan Okapi 1 oz Silver Coins. The design features a woven basket at the center, with a coffee branch and a sorghum branch on either side immediately near the basket. Above the basket is a sun, with a cogwheel below the basket. This is all encircled by a rope that is tied in a knot at the bottom. There are banners included that read Republika Yu Rwanda above and Ubumwe Umurimo Gukunda Igihugu below. Other inscriptions in the native Kinyarwanda tongue on this face of the coin include Banki Nkuru Yu Rwanda and Amafaranga 50 Mirongo Itanu.

 

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:

 

2021 Samoa Seahorse 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Scottsdale Mint
Dimensions:
38.6mmx 3.2mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999
Mintage: 10,000

2021 marks the fourth year of release for the Samoan Seahorse coin collection manufactured and distributed by the Scottsdale Mint. Each year, this series has featured the image of a seahorse, one of the most majestic creatures of the ocean. The seahorse is the perfect symbol to represent the island nation of Samoa and to highlight the seahorses natural habitat.

The seahorse is a creature thats known to capture the fascination of many. The image featured on the 2021 coin works to highlight the sea creature and its natural environment. Seahorses are known for drifting peacefully through the water, especially near coral reefs in the South Pacific. Samoa is an island nation that serves as the perfect habitat for seahorses. The 2021 Samoa Seahorse 1 oz Silver Coin BU offers a special representation of this island and is minted in 99.9% fine silver with a limited mintage of 15,000 coins.

Obverse

The obverse of the 2021 Samoa Seahorse 1 oz Silver Coin BU features an image of the Samoan crest. A beaded bank marks the edge of the coin and surrounds the crest. The obverse of the 2021 coin shows the release year, purity, and weight of the coin, along with two inscriptions of SAMOA and 2 TALA.

Reverse

On the reverse of the 2021 Samoa Seahorse 1 oz Silver Coin BU is the picture of a seahorse swimming through the South Pacific. Its natural habitat of the coral reef surrounds the seahorse in the water. This coin features the finest detail imaginable by showing the markings on the seahorse.

 

2021 Steve McQueen King of Cool 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Apmex
Dimensions:
39mm
Weight (grams):
31.1
Fineness:
999

This premium bullion coin was struck from one ounce of 99.9% silver and commemorates Steve McQueen – one of the most charismatic cinema heroes that the film industry has produced.

Steve McQueen was one of the most renowned film actors of the 1960s and 1970s. He became famous for his leading role in the 1958 science fiction film “The Blob”, which was followed by other engagements, including the successful productions “The Magnificent Seven”, “Broken Chains” and “Cincinnati Kid”, which made him known to a wide audience. McQueen was characterised by his rugged looks and casual demeanour. Also characteristic was his great fondness for motorcycles and for exotic and fast cars. Steve McQueen passed away on November 7, 1980 at the age of 50.

Samoa
The country of issue, Samoa is located in the South Pacific and is an island nation. The population is approximately 185,000 but many of them live in New Zealand, Australia and California. The Samoan way dates back more than 3,000 years and is still present today. Samoa is known for its natural beauty, hospitality and a place for adventures.

The obverse: of the coin features the crowned mature head of Queen Elizabeth II facing right (her effigy known as the “Fourth Portrait”, by Ian Rank-Broadley). The Queen wears the “Girls of Great Britain and Ireland” diamond tiara, a wedding gift from Queen Mary (Her Majesty’s grandmother) in 1947 – which she also has on the Machin and the Gottwald portraits.

The reverse: of the coin features Steve McQueen in two different representations. The right half of the coin shows the actor in side profile; below left, he is shown pushing his motorcycle. Above left, the inscription the King of Cool, which was his nickname, below which his initials

 

2021 Shrek Christmas Dreamworks 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Sunshine Mint
Dimensions:
34.6mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

Shrek debuted in 2001 as one of the first computer-animated comedy films set in a fantasy universe. The film focused on the green ogre known as Shrek and was somewhat based on a 1990 fairy tale book written by William Steig with the same title. The film included the talented voicing of actors like Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, and John Lithgow for the major characters in the film.

As the franchise continued with future films in 2004, 2007, and 2010, more characters were added to the franchise and other characters, like Donkey, were expanded upon with greater roles than the original films. In this silver coin design, you will find three of the main characters from the franchise coming together to celebrate Christmas.

 

2021 Quetzalcoatlus Prehistoric Life Congo 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Scottsdale Mint
Dimensions:
38.6mmx 3.2mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999
Mintage: 10,000

The sixth issue of the Series Prehistoric Life from the Congo is dedicated to the Quetzalcoatlus. The motive of the premium bullion coin, struck from one ounce of 99.99% pure silver, depicts the Quetzalcoatlus in flight. A mountainous landscape with other individuals is depicted in the background. Above his spread wings are the inscriptions “PREHISTORIC LIFE”, “QUETZALCOATLUS”, “72 – 66 MIO YEARS BC” and the year of issue 2021. The reverse features the coat of arms of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The Quetzalcoatlus belongs to the genus of pterosaurs and was one of the largest flying animals in the history of the Earth. It lived in the late Upper Cretaceous in North America and could reach a wingspan from 11 to 13 meters. The pterosaur’s hollow bones allowed it to be relatively light. Among researchers, it is believed that the weight was about only 70 to 200 kilograms. Although they lived together with the dinosaurs, the appearance of a Quetzalcoatlus is often compared to a feathered snake.

 

2021 Alien Republic of Ghana 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Scottsdale Mint
Dimensions:
38.6mm
Weight (grams):
31.103
Fineness:
999

The 2021 Ghana Alien includes an Alien a staring ET and space rockets launching behind him. It’s released as governments around the world begin soft disclosures including UFO videos and unexplained NASA findings.

Scottsdale Mint is excited to announce the latest from our mint, the 2021 Ghana Alien 5 Coin Program.

The possibility of extraterrestrials visiting earth has always captured our imagination. From books and movies, to homemade videos and rumors, there’s widespread excitement surrounding the possibility of otherworldly beings.

NASA just recently released footage of UFOs and people are hearing strange noises all over the world. What if there were visiting creatures from space that wanted to trade? What would they use for currency?

 

2021 American Eagle Type 2 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: US Mint
Dimensions:
40.6mmx 2.98mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The redesign of the American Silver Eagle coin took several months across 2020 for the US Mint to narrow down. The original list of possible designs considered by coinage groups and the US Mint included some 35 different designs. In the end, a new depiction of the American bald eagle in its natural element was chosen to replace John Mercantis heraldic eagle. Emily Damstra is the designer of the new reverse image for the collection. The enhanced image of Walking Liberty on the obverse includes the reintroduction of Adolph A. Weinman’s artistic signature mark on the field, bringing the modern design closer to the original 1916 image.

The obverse side of the 2021 American Silver Eagle Type 2 Coin features the Walking Liberty design from Adolph A. Weinman. This design was first developed in 1916 and originally used on the US Mints half dollar. The image shows Liberty in left-profile relief walking toward the sun on the horizon. Beneath the “TR” in the inscription of “In God We Trust” is where you will find Weinman’s signature mark consisting of his “AW” initials.

On the reverse field of 2021 1 oz Silver Eagle Type 2 Coins is a new depiction of the American bald eagle. Now featured in a more life-like design, the American bald eagle swoops down into view with its wings flexed behind its back and a large oak branch in its talons. Emily Damstra chose to include an oak branch with the eagle as the oak is the national tree of the United States and is a well-known symbol of strength.

 

2021 St Helena Una and the Lion Restrike 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Una is a beautiful princess who’s parents and kingdom are captured by a ferocious dragon. She sets out on a quest to free them from the dragon’s clutches, taking her on an epic journey of battles, adventure, and romance. During her quest, she faces many challenges that test her humility and determination, including being confronted by a fierce lion. The lion is so taken by her beauty and purity that he abandons his attack on her, becoming her protector and loyal companion.

Una enlists the help of a knight to help her slay the Dragon. Steadfast and true to her cause, Una’s virtues inspire the knight to slay the dragon and fulfil his destiny as the hero St George, the patron saint of England. This epic tale is the creation of celebrated English poet Edmund Spencer. Written in 1590 the story of Una and the Lion has stood the test of time to become a symbol of beauty, strength, honor, and endurance.

Queen Elizabeth II is featured on the obverse side of the 2021 St. Helena Silver Una and the Lion Coin. Her Majesty is shown here in the right-profile portrait created for the Royal Mint of England in 2015. It began debuting on British coins in 2016 and has been adapted for use on coinage throughout the Commonwealth and territories of England.

A powerful new depiction of Una and the Lion is shown on the reverse field of 2021 1 oz St. Helena Silver Una and the Lion Coins. This depiction of poetic duo depicts Una standing beside a powerful, roaring lion as she clutches a spear in her left hand. The name of the design, weight, purity, metal content, and date all feature on this side of the coin.

 

2021 Archaeopteryx Prehistoric Life Congo 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Scottsdale Mint
Dimensions:
38.6mmx 3.2mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999
Mintage: 10,000

The fifth issue of the Series Prehistoric Life from the Congo is dedicated to the Archaeopteryx (Archaeopteryx lithographica). The motive of the premium bullion coin, struck from one ounce of 99.99% pure silver, depicts the prehistoric bird holding on to a branch with its claws. Above his spread wings are the inscriptions “PREHISTORIC LIFE”, “ARCHAEOPTERYX”, “152 – 145 MIO YEARS BC” and the year of issue 2021. The reverse features the coat of arms of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Archaeopteryx is the extinct representative of the primordial birds and lived on Earth about 150 million years ago in the Upper Jurassic period. Its name originates from ancient Greek and translates as “old feather” or “old wing”. The ancestral bird is comparable in size to a pigeon, researchers suspect a wingspan of about 50 centimeters and a body weight of no more than 500 grams. Until today, there is a disagreement about the flying skills of Archaeopteryx. It is assumed that he moved mainly on the ground by fast hopping and only occasionally took off into the air.

  • Obverse: Depicts the Democratic Republic of Congo coat of arms and the denomination. Included is the year of issue, face value, fineness and weight.
  • Reverse: Depicted perched on a branch and surveying his territory perhaps, it’s a great way to show of this remarkable creature in all its glory. Like the previous entrants in this series, there’s a title and timeline border that frames the art on both silver coins.

2021 Godzilla Niue New Zealand 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Apmex
Dimensions:
39mm
Weight (grams):
31.1
Fineness:
999

Celebrate the Godzilla vs. Kong movie with this Silver BU coin featuring Godzilla . Directed by Adam Wingard, legends collide in Godzilla Vs. Kong as these colossal adversaries meet in a spectacular battle for the ages. Godzilla Vs. Kong is a sequel to Godzilla: King of the Monsters and Kong: Skull Island. Godzilla Vs. Kong marks the 36th film in the Godzilla franchise and the 12th film in the King Kong franchise. After being delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Godzilla Vs. Kong has a theatrical release of March 31, 2021, where it will be available in theaters and on HBO Max. There is an extremely limited mintage of 25,000 coins.

 

2021 King Kong Niue New Zealand 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Apmex
Dimensions:
39mm
Weight (grams):
31.1
Fineness:
999

Celebrate the Godzilla vs. Kong movie with this Silver BU coin featuring King Kong . Directed by Adam Wingard, legends collide in Godzilla Vs. Kong as these colossal adversaries meet in a spectacular battle for the ages. Godzilla Vs. Kong is a sequel to Godzilla: King of the Monsters and Kong: Skull Island. Godzilla Vs. Kong marks the 36th film in the Godzilla franchise and the 12th film in the King Kong franchise. After being delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Godzilla Vs. Kong has a theatrical release of March 31, 2021, where it will be available in theaters and on HBO Max. There is an extremely limited mintage of 25,000 coins.

 

2021 Number PI Solomon Islands 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Apmex
Dimensions:
38.6mm
Weight (grams):
31.1
Fineness:
999

This Silver coin is dedicated to a very important mathematical constant – the calculation of the number Pi.

The number p is a mathematical constant. Originally defined as the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, it now has various equivalent definitions and appears in many formulas in all areas of mathematics and physics. It is approximately equal to 3.14159. It has been represented by the Greek letter “p” since the mid-18th century, though it is also sometimes spelled out as “pi”. It is also called Archimedes’ constant.

  • Obverse: Features a portrait of Archimedes, one of the major contributors of the value of pi. Pi is also called Archimedes’ constant. Near the bottom of the coin is the symbol for pi along with the face value of 3.14 dollars, the image gives you the impression Archimedes is holding this symbol. The background has the pattern of some of the digits of pi.
  • Reverse: Displays the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the inscriptions include the country of issue, face value, year of issue and the weight and fineness of the coin.

Limited to 5000 mintage

 

2021 Wooly Mammoth Prehistoric Life Congo 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Scottsdale Mint
Dimensions:
38.6mmx 3.2mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999
Mintage: 10,000

The fourth issue of the series Prehistoric Life from the Congo moves forward in time and this issue is dedicated to the wooly mammoth which lived in the Old and Middle Pleistocene – about 800,000 to 600,000 years ago.  The mammoth was mainly found in Siberia, northern Eurasia, and North America. The widespread distribution of wooly mammoths was accompanied by numerous finds of skeletons and mummified carcasses, so that the appearance and lifestyle of the prehistoric giants could be reconstructed very comprehensively. Male specimens reached an average shoulder height of 2.7 to 3.4 meters and a considerable weight of up to 8 tons. The name of the wooly mammoth derived from its fur, the hair of which could grow up to 90 cm long.

 

2021 Tree of Life 1 ounce Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
Dimensions:
39mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The intricately designed obverse depicts The Tree of Life As a Young Almond Tree Blossoming with New Shoots In Early Spring. The Inscription Reads in Hebrew for Yahweh – The Memorial Name of the One Who Gives True Life. Also, note the extremely unique radial lines that swirl around TH tree. This is sure to thrill any investor looking for that one-of-a-kind look.

State of the Art Microengraving, visible under magnification with instruments such as a coin loupe, can be seen in the tree trunk of The Tree of Life. The engraving reads: “You Shall Know The Truth”

The obverse features the Tree of Life with this year’s micro-engraved truth on the lower left branch. You may need to use a magnification tool such as a coin loupe to see the truth which reads “FOR THE CAUSE OF TRUTH AND MEEKNESS AND RIGHTEOUSNESS.” Each year of the coin features its own unique truth. There is an inscription below the tree that reads ה ו ה י – Hebrew for Yahweh – The Memorial Name of the One Who Gives True Life. The coin’s weight and purity are also minted on this side along the right side of the coin.

Since the Truth Series coins are backed by the New Zealand government, the reverse features the right-facing portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Also minted on this side is “ELIZABETH II”, “NIUE”, “TWO DOLLARS”, and “2020”.

 

The 2021 The Queen’s Virtues Victory 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: SilverTowne Mint
Dimensions:
39mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The Queen’s Virtues are the principles founded by Queen Victoria and carried forward by Queen Elizabeth II. The core virtues are Victory, Truth, Justice, Charity, Courage and Constancy. The Queen’s six virtues were first presented on the Victoria Memorial, situated outside of Buckingham Palace.

The first coin in this new series represents Victory, one of the most prominent virtues a Monarch can hold. Victory is a key element in both Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II’s reign. Victory signals the end of the conflict and a celebration of peace. The Queen as Sovereign is Head of the Armed Forces and is still the only person able to formally declare war and more criucially, an end to conflict.

 

The 2021 American Eagle 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: US Mint
Dimensions:
40.6mmx 2.98mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The official U.S. 1 ounce silver bullion coin are among the best known 1 ounce silver bullion coins on the market today.
Minted by the United States starting in 1986, the 1 ounce pure silver coin has its weight and purity certified by the US Mint.
The obverse design features a rendition of Walking Liberty by Adolph Weinman and the reverse, designed by John Mercanti, features an eagle with shield and thirteen five-pointed stars.

 

The 2021 Roaring Lion of Judah 1 ounce Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Sunshine Mint
Dimensions:
39mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The Lion of Judah is the symbol of the Hebrew tribe of Judah (the Jewish tribe). According to the Torah, the tribe consists of the descendants of Judah, the fourth son of Jacob. The association between Judah and the lion, most likely the Asiatic lion, can first be found in the blessing given by Jacob to his son Judah in the Book of Genesis.

The Lion of Judah is also mentioned in the Book of Revelation, as a term representing Jesus, according to Christian theology. The lion of Judah was also one of the titles of the Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie and was depicted on the flag of Ethiopia from 1897-1974. Due to its association with Selassie, it continues to be an important symbol among members of the Rastafari movement.

 

 


Asian Bullion coins:

 

2021 South Korea Chiwoo Cheonwang 1 ounce Silver Bullion Medal

Manufacturer: Komsco
Dimensions:
40.0mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The 2021 release features an all-new, one-year-only design struck in a full ounce of highly pure 99.9% silver. It depicts Chiwoo Cheonwang, South Korea’s legendary God of War madly thumping a traditional battle drum amid a host of soldiers on horseback riding past in the background. Cheonwang’s cape has been caught by the wind and majestically float above him to form a backdrop for the name of the series, “CHIWOO CHEONWANG” to be engraved along the rim of the coin. You’ll also want to look closely at the war drum where you’ll see an image of Dokkaebi, a supernatural goblin. That same design appears on Cheonwang’s left shoulder and is repeated on the medal’s obverse.

Chiwoo Cheonwang upon whose life these designs are based on, is the symbol of victory in Korean history and folklore. In battle, he wore a demonic mask that obscured his face and terrified his enemies. Combined with his ability to cast magic spells and control the weather, Chiwoo Cheonwang fought a series of epic battles against China’s Yellow Emperor more than 4,500 years ago. Today his mask serves as the mascot for South Korea’s national soccer team, the Red Devils.

  • Obverse: 2021 continues with the 2020 version of the gwi-myeon-wa, the shield of Chiwoo Cheonwang. The design features stronger facial features as well as two large bull horns. This grinning gi-wa design is owned by the Gyeongju National Museum of the Republic of Korea. Design also incorporates a lenticular security feature.
  • Reverse: Depicts the great Chiwoo Cheonwang in full battle dress beating on a traditional war drum with such fierceness that lightning bolts shoot out amid his soldiers on horseback.

2021 South Korea Zi Sin Taurus 1 ounce Silver Bullion Medal

Manufacturer: Komsco
Dimensions:
40.0mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The Zi:Sin series is back for its 5th release, this time featuring the Guardian known as Taurus. Zi:Sin are twelve Guardians from Korean mythology. Inspired by the lunar calendar, they are tasked with protecting against evil forces from twelve different directions. Taurus is not only the guardian of peace, but also the God of War.

The Zi:Sin series from KOMSCO offers an intriguing twist on well-known lunar calendar coins. Rather than offer twelve animals representing each month, the series turns to Korean lore and presents the 12 Guardians. According to myth, there are evil forces from twelve directions on the lunar calendar wheel. The Guardians are divinely ordained protectors against these dangerous forces lurking around us. There are 12 Guardians in total, each one representing an animal on the lunar calendar.

Each Guardian is assigned with unique powers to help in the fight of good versus evil. While Taurus is known to defend peace, he is also the God of War. As such, he is a large, striking presence. He is seen forging a sword, signaling both skill and preparedness. There is little doubt encroaching evil forces will cower in fright in the presence of such an imposing figure.

2021 South Korean Taurus Silver Medals arrive to you in brilliant uncirculated condition. All medals come in individual plastic capsules.

The obverse of the 2021 1 oz Zi:Sin Taurus Silver Medal features the Doggaebi, a mythical creature in Korean lore that fends off dark spirits. The design is based on a famous tile found in the ancient Korean kingdom of Silla. On the border of the coin are the weight, purity, date, and country. KOMSCO is spelled out at the bottom of the medal. Also, rather than 1 Troy oz, the medal says 1 Clay. This is simply a measurement from the mint that is the equivalent of a Troy oz.

The reverse features the guardian Taurus front and center. Taurus has flowing hair and is seen forging a sword. This suggests both his warrior ethos and that he is primed for battle. He appears poised and ready to ward off any evil spirits that dare approach. On the border of the medal are the words Zi:Sin Taurus.

 

2021 Bhutan Lunar Ox 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Singapore Mint
Dimensions:
40.07mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The Kingdom of Bhutan proudly issues the inaugural Blessings of Happiness Lunar Coin Collection – The Bhutan Lunar and Attraction series (2016-2027), exclusively minted and marketed by The Singapore Mint. Apart from the proof coin series, the Singapore Mint is producing the bullion coin for this year’s main character – the lunar Ox.

The obverse design combines traditional and modern art styles – echoing Bhutan’s current modernization policy, where they strike a balance between modernization and staying true to their traditions and roots. Decorated with a large bloom to signify everlasting prosperity, the jovial ox is artistically designed to reflect the beauty of the evergreen Kingdom of Bhutan. Its body accented with florals, leaves and clouds, exudes the charms of the country known as the last Shangri-La of the world.

The national emblem of the Kingdom of Bhutan is featured on the reverse. Prominently featured on the emblem is a male and female dragon, which symbolizes the name of Bhutan – Druk Yul which means ‘The Land of the Thunder Dragons’. The emblem is composed of a double diamond-thunderbolt placed above a lotus, surmounted by a jewel and framed by the two dragons. The lotus represents purity; the jewel stands for sovereign power; and the thunderbolt symbolizes the harmony existing between secular and religious power.

 

The 2021 Chinese Panda 30 gram 999 Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Chinese Mint
Dimensions: 
40.0mm
Weight (grams): 
30
Fineness: 
999

This years’ design Features an adorable scene of a mother and her young panda cub in a tree playing together & next to it The denomination 10 yuan rests near the bear. The reverse of each 2019 1 Oz Chinese Silver Panda boasts one of China’s greatest architectural and historic wonders, the Temple of Heaven. Built from 1406-1420 to celebrate the Harvest Ceremonies of Winter Solstice, the magnificent temple was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988.

 


Australian Bullion Coins:

 

2021 Ching Shih Pirate Queens 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Royal Australian Mint
Dimensions:
40.6mm x 2.98mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The second issue of the new Series Pirate Queens is dedicated to the Chinese pirate Ching Shih – one of the most notorious and deadly pirates of her time. The motive of the Premium Bullion Coin from the Royal Australian Mint features the pirate ship of Ching Shih with hoisted flag. A majestic phoenix draws a circle around the ship with its tail. The inscription “CHING SHIH” and the weight and fineness complete the design. The reverse shows the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the denomination and the year of issue.

Ching Shih (born Shih Yang 1775–1844), was a Chinese pirate leader who terrorized the China Seas during the Jiaqing Emperor period of the Qing dynasty in the early 19th century. She commanded over 1800 junks (traditional Chinese sailing ships) manned by 60,000 to 80,000 pirates – men, women, and occasionally children. Her ships entered into conflict with several major powers, such as the East India Company, the Portuguese Empire, and the Qing government.

In January 1808, the Chinese government tried to destroy her fleet in a series of fierce battles. However, Ching Shih inflicted several defeats on the Chinese navy, capturing and commandeering several of their ships. The government had to revert to using fishing vessels for battle. At the same time that the government was attacking her, Ching Shih faced a larger threat in the form of other pirate fleets.

In September and November 1809, Ching Shih and Cheung Po Tsai fleet suffered a series of defeats at the hands of the Portuguese Navy at the Battle of the Tiger’s Mouth, eventually coming to the realization there was no way they would be able to hold out forever. In their final battle at Chek Lap Kok in 1810, they surrendered to the Portuguese Navy on 21 January and later accepted an amnesty offered by the Qing Imperial government to all pirates who agreed to surrender, ending their career and allowed to keep the loot that same year.

The Pirate Queens – Ching Shih Premium Bullion Coin in Silver is limited to only 10,000 pieces worldwide and is delivered in a protective capsule.

 

2021 Marge and Maggie Simpson Tuvalu 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Simpsons™ Premium Bullion Coin is dedicated to Marge and Maggie Simpson™. It was struck by the Perth Mint from one ounce of 99.99% pure silver in uncirculated quality.

The motive features Marge and Maggie Simpson standing in front of the family home at 742 Evergreen Terrace. In addition, the design includes the signature of Matt Groening and the traditional mintmark “P” of the Perth Mint.

The reverse features the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II as well as the denomination, the fineness and the year of issue. Since 1987, ‘The Simpsons™’ has been broadcast on television. In 2018 the series reached an incredible milestone, becoming the longest-running prime time scripted show in television history. Meanwhile, the series can be seen in 60 countries and 20 different languages. The limited Marge & Maggie Simpson™ silver bullion coin is delivered in a protective capsule.

 

2021 Australian Desert Scorpion 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Australian Desert Scorpion takes its place among the Red Back Spider and Great White Shark in the Australia’s Most Dangerous series by the Royal Australian Mint. Found across Australia’s arid deserts, the scorpion endures scorching temperatures and is known for its aggressive nature and large size. While its sting is not known to be fatal to humans, its likely to be a painful reminder to respect these hardy creatures.

The Australian Desert Scorpion gold and silver investment coins are the third release in the Royal Australian Mint’s Australia’s Most Dangerous series. They follow the 2020 release of the Red Back Spider and the 2021 release of the Great White Shark.

This feared creature, while nocturnal and often found in remote parts of Australia, is known to be large and aggressive and can inflict a painful sting to human.

Occupying much of Australia’s arid deserts, the Australian Desert Scorpion endures scorching temperatures by digging spiralling burrows up to a metre deep. This spiral formation allows the scorpion to regulate the temperature of its environment.

Known to grow up to 12 centimetres long the Australian Desert Scorpion uses its powerful pincers to capture and hold its prey, before stinging it with its poisonous tail.

 

2021 Australian Brumby Horse 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

There’s something special about wild horses running free, but the free-roaming mustangs of America’s West aren’t the world’s only wild horses. There are also herds of them roaming about the Australian Alps region in the nation’s Northern Territory and Queensland. These equine beauties are known as Brumby Horses or “Brumbies” in honor of James Brumby (1771-1838), an English soldier and pastoralist. Brumby was forced to turn loose the horses he had bred and raised in New South Wales after being transferred to Tasmania in 1804. Today, these feral creatures descended from Brumby’s original stock have come to symbolize Australia’s independent nature and ability to thrive in a hostile environment.

To pay tribute to these magnificent animals, Australia’s world-renowned Peth Mint has released a silver coin that depicts an unrestrained Brumby Horse confidently leaping among a steep outcropping of rocks somewhere in the wilds of Australia. The second year in the Brumby series of bullion coins, this beauty was struck in a full ounce of 99.99% pure silver. This legal-tender $1 coin is a gleaming tribute to an Australian icon seen by many as symbolic of the nation’s rugged can-do character.

Each 2021-dated coin available in this offer also comes in original Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition, with razor-sharp designs exactly as they left the mint. Each coin also includes a security feature in the form of a micro-laser engraved letter that’s detectable only by viewing it through a magnifying glass.

Just 25,000 of these coins will ever be struck for worldwide release.

 

2021 Australian Quokka 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The quokka is a Western Australian icon that is strongly associated with Rottnest Island near Perth. The idyllic holiday location is home to thousands of quokkas which, in the age of social media, have become the subjects of must-have ‘selfies’. Small, wallaby-like creatures that are not intimidated by humans, they have a cute and smiley appearance.

Struck from 1oz of 99.99% pure silver, this coin portrays a quokka with it’s little Joey in the foreground Standing on its hind legs, the herbivorous marsupial is surrounded by a flowery landscape. Included in the design is the inscription QUOKKA and The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark.

Depicting the Jody Clark effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on its obverse, the coin is Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965.

No more than 30,000 will be released.

 

2021 The Simpsons Family Tuvalu 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Simpsons made its debut as a 30-second animated short on The Tracey Ullman Show in 1987. The adventures of the yellow cartoon family were captured in these animated shorts over the course of two years. In 1989, the FOX network picked up the cartoon as a 30-minute series. Since then, the popularity of The Simpsons surged and the family became an international phenomenon.

Queen Elizabeth II features on the obverse side of 2021 Tuvalu The Simpsons Family Silver Coins. Her Majesty is shown here in the popular fourth-generation effigy from Ian Rank-Broadley. The Queen is depicted in right-profile relief with the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara. This design was created in 1998 and first came to Commonwealth coins in 1999. Nations such as Tuvalu continue to use the popular effigy.

The members of the Simpsons Family are shown in the reverse design of 2021 1 oz The Simpsons Family Silver Coins. The family is depicted standing on the sidewalk outside of their home in Springfield. Included in the design are Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie, as well as the family pets Snowball and Santas Little Helper.

With a limited issue of only 25,000 coins.

 

2021 Anne Bonne Pirate Queens 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Royal Australian Mint
Dimensions:
40.6mm x 2.98mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The first issue of the new Series Pirate Queens is dedicated to Anne Bonny – one of the most notorious female pirates of her time. The motive of the Premium Bullion Coin features the pirate ship of Anne Bonny and John Rackham with hoisted flag from the front. Below the ship is the typical pirate sign – a skull with two crossed infantry swords. The inscription “ANNE BONNY” and the weight and fineness complete the design. The reverse shows the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the monetary denomination and the year of issue. Born in Kinsale, Ireland, in the late 1690s, Anne Bonny was the daughter of Mary Brennan, a maid, and William Cormac, a lawyer. When the affair became public, Cormac, Mary and Anne emigrated to the United States. There, Anne was to be married to a respected merchant before her 20th birthday – but she met and married the sailor John Bonny. Through him she gained her first insights into piracy and was deeply fascinated by the new world that revealed itself to her. When she finally met the pirate John Rackham in today’s Nassau (Bahamas), she left John Bonny to make the seas unsafe together with Rackham. They were later joined by the equally famous female pirate Mary Read. In 1720, the pirate crew was ambushed and overpowered. Rackham was executed, whereas Anne Bonny and Mary Read were initially imprisoned due to alleged pregnancies. Mary Read died there of a fever – the fate of Anne Bonny remains uncertain to this day. The Pirate Queens – Anne Bonny Premium Bullion Coin in Silver is limited to only 10,000 pieces worldwide.

 

2021 Hades Gods of Olympus Tuvalu 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The third coin of the all-new Tuvalu Gods of Olympus Series is now available with the god of the underworld, Hades, featured on the reverse. This coin joins the revival of the Gods of Olympus Series in 2021.

In ancient Greek mythology, Hades was worshipped as the God of the Underworld and the ruler of the dead.

Historically, Hades was often depicted sitting on his ebony throne with Cerberus, the three-headed watchdog by his side. He was also known to wear a helmet of invisibility given to him by the Cyclops to help in the battle against the Titans. His name is said to mean ‘invisible’ or ‘unseen’ and the underworld which he ruled over was also called Hades.

On the obverse of 2021 Tuvalu Gods of Olympus Hades Silver Coins is an image of Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty is shown here in the popular fourth-generation effigy from Ian Rank-Broadley. Designed in 1998 for the Royal Mint of England, this popular design depicts the Queen in right-profile relief wear her favored Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara. This effigy came to Australian coins in 1999 and proliferated throughout the Commonwealth thereafter.

The reverse side of 2021 1 oz Gods of Olympus Hades Silver Coins features a depiction of the god of the underworld. Hades, a brother to Zeus and Poseidon, is depicted seated on a horrifying throne of human skeletons. As the flames of Hades burn in the background, his terrible three-headed dog is featured sitting by his side.

With a limited issue of only 13,500 coins.

 

2021 Australian Myths and Legends Dragon 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The new Chinese Myths & Legends Series debuts in 2021 with the image of the Chinese dragon. The dragon has featured on countless collections from the Perth Mint in recent years. This new series can trace its roots to the 2017 introduction of the Dragon-and-Phoenix bullion coins. In this new collection, the dragon features on its own on the reverse.

Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of 2021 Australian Silver Chinese Myths & Legends Dragon Coins. This sixth-generation effigy of the Queen was created by Jody Clark for the Royal Mint in 2015 and debuted on Perth Mint coinage in 2018. It is now the primary effigy of the Queen in use on Australian coinage and depicts the monarch at the age of 89.

A Chinese dragon is featured within its celestial realm on the reverse side of the 2021 1 oz Chinese Myths & Legends Dragon Coin. The Chinese dragon is also depicted as a serpent-like beast. In Chinese mythology, the beasts are associated with the clouds as the celestial world is considered the home of the dragon.

1st release in the Chinese Myths & Legends Series Limited mintage of 45,000 coins

 

2021 Australian Emu 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Perth Mint
Dimensions:
40.6mm x 2.98mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

A national animal icon in every sense, the emu has been honoured by The Perth Mint with a new Australian legal tender bullion coin. Struck from 1oz 99.99% pure silver with a superb quality finish, it portrays an image of a male emu with its young hatchling near a body of water.

Just 30,000 of these beautiful silver coins are available worldwide and each is made to the Perth Mint’s exacting standards.

The obverse side of 2021 Australian Emu 1 oz Silver Coins depicts Queen Elizabeth II in right-profile relief. Created in 2015 by Jody Clark, this design first appeared on British coins and has been the standard sixth-generation effigy of the Queen on Australian coins since 2018. It depicts the Queen in right-profile relief with the George IV State Diadem Crown on her head. The inscriptions on this field read Elizabeth II, Australia, and 1 Dollar.

On the reverse face of the 2021 Australian Emu Silver Coin is a male emu near a body of water with its young hatchling. The hatchling has ventured close to the edge of the water as the male emu keeps a watchful eye on the pairs surroundings to ensure no predators get the drop on the young hatchling. Inscriptions on this side of the coin include Australian Emu, 2021 1 oz 9999 Silver, and the P mint mark of the Perth Mint.

 

The 2021 James Bond 007 Tuvalu Gold Gilded 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

From Sean Connery to Daniel Craig, countless actors have portrayed one of the suavest secret agents the world has ever seen: James Bond. Created by author Ian Fleming in 1953, Bond feature films have captivated audiences around the world since the debut of Dr. No in 1962. Since that films release, 23 more films have been released through the planned 2021 release of No Time to Die in the longest-running film series in history.

All of the 2021 1 oz Tuvalu James Bond Series 007 Silver Coins are available to you in a protective plastic capsule from the Perth Mint. The silver coin release in this series has a total mintage of 20,000 silver coins. All coins are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.

On the obverse of all 2021 1 oz Tuvalu James Bond Series 007 Silver Coins is an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. This is the fourth-generation effigy of the Queen from British coins and was used as the fifth-generation effigy on Australian and Commonwealth denominations. In it, the Queen wears the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara.

The reverse of 2021 Tuvalu James Bond Series 007 Silver Coins bears the image of the 007 gun logo in Gold Gilding. Those numbers 007 appear with a gun handle formed in the number 7 as a gun-barrel frame swoops around the design field. This is common to the opening sequence of every Bond film ever made.

 

2021 Australian Beneath Southern Skies Platypus 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Royal Australian Mint
Dimensions:
40.6mm x 2.98mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The Royal Australian Mint is proud to present the 2021 $1 1oz Silver Investment Coin as the latest release in the Beneath the Southern Skies series. Quintessentially Australian, the design pays homage to Stuart Devlin, who designed Australia’s first decimal coinage, and features a platypus in Sydney’s position on a map of Australia.

The Beneath the Southern Skies series is symbolic of Australia’s foray into decimal coinage in 1966. The series comprises of precious gold and silver investment coins featuring a simple yet striking design. Following the series’ first release in 2020, the 2021 $100 1oz Gold Investment Coin and 2021 $1 1oz Silver Investment Coin design is quintessentially Australian and includes a map of Australia and the Southern Cross, inspired by one of Stuart Devlin’s original sketches. The coins also feature New South Wales’ animal emblem, the platypus, in place of Sydney.

 

2021 Australian Platypus & Baby 2oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Perth Mint
Dimensions: 40.6 mm
Weight (grams): 62.206
Fineness: 999

The platypus is an iconic symbol of Australia that has previously appeared on platinum bullion coins from the Perth Mint. The unique semiaquatic mammals have numerous distinct capabilities that have developed throughout its evolutionary history.

The 2021 release of the Mother & Baby Platypus Silver Coin is the fourth of the Next Generation Series. There is only one new design per date mark and the focus, as with most Perth Mint programs, is on native animal species. The collection has previously featured the koala, saltwater crocodile, and kookaburra, all animals that are native to the Australian continent.

Queen Elizabeth II features on the obverse side of 2021 Australian Mother & Baby Platypus Silver Coins. This is the definitive sixth-generation portrait of the Queen to feature on Australian coins. Based on Jody Clarks 2015 portrait of the Queen for Royal Mint coins, this design was expanded for Australian coins to include the Queens full neckline and her shoulders. In this right-profile relief, the Queen wears the George IV State Diadem Crown.

A mother platypus is shown swimming through the water with her young hatchling on the reverse field of 2021 2 oz Australian Mother & Baby Platypus Silver Coins. The design showcases the fact that the platypus is the only mammal that lays eggs rather than giving birth to live young.

 

2021 Australia Zoo Cheetah Ram 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Royal Australian Mint
Dimensions:
40.6mm x 2.98mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The second issue in the Australia Zoo Series from the Royal Australian Mint was struck from one ounce of silver and is dedicated to the Cheetah. It belongs to one of the world’s most endangered species and is estimated to have fewer than 7,000 individuals in the wild. The motive shows a majestic cheetah in the run. He is surrounded by the inscriptions “AUSTRALIA ZOO” and “CHEETAH” as well as the weight and fineness. The design was inspired by a photograph from Steve Irwins Sohn, Robert, at the Australia Zoo.

The reverse depicts the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. – The denomination “1 DOLLAR” and the inscriptions “ELIZABETH II” and “AUSTRALIA 2021” are also part of the design.

Native to Africa, the cheetah is the fastest land animal in the world and can reach up to 112 kilometers per hour in three seconds. The cheetah’s physique is all about speed. Its slender body and long, thin legs are particularly suited to high acceleration. Despite its size, the cheetah does not belong to the subspecies of big cats, such as lion and tiger, but to the subspecies of small cats. They hunt during the day and have black tear marks under their eyes to serve as an anti-glare effect. They can be recognized by their golden yellow fur, which is dotted with black spots. The limited Australia Zoo Cheetah Premium Bullion Coin is delivered in a protective coin capsule.

 

The 2021 Poseidon Gods of Olympus Tuvalu 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Ill-tempered, ill-mannered and possibly just a plain old jerk, Poseidon is the famous Greek god of the sea and through countless ages he developed a nasty reputation of being vengeful and greedy. And THIS is a god?! Yep, he’s the brother of Zeus and Hades and together all three murdered their father and divided the kingdom amongst themselves. Perhaps Poseidon is upset because he didn’t like ruling over the Earth’s waters, but you’ll love being able to hold this spectacular silver Poseidon coin in your hands, the second release in the Gods of Olympus series from Australia’s world-renowned Perth Mint!

Featuring a stunning depiction of the mighty Poseidon complete with his trident, the coin available here was expertly struck in a full ounce of 99.99% pure silver. Its design is a simply hydro-tastic. It draws inspiration from the fact that Poseidon is the god of horses and shows him being drawn across a foam of sea waves by a pair of might equines while dolphins frolic in the background. This is the Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) version and its gleaming silver shine serves to further augment the celestial awesomeness of this epic coin!

 

2021 Black Flag The Red Fleet 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Royal Fortune was captained by the legendary Pirate Black Bart,  This is the second subject of a new series of silver and gold bullion coins from the Perth Mint, Throughout the 17th and 18th centuries, pirates roamed the seven seas, with each ship displaying a unique “black flag” to announce its arrival and make clear mercy would be given only to those who surrendered.

Born in Pembrokeshire. In 1718, when he was second mate on the Princess, his ship was captured by the Welsh pirate, Howel Davis, and he was forced to serve under his captor. When Davis was killed, Roberts, who in six weeks had shown great courage and resourcefulness, was elected captain. He accepted, saying that since he had dipped his hands in muddy water it was better to be commander than a common man. Notoriety came speedily. He sailed into a fleet of forty-two Portuguese ships, ascertained which was the richest, boarded, and sailed off with her. Soon he struck terror everywhere. When he entered a harbour in Newfoundland, their crews abandoned the twenty-two ships there. After successes, the pirates went ashore at places like Surinam and Sierra Leone, indulging wild debauchery until their resources were exhausted. Not that success was unbroken; once at least they were long in extremities for want of provisions and water. One of their finest captures was a frigate built ship of the Royal African Company. Roberts renamed her the Royal Fortune. Captain Chaloner Ogle, R.N., managed to bring her to battle off Cape Lopez.

 

2021 Australian Golden Eagle Nugget 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Premium Bullion Coin is the third issue of the Australian Nugget Series from the Perth Mint. The coin was struck from one ounce of 99.99% silver in uncirculated quality. After dedicating the first two issues of the Series to the “Welcome Stranger” and the “Hand of Faith” nugget, the Perth Mint celebrates the discovery of the “Golden Eagle” nugget with this issue. Weighing 32.20 kg, the nugget is visually reminiscent of an eagle with outstretched wings and was found in Larkinville (Australia) in 1931. To this day, the Golden Eagle Nugget is considered the largest nugget ever discovered in Australia. The nugget is depicted on the motive and is framed by the inscriptions “AUSTRALIAN NUGGET”, “GOLDEN EAGLE 1931” and “2021 1oz 9999 SILVER”. The reverse features the Jody Clark portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination. The limited silver bullion coin is delivered in a protective coin capsule.

 

2021 Australian Fraser Dolphin Ram 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Royal Australian Mint
Dimensions:
40.6mm x 2.98mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The Third release of the Dolphin bullion series by Royal Australian Mint features the stunning fraser Dolphins leaping out of the ocean against a rising sun. This Brilliant Uncirculated Silver coin features an elegant design in 1 ounce of .999 fine Silver.

The Dolphin is a beloved animal depicted in many cultures, and are also native to Australian waters. In various cultures, the Dolphin symbolises happiness, power and protection. The Fraser’s Dolphin are typically found in deep, tropical waters, and have a distinct side stripe from their eye to their flipper. These dolphins tend to travel in packs of 10 to 100, and are known to be splashy swimmers.

 

2021 Australian Swan 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The swan is an iconic species that is so synonymous with The Perth Mint itself that it even appears in the mint?s logo. The Perth Mint?s operations are situated in the heart of Perth, the capital and largest city of Western Australia. Founded in 1829 on the shores of the Swan River, the original colony in the territory was in fact called Swan River Colony, the location of which is now Perth.

Perth grew rapidly in the late 19th century thanks to its rich deposits of natural resources such as oil, gas and perhaps most of all, Gold. From its origins The Perth Mint is in many ways personified by the Swan, a regal waterfowl that appears on the flag of Western Australia and symbolizes timelessness, elegance and beauty, much like the standard of coins produced by the Perth Mint itself.

The Perth Mint has a phenomenal reputation for producing high quality Silver bullion that also provides collectors the ability to collect an entire series that showcases different designs. Customers worldwide collect the Lunars, Kookaburras and Koalas due to their resell values and collectibility.

Swans are often a symbol of love and fidelity due to their long-lasting monogamous relationships. Swans are almost entirely herbivorous, though they will eat small amounts of aquatic animals. There are around seven different species of swan found around the world. Swans are classified as a threatened species mostly due to hunting and habitat loss. Pollution is also a contributing factor.

 

2021 Australian Coat of Arms 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The 2021 $1 1oz Silver Investment Coin are the first coins of the Royal Australian Mint’s new Australia’s Coat of Arms Series. Rich with historic significance, the coins feature a kangaroo and emu – both elements of the Commonwealth Coat of Arms signifying progress, as neither animal can move backwards.

The coin’s obverse features a proud emu protecting its unhatched eggs against a backdrop of wattle that is yet to blossom – both symbolising a future full of potential. The obverse also includes an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the Commonwealth Star with six points representing Australia’s six states and the seventh point representing Australia’s territories.

The intricate reverse features the Commonwealth Star and a bold kangaroo with joey in pouch against a backdrop of thriving vegetation comprising each state and territories’ floral emblem.

 

2021 Australian Shipwreck Zeewijk 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Royal Australian Mint
Dimensions: 33.9 mm
Weight (grams): 31.103
Fineness: 999

In 2020, the Royal Australian Mint introduced the Australian Shipwreck Series. The four-coin release from the sovereign mint of Australia features unique designs representing Dutch East India Company ships of the 17th and 18th centuries that met a disastrous fate off the coast of Western Australia in the Indian Ocean. Provident Metals currently has 2021 Australian Shipwreck Zeewijk 1 oz Silver Coins available to you for purchase online.

The Zeewijk was, like all Dutch East India Company vessels, required to sail to Batavia using the Brouwer Route to cross from Cape of Good Hope off Africa to Batavia. The route used the prevailing westerly winds to travel eastward and then turn north for Batavia. The Zeewijks captain ignored this route in the interest of vising Western Australia.

As a result, the Zeewijk became shipwrecked on the coral reefs of the Houtman Abrolhos island group off the coast of Western Australia. 10 men died by drowning as the crew attempted to launch its longboat. Eventually, all the crewmembers were moved to Gun Island where seals, fruits, and fresh water were available to sustain the crew. 12 men setoff in the longboat for Batavia one month after the shipwreck, but were never seen again. By the fall of 1727, the crew used materials from the crashed Zeewijk and mangrove timber from Gun Island to build a boat they named Sloepie. In February 1728, the Sloepie set sail with the remaining survivors and reached Batavia in April. 82 of the original 208-man crew survived. The Sloepie became the first European vessel built in Australia.

 

2021 Australian Rectangular Dragon 1 oz Silver Bullion Bar

Manufacturer: Perth Mint
Dimensions:
27.6mm x 47.6mm
Weight (grams):
31.103
Fineness:
999

The Australian Rectangular Silver Dragon coin debuted in 2018, first as a silver coin for sale and later in the year with a gold coin as well. The series launched with a mintage of 500,000 that has subsequently been lowered for the 2019, 2020 & 2021 releases to just 250,000 coins.

In Chinese culture, the dragon is revered as a divine mythical creature, a symbol of power, strength, wealth and good fortune.

In 2021, The Perth Mint’s popular series of rectangle-shaped Dragon coins for investors portrays an exquisitely detailed representation of a Chinese dragon. Its scaly serpentine body has a magnificent head featuring sinuous horns and tendril-like whiskers. An awe-inspiring beast, the Chinese dragon is actually considered to be benevolent and wise.

Struck from 1oz of 99.99% pure silver, this superb release is struck in outstanding bullion quality with shiny design motifs on a delicately frosted table. The coin’s reverse also includes The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, our traditional symbol of elite minting skills since 1899.

 

2021 Australian Koala 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Silver Koala features an ounce of pure Silver and an attractive reverse design that changes each year, This year it features a koala sitting on a tree Branch with the Australian Bush in the background.
The 2021 issue features a koala sitting on a tree branch, The Ian Rank-Broadley likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination are shown on the obverse.

 

2021 Australian Ram Kangaroo Majestic Outback 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Royal Australian Mint
Dimensions:
40.6mm x 2.98mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

This premium bullion coin celebrates the “King of the Outback” and one of Australia’s most famous landmarks – the Kangaroo. The coin was struck by the Royal Australian Mint from one ounce of 99.9% silver in frosted uncirulated quality. The motive of the Kangaroo – Outback Majesty coin shows a jumping kangaroo, which is depicted very realistically. In the background, the Australian sun is visible in minimalist, geometric shapes. The motive symbolizes the blazing hot, ever-present sun and the aridity of the Australian outback – and the ability of the kangaroo as the “king of the outback” to defy these conditions. The reverse features the Jody Clark portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and the year of issue “2021”. The limited 10,000 premium bullion coin is delivered in a protective capsule.

 

2021 Australian John Wayne The duke 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Struck by the Perth Mint from one ounce of 99.99% pure silver, the Premium Bullion Coin commemorates one of the most enduringly popular American entertainers of the 20th century: John Wayne™. In his 50-year career, ‘The Duke’ produced more than 170 movies in which he himself played the lead role. The motive depicts an image of John Wayne™ with his cowboy hat on a horse. Next to him is the iconic “JW” logo. The image is framed by one of his most famous quotes, “COURAGE IS BEING SCARED TO DEATH – BUT SADDLING UP ANYWAY.” The Perth Mint’s mintmark “P” is also included in the design. The reverse features the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Queen Elizabeth II as well as the denomination ‘1 DOLLAR’, the year of issue 2021, and the weight and the fineness ‘1 Oz 9999 Ag’.

 

2021 Australian Kangaroo 1oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Perth Mint
Dimensions:
40.6mm x 2.98mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The kangaroo is the largest marsupial alive on Earth today. The animal’s distinct style of movement, hopping on its hind legs, using its large, muscular tail for balance, means it is one of the only animals which is unable to move backwards easily. An iconic symbol of Australia, the kangaroo is featured in the Australian national emblem alongside the emu.
Obverse: Bears the Ian Rank-Broadley likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the face value.
Reverse: Features the classic red kangaroo design by Dr. Stuart Devlin, surrounded by a radiating design, along with a micro-engraved “A”  which appears under magnification.

2021 Australian Wedge Tailed Eagle 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Australia’s largest bird of prey, the wedge-tailed eagle, has been portrayed for the Perth Mint by renowned US engraver, John M. Mercanti, in a series of outstanding designs since 2014. Observed across the entire continent, wedge-tailed eagles can be distinguished by their distinctive wedge-shaped tails and fully feathered legs. The large birds favour lightly wooded country where they can hunt for prey such as rabbits, hares, lizards and snakes.

Struck from 1 oz of 99.99% pure silver, this coin portrays John M. Mercanti’s sixth artistic impression of a wedge-tailed eagle. The design depicts the bird in full flight while gripping a snake in its talons. As well as the coin’s weight, fineness and 2021 year-date, the reverse also incorporates The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark.
This coin includes an authentication feature on the reverse in the form of a micro-laser engraved letter. Detectable only under magnification, this is designed to make it significantly more difficult for the coin to be counterfeited.

 

2021 Australian Ram Lunar Ox 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Royal Australian Mint
Dimensions:
40.6mm x 2.98mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The second issue of the new Lunar Series was struck by the Royal Australian Mint from one ounce of 99.9% silver and is dedicated to the Year of the Ox. Following the rat, the Ox is the second animal in the Chinese zodiac calendar. The motive depicts a strong ox surrounded by the branches of a willow, symbolic of humility. Additionally, the inscriptions “YEAR OF THE OX”, the Chinese character for “ox”, as well as the weight and fineness are included in the design.

The reverse features the lunar calendar wheel, with all 12 animals on the wheel, the Jody Clark portrait of Queen Elizabeth II as well as the denomination and the year of issue. Those born under the sign of the Ox are considered strong-willed, determined and particularly reliable. The conscientious ox is characterized by high moral standards for himself and others, as well as his strong sense of duty. The limited Year of the Ox Premium Silver Bullion Coin is delivered in a protective capsule.

 

2021 Wolverine Marvel Series 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Marvel Series of 1 oz silver coins launched in 2017 with a Spider-man design. Each one of the releases through 2019 coincided with the planned release of a feature film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe featuring that character.

Created by Roy Thomas, Len Wein, and John Romita Sr; Wolverine debuted in the last panel of The Incredible Hulk #180 published in 1974. In the next issue, the Hulk and Wolverine battle each other before joining forces to defeat the supernatural monster Wendigo. Since then, Wolverine has gained legions of fans as a member of Marvel’s X-Men. His fame rose to even greater heights in a series of X-Men and Wolverine films where he has been superbly played by actor Hugh Jackman no less than ten times. With a mysterious past, a badass attitude, and cool metal claws, Wolverine is one of the most popular characters in the entire Marvel Universe.

The 2021 AC/DC Australia Ram 1oz Frosted Silver Bullion Coin

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

The design of this striking, 2021 Australia AC/DC 1oz Frosted Silver coin is every bit as electrifying as the band and their music! The coin has been transformed to replicate the look of a record album, with grooves filling the background. The center graphics feature a large, bold AC/DC logo with electrical charges flashing out in every direction. Angus Young, co-founder and lead guitarist, is displayed behind the logo, with his guitar raised high.

Iconic images representing key album releases of the band over the years are integrated into the center design. These include the parrot from Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, the trademark cannon from For Those About to Rock (We Salute You), barbed wire from High Voltage, and a plank of wood from T.N.T.

 

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 Modern Chinese Trade Dollar 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: East India Company
Dimensions:
38.6 mm x 2.3mm
Weight (grams):
31.1
Fineness:
999

The all-new Modern Trade Dollar series will feature innovative reinterpretations of the classic trade dollars which were the global currencies’that simplified international trade in the era before the idea of globalisation was commonplace. The series begins with the 2021 Modern Chinese Trade Dollar Limited to a low mintage of 5,000.

Trade Dollars were first introduced in the late 15th Century when the ‘Spanish Dollar’ was used to facilitate trade. It went on to inspire the creation of numerous national currencies, including the US Dollar.
By the late 19th Century, Chinese trade was growing both regionally and with the West. At the same time reforms within Chinese life were underway, many of them led by a strong female figure who herself played a key role in the story of the Chinese Trade Dollar. Shortly after the death of Emperor Xian Feng in 1861, his concubine Cixi assumed control and ruled China as The Empress Dowager. Cixi was able to read, a rare skill at that time, and educated herself on domestic and foreign affairs, creating policies that would modernise China’s culture and economy. Recognising the importance of making international trade as easy as possible she instigated changes in customs, weights and measures which paved the way for the creation ofthe Dragon Trade Dollar.

 

2021 Napoleon Angel St Helena 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: SilverTowne Mint
Dimensions:
39mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

Napoleon Bonaparte took Europe by storm, literally and figuratively, during the first two decades of the 19th century. Through a coup he orchestrated himself, he rose to power in France during the French Revolution as the First Consul of France in 1799. He would later take sole power as Emperor of France and unleash more than a decade of warfare on the continent as he sought to establish a dominant French Empire and culture across the entirety of Europe. St. Helena remembers the 200th anniversary of his death in 2021 with the release of a unique silver bullion coin.

Obverse
On the obverse side of 2021 St. Helena Napoleon Angel 1 oz Silver coins, you will find Raphael Makloufs right-profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty is captured here in a regal pose that includes the George IV State Diadem Crown from the Crown Jewels upon her head. The design field includes inscriptions of 1, St. Helena, Queen Elizabeth II, 2021, and The East India Company.

Reverse
The reverse face of the 2021 St. Helena Napoleon Angel Silver Coin comes with the depiction of a winged Angel standing near a gravestone. This headstone features a golden eagle beneath an N at the center representing Napoleon. The inscriptions include One Ounce, Angel, and 999 Silver. The design rim comes with two bees at the top and two palm branches at the bottom. The bottom of the design rocker comes with an “EIC” mark denoting the East India Company.

 

2021 Cutty Sark Reverse Frosted 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

This bullion coin was minted on behalf of the British Indian Ocean Territory by The Pobjoy Mint. The beautiful 1oz .999 fine Silver Reverse Frosted coin has an extremely limited mintage of only 10,000 coins worldwide.
The Cutty Sark name actually came from the famous Robert Burns poem, Tam O’Shanter (which is the nickname for the witch in the poem) which was published in 1791 and celebrates the 230th Anniversary.

The Cutty Sark Name:
The historic ship was named by Jock Willis, the original ship owner who choose the name based on Robert Burns poem, Tam O’Shanter. Interestingly enough, witches are thought to be unable to cross water, which further adds to the allure and mystic of this beautiful ships unique and interesting history.

The Cutty Sark History:
The history of this clipper ship started in 1869, the year it was built. It’s first voyage was in 1870, where it set sails for Shanghai, China during the China tea trade. The Cutty Sark is known for its record breaking speeds during the late 1800s where it could transport goods in less than a month. Flash forward to the 1900s where the ship was later restored by and used for training cadets. In 1954, the ship was brought into Greenwich where further restorations were made and later opened as a local attraction in 1957 where in continues to bring amazement and joy to its fellow attractors.

 

The 2021 Silver Britannia 10 oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Britannia has been the female embodiment of Britain for centuries, evolving through the ages to capture the spirit of the nation she represents. First appearing on the coins of the Roman Emperor Hadrian, Britannia has a long history with British coins. Today, this icon is the face of our flagship Britannia bullion coin, renowned for its beauty and reliability. This incarnation of Britannia was created by sculptor Philip Nathan in 1987. He presented the ‘queen of the seas’ with carefully chosen symbols of Britain’s identity – a shield for protection, an olive branch for peace and a trident for her maritime links. The award-winning design has become so highly-regarded that only The Royal Mint is able to strike genuine Britannia coins featuring Philip Nathan’s interpretation. 

This modern classic of design has been struck on the 2021 Britannia bullion coin, which contains ten ounces of 999 fine silver and depicts Britannia standing boldly amongst the waves, surrounded by a background of radial lines. 

The image of Britannia is always on the reverse, the coin has been minted in silver since 1997. The image of the Proof Britannia is changed every year, and odd years see Britannia standing and even years see her sitting.

The image may be different on the proof and Unc versions of the same year; this is especially true after 2013. There are variations to the 1oz coin, we see 5oz, 1/2oz, 1/4oz and smaller; there are gold and platinum variants too. Generally the same year shares the same Britannia design.

Britannia, together with a combination of trident, Union Jack shield and lion are all symbols of Great Britain, devised many centuries ago to signify that Britain ruled the waves (as it did indeed in those days with the most powerful navy in the world). Britannia has been used on several other British coins.

 

2021 The Who Music Legends 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Who formed in 1964 and became one of the most influential bands of the 20th century. Founding members Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend and John Entwistle started out as The Detours and were already playing gigs around London before changing their name. They soon met drummer Keith Moon who was then part of a band called The Beachcombers. After playing just a few songs with The Who, they offered him the job as their drummer.

The Who found fame with “I Can’t Explain” “Teenage Wasteland” and “My Generation”, but are just as well known for their rock operas “Tommy” and “Quadrophenia” which were turned into films in 1975 and 1979.

The obverse of the 2021 British Music Legends The Who Silver Coin comes with a depiction of Queen Elizabeth II. This right-profile portrait is the fifth-generation design to feature on British coins and was created in July 2015 by Jody Clark. It depicts the Queen wearing the George IV State Diadem Crown.

On the reverse side of 2021 1 oz Music Legends The Who Silver Coins is a depiction of a guitar smashing through an amplifier in the background. The body of the guitar is emblazoned with the Union Jack, Britains flag. At the top of the design field is the emblem for the famous rock band.

 

The 2021 Queens Beasts Completer 2oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Statues of ten heraldic beasts stood guard at the entrance to Westminster Abbey as the world watched the coronation of Her Majesty The Queen in 1953. Those creatures have been reimagined on the coins in The Queen’s Beasts Collection, which tell the stories of ancient symbols of ancestry and power through a series of designs by Jody Clark.  

Now, in the final design for this popular bullion collection, all ten beasts are united in a protective circle around Her Majesty The Queen, making it the only coin to feature the beasts and the monarch they represent in one regal design. The obverse features the artist’s definitive coinage portrait of Her Majesty and together, these designs are a fitting tribute to complete this iconic collection. 

The reverse features all ten Beasts arranged in a protective circle around HRH The Queen. This is the only coin in the series to unite all ten beasts with the monarch whose heritage they represent, in one unique design.

The obverse design depicts the fifth portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, and the monetary denomination of £5. Both the obverse and reverse are designed by British Coin Designer Jody Clark, creator of the latest definitive portrait of The Queen on UK coinage.

 

2021 Una & The Lion Royal Mint 1oz Silver Bullion Bar

Manufacturer: Royal Mint
Dimensions:
28.98mm x 49.96mm
Weight (grams):
31.03
Fineness:
999

For centuries, The Royal Mint has selected the very best artists to create designs for our coins, bars and medals. These great engravers have inspired a new series of bullion bars, with classic designs reimagined for the discerning investor.  

The Great Engravers series begins with the legend of Una and the lion, first brought to Britain’s coins by William Wyon RA. Jody Clark has created a new vision of the gentle Una; she holds the monarch’s orb and sceptre but stands together with the lion, eyes on the future – the perfect symbol for enduring precious metals and insightful investors. 

 

2021 Queens Beasts 10oz White Horse of Hanover Silver Bullion Coin

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

Capturing generations of royal heritage and power, The Queen’s Beasts Collection reimagines ten heraldic creatures that famously stood guard at Her Majesty The Queen’s coronation some 70 years ago. The latest addition to this desirable collection brings the White Horse of Hanover to life on a new bullion coin, showcasing the quality and exceptional craftsmanship that The Royal Mint is known for around the world.

The emblem of the white horse became a part of Her Majesty’s ancestral story when the British throne passed to George of Hanover in 1714 He brought with him the heraldry of the region, including the ancient device of a white horse on a red background.. In Jody Clark’s dynamic design, the galloping White Horse of Hanover holds a shield depicting the three lions of England, the lion of Scotland, the fleur-de-lis of France, the Irish harp, and the Arms for Hanover.

The powerful figure of the horse is set against a beautifully detailed chainmail background on the reverse, whilst a guilloche texture surrounds Her Majesty’s portrait on the obverse of the coin. Struck in 999.9 fine silver, each coin is finished to The Royal Mint’s bullion standard, and is also available as a one ounce platinum edition.

 

2021 Silver Valiant 1oz Royal Mint Silver Bullion Coin

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

A timeless adventure, St George and the dragon is one of England’s most famous legends – a timeless story of honour, courage and victory. – this is the story of St George and the dragon. In 2021, The Royal Mint has reinvented this tale for modern times and the overseas investment market.

Artist Etienne Millner’s interpretation of England’s patron saint features prominently on the one ounce and ten-ounce Bullion Silver Valiant Coin. The action of the design seems to fill the coin, giving it an exciting sense of vibrancy.

The obverse bears an artist’s rendering of Elizabeth II in profile, also set to magnificent effect against a field of micro-engraved dot-texturing. Also on the obverse, Elizabeth II regal title, as well as the coin’s unique denominational value.

The dragon depicted was, according to legend, terrorizing a town, which the hero encountered on his travels. Not only did he bring peace back to the townspeople, he also rescued their fair princess, from deep in the dragons lair ….more than worthy of commemoration in coin! Celebrate both British storytelling and diversify your portfolio with a 1oz 2021 Royal Mint Valiant silver coin today.

This coin also comes in:  2021 Silver Valiant 10 oz Royal Mint Silver Bullion Coin

 

2021 Royal Coat of Arms 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

A mainstay of British coinage for centuries, the Royal Arms is a majestic symbol of strength and majesty which represents the illustrious history of monarchy and heraldry in the United Kingdom.

It acts as the official coat of arms for the British monarch and its origins lie on the medieval battlefield where it would be seen on shields, banners and dress. It has evolved through the ages and is a true indicator of power, approval and duty.

First appearing in 1983, the iconic design by Eric Sewell has been reinterpreted by Timothy Noad for 2021. This design exemplifies the royal heritage which each monarch inherits during their reign and features the heraldic devices which have lasted through the ages, such as the Lion of England and Unicorn of Scotland supporting the shield.

The 2021 Royal Coat of Arms 1oz Silver Coin features a detailed design showing the Royal Coat of Arms; a shield flanked by the Lion of England and the Unicorn of Scotland. Below the shield, a thistle, Tudor rose and shamrock are depicted, which represents Scotland, England and Ireland. Details of the coin’s weight, fineness and year-date are also shown.

The obverse of the coin bears the fifth portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on a guilloche background design, and the monetary denomination of 2 Pounds.

This coin also comes in:  2021 Royal Coat of Arms 10oz Silver Bullion Coin

 

2021 Robin Hood Myths & Legends 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Sadly the quality of this coin is Terrible even for Royal Mint Standards,  It is probably the worst coin of the year so far hence the price!

Centuries after his tales were first told around British campfires and hearths, The Royal Mint is celebrating the legendary hero Robin Hood. The iconic character, who famously stole from the rich to give to the poor, appears on the first coin in a new bullion collection inspired by myth and legend. The hero of folklore will soon be followed by two more coins inspired by the tale, featuring the courageous heroine Maid Marian and Robin Hood’s trusted companion Little John.

Passed along through the oral traditions of the time, stories of this heroic rebel have been spread far and wide since the fourteenth century. Robin Hood was often described as a great archer, and Jody Clark’s depiction of the character features him hidden amongst the branches of Sherwood Forest, poised with a bow and arrow ready for action.

This is the first coin in a new bullion collection inspired by the myth and legend of Robin Hood. Jody Clark’s depiction of the character features him hidden amongst the branches of Sherwood Forest, knelt down and poised with a bow and arrow ready for action.

The hero of folklore will soon be followed by two more coins inspired by the tale, the courageous heroine Maid Marian and Robin Hood’s trusted companion, Little John.

 

2021 David Bowie Music Legends 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Bowie is undoubtedly one of the most influential musicians in modern history. Known for his creative style and innovative and constantly evolving music, as well as his alter ego, Ziggy Stardust.

Born David Robert Jones in 1947, Bowie started playing the saxaphone at an early age and showed an interest in modern jazz. For his early perfromances he used the stage name Davie (or Davy) Jones, but changed it to avoid confusion with the actor Davy Jones, who had found success with The Monkees. Bowie chose to name himself after the Bowie knife as ‘it cuts both ways’.

Bowie has sold over 100 million records. Some of his best known works include Heroes, Life on Mars, Let’s Dance, Changes and his collaboration with Queen on the song Under Pressure. He was also an accomplished actor, with performances in The Prestige, The Man Who Fell to Earth, The Snowman, Zoolander, Extras and 80’s cult classic, Labyrinth.

 

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:

2021 Rudolph the Rednosed Reindeer Canadian Maple 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Canadian Mint
Dimensions:
38mmx 3.15mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The days are getting shorter and the year is slowly coming to an end. It is Christmas time !

For many people it is a time of contemplation and therefore the most beautiful time of the whole year. Christmas is the season to celebrate love – when families come together and an unmistakable feeling of warmth and security prevails. This 2021 Maple Leaf Special Edition – Rudolph the red-nosed Reindeer in color was struck from one ounce of 99.99% silver in uncirculated quality. The motive of the “Rudolph the red-nosed Reindeer” – Maple Leaf shows a stylized representation of the face of Rudolph the reindeer, on whose antlers is a red Christmas hat.

The complete background of the motive is held in a strong fir green, which creates a typical Christmas color composition. This special Maple Leaf Christmas edition in color is strictly limited to only 999 pieces worldwide. The silver coin is delivered in a capsule with a matching product card. – A great gift idea for the festive season.

Strictly limited Mintage only 999 pieces

 

2021 Santa’s Little Elf Canadian Maple 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Canadian Mint
Dimensions:
38mmx 3.15mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The days are getting shorter and the year is slowly coming to an end.

It is Christmas time ! For many people it is a time of contemplation and therefore the most beautiful time of the whole year. Christmas is the season to celebrate love – when families come together and an unmistakable feeling of warmth and security prevails. This 2021 Maple Leaf Special Edition – Relaxed X-Mas in color was struck from one ounce of 99.99% silver in uncirculated quality. The motive of the “Relaxed X-Mas” – Maple Leaf shows a cute elf in a sitting position. He wears bright red shoes and a red Christmas hat that almost completely hides his face – only his nose and long beard are visible. The elf is surrounded by silver Christmas balls and delicate snowflakes.

This special Maple Leaf Christmas edition in color is strictly limited to only 999 pieces worldwide. The silver coin is delivered in a capsule with a matching product card. – A great gift idea for the festive season.

Strictly limited Mintage only 999 pieces

 

2021 Christmas Snowmen Canadian Maple 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Canadian Mint
Dimensions:
38mmx 3.15mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The days are getting shorter and the year is slowly coming to an end.

It is Christmas time ! For many people it is a time of contemplation and therefore the most beautiful time of the whole year. Christmas is the season to celebrate love – when families come together and an unmistakable feeling of warmth and security prevails. This 2021 Maple Leaf Special Edition – Merry Christmas in color was struck from one ounce of 99.99% silver in uncirculated quality. The motive of the “Merry Christmas” – Maple Leaf illustrates the special magic of giving and being given. In wintry landscape, two snowmen are depicted as they are handing each other gifts and smiling cheerfully at each other. Both snowmen wear a hat, a scarf and gloves. Above the snowmen is the inscription “MERRY CHRISTMAS”.

This special Maple Leaf Christmas edition in color is strictly limited to only 999 pieces worldwide. The silver coin is delivered in a capsule with a matching product card. – A great gift idea for the festive season.

Strictly limited Mintage only 999 pieces

The 2021 Canadian Werewolf 2oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Canadian Mint
Dimensions:
38mmx 5.9mm
Weight (grams):
62.206
Fineness:
999

The mythical creatures rumored to roam the wilds of North America and other corners of the world are coming alive in a new series from the Royal Canadian Mint. Launched in 2020, the new Creatures of the North Series focuses on mythical beasts that have been rumored to exist in Canada for centuries now.

Beware the full moon! Tales of strange creatures in the night have always haunted our imaginations, and in the province of Quebec, the loup-garou is one of the most famous legends of all. Werewolf sightings may date back to the age of New France, but in July 1767, an article in the Gazette de Québec cautioned the public to be on the look-out for a loup-garou in the guise of a beggar. Either the creature or its legend was brought to these shores by settlers from France, where, several decades before, a werewolf “epidemic” had resulted in witch trials and executions. And a few years prior to Quebec’s famous loup-garou sighting, hundreds of deaths in southern France were attributed to the Beast of Gévaudan, prompting King Louis XV to place a bounty on the werewolf’s head.

 

2021 Canadian Maple Leaf 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Canadian Mint
Dimensions:
38mmx 3.15mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The Canadian maple leafs are among the purest & well known 1 ounce silver bullion coins on the market today.
The Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coin was first struck in 1988 by the Royal Canadian Mint. The obverse of the coin features an image of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, and, on the reverse, is the image of Canada’s national symbol, the maple leaf. The universal element of all silver maple leaf coins is the phrase “Fine Silver 1 oz Argent Pur” along the bottom of the reverse of the coin, referring to the coin’s weight and 99.99 fine silver content.

 

 


European Bullion Coins:

 

2021 Allegories Austria & Germania 1oz Silver Bullion Round

Manufacturer: Germania Mint
Dimensions:
38.6 mm x 2.3mm
Weight (grams):
31.1
Mintage: 25,000
Fineness: 999

Austria & Germania is the fourth coin from Germania Mint’s Allegories, coming to Collectors in 2021. The whole series depicts personifications of countries around the world in a form of beautiful, sensual and strong women. The Allegories coins are created in one diameter of 38.61 mm and four different heights and weights, from 3 mm for 1 oz coin to 25.85 mm for 10 oz coin, which is exceptional not only because of its thickness the blanks, from which it has been minted, were processed manually.

Obverse
The obverse of the coin presents the personifications of Austria and Germania, depicted as young and beautiful women. In the past, Lady Austria was regarded as the epitome of the multi-ethnic country… In the artistic vision of Germania Mint, she is holding a spear, which symbolizes the axis of the world, power, dignity and honour. Austria’s head is decorated with a laurel wreath, a symbol with multiple positive meanings, whilst Germania is crowned with a branch of an oak – the tree that has accompanied her from the very beginning of the series. In turn, our heroine holds her inherent attribute – the imperial sword “Reichsschwert”. Closeness between the two germanic amazons represents friendship between both cultures.

Reverse
According to the previous series, the image on the reverse is the coat of arms representing moral principles and noble values. Germania was a historical land and has never been an official country, that’s why we’ve decided to create our own interpretation of its coat of arms. Its symbols and design are a creation of our imagination, however it has been created in accordance with applicable heraldry rules.

The crowned shield has been divided into four parts, from which each has a traditional meaning, precisely defined by heraldry. The shield itself is a symbol of truth, loyalty and trust. The crown equals authority and nobility as well as chivalry.

2021 Equilibrium Yin Yang Cooperation 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Pressburg Mint
Dimensions:
38.6 mm
Weight (grams):
31.1
Mintage: 30,000
Fineness: 999

The Equilibrium series started in 2018 and is focused on acknowledging the importance of balance.

In Ancient Chinese philosophy, yin and yang is a Chinese philosophical concept that describes how obviously opposite or contrary forces may actually be complementary, interconnected, and interdependent in the natural world, and how they may give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another. In Chinese cosmology, the universe creates itself out of a primary chaos of material energy, organized into the cycles of Yin and Yang and formed into objects and lives. Yin is the receptive and Yang the active principle, seen in all forms of change and difference such as the annual cycle (winter and summer), the landscape (north-facing shade and south-facing brightness), sexual coupling (female and male), the formation of both men and women as characters and sociopolitical history (disorder and order).

Obverse: “ELIZABETH II”, “TOKELAU”, “1oz Fine Silver 999”, “Divided year of Issue 2021”, Effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, textures.

Reverse: “EQUILIBRIUM”, “5 DOLLARS”, Yin-Yang symbol, the weight “1oz”, the purity “FINE SILVER 9999, änd textures.

 

The 2021 Bull & Bear Tokelau 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Bulmint
Dimensions:
38.6 mm x 2.3mm
Weight (grams):
31.1
Mintage: 100,000
Fineness: 999

The Bull and Bear are animals known for their incredible and unpredictable strength.

The terms Bull and Bear are used by investors as a way to describe the state of the financial markets. A bear market refers to the market when it is receding and a bull market is when prices are rising. These terms are derived from the way a bull will thrust its horns up in to the air, whereas a bear will generally swipe down.

The obverse of the coin features an image of a Bull and a Bear in a fight with an inscription of 1oz and Ag 999.9 Fine Silver inscription.

The reverse of the coin features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II with the inscription “ELIZABETH II”. The country of issue is “Tokelau” with the year of production being “2021” as well as the face value “5 DOLLARS”.

The 2021 Tokelau Chronos Panta Rhei 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Pressburg Mint
Dimensions:
38.6 mm
Weight (grams):
31.1
Mintage: 20,000
Fineness: 999

“Panta Rhei” – Everything flows and things come and go. When it comes to value, precious metals have always held a crucial position in the world of finance. Nowadays, a safe haven at the very least, a financial norm in the past. Silver currently holds an especially important position in the financial world and we believe it will continue to do so for a long time.

Now and forever.

Heraclitus recognized the fundamental changing of objects with the flow of time (i.e., impermanence) and the philosophical issue of becoming.

He is credited with the phrase πάντα ῥεῖ (panta rhei) “everything flows.”This famous aphorism used to characterize Heraclitus’ thought comes from Simplicius, a neoplatonist, and from Plato’s Cratylus. The word rhei (as in rheology) is the Greek word for “to stream”, and is etymologically related to Rhea according to Plato’s Cratylus. Compare with the Latin adages Omnia mutantur and Tempora mutantur (8 AD) and the Buddhist and Hindu concepts of anicca.

The 2021 Malta Knights of the Past 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Germania Mint
Dimensions:
38.6 mm x 2.3mm
Weight (grams):
31.1
Mintage: 15,000
Fineness: 999

Knights of the Past is the first commemorative coin created through close cooperation between the Central Bank of Malta and Germania Mint. This issue will start a series of unique bullion coins, which in a modern way refer to the traditions of the Order of Malta. The collection will be the result of a collaboration, combining superior minting and precious metals quality, with the artistic vision, marketing and distribution of both institutions.

The obverse of the first coin of the series depicts the Knights of Malta in a battle array, with the famous Verdala Palace in the background. The reverse of the coin presents the Central Bank of Malta coat of arms on a shield, held by a Maltese knight.

The 2021 Knights of the Past 1 oz Silver BU will be issued in mintage of 15 000 coins with certificate and blisterpack in the fall of 2021.

The 2021 Goddess Europa Tokelau 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Bulmint
Dimensions:
38.6 mm x 2.3mm
Weight (grams):
31.1
Mintage: 100,000
Fineness: 999

Inspired by the myth of Goddess Europa, writers, historians, and people of art gave her name to the continent.

According to Greek mythology, Goddess Europa was one of the many objects of affection of Zeus. In order to avoid the jealousy of his wife, Zeus metamorphosed into a white bull and managed to abduct Europa and swim to the island of Crete.

The coin’s obverse features Goddess Europa on the Bull, the engraved name “Goddess Europa”, the purity “999.9”, the metal “Fine Silver”, and the weight “1 oz”.

The reverse side futures the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the inscription “ELIZABETH II”, the country of issue “Tokelau”, the year of production “2021”, along with the face value “5 DOLLARS”.

 

The 2021 Germania 5 Mark 1 oz Silver Bullion Round

Manufacturer: Germania Mint
Dimensions:
38.6 mm x 2.3mm
Weight (grams):
31.1
Mintage: 25,000
Fineness: 999

“Germania” is the Latin term for Germany, from which the name “Germany” is used in English language today. Due to the connection with patriotic feelings, this word was present mainly in German literature and poetry. In ancient times the area inhabited by Germans east of the Rhine and north of the Danube rivers was called Germania. At that time its first personifications on coins and reliefs appeared, depicting a brave woman – the guardian of the nation.

Obverse
Lady Germania, in a daring pose on the bow of a sailing vessel, appears to be leading her people on a journey into broad waters. Traditionally, crowned with a laurel wreath, she is clad in her armor and falling cloth. In her hands she wields the imperial sword Reichsschwert and a flag fluttering in the wind. What makes the 2021 coin extraordinary, is the broadening perspective of the obverse on the subsequent coins in the series – 1, 2, 10 oz and 1 kg.

Reverse
The reverse of the 2021 coin remains unchanged, presenting the Germania Mint effigy with a two-headed eagle holding lightning bolts, surrounded by olive branches. The eagle is a symbol from Germanic mythology, associated with Janus – the god of all origins, guardian of gates and bridges, the patron of alliances. The eagle’s heads facing the opposite symbolize the past and the future.

 

2021 Aurochs Giants of the Ice Age 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Sixth 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

An aurochs is a type of wild cattle that lived throughout Europe, North Africa and Asia and became extinct in Britain by the Late Bronze Age. They roamed and grazed in small herds across plains and in open woodland

Aurochs were much larger than modern domesticated cattle, and one of the largest herbivores in Europe post-Ice Age. They had huge curved horns, each horn almost 1 m long, and when standing, bulls could reach 1.8 m shoulder height; taller than many people. The appearance of aurochs has been determined through the study of their bones found on archaeological sites, historical descriptions, and even images of aurochs seen in cave paintings.

 

2021 Chestnut Leaf 5 Mark 1oz Silver Bullion Round

Manufacturer: Germania Mint
Dimensions:
38.6 mm x 2.3mm
Weight (grams):
31.1
Mintage: 25,000
Fineness: 999

Chestnut is a very popular tree, planted in Europe by Roman armies. Mythology and the history of magic abound of miraculous recipes and advice on how to use almost every part of it. Its fruit symbolizes chastity and it’s believed that chestnuts increase fertility and desire, which is why it is carried by women who want to conceive. Chestnut wood is known for properties that bring success and love. Druids used it to create talismans because the physical connection allowed the user to derive longevity and invigoration from the wood. Chestnut is a beautiful and powerful tree. Its power can be easily seen by sitting on the ground next to it and allowing its energy to clear the mind.

Germania Mint has placed the design of chestnut leaf and its fruits on the gold and silver coins, to help bring good luck and happiness to its owners.

 

The 2021 Tokelau Vivat Humanitas 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Pressburg Mint
Dimensions:
38.6 mm
Weight (grams):
31.1
Mintage: 20,000
Fineness: 999

Vivat Humanitas series point out the idea of humanity that keeps on advancing and delivers impressive achievements despite all conflicts and differences. In this issue we are celebrating music as the universal and unique language of mankind.

“You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is
an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty,
the ocean does not become dirty.”
– Mahatma Ghandi

Vivat Humanitas series point out the idea of humanity that keeps on advancing and delivers impressive achievements despite all conflicts and differences.
Script and writing systems have evolved in different human civilisations. Communication in written form is one of major milestones in human development which has made humanity unique.

 

2021 Woolly Rhinoceros Giants of the Ice Age 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Fifth 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 woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis) is an extinct species of rhinoceros that was common throughout North America, Europe, and Asia during the Pleistocene epoch and survived until the end of the last glacial period. The woolly rhinoceros was a member of the Pleistocene megafauna.

The woolly rhinoceros was covered with long, thick hair that allowed it to survive in the extremely cold, harsh mammoth steppe. It had a massive hump reaching from its shoulder and fed mainly on herbaceous plants that grew in the steppe.

Mummified carcasses preserved in permafrost and many bone remains of woolly rhinoceroses have been found. Images of woolly rhinoceroses are found among cave paintings in Europe and Asia.

 

2021 Noahs Ark 1 oz Armenian Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Geiger Edelmetalle
Dimensions:
38.6mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The Noahs Ark investment coin tells The story of Noahs Ark and the Great Flood. a meaningful symbol in Armenian history. On the obverse side of the 2020 1 ounce Armenian Silver Noah’s Ark Coins is the national coat of arms for Armenia. Flanked by an eagle on the left and a lion on the right, Geiger Edelmetalle GmbH in Germany is Given permission by the Central Bank of Armenia to strike the Noahs Ark coins.

 

2021 Austrian Philharmonic 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Austrian Mint
Dimensions:
37 mm x 3.2mm
Weight (grams):
31.1
Fineness:
999

The Austrian Philharmonic is the official Austrian mint Silver bullion coin of Austria, The Austrian Mint’s Philharmonic coin design honours the Vienna Philharmonics orchestra. The obverse of the coin features the great organ of the Musikverein Golden Hall in Vienna, home to the orchestra, along with the date and face value. The reverse features an assortment of musical instruments, including the cello, violin, harp, french horn and bassoon with the inscription, “Wiener Philharmoniker”.

 

2021 Tokelau Planet Terra 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Pressburg Mint
Dimensions:
38.6 mm
Weight (grams):
31.1
Mintage: 20,000
Fineness: 999

Released by the New Zealand territory of Tokelau, this stunning new 2021 1 oz Silver Tokelau Terra BU utilizes both sides to display Terra. As legal tender in Tokelau, the obverse integrates into the design a small effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II produced by Iran Rank-Broadly. Featured in the center inset is a section of the world globe that includes a silhouetted map of Asia, Australia, and Oceania. A star marks the location of Tokelau. A stylized flower is also included on the globe. Inscriptions include, “5 DOLLARS . ELIZABETH II . TOKELAU . TERRA 2021.” Stylized compass numbers and markings encircle the rim. The exact GPS coordinates of Tokelau are noted at the top.

The reverse also depicts the world globe, but includes a silhouetted map of Europe, the Americas, and Africa. Inscriptions include, “1 oz FINE SILVER . TERRA 2020 . SERVA ME, SERVABO TE (latin Protect me, I will protect you). Also displayed are the exact GPS coordinates of Bratislava (home of Pressburg Mint, the issuing mint of the coin). A very fine design of a compass graces the bottom of the globe. As with the obverse, stylized compass numbers and markings encircle the rim.

This extremely fine, brilliant uncirculated Silver Tokelau Terra coin has a very limited mintage of just 20,000 for global distribution.

 

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:

The 2021 Mexican Libertad 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Mexican Mint
Dimensions:
40mmx 3mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The Mexican Mint, which dates back to 1535, is one of the continent’s oldest minting facilities. It is now known as La Casa de Moneda de Mexico and serves as Mexico’s National Mint. It produces excellent gold and silver bullion commodities in addition to issuing Mexico’s circulating currency. The year 2021 Marks the 40th annual release of the Mexican Libertad coin.

The design of the Mexican Libertad is what draws attention to the coin year after year. The Mexican Coat of Arms – a fearsome eagle tearing through a snake with its sharp beak – is shown on the reverse of Mexican Silver Libertads. Additionally, the image of the present Mexican Coat of Arms is surrounded by all of Mexico’s ancient coats of arms.

The obverse features the beautiful Angel of Independence superimposed on the famous Mexican volcanoes of Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl. The Angel of Independence is an important historical landmark as it was built in 1910 to commemorate the beginning of Mexico’s War of Independence. The design has been featured on the obverse design since 1996. Lastly, the obverse face features the weight, purity, and year of issue on this coin.

 


New Zealand Bullion Coins:

The 2021 The One Ring Lord of the Rings 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Post
Dimensions:
38.9mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The Lord of the Rings
The Fellowship of the Ring is the first movie in this epic series and was released in 2001. The film is based on J.R. Tolkien’s first installment in his book trilogy that was initially published in 1954. Peter Jackson directed and filmed The Lord of the Rings series in his native New Zealand. The series was released in 2001 and 2003 and received raving reviews.

The Rings of Power was forged by the Elves in the home of Eregion.
The material from which the rings were made was extremely resistant. Only the fire of Mount Doom or the dragon, which, however, no longer existed at the time of The Lord of the Rings book, could destroy the rings (except for the ONE RING )

“Three rings to the Elven kings high in the light,
Seven to the dwarf rulers in their halls of stone,
To mortals eternally doomed, nine.
One to the Dark Ruler on Dark Throne,
In the land of Mordor, where the shadows threaten.
A ring to slave them, to find them all,
To cast into darkness and bind forever.
In the land of Mordor, where the shadows threaten.”
-The Lord of the Rings

 

2021 The Empress Pirates of the Caribbean 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The third release of the Pirates of the Caribbean™ Series is dedicated to the Empress, a Chinese sailing ship from the 2007 Disney™ hit Pirates of the Caribbean – At World’s End.

Once the flagship of the Chinese pirate lord Sao Feng, after his death the Empress™ passes into the command of Elizabeth Swann, who was appointed captain by the dying Sao Feng. When Captain Swann later transferred to the Black Pearl™ for warfare, she left the ship to Tai Huang, Sao Feng’s first mate. Unlike European ships, a junk has no keel and the sides are nearly vertical. The triangular to pentagonal sails have bamboo ribs sewn into them, which give the sail special stability and flexibility. The Pirates of the Caribbean™ – The Empress™ Premium Bullion Coin in silver is limited to only 15,000 pieces worldwide.

Struck by the New Zealand Mint from one ounce of 99.9% silver, the motive of the premium bullion coin features an image of the ship as well as a stylized depiction of its captain, Sao Feng. The inscriptions “THE EMPRESS”, “PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN”, “1 oz 999 Fine Silver” and the Disney™ logo and copyright are also included in the design.

 

2021 Superman DC Comics Justice League 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
Dimensions:
40.57mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The Justice League was a reworking of the Justice Society of America by Gardner Fox, a writer from DC Comics. They originally appeared in the March 1960 DC Comics issue 28, The Brave and the Bold. The original superhero team members were Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman, and Martian Manhunter although other superheroes have come and gone over time. In November of 1960 the new superhero team got their own comic book titled “Justice League of America.”

The “Man of Steel” – Superman™. Is the third release in the DC Comics™ Bullion Coin Series featuring the famous superheroes of the DC universe. The motive shows a depiction of Superman™ in flight in front of the Metropolis skyline. His very muscular arms are outstretched, his fists clenched and his facial expression determined. To his right is the iconic Superman logo, which is also featured on his chest.

The reverse shows the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and the inscriptions “TWO DOLLARS”, “ELIZABETH II”, “2021” and “NIUE”. Superman™ had his first appearance in 1938. Originally native to the planet Krypton and equipped with super powers, Superman™ has dedicated himself to the fight for justice on Earth. Together with the other founding members Wonder Woman™, Aquaman™, Flash™, Green Lantern™, Batman™ and Martian Manhunter™ he belongs to the Justice League™ since 1960. The DC Comics™ Superman™

The 2021 Gandalf Lord of the Rings 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Post
Dimensions:
40.0mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

“The Fellowship of the Ring” is the first part of the successful film series and celebrated its world premiere in December 2001. On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of The Lord of the Rings, the New Zealand Post has issued this Premium Silver Bullion Coin. The motive features a close-up of Gandalf the Grey™. In the brim of his hat, the phrase “A WIZARD IS NEVER LATE. NOR IS HE EARLY. HE ARRIVES PRECISELY WHEN HE MEANS TO” has been engraved. Additionally, the inscriptions “THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING”, “20th ANNIVERSARY” and the denomination “ONE DOLLAR” are included in the design.

The reverse features the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II as well as the weight, fineness, year of issue and the inscription “MIDDLE EARTH”. Gandalf the Grey™, also known as Gandalf Greyrock or Mithrandir, is one of the main characters in the Lord of the Rings universe. As an old friend of Bilo Baggins™, Gandalf™ recognized the Hobbit’s magic ring as the One Ring. He charged his nephew Frodo Baggins™ with taking it to Rivendell, to the house of Lord Elrond, to decide the fate of the Ring in the Council of Middle-earth. As part of the Fellowship of the Ring, Gandalf™ accompanied them on their journey to destroy the One Ring in the fiery pits of Mount Doom. He fell in the battle against the Balrog™ of Morgoth in the mines of Moria, but later returned as “Gandalf the White™”. The Gandalf™ Premium Silver Bullion Coin celebrating the 20th Anniversary of “The Fellowship of the Ring” is limited to only 10,000 pieces worldwide and is delivered in a protective coin capsule.

 

2021 Christmas Mickey Mouse 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
Dimensions:
40.57mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

Christmas greetings from Mickey™: The limited 2021 Premium Bullion coin Mickey Mouse™ Christmas was struck by the New Zealand Mint from one ounce of 99.9% silver. The motive features Mickey Mouse™ in a Christmas outfit. In his hands, he holds a large and richly decorated Christmas wreath with the words “MERRY CHRISTMAS” in the center. The inscription “1 oz 999 Fine Silver” and the Disney™ copyright are also included in the design. The reverse shows the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and the inscriptions “TWO DOLLARS,” “ELIZABETH II,” “2021” and “NIUE.” For investors the coins are delivered per 20 in the original tube of the New Zealand Mint, per 200 coins in the original Masterbox.

 

2021 Grogu Baby Yoda Star Wars 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Apmex
Dimensions:
39.mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

Star Wars: Grogu “The Child” (aka Baby Yoda)
Born of the same race as Jedi Master Yoda, Grogu was raised under the tutelage of the Jedi Order before the fall of the Galactic Republic. As a very long-lived race, their young have an extremely prolonged period of adolescence. When initially introduced, Grogu is only known as “The Child” and despite appearing like a toddler he is actually 50 years old. This character melted the hearts of fans all around the world who referred to him as “Baby Yoda.” Perhaps it was this cuteness that turned the Mandalorian from bounty hunter to protector.

Grogu’s journey began at the Jedi Temple in the Galactic capital planet of Coruscant where he was trained in the ways of The Force with other younglings. During the Great Jedi Purge, he was rescued from the siege on the Jedi Temple and taken into hiding. During the reign of the new Galactic Empire, Grogu remained hidden by concealing his abilities. At some point after the fall of the Galactic Empire he was captured by a group of Nikto on Arvala-7. It is at this time that remaining Imperial forces hired assassins and bounty hunters to seek the child to kill or capture. These are the events that begin the highly popular Star Wars Mandalorian series on Disney Plus.

 

2021 Boromir Lord of the Rings 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Post
Dimensions:
40.0mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

“The Fellowship of the Ring” is the first part of the successful film series and celebrated its world premiere in December 2001. On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of The Lord of the Rings, the New Zealand Post has issued this Premium Silver Bullion Coin. The motive shows the famous scene from the film in which Boromir™ holds the broken sword Narsil. The legendary weapon of Elendil broke in the battle of the Last Alliance. With the broken blade, Isildur, Elendil’s son, cut the One Ring from Sauron’s finger. The fragments of the blade were kept in Rivendell, the place of assembly of Lord Elrond’s convened council. On his shoulder the phrase “THE BLADE THAT CUT THE RING FROM SAURON’S HAND” has been engraved. Additionally, the inscriptions “THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING”, “20th ANNIVERSARY” and the denomination “ONE DOLLAR” are included in the design,

Boromir™ was tasked by his father, Denethor II, Steward of Gondor, to travel to Rivendell to win the One Ring for Gondor. Appointed by Lord Elrond to represent the Men, he became part of the Fellowship around Frodo™, Gandalf™ and Aragorn™. Boromir™ fell heroically in battle against Sarumans™ orcs while trying to protect the two hobbits Merry™ and Pippin™. The Boromir™ Premium Silver Bullion Coin celebrating the 20th Anniversary of “The Fellowship of the Ring” is limited to only 10,000 pieces worldwide and is delivered in a protective coin capsule.

2021 Shrek 20th Anniversary Dreamworks 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
Dimensions:
39.mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

This coin marks 20 years of everyone’s favorite big green grumpy underdog. Shrek subverted standard fairytale hero tropes and had audiences rolling with laughter! Commemorate the start of a pop-culture phenomenon!

Originally based on a children’s picture book of the same name, the rights to Shrek were purchased by Stephen Spielberg and made into the Dreamworks film that we all know and love today. Shrek was originally voiced by Chris Farley, but later reworked with Mike Meyers after Farley passed away in the middle of the project. Mike Meyers brought his signature humor and Scottish accent to the role and made the character who he is today. Shrek undermines every expectation of the selfless knight in shining armor who sets forth to rescue the damsel in distress. When a local tyrant, Lord Farquad (played by John Lithgow), begins rounding up fairytale creatures and dumping them at Shrek’s swamp, the titular anti-hero angrily sets out only to have them removed. Conscious of being judged for what he is, Shrek turns out to be a more nuanced character and endears himself to the audience as the misunderstood underdog.

 

2021 Flying Dutchman Pirates of the Caribbean 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The second release of the new Pirates of the Caribbean™ Series is dedicated to the pirate ship The Flying Dutchman™ from the 2006 Disney™ hit Pirates of the Caribbean 2™. Struck by the New Zealand Mint from one ounce of 99.9% silver, the motive of the premium bullion coin features an image of the ship as well as a stylized depiction of the antagonist Davy Jones™. The inscriptions “THE FLYING DUTCHMAN”, “PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN”, “1 oz 999 Fine Silver” as well as the Disney™ logo and copyright are also included in the design.

The reverse features the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and the inscriptions “TWO DOLLARS,” “ELIZABETH II,” “2021” and “NIUE.” The Flying Dutchman™ is the main venue for the action in Pirates of the Caribbean 2™. The ship features an unusual design reminiscent of a fan fish.

The Flying Dutchman™ was used by its captain Davy Jones™ for diving and is therefore covered with all kinds of seaweed and shells. As a result of a curse Davy Jones™ brought upon himself and the Flying Dutchman™, the crew is doomed to become more and more a part of the ship, eventually becoming completely fused with it. The successful sequel to the first part of the film series is about Jack Sparrow™ being in debt to and pursued by Davy Jones™. The only way Sparrow can destroy the cursed captain is to get the key to the “Dead Man’s Chest”, which contains Davy Jones’ heart – an undertaking marked by numerous obstacles and dangers. The Pirates of the Caribbean™ – The Flying Dutchman™ Premium Bullion Coin in silver is limited to only 15,000 pieces worldwide

 

2021 Back to the Future II Niue 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
Dimensions:
40.0mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

Back to the Future II is dedicated to the second part of the successful film trilogy “Back to the Future” and was minted from an ounce of 99.9% silver. The classic film by director Robert Zemeckis about the time travel of the mad scientist Dr. Emmett “Doc” Brown and the young Marty McFly delighted millions of moviegoers around the world in the 1980s.  Doctor Brown takes Marty and his girlfriend to 21 October 2015, where they must prevent a family tragedy from affecting their children. Biff steals a time machine and hands his 1955 counterpart a sports almanac, causing Biff to change the course of history and become a millionaire. When Marty and the Doctor return to 1985, they find Hill Valley transformed into a nest of gambling and street gang fights. In addition, Marty’s mother is married to Biff, George McFly is murdered by Tannen, and Professor Brown’s 1985 alter ego is sent “to the chumps”. To put things right, Marty and the Doctor have to go back to 1955 and collect Biff’s almanac.

 

2021 Leonardi Da Vinci Icons of Inspiration 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
Dimensions:
39.0mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The second release in the popular series of coins celebrating famous Icons of Inspiration features Leonardo Da Vinci, one of the most multi-talented figures in history. Da Vinci’s works across all facets of art and science are some of humankind’s most studied and cherished.

A true Renaissance Man, Leonardo da Vinci was an Italian polymath known for his work as a painter, engineer, architect, theorist, scientist, and sculptor. His best known work, the Mona Lisa, is considered the most famous piece of art in the world. Other pieces by Leonardo include the Last Supper and the Vitruvian Man. Perhaps the most alluring aspect of Da Vinci’s art is the mystery and intrigue surrounding their meanings. Historians have spent centuries debating hidden symbology and subject matter in his works.

In addition to his work as an artist, Da Vinci is regarded as one of the most influential inventors and theorists in history. He is credited with sketching and studying predecessors to many tools and machines we used today, most famously his flying machines, architectural innovations, and vehicles for war.

 

2021 Fiji Cats 1oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Fiji
Dimensions:
40.0mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

Cats and humans have a long history of living together (or in a cat’s case, tolerating humans!) that can be traced back to as early as 7500 BC. More subtle than dogs in exhibiting their love for their owners, cats are furry companions that have filled our lives with oodles of joy — even if they ignore us when we call them and turn their noses up at that expensive new food we bought for them. In fact, according to a national pet owners survey, more than 42 million households in the United States have at least one cat. Now you can add another feline to your household with this coin, the first release in a new silver bullion series dedicated to all things related to the domesticated Felidae family.

Released by the South Pacific Ocean island nation of Fiji, these coins depict an all-American housecat as it alertly surveys its backyard domain. Its eyes are wide and zeroed in on something in the distance, seemingly oblivious to the tall grasses and flowers that surround the sleek tabby. The coin’s obverse shows the Fiji Coat of Arms along with the coin’s denomination, year date and silver content.

 

2021 Frodo Lord of the Rings 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Post
Dimensions:
40.0mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

“The Fellowship of the Ring” is the first part of the successful film series and celebrated its world premiere in December 2001. On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of The Lord of the Rings, the New Zealand Post has issued this Premium Silver Bullion Coin. The motive shows the famous scene from the film in which the Hobbit Frodo reaches out his hand for the One Ring, so that it lands directly on his finger. In his sleeve, the phrase “Even the smallest person can change the course of the future” has been engraved. Additionally, the inscriptions “THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING”, “20th ANNIVERSARY” and the denomination “ONE DOLLAR” are included in the design. The reverse features the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II as well as the weight, fineness, year of issue and the inscription “MIDDLE EARTH”. Frodo™ was the nephew of Bilbo Baggins™ and was chosen by Gandalf™ to leave the Shire to destroy the One Ring in the fires of Mount Doom. With the help of his strong will, his bravery, and not least the support of his companions, Frodo™ is able to master the arduous journey to Mordor, destroy the Ring, and end the terror spread by Sauron™. The Frodo™ Premium Silver Bullion Coin celebrating the 20th Anniversary of “The Fellowship of the Ring” is limited to only 10,000 pieces worldwide and is delivered in a protective coin capsule.

 

2021 The Mandalorian Star Wars 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Apmex
Dimensions:
39.mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The STAR WARS™ – Mandalorian™premium bullion coin was struck from one ounce of 99.9% silver and is dedicated to the protagonist of the popular STAR WARS™ – Mandalorian™ series. The motive features the Mandalorian™ bounty hunter in full gear with his Beskar armor. The inscription “1 oz 999 Fine Silver” and the copyright are also included in the design. The reverse features the Niue coat of arms and the inscriptions “TWO DOLLARS” and “2021”. The Mandalorian™, whose real name is actually Din Djarin™, is also called “Mando”. Five years after the fall of the Empire, he makes his living as a bounty hunter. When he is assigned to track down a fifty-year-old for one of his shady clients, it later turns out that he is of the same species as former Jedi Master Yoda™ and named Grogu™. The Mandalorian™ decides to take Grogu™ back from the client and protect him – a decision that changes his life permanently in many ways. The mintage is limited to only 25,000 pieces worldwide. The STAR WARS™ – Mandalorian™ Premium Silver Bullion Coin is delivered loose.

Obverse: Displays the Niue coat of arms along with the face value and the year of issue.

Reverse: Features the officially licensed Mandalorian bounty hunter in full gear including the iconic helmet and Beskar armor as seen in The Mandalorian streaming series on Disney+. The reverse also features the metal content, purity, and the Lucasfilm copyright for further authentication.

 

2021 Sonic the Hedgehog Niue 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
Dimensions:
39.mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

Sonic the Hedgehog
SEGA released the first game featuring the titular character, Sonic the Hedgehog, on June 23rd, 1991, introducing us to the speedy blue hedgehog who loves adventure, freedom, and never backs down from a challenge. Dr. Eggman debuted alongside Sonic in 1991 as the main antagonist, who dreams of dominating the world and oftentimes traps helpless animals in his robots to use for his nefarious purposes.

As the series continued, we were introduced to an even bigger cast of characters including Miles “Tails” Prower, a two-tailed fox, and Knuckles the Echidna. Tails, Sonic’s best friend first introduced in 1992 in Sonic the Hedgehog 2, can spin his two tails quickly enough to fly. A mechanical genius, he looks up to Sonic and oftentimes aids in his journeys. Knuckles the Echidna appeared in the following game, Sonic the Hedgehog 3. As the guardian of the Master Emerald, he will stop at nothing to protect the Emerald and his home of Angel Island from anyone who wishes to abuse its powers.

 

2021 Disney Lion King Hakuna Matata 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
Dimensions:
40.0mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The third release in the Disney The Lion King series features an officially licensed image from the “Hakuna Matata” musical montage. Simba, Pumbaa and Timon are framed against a full moon as Simba transitions to young adulthood.

Disney’s The Lion King is an animated film first released to the public on June 24, 1994. Winning two Academy Awards for the music and a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture, The Lion King continues to be a classic film for children and adults alike. The story follows a young lion cub, Simba, and his life through adulthood. The movie is set in the Pride Lands of Africa, where lions rule the kingdom. A key transition moment to the second half of the film is marked by the song “Hakuna Matata” which accompanies a montage of Simba following the ways of his newfound friends Timon and Pumbaa as he grows into young adulthood.

 

2021 Wonder Woman DC Comics Justice League 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
Dimensions:
40.57mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The Justice League was a reworking of the Justice Society of America by Gardner Fox, a writer from DC Comics. They originally appeared in the March 1960 DC Comics issue 28, The Brave and the Bold. The original superhero team members were Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman, and Martian Manhunter although other superheroes have come and gone over time. In November of 1960 the new superhero team got their own comic book titled “Justice League of America.”

Wonder Woman first appeared in the 8th issue of All Star Comics published October 21, 1941. She is a founding member of the Justice League and her official title is Princess Diana of Themyscira, an Island of the Amazonian women. Originally the character was sculpted out of clay by her mother and given life and superhuman powers by the Greek gods. More recently this has changed to her being a daughter of Zeus. Created by William Moulton Marston, Wonder Woman derived much inspiration from early feminists.

 

2021 Disney Mickey & Goofy 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
Dimensions:
40.57mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

This limited Disney premium investment coin Mickey & Goofy was minted by the New Zealand Mint from one ounce of 99.9% silver. The motif shows Mickey Mouse and Goofy, who stand next to each other in their usual good mood in a happy pose.
Goofy first appeared in 1932 as Dippy Dawg in the cartoon short Mickey’s Revue. Originally appearing older than he does today, Goofy was later redesigned by Disney to his present form where he made frequent excursions with his two pals Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck. Originally voiced by Pinto Colvig, Goofy’s clumsy mannerisms and iconic “ah-hyuck!” were said to have been influenced by a “ginny, half-backed village nitwit” that Colvig knew from Jacksonville, Oregon, his hometown.

 

2021 Black Pearl Pirates of the Caribbean 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The first issue of the new “Pirates of the Caribbean Series” is dedicated to the imposing pirate ship Black Pearl. With more than 4.5 billion US dollars in revenue, the “Pirates of the Caribbean” films are among the most successful of all time. At the beginning, in 2002, nobody would have believed that a film about an eccentric and morally ambivalent captain, played by the actor Johnny Depp, with an undead pirate crew would develop into one of the most famous adventure films of all.

On the motif side of the iconic 2021 silver coin, which is dedicated to these extremely successful Disney films, the pirate ship Black Pearl, which is hotly contested by Captains Jack Sparrow and Hector Barbossa, is depicted in great detail. In addition, the star of the films, Captain Jack Sparrow, can be seen in an abstract rock form.

 

2021 Tokelau Porcupine Tautu Fish 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
Dimensions:
38.6mmx 3.2mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999
Mintage: 10,000

Fish Series
The first year for the country of Tokelau to issue this coin was 2014. In 2020, the program was redesigned with a limited mintage and updated modern artwork as well. The design of the reverse changes every year on this bullion coin and has featured a variety of species of fish. The design changes make year of issue unique.

Tokelau
The country of issue, Tokelau is comprised of three small coral atolls located in the South Pacific Ocean. Schools of fish are attracted to these isolated atolls, with a variety of fish species including ruby snapper, yellowfin tuna and dolphinfish. In 2011, Tokelau declared 123,178 square miles to become a shark sanctuary. This sanctuary prohibits commercial fishing of all sharks and reduces shark mortality in its waters.

 

2021 Cook Island Bounty 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
Dimensions:
39.0mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

Before it was known as the HMS Bounty, the ship was built in 1784 in Hull, Yorkshire, England, at the Blaydes shipyard. The small merchant vessel was commissioned as the Bethia and operated for three years as a private vessel. In May 1787, the ship was sold to the Royal Navy and recommissioned as the HMS Bounty, also known as the HM Armed Vessel Bounty. The ship would go on to make just one infamous voyage in its history.

All of the 2021 1 oz Cook Islands Bounty Silver Coins in this product listing are brand-new for 2020 and come in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The coins are packaged individually inside of protective plastic capsules.

On the obverse side of the 2021 Cook Islands Bounty Silver Coin is the image of Queen Elizabeth II. This right-profile bust of the Queen is the popular Ian Rank-Broadley design created for the Royal Mint of England in 1998. The bust of the Queen shown here has the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara on her head. This image featured on British coins from 1998 to 2015, Australian coins from 1999 to 2018, and continues to feature on the coins of nations such as New Zealand, Niue, Tokelau, and the Cook Islands.

The reverse face of 2021 1 oz Cook Islands Bounty Silver Coins includes a depiction of the HMS Bounty as it sails across the ocean. The HMS Bounty was placed under the command of William Bligh upon its commission into the Royal Navy in 1787 and sent to the South Pacific on a botanical mission. The aim of this mission was to acquire breadfruit plants to transport to the British West Indies.

 

2021 Galactic Empire Star Wars 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
Dimensions:
39.mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

Following the Mandalorian Mythosaur coin, the 2nd in its exclusive Symbols of Star Wars Series with the Galactic Empire Bullion. This coin features the officially licensed Imperial Crest of the mighty Galactic Empire in .999 fine Silver!

Star Wars Galactic Empire
When Sith Lord, Sheev Palpatine created the Galactic Empire from the ashes of the Galactic Republic he refashioned the Republic’s 8-spoked cog into the 6-spoked symbol that came to represent the most feared and mighty empire the Galaxy had ever seen. Palpatine understood the power of symbols in branding his new empire and projecting strength throughout the galaxy. The similarities and differences to the symbol of the Old Republic simultaneously maintained a familiarity necessary for acceptance while also indicating a clear transition to a new order. The Galactic Imperial Crest would appear on flags, spacecraft, administrative buildings, currency and more. Now you can invest in real life official Galactic Empire Bullion Silver.

 

2021 Millenium Falcon Star Wars 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
Dimensions:
40.0mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The most popular singular starship from the Star Wars franchise is the humble, Millennium Falcon. In the years before the feature films are set, the Millennium Falcon is the trusty cargo smuggler of Han Solo. He believes his ship is the fastest in the galaxy. Though several types of starships feature throughout the many trilogies in the Star Wars universe, the Millennium Falcon is the most prominent single entity among them.

 

2021 Galileo Icons of Inspiration Niue 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
Dimensions:
39.0mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The first release in a new series of coins celebrating famous Icons of Inspiration through history features Galileo Galilei, one of the most famed innovators in scientific history. Galileo’s achievements and discoveries are fundamental to our present understanding of the physical universe.

A scientist of many talents, Galileo is perhaps best known for his advancements in astronomy, especially the use of the refracting telescope to better understand the cosmos – including observations of the moon, supernovae, and our solar system, discovering the four largest moons of Jupiter, still referred to as the Galilean moons, and the phases of Venus. His observations led him to champion Copernicus’s heliocentric view of the solar system, at the time controversial but now known to be factual.

In addition to astronomy, Galileo achieved many other physical discoveries, including the laws of motion still fundamental to modern kinematics and a basic understanding of gravity based on the observation that bodies of unlike weights accelerate similarly in free fall. His practical contributions included research on conic sections to develop more accurate artillery aiming, the development of a thermometer based on fluid dynamics, and refinements to the design of the refracting telescope.

 

2021 Batman DC Comics Justice League 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
Dimensions:
40.57mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

Batman and his alter ego Bruce Wayne came into existence in 1939 for National Comics Publications, which would later become DC Comics. Known for his tragic backstory and grittier character, Batman is arguably one of the more popular super heroes ever created and has been the subject of countless comic books, cartoons and feature films. Unlike his fellow heroes, Batman relies upon more plausible human abilities such as wit, martial arts training and high tech gadgetry to solve crime and defeat the bad guys. As a co-founder of the Justice League, Batman stands shoulder to shoulder with the likes of Superman, Aquaman, the Flash, Wonder Woman, and Cyborg who will feature on future coin releases in this series.

 

2021 Disney Donald & Daisy Duck 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
Dimensions:
40.57mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

Donald Fauntleroy Duck is a cartoon character created in 1934 at Walt Disney Animation Studios. … Donald’s first appearance was in The Wise Little Hen (1934), but it was his second appearance in Orphan’s Benefit that same year that introduced him as a temperamental comic foil to Mickey Mouse.
Daisy Duck is a cartoon character created in 1940 by Walt Disney Productions as the girlfriend of Donald Duck. Daisy Duck Donald Duck’s girlfriend had her debut as Donna Duck in Don Donald (1937), but was first known as Daisy in Mr. Duck Steps Out (1940). She made 14 film appearances.

 


 

More coins will be added as they become available

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2019 Silver Bullion Coins New Releases

2019 Silver Bullion Coins New Releases

Dear Readers,
As the New 2019 Silver Bullion Coins New are released in the coming months by the various national mints I will add them to this blog with pictures and a brief description & comment.

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


African Bullion coins:

 

2019 World’s Wildlife Giraffe Congo 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Giraffe is issued for the Democratic Republic of the Congo and carries their emblem on the obverse. Introduced in 2006, it depicts a leopard head, surrounded by an elephant tusk to the left and a spear to the right. The three words underneath it, Démocratie, Justice, Unité, are French for Democracy, Justice, & Unity. This huge country (world’s 11th largest) has had a tumultuous history, reaching a nadir under Belgian rule in the late 19th/early 20th centuries, when millions died under King Leopold II. It remains a problematic country, despite huge natural resources.

 

2019 African Leopard Rep of Ghana 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Republic of Ghana Silver African Leopard Coins debuted in 2017 and offer new designs each year on the reverse face. This collection has proven immensely popular with investors. The 2017 coins sold out entirely and the 2018 release sold out in its first day of availability. With such demand, the 2019 coin isnt likely to last long either before its low mintage of 25,000 coins sells out.

Leopards are found in various regions of the world, but this series focuses on the specific subspecies of leopards found on the African continent. Though the African leopard has previously been found on rare occasions in North Africa, today it is most commonly found in sub-Saharan Africa. African leopards are found in both jungle and arid desert habitats in Africa.

 

2019 South African Lion Big 5 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

“The Big Five” term originated when big game hunters visited the shores of Africa to shoot for trophies, and locals warned them about the five most dangerous animals in Africa: the Elephant, Lion, Leopard, Rhino and Buffalo.

The coins will be issued every month, with the first instalment in February 2019. The Second installation features the African Lion. The male lion symbolises royalty and strength in some African cultures, while the lioness represents femininity and motherhood.

 

2019 Rwanda Nautical Series 1oz Victoria Silver Bullion Coin

The Victoria was built by the Basques, one of the most reputed shipbuilders at the time, at the shipyard in the Spanish city of Ondarroa. The ship was named after Santa Maria de la Victoria de Triana, the church where Magellan took an oath of allegiance to the Spanish King, Charles V. ‘s Heemskerck 127 years earlier, the Endeavour continued and rounded the Cape of Good Hope on 13 March 1771 to reach the English port of Dover on 12 July 1771.

 

2019 African Wildlife Leopard Somalian 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Second debut from Somalia, the African Wildlife Series “Leopard”. This new series will appear with an annually changing motive. This beautiful coin was struck from one ounce of pure silver in uncirculated quality. The reverse features a full image of a leopard cub playfully stroking its mothers face. In the background is a natural setting of a rocky landscape. The obverse displays the Somalian Coat of Arms with two Leopards on it. Leopards are graceful and powerful big cats. They are the fourth largest cats in the world after Tiger, Lion and Jaguar. No other big cat climbs so high and is as tall as the leopard. In order to protect his prey against predators, he often stores his prey on branch forks. The coins will be delivered in capsules. The mintage is limited to 30,000 pieces worldwide.

 

2019 South African Archosauria Dinosaurs Series 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

One of the mints most famous series is its Natura wildlife-themed proof coins, that have been issued since 1994. Only ever available in gold, the 2018 set headed into prehistory for the first time with a very nice five-coin Archosaurs set. It’s from this that the inspiration for the this new 2019 silver bullion coin has been drawn – specifically the small 1/20 oz gold coin. Depicting a small archosaur called Euparkeria.

The obverse is common to the whole series and quite outstanding. It depicts the fossilised skull, neck and shoulder of an Erythrosuchus africanus – at around 5 metres, the largest predator of its time. Inscribed here is the series title ‘RISE OF THE DINOSAURS’. the issuer ‘SOUTH AFRICA’, the date in Roman numerals ‘MMXIX’ and the sub-title, ‘ARCHOSAURIA’.  The reverse face is even better. Euparkeria leaping for an insect and in full motion is hugely dynamic and far removed from the usual lumbering depiction of prehistoric life that we’re used to. It’s simple and different – a fine change from the usual wildlife bullion coin we’re all used to. The program name ‘NATURA’, the denomination ’25 RAND’, the specific coin title ‘EUPARKERIA’ and the composition ‘1oz Ag999’ are inscribed here and don’t infringe too much on the main image.

 

2019 South African Elephant Big 5 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

“The Big Five” term originated when big game hunters visited the shores of Africa to shoot for trophies, and locals warned them about the five most dangerous animals in Africa: the Elephant, Lion, Leopard, Rhino and Buffalo.

The coins will be issued every month, with the first instalment in February 2019. The first installation features the African elephant. From its versatile trunk and imposing tusks, to ears that flap forward as a sign of intimidation, the African elephant is a symbol of majestic strength and family unity. It is also the largest living land animal on earth, and one of our most intelligent species.

REVERSE: The reverse of the coin features two halves of the face of an Elephant.

OBVERSE: The obverse design of the elephant coin is the close-up of the majestic creature, with its ears flared and trunk and tusks dominant, together with the words ‘South Africa’ and ‘Big Five 2019’, as well as the country’s coat of arms.

 

2019 South African Krugerrand 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The 2019 Krugerrand continues this legendary tradition in a new metal. Much like its gold sibling, the Silver Krugerrand offers investors a great way to own low-premium bullion. Whereas the 2017 Silver Krugerrand was marketed as a higher-premium collector coin, the 2019 as was the 2018 edition is priced at a slim margin over melt. Its market premium is comparable to the Silver Maple Leaf, Britannia, Kangaroo, and Philharmonic. Unlike the other sovereign coins in its class, however, the Krugerrand offers multi-generational demand and recognition. Gold investors have turned to the Krugerrand for over 50 years; now they can own this trusted coin in silver too.

The 2019 1 oz Silver Krugerrand also features its face value as part of the obverse design. The original reverse design of a leaping springbok antelope is also sharper and more defined thanks to the latest computer technology and laser etching techniques. The obverse of this prestigious 2019 silver coin features the well-known portrait of Paul Kruger by Otto Schultz.

 

2019 African Shoebill 1 oz Rwanda Silver Bullion Coin

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

The coin features an African shoebill mother and her baby, with the continent of Africa above them on the Obverse. The coin also features the inscriptions ‘African Ounce’, ‘2019 and the fineness of the coin, The reverse of the coin bears the seal of Rwanda, along with the monetary value of 50 Francs.

 

2019 Somalian Elephant 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

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.

 

2019 African Lunar Pig 1 oz Rwanda Silver Bullion Coin

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

The reverse feature is a unique take on the Pig symbol which represents 2019 in the Chinese lunar calendar, as the sow and her piglets are beautifully portrayed in mosaic form, giving the feature a distinct African flare. Also on the reverse, the Chinese character for ‘PIG’, along with the coin title, the year of issue, the words ‘lunar ounce,’ and details of weight purity and metal content.

The obverse features the official seal of Rwanda, along with the words, ‘National Bank of Rwanda’, written in Kinyarwandan, which is the official language of Rwanda. Also on the obverse, the coin’s unique denominational value, in numerical form and written in Kinyarwandan.

The official currency of land-locked, East African country, Rwanda is the Rwandan franc, which is subdivided into 100 centimes.

 


American Bullion coins:

 

2019 Montserrat The Emerald Isle 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Emerald Isle will be the Fourth issue in the new EC8 coin program. Issued from the country of Grenada, this coin is the fourth of eight releases in this historic series featuring low mintages and rich designs.

The EC8 (Eastern Caribbean Bank) program will consist of four coins minted in 2018 on behalf of each of the eight Caribbean island members that comprise the ECCB – Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The ECCB is the official issuer of the Eastern Caribbean Dollar the Currency of the EC8 2018 Coin Program.

 

2019 Grenada The Diving Paradise 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Diving Paradise will be the Fifth issue in the new EC8 coin program. Issued from the country of Dominica, this coin is the third of eight releases in this historic series featuring low mintages and rich designs.

The EC8 (Eastern Caribbean Bank) program will consist of eight coins minted in 2019 on behalf of each of the eight Caribbean island members that comprise the ECCB – Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The ECCB is the official issuer of the Eastern Caribbean Dollar the Currency of the EC8 2018 Coin Program.

 

2019 Somoan Seahorse 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

Issued from the Island nation of Samoa comes a new low mintage bullion coin featuring a beautiful seahorse adorned by a mosaic motif, almost appearing as a stained glass window. The dynamic, artistic appeal makes this 1 oz Silver BU a true stand out.

The Seahorse, named as such for its horse-like head, is native to the tropical waters surrounding the Samoan Islands in the South Pacific Ocean and can most often be found feeding or hiding in the ocean’s mangrove forests and sea grass beds.

 

The Norse Dragon 1oz World of Dragons Silver Bullion Round

The fourth release in this exciting 6-design series celebrates the Norse Dragon. Part dragon and part serpent, the Norse dragon (also called Nidhogg) was a terrifying beast. Bright scales covered his body, knifelike claws adorned his feet, bat-like wings unfurled from his sides, and piercing horns erupted from his head. Bent on civilization’s destruction, Nidhogg lived in the darkest whirlpool of the underworld, gnawing at the sacred tree of life that held the nine Nordic worlds of the cosmos together.
Nidhogg has earned a special place in pop culture in recent years, inspiring dragon characters in several popular video games such as the World of Warcraft. And Marvel fans may remember in the film Captain America:The First Avenger that it is Nidhogg’s eye that forms the button found in a carving of the sacred tree, which is pushed to reveal the Tesseract.

 

2019 Dominica The Natural Isle 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The EC8 (Eastern Caribbean Bank) program will consist of four coins minted in 2018 on behalf of each of the eight Caribbean island members that comprise the ECCB – Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The ECCB is the official issuer of the Eastern Caribbean Dollar the Currency of the EC8 2018 Coin Program.

The astounding natural beauty of the island nation of Dominica is poignantly captured by its common name, the “Nature Isle of the Caribbean.” An actively-evolving volcanic island of the Eastern Caribbean, Dominica is part of the Lesser Antilles chain. Dominica is lush with pristine rainforests and mountainous volcano-peaks, presenting some of the most interesting hiking experiences in the region. Home of Boiling Lake, one of the largest geothermal-active lakes in the world, demonstrates the powerful on-going effects of the deep volcanic activity.

 

2019 Coca Cola Santa 1oz Fiji Silver Bullion Coin

Scottsdale Mint is pleased to announce a special limited mintage release; The 2019 Coca-Cola 1 oz Silver Holiday Coin.

Santa Claus and Coca-Cola are global pop culture icons that have been intertwined in holiday advertising since the 1920s, so much so that Coca-Cola actually helped to shape the image of Santa Claus as we picture him today.

These special edition holiday coins are manufactured and distributed by Scottsdale Mint, are legal tender in Fiji, and have a limited mintage of only 25,000 pieces. Each weighing one troy ounce, struck in .999 fine Silver, these coins ship in Scottsdale Mint’s patented Certi-Lock® security and authentication packaging.

REVERSE: features the iconic image of Santa Claus enjoying an ice-cold Coke. The detailed artwork is skillfully sculpted and struck in crisp, pure silver. The original image was painted by artist Fred Mizen in 1930 for a Coca-Cola ad and depicted Santa in a crowd drinking a bottle of Coke.

OBVERSE: the Fijian Coat of Arms over a textured backdrop of soft, drifting snow, a nod to the poem ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas ( A Visit from St. Nicholas ): As you tilt the coin back and forth in the light you will recall the line from the poem: “The moon, on the breast of the new-fallen snow, gave a luster of midday to objects below…”

 

2019 St Helena Chinese Trade Dollar Restrike 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

It became necessary to produce a special dollar for trading in the British Colony when the price of Silver rose rapidly in value between 1875 and 1895. The Silver price disturbed trading and resulted in a very serious shortage of minted dollars. To overcome the threat of a currency famine, The Royal Prerogative of the English sovereign gave approval in 1894 for the minting of a special British Dollar for general use in Far Eastern Trade.

The legendary Empress Dowager Cixi had a quest to modernize China’s economy and the new Silver Chinese coin of 1889 was struck following the reorganization of Chinese weights and measures. The need for the trade dollar was the surge in western merchants looking to trade with China following the opening of Opium Wars. The Chinese Trade Dollar was minted in the same specification as the Spanish 8 Reales and became known as “silver dragons” or “dragon dollars”.

 

2019 John Wick 1oz Continental Silver Bullion Round

Releasing just in time for John Wick® Chapter 3: Parabellum, these are replicas of the coins featured in the John Wick® films!

In this secret underworld, goods and services are not purchased with traditional currency or credit cards, but with Gold coins exclusive to their community. These coins play an important role in the movie by allowing Wick to purchase everything from firearms to a clean suit.

Obverse: Features a lion in Stride with a large shield as a background. The word ” Ens Causa Sui” has shown on the top and “MMI” on the bottom

Reverse: Displays an image of a blindfolded woman to hold a sword and shield in one arm and leaves. In addition, a Latin word phrase ” Ex Unitae Vires” shown on the top.

 

2019 St Kitts & Nevis Pelican 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Brown Pelican will be the second issue in the new EC8 coin program. Issued from the country of St. Kitts and Nevis, The collection is the Second collaboration between the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank and the Scottsdale Mint to issue gold and silver bullion coins on behalf of the eight member nations of the ECCB.

Known as the EC8, this collection will include coins for Antigua & Barbuda, Anguilla, Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The Rum Runner design is first up and focuses on the role of rum in the regions history.

 

The Chinese Dragon 1oz World of Dragons Silver Bullion Round

The third release in this exciting 6-design series celebrates the Chinese dragon, one of the oldest and most powerful symbols in Chinese history. With the body of a serpent, the scales of a fish, the head of a crocodile, and the wings of an eagle, the dragon has been a protective and benevolent symbol of strength, good luck, and nobility in Chinese culture for over 5,000 years.

This limited edition 1 oz Silver Chinese Dragon round will be minted to demand until October 2019.

 

2019 Antigua & Barbuda Rum Runner 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The 2019 1 oz Antigua & Barbuda Rum Runner Silver Coin is the Second release in a planned series of eight coins. The collection is Second collaboration between the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank and the Scottsdale Mint to issue gold and silver bullion coins on behalf of the eight member nations of the ECCB.

Known as the EC8, this collection will include coins for Antigua & Barbuda, Anguilla, Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The Rum Runner design is first up and focuses on the role of rum in the regions history.

 

2019 Barbados Silver Lionfish 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

This new bullion Silver coin issued by the country of Barbados features one of the most unique fish in the Caribbean Sea, the Lionfish. This limited release has a low mintage of only 10,000 coins.

Pterois is a genus of venomous marine fish, commonly known as lionfish, native to the Indo-Pacific. Also called zebrafish, firefish, turkeyfish, tastyfish or butterfly-cod, it is characterized by conspicuous warning coloration with red, white, creamy, or black bands, showy pectoral fins and venomous spiky fin rays. Pterois radiata, Pterois volitans, and Pterois miles are the most commonly studied species in the genus. Pterois species are popular aquarium fish. P. volitans and P. miles are a recent and significant invasive species in the west Atlantic, Caribbean Sea and Mediterranean Sea.

 

2019 Lady Justice Silver Shield 1oz Silver Bullion Round

The 2019 1 oz Silver Shield Justice marks the beginning of the New Four Cardinal Virtues Series.

Lady Justice feels divine radiance of justice emanating from within.

Justice, Prudence, Temperance, and Courage mark the four essential traits for a virtuous life.

They mark each of the four psychological archetypes each of us must master as well.

 

2019 American eagle 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

The official U.S. 1 ounce silver bullion coin are among the best known 1 ounce silver bullion coins on the market today.
Minted by the United States starting in 1986, the 1 ounce pure silver coin has its weight and purity certified by the US Mint.
The obverse design features a rendition of Walking Liberty by Adolph Weinman and the reverse, designed by John Mercanti, features an eagle with shield and thirteen five-pointed stars.

 


 

Asian Bullion coins:

 

2019 South Korea Chiwoo Cheonwang 1 ounce Silver Bullion Medal

This splendid medal is the third release in the Chiwoo Cheonwang silver series from KOMSCO. It displays him in full battle regalia standing tall on a rocky plateau as he gazes upon on the once-active battlefield below. He holds his shield featuring Do ggae bi in one hand and his long sword in the other. The medal carries a special anti-counterfeit feature – the “Ag”-“999” signs -showing differently when looking from distinct angles. Its high quality and incredibly detailed striking make it an excellent addition and a great gift for any fan of the Korean history or supporter of the national soccer team.

 

The 2019 South Korea Zi Sin Scrofa 1 ounce Silver Bullion Medal

The new Zi Sin Series from KOMSCO is also known as the Twelve Guardians. For the Korean people, the belief in the Twelve Guardians reflected a collection of twelve commanders who would lead God’s army in the protection against evil forces coming from all 12 directions. This offered protection to the world from all directions at all times.

The third release in the Zi:Sin Series comes from KOMSCO with the design of Scrofa. The collection features images of the 12 Guardians, with each of the guardians representing leading soldiers in the armies of God. In Korean culture, these individuals represent protectors who serve as the leading edge for the armies of good when facing off with evil in the world.

Scrofa is one of Gods 12 leading warriors. She is known as Justice Haechi and is sworn to protect the scared Salt Lake, a place that serves as the connection between the world of the mortal and that of the immortals. Like other members of the 12 Guardians, she possesses her own unique abilities that give her the upper hand during battle.

On the reverse of 2019 1 oz South Korean Zi:Sin Scrofa Silver Medals is the image of the guardian Scrofa. She is depicted standing at the edge of the Salt Lake with a long sword she is ready to take up in defense of the mortal world. She wears full military dress and looks down in a moment of calm that could represent that moment before the storm. Among her abilities in battle is the power to use her five senses to detect evil forces from afar.

The obverse of 2019 Zi:Sin Scrofa Silver Medals features a common design used on all coins in this collection. Here, youll find the battle shield of Chiwoo Cheonwang that bears the terrifying image of Do ggae bis face.

 

The  GHOST 1 ounce Silver Bullion Medal Version is here !

The 2019 South Korea Zi Sin Scrofa GHOST 1 ounce Silver Bullion Medal

 

2019 Chinese Panda 30 gram 999 Silver Bullion Coin

This years’ design features a mother panda cradling her baby cub. Behind her, a mountain view & next to it The denomination 10 yuan rests near the bear. The reverse of each 2019 1 Oz Chinese Silver Panda boasts one of China’s greatest architectural and historic wonders, the Temple of Heaven. Built from 1406-1420 to celebrate the Harvest Ceremonies of Winter Solstice, the magnificent temple was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988.

 

2019 Bhutan Lunar Boar 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Kingdom of Bhutan proudly issues the inaugural Blessings of Happiness Lunar Coin Collection – The Bhutan Lunar and Attraction series (2016-2027), exclusively minted and marketed by The Singapore Mint. Apart from the proof coin series, the Singapore Mint is producing the bullion coin for this year’s main character – the lunar Boar.

On the obverse of 2019 1 oz Kingdom of Bhutan Lunar Boar Silver Coins is the image of the boar which exudes the liveliness and vigor associated with the creature in the lunar cycle. The legs and ears of the boar are portrayed with large, swirling clouds to emphasize the powerful features of the boar.

The reverse of 2019 Kingdom of Bhutan Lunar Boar Coins includes the Dochula Pass. This mountain pass is home to 108 separate memorial chortens. The pass is located along the route from Thimphu to Punakha and was built by Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuk. She is the eldest Queen Mother and had the memorials constructed in honor of 108 Bhutanese soldiers who died in defense of their country.

 


Australian Bullion Coins:

 

2019 Australian Ram Mob of Roos 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

On the occasion of the Chinese Coin Show “Beijing Coin Show 2019”, the Royal Australian Mint has issued this exceptional “Mob of Roos” silver bullion coin in the quality stamped gloss. The special edition shows the emblem of Australia, the kangaroo, in five different positions. Above the denomination “1 DOLLAR”, a Privy Mark with a panda bear is depicted in a small square. The Panda is the symbol of China and also motif for one of the most famous coins from the Middle Kingdom. The limited Mob of Roos special issue with the Privy Mark Panda Bear comes in a capsule.

  • Special Beijing Coin Expo release
  • Reverse features a Mob of Roos sculpted by Stuart Devlin with a special Panda Bear Privy Mark
  • Obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II as sculpted by Ian Rank-Broadley
  • Limited mintage of 5,000

 

2019 Australian Moon Landing 50th Anniversary 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

When American astronaut Neil Armstrong scrambled down the ladder outside the lunar module Eagle to become the first person to set foot on the moon, he was being watched by 600 million people back on Earth. While many people clearly remember where they were and what they were doing that day on July 20, 1969 when those first ghostly black-and-white images appeared on their television screens, few remember that the signal beamed from the moon’s surface 238,900 miles away actually went through tracking stations in Australia!

To pay tribute to the monumental milestone in human achievement as well as broadcasting it back home to Earth, Australia’s world-renowned Perth Mint has issued a series of one-year-only commemorative bullion coins. Brimming with excitement, these fantastic coins pay tribute to the 50th anniversary of NASA’s successful Apollo 11 mission that landed the first men on the moon. The $1 silver coin portrays a representation of the Saturn-V-rocket, an astronaut and the first footprint of an astronaut on the surface of the moon. The design includes the inscription ’50th ANNIVERSARY OF THE MOON LANDING’.

 

2019 Australian Shipwreck Batavia 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Batavia was the flagship of the Dutch East India Company and was built in Amsterdam in 1628. Within months of its completion, the Batavia departed for the capital city of the Dutch East Indies, Batavia, on October 29, 1628. Its maiden voyage would prove to be its last as the ship was wrecked off the coast of Western Australia.

On the reverse of the 2019 1 oz Australian Shipwreck Batavia Silver Coins is a depiction of the Batavia as it sailed on its maiden voyage. The border design fields incorporate design elements from the actual ships construction. Youll notice that the date of the shipwreck 1629, the name of the ship Batavia, and the coins weight, purity, and metal content are all upside down. When you flip the coin to view these elements upright, this puts the design of the Batavia itself in the position it ultimately came to rest: capsized.

For the obverse design of the 2019 Australian Shipwreck Batavia Silver Coins, the Royal Australian Mint offers the scenes of chaos that plagued the survivors of the Batavia. The ship struck a reef along the Houtman Abrolhos off the coast of Western Australia. 40 of the 341 individuals on the ship perished when it capsized and a mutiny led to the deaths of another 110 men, women, and children from the ship.

 

2019 Black Flag Queen Annes Revenge 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Queen Anne’s Revenge was captained by the legendary Pirate Blackbeard,  This is the first subject of a new series of silver and gold bullion coins from the Perth Mint, Throughout the 17th and 18th centuries, pirates roamed the seven seas, with each ship displaying a unique “black flag” to announce its arrival and make clear mercy would be given only to those who surrendered.

Born around 1680, Edward Teach went to sea at an early age as a sailor on privateer ships during Queen Anne’s War before settling on the Bahamian island of New Providence. He joined the crew of Captain Benjamin Hornigold in 1716 and spent the next two years as a pirate called Blackbeard before being tracked down by forces of the Governor of Virginia, Alexander Spotswood, and killed on 22 November 1718.

 

2019 The Hulk Marvel Series 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Hulk is the alter ego of Dr. Robert Bruce Banner, a weak, socially-challenged physicist. Banner was accidentally exposed to gamma rays during the detonation of an experimental bomb, which transformed him into a green-skinned, muscular humanoid with vast superhuman physical strength when subjected to emotional stress. Today, he is one of a team of superheroes charged with battling evil villains bent on destroying the Earth.

This 1 oz .9999 pure Silver Hulk coin is the 7th release in the officially-licensed Marvel Bullion series struck by The Perth Mint. The Hulk joins his mates Spider-Man, Thor, Black Panther, Iron Man, Deadpool, and Captain America in a bullion lineup of some of the world’s most popular superheroes. With a limited worldwide mintage of only 50,000.

 

The 2019 Australian Super Pit 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

If you’re willing to endure a 15-hour plane flight and then withstand blistering temperatures that routinely top 110 degrees most of the year, then you’re welcome to take a tour of Australia’s Fimiston Open Pit, one of the largest open-pit gold mines in the world – and one of only a few that are open to the general public. If you’re up to the challenge, your eyes will surely be dazzled by the massive canyon-size hole so large that it’s visible from space!

Known colloquially as the “Super Pit,” the Fimiston Open Pit represents several underground mines near Kalgoorlie in Western Australia that were consolidated into a single open pit mine in 1989. The Super Pit is located in an area that was once called “The Golden Mile,” so named for its copious amounts of gold that made it one of the richest square miles on Earth. Today, the pit is more than 2 miles long, nearly a mile wide and is almost 2,000 feet deep.

Now, on the 30th Anniversary of the Super Pit’s birth, Australia is releasing a coin befitting its awe-inspiring namesake. The 2019 Super Pit coin was struck in a full ounce of 99.99% pure silver. The design on this sumptuous $1 legal-tender coin artfully depicts the monumental gold mine set against a backdrop of a blazing Australian sun – just as it would look if you were able to make the trip to the remote area in Western Australia.

Your 2019 Australia One-Ounce Silver Super Pit Coin will come in original Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition, as sharp and crisp as they day it left the mint. In addition, it also includes a special security feature that can be found on the reverse in the form of a micro-laser engraved letter that is detectable only under a magnifying glass.

 

2019 Australian Emu 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

A national animal icon in every sense, the emu has been honoured by The Perth Mint with a new Australian legal tender bullion coin. Struck from 1oz 99.99% pure silver with a superb quality finish, it portrays a detailed representation of an imposing emu striding across an outback landscape.

Just 30,000 of these beautiful silver coins are available worldwide and each is made to the Perth Mint’s exacting standards. The reverse shows an adult emu stalking imperiously across a grassy outback plain. A frosted background ensures that each detail is crisp and clear and the Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark is to the left of the bird. The obverse of the 2018 1oz Silver Australian Emu bears a portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II.

Obverse: Bears the Ian Rank-Broadley likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the face value, year-date, weight, and fineness.

Reverse: Depicts 2 Australian Emu’s on a landscape featuring foliage, grass and trees. The design also includes the inscription AUSTRALIAN EMU, The Perth Mint’s “P” mintmark, the year date, weight and purity.

 

2019 Australian Bird of Paradise 1oz Manucodia Silver Bullion Coin

The Perth Mint’s Australian Bird of Paradise depict the Trumpet Manucode, a species found in the unspoiled wilderness of Queensland’s Cape York.

The Bird Of Paradise is famously associated with northeastern Queensland and the island of New Guinea, where local tribes use its beautiful plumes as currency. The Perth Mint launched the Bird of Paradise series in 2018 with the Victoria’s Riflebird. In 2019, the series continues with the Manucodia, a black bird with purple and green plumes and whose name is derived from the Javanese term “manuk dewata”. “Manuk” means bird and “dewata” means gods.

 

2019 Australian Swan 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

Exquisitely crafted, this Brilliant Uncirculated Silver Swan builds on the success of the Silver bullion Swan first launched in 2017. This 2019 BU Swan continues the limited mintage of 25,000 coins made of .9999 fine Silver.

The Swan is an iconic species that is so synonymous with the Perth Mint itself that it even appears in the Mint’s logo. The Perth Mint’s operations are situated in the heart of Perth, the capital and largest city of Western Australia. Founded in 1829 on the shores of the Swan River, the original colony in the territory was in fact called Swan River Colony, the location of which is now Perth.

 

2019 Australian Double Dragon 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

In Chinese culture, the dragon is revered as a divine mythical creature embodying power, wealth and good fortune. Dragons are frequently depicted in pursuit of the flaming pearl, a metaphor for wisdom and enlightenment, which is often represented swirling through mist, smoke and shadows.

This beautiful limited mintage Silver coin from the Perth Mint features a Chinese themed design honoring the dragon, a divine mythical creature.The coin’s reverse depicts exquisitely detailed representations of a two dragons and a flaming pearl, with a stylized representation of clouds in the background. The design includes The Perth Mint’s “P” mintmark.

 

2019 Australian Welcome Stranger Nugget 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

The world famous Welcome Stranger nugget is the largest-known alluvial gold nugget ever found, estimated to weight a total of 72 kilos and containing almost 2,300oz of gold. After its discovery in 1869 it sold for about 10,000 British pounds, which is the equivalent to millions of dollars today.
The nugget was discovered near the Victorian goldfields town of Moliagul by John Deason on 5 February 1869.
Struck by The Perth Mint from 1oz of 99.99% pure silver, the coin is issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965.
No more than 30,000 of the Welcome Stranger 2019 1oz Silver Bullion Coin will be released.

The reverse of each commemorative coin portrays a representation of the Welcome Stranger nugget with the inscription ‘WELCOME STRANGER 1869’ and ‘AUSTRALIAN NUGGET’. The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, the 2019 year-date, and the coins’ weight and fineness are also included in the reverse design. The Jody Clark effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination are depicted on each coin’s obverse.

 

2019 Australian Apollo 11 Landing 50th Anniversary 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

When American astronaut Neil Armstrong scrambled down the ladder outside the lunar module Eagle to become the first person to set foot on the moon, he was being watched by 600 million people back on Earth. While many people clearly remember where they were and what they were doing that day on July 20, 1969 when those first ghostly black-and-white images appeared on their television screens, few remember that the signal beamed from the moon’s surface 238,900 miles away actually went through tracking stations in Australia!

To pay tribute to the monumental milestone in human achievement as well as broadcasting it back home to Earth, Australia’s world-renowned Perth Mint has issued a series of one-year-only commemorative bullion coins. Brimming with excitement, these fantastic coins pay tribute to the 50th anniversary of NASA’s successful Apollo 11 mission that landed the first men on the moon. The design shows the lunar module resting on the moon’s surface with the iconic image of Neil Armstrong’s footprint seen in the foreground in amazingly sharp detail. Above the design are the word’s MOON LANDING 1969-2019 in a futuristic typestyle.

 

2019 Captain America Marvel Series 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Captain America is the alter ego of Steve Rogers. As a gangly young man, Rogers was given an experimental Super-Soldier serum as part of a secret WWII-era U.S. Army project. The serum transformed the scrawny teen into the peak of human perfection with superhuman stamina, strength, and healing powers. Today, he is one of a team of superheroes charged with battling a horde of evil villains bent on destroying the Earth. Captain America is the personification of American liberty and honor. He harbors a deep sense of justice, sparring with every enemy who threatens those ideals.

This 1 oz .9999 pure Silver Captain America coin is the 6th and final release in the officially-licensed Marvel Bullion series struck by The Perth Mint. Cap joins his mates Spider-Man, Thor, Black Panther, Iron Man, and Deadpool in a bullion lineup of some of the world’s most popular superheroes. With a limited mintage of only 50,000 coins, this spectacular silver piece bearing this legendary comic book character is an excellent addition to any portfolio and a treasured gift for any Marvel fan.

 

2019 Australian Dragon Rectangular 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

In Chinese culture, the dragon is revered as a divine mythical creature, a symbol of power, strength, wealth, and good fortune, and it is often portrayed alongside a luminous or flaming pearl. Dragons are also believed to be the rulers of water and weather.

REVERSE: The coin’s reverse depicts a stylised Chinese dragon chasing a flaming pearl, with clouds in the background. The design also includes The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark.

OBVERSE: The Jody Clark effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the monetary denomination, 2019 year-date and the weight and fineness are depicted on the coin’s obverse.

 

2019 Australian Wedge Tailed Eagle 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 Australian Wedge Tailed Eagle 1 ounce silver bullion coin was designed by the US mints chief Engraver John Mercanti himself on behalf of the Perth mint. Australia’s largest Bird of prey is stunningly captured in this Beautiful designed coin Featuring a Wedge-Tailed Eagle in mid flight with the rays of the sun behind it. The design also features the inscription “AUSTRALIAN WEDGE-TAILED EAGLE,” “2019 1 OZ 999 SILVER” and The Perth Mint’s “P” mintmark. The obverse Features the profile of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, along with the year and face value.

 

2019 Homer Simpson Doh Tuvalu 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

First introduced in 1987, the Simpson family originally appeared in 30-second segments on The Tracey Ullman Show. Two years later, The Simpsons premiered as a half hour-series and instantly became a worldwide pop-culture phenomenon, now seen in 60 countries in 20 languages. In 2018, The Simpsons reached an incredible milestone becoming the longest-running primetime scripted show in television history.

Now in its 30th season, The Simpsons has won 33 Emmy Awards, 34 Annie Awards, a 2017 People’s Choice Award and was the first animated series to win a Peabody Award.  The Simpsons is a Gracie Films Production in association with 20th Century Fox Television. James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, and Al Jean are the Executive Producers.

The coin’s reverse portrays the word “D’OH!” above Homer in his iconic catchphrase pose. A half-eaten glazed donut with sprinkles, Homer’s favourite treat, replaces the letter O in D’OH. Also included in the design is The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, Matt Groening’s signature, and a background of sprinkles from Homer’s famous donut, With a limited issue of only 25,000 coins.

 

2019 Australian Koala 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

The Silver Koala features an ounce of pure Silver and an attractive reverse design that changes each year, This year it features a koala sitting on a tree Branch with the Australian Bush in the background.
The 2019 issue features a koala sitting on a tree branch, The Ian Rank-Broadley likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination are shown on the obverse.

 

2019 Australian Bottlenose Dolphin 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The 2019 Australian Dolphin 1oz Silver Coin is the first in a new bullion series from the Royal Australian Mint, and features a graceful bottlenose dolphin leaping out of the water against the sunrise. The intricate detail of the Bottlenose Dolphin shines in this low mintage Brilliant Uncirculated coin from Australia.

In various cultures, the Dolphin symbolizes happiness, power and protection. The bottlenose dolphin is known for its high intelligence and charisma. Its outward appearance appears friendly with its curved mouth, giving the appearance of a permanent smile. Usually located in warm, tropical oceans, the bottlenose dolphin tends to live in groups, and they have been found to remember individual dolphins even after being apart for 20 years. The dolphin is also a highly emotionally intelligent creature, and has the second largest encephalization levels of any mammal on the planet, meaning its brain-to-body mass ratio is one of the highest.

 

2019 Australian Kangaroo 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

The kangaroo is the largest marsupial alive on Earth today. The animal’s distinct style of movement, hopping on its hind legs, using its large, muscular tail for balance, means it is one of the only animals which is unable to move backwards easily. An iconic symbol of Australia, the kangaroo is featured in the Australian national emblem alongside the emu.
 
Obverse: Bears the Ian Rank-Broadley likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the face value.
Reverse: Features the classic red kangaroo design by Dr. Stuart Devlin, surrounded by a radiating design, along with a micro-engraved “A”  which appears under magnification.
 

2019 Australian Kookaburra 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

The Australian Kookaburra 1 ounce Silver Bullion Coin Famous for its cackling laugh, the native bird is pictured standing on a sunken tree branch with the setting sun reflected on a rippling waterway. The sixth image of the Queen to appear on Australian coins since Her Majesty’s accession to the throne in 1952, she faces right in keeping with tradition.

2019 Australian Kookaburra 10 oz Silver Bullion Coin

this coin also comes in  the 10 ounce version link above:

 

2019 Australian 1 oz year of the Pig Silver Bullion Coin

This coin also comes in: 2019 Australian 10 oz Year of the Pig Silver Bullion Coin & 2019 Australian year of the Pig 1/2 ounce Silver Bullion Coin

The Year of the Pig is the twelfth animal in the 12-year cycle of the Chinese zodiac. These coins are struck at the Perth Mint in Australia with a purity of 999 silver. In Chinese astrology the animal signs assigned by year represent what others perceive you as being or how you present yourself. It is a common misconception that the animals assigned by year are the only signs and many western descriptions of Chinese astrology draw solely on this system. In fact, there are also animal signs assigned by month (called inner animals), by day (called true animals) and hours (called secret animals).

 


British Bullion Coins

 

The 2019 Alderney Puffin 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Alderney Puffin Five Pounds Silver Bullion coin features a striking image of a Puffin in .999 fine Silver. The 1 troy oz coin has a limited mintage of 10,000 coins worldwide.

Around the world, puffins are known by several different names. In the Shetland and Orkney Islands off Scotland’s northern coat the name for a puffin is Tammie Norrie and in Iceland and Norway they are called lundi or lunde, Puffins have predominantly black or black and white plumage, a stocky build, and large beaks. Most people recognize the puffin by its colorful beak but it is born with a dull beak which changes over the years.

 

2019 Silver Valiant 1oz Royal Mint Silver Bullion Coin

A timeless adventure, St George and the dragon is one of England’s most famous legends – a timeless story of honour, courage and victory. – this is the story of St George and the dragon. In 2019, The Royal Mint has reinvented this tale for modern times and the overseas investment market.

Artist Etienne Millner’s interpretation of England’s patron saint features prominently on the one ounce and ten-ounce Bullion Silver Valiant Coin. The action of the design seems to fill the coin, giving it an exciting sense of vibrancy.

The obverse bears an artist’s rendering of Elizabeth II in profile, also set to magnificent effect against a field of micro-engraved dot-texturing. Also on the obverse, Elizabeth II regal title, as well as the coin’s unique denominational value.

The dragon depicted was, according to legend, terrorizing a town, which the hero encountered on his travels. Not only did he bring peace back to the townspeople, he also rescued their fair princess, from deep in the dragons lair ….more than worthy of commemoration in coin! Celebrate both British storytelling and diversify your portfolio with a 1oz 2019 Royal Mint Valiant silver coin today.

 

The 2019 Royal Coat of Arms 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

First appearing in 1983, the iconic design by Eric Sewell has been reinterpreted by Timothy Noad for 2019. This design exemplifies the royal heritage which each monarch inherits during their reign and features the heraldic devices which have lasted through the ages, such as the Lion of England and Unicorn of Scotland supporting the shield.

The 2019 Royal Coat of Arms 1oz Silver Coin features a detailed design showing the Royal Coat of Arms; a shield flanked by the Lion of England and the Unicorn of Scotland. Below the shield, a thistle, Tudor rose and shamrock are depicted, which represents Scotland, England and Ireland. Details of the coin’s weight, fineness and year-date are also shown.

The obverse of the coin bears the fifth portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on a guilloche background design, and the monetary denomination of 2 Pounds.

 

The 2019 Silver Valiant 10 oz Royal Mint Silver Bullion Coin

A timeless adventure, St George and the dragon is one of England’s most famous legends – a timeless story of honour, courage and victory. – this is the story of St George and the dragon. In 2019, The Royal Mint has reinvented this tale for modern times and the overseas investment market.

Artist Etienne Millner’s interpretation of England’s patron saint features prominently on the one ounce and ten-ounce Bullion Silver Valiant Coin. The action of the design seems to fill the coin, giving it an exciting sense of vibrancy.

The obverse bears an artist’s rendering of Elizabeth II in profile, also set to magnificent effect against a field of micro-engraved dot-texturing. Also on the obverse, Elizabeth II regal title, as well as the coin’s unique denominational value.

 

The 2019 Queens Beasts 10 oz Black Bull Silver Bullion Coin

The 2019 Black Bull is the Fifth of 10 designs depicting the Queens Beasts from the background of Her Majesty The Queens coronation, where ten heraldic beasts stood guard, The 2018 Black Bull of Clarence is the Fifth of 10 designs depicting the Queens Beasts from the background of Her Majesty The Queens coronation, where ten heraldic beasts stood guard, reimagined and Beautifully designed by Royal Mint Coin Designer Jody Clark. Jody also created the latest definitive coinage portrait of The Queen to appear on United Kingdom coins. His bold interpretations of the Black Bull of Clarence will be the Fifth coin to be released.

 

The 2019 UK Queen’s Beasts Yale of Beaufort 2oz Silver Coin is the seventh release from the exclusive Royal Mint bullion range, featuring an original reverse design. The coin’s reverse features a stylised version of the Yale of Beaufort, holding a shield. The year-date and ‘Yale of Beaufort’ also feature.

This two ounce silver bullion coin is the seventhth 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 yale is a mythical beast. It descends to The Queen through Henry VII, who inherited it from his mother, Lady Margaret Beaufort, who played a central role in the Wars of the Roses. Her position as matriarch of the Tudor dynasty gave the yale prestige and symbolic meaning.

This two-ounce silver bullion coin features another original portrait by Royal Mint coin designer Jody Clark. The yale has been portrayed as a creature of regal stature, both rare and magnificent. Its most prominent feature is its horns which are a focal point in the design.

 

2019 Silver Britannia Oriental Border 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Beautiful design of this Oriental Border Silver Britannia is accompanied by a limited mintage of 50,000 coins,  first appearing on coins in the Far East in the nineteenth century, Britannia has become a trusted symbol to investors in the Far East, instantly recognizable as the face of the British Trade Dollar.

For 2019, The Royal Mint has struck this coin fine Silver, flanked by an ornate oriental border inspired by the Chinese-themed rooms at Buckingham Palace and the Royal Pavilion in Brighton.

 

2019 Buckingham Palace 1 oz Landmarks of Britain Silver Bullion Coin

Buckingham Palace is only fitting to be the last coin in the Landmarks of Britain series, due to its significance of being the London residence and headquarters of the United Kingdom monarchy. While The Queen holds many official events and receptions at the famous landmark, the State Rooms are open to visitors for touring in the summers. Buckingham Palace has 775 rooms, with 19 State rooms, 52 Royal and guest bedrooms, 188 staff bedrooms, 92 offices and 78 bathrooms. The palace is also the center and focal point for significant national celebrations.

 

The 2019 Silver Britannia 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Silver Britannia’s are the official royal mint silver bullion Coin of Great Britain, Britannia coins are British bullion coins that have been issued by the Royal Mint in silver since 1997. Britannia silver coins contain one troy ounce of silver and have a face value of £2. The 2019 coins have a millesimal fineness of 999 silver.

 

2019 Queens Beasts 10 oz Unicorn of Scotland Silver Bullion Coin

The 2019 Unicorn of Scotland is the Fourth of 10 designs depicting the Queens Beasts from the background of Her Majesty The Queens coronation, where ten heraldic beasts stood guard, reimagined and Beautifully designed by Royal Mint Coin Designer Jody Clark. Jody also created the latest definitive coinage portrait of The Queen to appear on United Kingdom coins. His bold interpretations of the Unicorn of Scotland will be the Fourth coin to be released.

Jody also created the latest definitive coinage portrait of The Queen to appear on United Kingdom coins. His bold interpretations of the Welsh Red Dragon will be the third coin to be released.

 

2019 Queens Beasts 2 oz Falcon Silver Bullion Coin

The 2019 UK Queen’s Beasts Falcon of the Plantaganets 2oz Silver Coin is the sixth release from the exclusive Royal Mint bullion range, featuring an original reverse design. The coin’s reverse features a stylised version of the Falcon of the Plantaganets, holding a shield depicting a falcon within an open golden ‘fetterlock’ or padlock. The year-date and ‘Falcon of the Plantaganets’ also feature.

This two ounce silver bullion coin is the sixth 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.

 

2019 Lunar Pig 1 oz UK Silver Bullion Coin

The 2019 UK Lunar Pig 1oz Silver Coin is the sixth coin in the Royal Mint’s Shēngxiào Collection in celebration of the Year of the Pig, the last of the 12 animals associated with the ancient Chinese lunar calendar. The reverse design features a mother pig, nursing her piglets against a countryside night sky backdrop, along with the inscription ‘Year of the Pig 2019’. Also detailed upon this side of the coin is the weight and fineness.

The obverse design depicts the fifth portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on a guilloche background design, and the monetary denomination of £2.

The design perfectly captures the traits associated with people born in the Year of the Pig. The country house, with smoke coming from the warm fire, set beneath a drowsy night sky, suggests calmness. While the pig, with her children, symbolises family, loyalty and generosity.

 


Canadian Bullion Coins:

 

2019 Canadian Grizzly 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Canadian Grizzly is the Fourth in the line of the new Canadian Predator Series,
The grizzly is a massive animal that often strikes an imposing figure by standing on its hind legs to showcase its brute strength and size in an effort to ward off intruders. The grizzly is also very mobile for an animal of its size and that mobility is showcased in this shocking design.
The Royal Canadian Mint has again shown that it is rightly one of the most famous mints in the world. The finest details, the best possible forgery protection and an eye-catching design distinguish the Predator series Grizzly. Therefore, it is understandable that such a coin – especially with such a high fine content – is only minted in small issues.

 

2019 Canadian Incuse Maple Leaf 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Silver Maple Leaf’s famous design gets a new look with incuse striking, a process that sinks or stamps the image into a one-ounce planchet of .9999 pure silver. Both the reverse and obverse are incuse struck to create a crisp, precise image with enhanced definition and clarity. The reverse of each 1oz 2018 Incuse Silver Maple Leaf is stamped with Walter Ott’s famous maple leaf motif; except for enhanced security features, the design is little-changed since it made its first appearance in 1988. The coin’s obverse features an incuse portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II by Canadian artist Susanna Blunt.

 

2019 Canadian Maple Leaf 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Canadian maple leafs are among the purest & well known 1 ounce silver bullion coins on the market today.
The Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coin was first struck in 1988 by the Royal Canadian Mint. The obverse of the coin features an image of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, and, on the reverse, is the image of Canada’s national symbol, the maple leaf. The universal element of all silver maple leaf coins is the phrase “Fine Silver 1 oz Argent Pur” along the bottom of the reverse of the coin, referring to the coin’s weight and 99.99 fine silver content.

 


European Bullion Coins:

 

2019 Allegories Columbia & Germania 1oz Silver Bullion Round

The obverse portrays a wonderfully stunning representation of two powerful guardians. Columbia, representing the United States, and Germania meet together on common ground; the common European past they historically share. Neither display weapons, whether defensive or aggressive. This day, each display their flag, the symbol of their national independence, as well as the values and principles upon which they stand. They have joined hands in friendship and unity that they may continue to walk together in mutual respect and peace. Two powerful, historical lands represented by two beautifully strong and fully-capable female guardians. The Allegory is rich with symbolism.
The background is filled with a distinctive guilloche pattern that really makes Columbia and Germania prominently stand out. Inscriptions “ALLEGORIES . 1 OZ . 999.9 FINE SILVER.” are displayed within a narrow band encircling the rim. An attractive texture fills the band.

 

2019 Irish Elk Giants of the Ice Age 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Second 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
Megaloceros is an extinct genus of deer whose members lived throughout Eurasia from the early Pleistocene to the beginning of the Holocene and were important herbivores during the Ice Ages. The largest species, Megaloceros giganteus, vernacularly known as the “Irish elk” or “Giant elk”, is also the best known. They are thought to be most closely related to the living Dama deer.

 

2019 Equilibrium Yin Yang Chromosome 1oz Silver Bullion Round

Butterfly in Balance
The obverse displays a very distinctive design fitting well into the coin’s theme. The Iran Rank-Broadly effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is in the coin’s center inset with inscriptions, “ELIZABETH II” encircling the top, and “TOKELAU” at the bottom. Within the rim-band at the top are the inscriptions “1 oz FINE SILVER 999” and at the bottom “5 DOLLARS.” Also depicted in the rim-band is a stylized DNA string.
The reverse features a remarkably stylized image of a butterfly, integrating the balancing yin-yang elements into its pair of wings. Its head is also represented by the yin-yang symbol, while its segmented body displays a DNA double helix coil. The background on either side of the butterfly’s wings portrays lines of code representing Human genome Chromosome 1. Above and below the wings display very fine lines, emanating from the coin’s center to the rim. Inscriptions include, “EQUILIBRIUM” encircling the top rim, and “2019” at the bottom.
This beautifully designed 2019 Silver 1 oz Tokelau Equilibrium BU coin represents an extremely timely theme.

 

2019 Germania Oak Leaf 5 Mark 1oz Silver Bullion Round

The obverse displays a beautifully detailed image of an oak leaf and an acorn. A distinctive guilloche pattern fills the background, that really makes the images prominently stand out. Inscriptions “OAK LEAF . 999.9 FINE SILVER.” are displayed within a narrow band encircling the rim. An attractive texture fills the band.

Historically, the oak tree was very special to the Germanic peoples. As noted by the mint, “The design of the coin is devoted to the theme of an oak tree. The Germanic peoples treated this plant with greatest reverence, they worshiped the oak and believed that ghosts and gods lived inside it. It was also believed, that its fruit, acorns, were responsible for fertility, which was one of the magical abilities of an oak tree.”

 

2019 Austrian Robin Hood 825th Anniversary 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Now, on the 825th anniversary of this historic event, the Austrian Mint has released a limited-edition, 3-coin series commemorating its creation. The 2019 Austria 1 oz Silver Robin Hood is the third and final issue in the series and features the legendary Robin Hood in his classic cloak and hood. Whether Robin Hood really existed is uncertain. However, England’s extreme taxation of its people to raise King Richard’s ransom caused violent social unrest in the country, which historians believe led to the origin of the legend of Robin Hood.

The reverse image of Robin Hood portrays the legendary vigilante in his traditional hooded cloak, as he pulls back his bow string, aiming to fire a pair of arrows forward.

The obverse features a modernized rendition of the official seal of Duke Leopold V, depicting an armored knight on horseback with a shield and banner in his grip. Inscribed “REPUBLIK OSTERREICH,” “1,50 EURO,” “1 UNZE FEINSILBER” and “2019.”

 

2019 Woolly Mammoth Giants of the Ice Age 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

First 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 Wooly Mammoth is an extinct species of the family of elephants. This type lived about 800 thousand to 600 thousand years ago in Siberia and northern Eurasia and North America. At the end of the Pleistocene woolly mammoth died out in many parts of its range. But partly it survived regionally in some remnant populations into middle Holocene (1800 v. Chr.)

 

2019 Allegories Germania & Britannia 1oz Silver Bullion Round

For millennia, people have identified their homeland with a mother figure – their primary source of food, care and love. In the Western world, the first feminine personifications of nations usually came from the image of Athena and took the Latin names of the ancient Roman provinces, such as Germania, Polonia, Britannia and Italia.

The Germania Mint The Allegories series pays tribute to these extraordinary “mothers of nations” that for centuries have offered sanctuary in history’s most trying moments. For the first time in the history of numismatics, Germania “will meet” with other legendary personifications in symbolic circumstances.

 

2019 Austrian Wiener Neustadt 825th Anniversary 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Three silver anniversary jubilees make the founding myth of the Mint Vienna tangible and tell a gripping story: In the presence of the
In 1191, after the capture of the city of Akkon, it came between two crusaders, Leopold V and the English king Richard the Lionheart, to quarrel over the spoils. In December 1192 Richard was arrested on the return journey to England in Erdberg, then a suburb of Vienna.
Finally, Leopold’s ransom demands were met. The immense amount of silver that had been forced out of the English people led to the creation
the legend of Robin Hood. Leopold used this silver treasure to found Wiener Neustadt and the first Vienna mint.

Unlike most other cities, Wiener Neustadt did not develop gradually over time, but was founded and constructed for strategic reasons on barren land at the easternmost tip of the Austrian Alps, south of Vienna. A fortified stronghold, it was designed to help secure the duchies of Austria and Styria against the Kingdom of Hungary.

 

2019 Nikola Tesla Remote Control 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Nikola Tesla did more to change the world than just about any other historical figure. He earned over 280 patents and contributed to countless inventions that were patented by other people. His greatest contribution was his induction motor, which powers the world through alternating current (AC). The Serbian Mint began a series to honor him with a new series last year. Each coin celebrates the scientist and ones of his inventions. This Remote Control is part of a mintage of 50,000 pieces. It was struck from one ounce of .999 fine silver at the Serbian Mint. It will arrive in GEM Brilliant Uncirculated condition.

This series will run for several years with each coin commemorating some of Nikola Tesla’s greatest inventions. Nikola Tesla is one of the most brilliant minds in history and his inventions helped propel our future.

The inventor’s name is inscribed along the rim in English and Serbian Cyrillic on either side of his portrait on the obverse. That portrait shows him in the iconic pose for which he is best known. His head rests on his hand as he looks toward the holder. At the bottom are the inscriptions “ELECTRICAL VISIONARY” and “POWERING THE FUTURE.”

His boat, which he used to demonstrate his remote control, features on the reverse. Above it is an inscription that marks a milestone for it, “120TH ANNIVERSARY REMOTE CONTROL.” Below are the inscriptions “WIRELESS TRANSMISSION” and “2019,” while the US patent number and date are included to the left. Rim inscriptions provide the issuing country’s name in Serbian both in Latin and Cyrillic characters. The two inscriptions are divided by the Serbian coat of arms. The coin’s weight, purity, and face value fill the bottom half of the rim.

 

2019 Austrian Leopold V 825th Anniversary 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

The first of three coins celebrating the 825th Anniversary of the Vienna Mint is dedicated to a key figure in the monetary history of Austria. A man whose legacy still continues today, Duke Leopold V would no doubt approve of the coin struck in his honour, as it not only contains one ounce of fine silver but is also a coveted collector piece.

In 1191, two crusaders, Duke Leopold V of Austria and King Richard ‘The Lionheart’ of England, quarrelled during the capture of the city of Acre. In December 1192, on his way home from the Holy Land, Richard was taken prisoner by Leopold on the outskirts of Vienna. Held in the Castle of Dürnstein, legend has it that Richard was located by his minstrel Blondel, who travelled from castle to castle singing a song that only he and his master knew. The huge ransom in silver, which Leopold managed to extort from the English in return for Richard’s release, was used to found the original Mint in Vienna in 1194. Leopold also used the silver to settle the land and build strongholds such as Wiener Neustadt. Leopold’s achievements helped Ostarrichi, as Austria was then known, to become a major European power. The coin shows the knight, crusader, adventurer and statesman dressed for battle.

 

2019 Noahs Ark 1 oz Armenian Silver Bullion Coin

The Noahs Ark investment coin tells The story of Noahs Ark and the Great Flood. a meaningful symbol in Armenian history. On the obverse side of the 2016 1 ounce Armenian Silver Noah’s Ark Coins is the national coat of arms for Armenia. Flanked by an eagle on the left and a lion on the right, Geiger Edelmetalle GmbH in Germany is Given permission by the Central Bank of Armenia to strike the Noahs Ark coins.

 

2019 Austrian Philharmonic 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Austrian Philharmonic is the official Austrian mint Silver bullion coin of Austria, The Austrian Mint’s Philharmonic coin design honours the Vienna Philharmonics orchestra. The obverse of the coin features the great organ of the Musikverein Golden Hall in Vienna, home to the orchestra, along with the date and face value. The reverse features an assortment of musical instruments, including the cello, violin, harp, french horn and bassoon with the inscription, “Wiener Philharmoniker”.

 

2019 Germania 5 Mark 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

“Germania” is the Latin term for Germany, from which the name “Germany” is used in English language today. Due to the connection with patriotic feelings, this word was present mainly in German literature and poetry. In ancient times the area inhabited by Germans east of the Rhine and north of the Danube rivers was called Germania. At that time its first personifications on coins and reliefs appeared, depicting a brave woman – the guardian of the nation.

Obverse
Germania as a personification presents a beautiful woman with long, flowing hair, dressed in a wind-blown dress, with a victory symbolizing laurel wreath on her head. The Amazon wields an imperial sword (Reichsschwert) and a medieval shield with the image of a two-headed eagle, which is also the main motif of the coin’s reverse.

Reverse
The two-headed eagle is a symbol appearing in Roman mythology associated with Janus – the god of all origins, guardian of doors, gates, passages and bridges, the patron of allied agreements and arrangements. Heads facing the opposite symbolize the past and the future. The lightning bolts held in the claws of an eagle are a divine attribute, symbolizing strength and the power of creation and destruction

 


Mexican Bullion Coins:

 

The 2019 Mexican Libertad 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

The official Mexican 1 oz silver bullion coin are among the best known 1 oz silver bullion coins on the market today.

The Mexican Silver Libertad coins are available in 999 quality and in brand new, uncirculated condition. These world renowned coins are among the most popular silver coins released on an annual basis. They are without a doubt the most sought after silver coin minted in Mexico and one of the most popular in all of North America.

 


New Zealand Bullion Coins:

 

2019 Christmas Mickey Mouse 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

This stunning .999 fine Silver coin depicts the lovable Mickey Mouse in a winter wonderland scene, dressed as Santa. There is a mintage of only 15,000 coins available, making this Mickey Mouse Christmas coin a great choice for gift-giving or collecting.

 

2019 Donald Duck Disney 1oz 85th Anniversary Silver Bullion Coin

Donald Duck is now 85 years old, and like Mickey Mouse’s 90th birthday, is getting gold and silver bullion coins to mark the occasion. It’s a pretty standard release from the mint again, with just a 1oz 0.9999 gold and a 1oz 0.999 silver version on offer. Both carry the same basic design, and in our view, it’s a better one than the mouse received. A decent waste-up portrait of this ultra-iconic character takes centre stage, with an increasingly popular starburst pattern of radiating lines filling the background field. This works with varying degrees of success on many of today’s bullion coins – sometimes an enhancement, sometimes detrimental – but it fits in here because of the showbiz connections.

The obverse features the age-old effigy of Queen Elizabeth II by Ian Rank Broadley.

 

2019 Fantasia Mickey Mouse Disney 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

The 1940 film “Fantasia” has gained critical acclaim over the years, and has also won many awards. The film includes 8 parts that are each set to classic music, with one part being “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”, featuring the famous Mickey Mouse. The storyline is similar to the 1797 German poem, and follows an old sorcerer, Yen Sid, and his apprentice, Mickey Mouse. In the scene, Mickey sees Yen working on his magic, and when he leaves, Mickey decides to put on the sorcerer’s hat and try magic on a broom to help complete his chores. He oversteps his limits and is unable to stop the magical broom. Yen Sid comes in just when Mickey is stuck in a whirlpool and is able to help him.

 

2019 Darth Vader Star Wars 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

This 2019 1oz Star Wars series silver coin features an officially licensed image of Darth Vader with the Imperial seal in the background. The close-up shows Vader in Sith Lord attire.

  • The coin features the close-up image of Darth VaderTM with his LightsaberTM, which is polished and frosted. Also, it is set against a light frosted background that features the Imperial logo.
  • Coin’s reverse: Depicts the metal weight and quality, and it has been stamped with the Lucasfilm copyright and New Zealand Mint logo to provide further authenticity.
  • Coin’s obverse: Features the image of Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

 

2019 Roaring Lion of Judah 1 ounce Silver Bullion Coin

The Lion of Judah is the symbol of the Hebrew tribe of Judah (the Jewish tribe). According to the Torah, the tribe consists of the descendants of Judah, the fourth son of Jacob. The association between Judah and the lion, most likely the Asiatic lion, can first be found in the blessing given by Jacob to his son Judah in the Book of Genesis.

The Lion of Judah is also mentioned in the Book of Revelation, as a term representing Jesus, according to Christian theology. The lion of Judah was also one of the titles of the Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie and was depicted on the flag of Ethiopia from 1897-1974. Due to its association with Selassie, it continues to be an important symbol among members of the Rastafari movement.

 

2019 Disney Lion King 25th Anniversary 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Disney’s The Lion King is one of the iconic animated films which first released in 1994. The movies won 2 Academy Awards for the music and a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture. The story is about a young lion cub, Simba, and his life through adulthood. It has announced a remake of the film and was launched on July 19, 2019.

 

2019 Tree of Life 1 ounce Silver Bullion Coin

The intricately designed obverse depicts The Tree of Life As a Young Almond Tree Blossoming with New Shoots In Early Spring. The Inscription Reads in Hebrew for Yahweh – The Memorial Name of the One Who Gives True Life. Also, note the extremely unique radial lines that swirl around TH tree. This is sure to thrill any investor looking for that one-of-a-kind look.

State of the Art Microengraving, visible under magnification with instruments such as a coin loupe, can be seen in the tree trunk of The Tree of Life. The engraving reads: “You Shall Know The Truth”

On the reverse of this coin, you’ll find Ian Rank-Broadley?s rendition of Queen Elizabeth II?s effigy, along with the year of mintage and the legal tender value assigned to this coin: $2 (NZD).

 

2019 Starfish 1 ounce Cook Island Silver Bullion Coin

The 2019 Starfish 1 ounce Cook Island Silver Bullion Coin. is a new design different from the bounty depicting a Starfish with the denomination of 1 dollar, one ounce, cook islands, silver star & fine silver 9999 writen around the edges of the starfish on top on the web like background.
The reverse of this coin shows a Beautiful Starfish on its new web like background, the obverse a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II the year 2019 and Cook islands.

 

2019 Hawksbill Turtle 1 oz New Zealand Silver Bullion Coin

A continuation of the silver Taku coin series from the New Zealand Mint, the brand new 2019 $2 Niue Hawksbill Turtle coin combines the increasing popularity of 1 oz pure silver with a design that pays homage to the beautiful natural environment of New Zealand. The mint has struck only 200,000 of these new coins with each one containing 1 troy ounce of .999 fine silver.

 

2019 Clone Trooper Star Wars 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The fourth release in the STAR WARS bullion series by the New Zealand Mint features the Clone Trooper, in 1 ounce of .999 fine Silver. This limited mintage coin features the metal weight, NZ Mint logo and Lucasfilm copyright for further authentication.

Features an officially licensed, close-up image of an armed Clone Trooper running into battle, against a backdrop of the Imperial logo. The reverse also features the metal weight, purity, stamp of the Lucasfilm Ltd. copyright and New Zealand Mint logo for further authentication.

 


More coins will be added as they become available

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Sincerely Martin


2018 Silver Bullion Coins New Releases

 

2018 Silver Bullion Coins New Releases

Dear Readers,
As the New 2018 Silver Bullion Coins are released in the coming months by the various national mints I will add them to this blog with pictures and a brief description & comment.

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


African Bullion coins:

 

2018 African Leopard Rep of Ghana 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Republic of Ghana Silver African Leopard coin is issued by the Scottsdale Mint, a private minting facility in the United States. The series debuted in 2017 and is set to feature different reverse designs each year. This years design focuses on the unique practice of lardering their prey.

Leopards are the second-largest wild cat on the African continent behind the African lion. Leopards are typically much smaller than lions in weight, with long bodies capable of climbing trees with ease. Leopards historically had a range that included North Africa, but for the most part, are found in Sub-Saharan Africa.

 

2018 Mandala Lion Chad 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

This first release of the Republic of Chad Mandala series features a striking image of the fierce Lion in .999 fine Silver. The 1 troy ounce coin has a limited mintage of 15,000 coins worldwide.

The fearless lion is a symbol for courage, bravery and power, and has been portrayed as such in various depictions since ancient times. The strength and resilience the King of the Jungle represents makes it the perfect animal to be featured on the first release of the unique Republic of Chad Mandala coin series. Each coin in the series will have a unique design and different animal featured. The changing designs and limited mintages makes this series an enticing series for collectors and investors alike.

 

2018 Cameroon Imperial Dragon 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 Cameroon Imperial Dragon 1oz Silver Coin comes in Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition With a 25,000 mintage, it is the first coin in a program partnered with Cameroon featuring dynastic Chinese imagery.

This coin emulates a production of the official Jiajing Emperor workshops of the Chinese Ming Dynasty and features a fine detailed depiction of the imperial dragon. The dragon is seen holding the Chinese character ‘sheng’, which means ‘divine’ or ‘imperial majesty’, and the characters above signify ‘to add’ or ‘to support.’

The obverse features the coat of arms of the Republic of Cameroon, along with the weight and fineness of the coin.

 

2018 African Wildlife Leopard Somalian 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

World debut from Somalia, the new African Wildlife Series “Leopard”. The new series will appear with an annually changing motive. This beautiful coin was struck from one ounce of pure silver in uncirculated quality. The reverse features a full image of a leopard looking back over his left shoulder. In the background is a natural setting of a rocky landscape. The obverse displays the Somalian Coat of Arms with two Leopards on it. Leopards are graceful and powerful big cats. They are the fourth largest cats in the world after Tiger, Lion and Jaguar. No other big cat climbs so high and is as tall as the leopard. In order to protect his prey against predators, he often stores his prey on branch forks. The coins will be delivered in capsules. The mintage is limited to 30,000 pieces worldwide.

 

2018 South African Krugerrand 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 Krugerrand continues this legendary tradition in a new metal. Much like its gold sibling, the Silver Krugerrand offers investors a great way to own low-premium bullion. Whereas the 2017 Silver Krugerrand was marketed as a higher-premium collector coin, the 2018 edition is priced at a slim margin over melt. Its market premium is comparable to the Silver Maple Leaf, Britannia, Kangaroo, and Philharmonic. Unlike the other sovereign coins in its class, however, the Krugerrand offers multi-generational demand and recognition. Gold investors have turned to the Krugerrand for over 50 years; now they can own this trusted coin in silver too.

The 2018 1 oz Silver Krugerrand also features its face value as part of the obverse design. The original reverse design of a leaping springbok antelope is also sharper and more defined thanks to the latest computer technology and laser etching techniques. The obverse of this prestigious 2018 silver coin features the well-known portrait of Paul Kruger by Otto Schultz.

 

2018 Rep of Congo Silverback Gorilla 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Silverback Gorilla Coin program is the result of a partnership between the African nation of Congo and the USA-based, privately-held Scottsdale Mint. The Mint has, over the past few years, partnered with many other sovereign nations to strike legal tender bullion coinage on their behalf.

Each of these coins is struck using 1 troy ounce of 0.999 pure silver. Morever, since they are recognized as legal tender in Congo, they bear face values of 5,000 Francs as well!

The obverses feature the name of the issuing country (REPUBLIQUE DU CONGO), its face value, and the National Emblem of Congo. On the other hand, the reverses feature the main attraction — the majestic Congo Silverback Gorilla. This year’s design displays a close-up shot of this mammal, capturing its intimidating stare perfectly.

 

2018 Rwanda Nautical Series 1 oz Endeavour Silver Bullion Coin

The HMS Endeavour was the ship explorer James Cook commanded on his first voyage to Australia and New Zealand from 1769-1771. In April 1770 the HMS Endeavour became the first ship to reach the east coast of Australia. Continuing the voyage to New Zealand, where no European ship arrived since Abel Tasman’s Heemskerck 127 years earlier, the Endeavour continued and rounded the Cape of Good Hope on 13 March 1771 to reach the English port of Dover on 12 July 1771.

 

2018 African Giraffe 1 oz Rwanda Silver Bullion Coin

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

The coin features a mother and baby Giraffe, with the continent of Africa above them on the Obverse. The coin also features the inscriptions ‘African Ounce’, ‘2018 and the fineness of the coin, The reverse of the coin bears the seal of Rwanda, along with the monetary value of 50 Francs.

 

2018 African Lunar Dog 1 oz Rwanda Silver Bullion Coin

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

The coin’s reverse features a unique mosaic style rendition of man’s best friend, the Dog, with contrasting texturing to further highlight its features. Framing this art-scape, the Chinese character for ‘Year of the Dog’ and the same title in English, as well as the coin’s purity, year of release and series name.

The obverse feature is an intricate portrayal of the Rwandan coat of arms, complete with its host of Rwandan heritage symbols. Below the image you’ll see the number 50, as this coin has a denominational value of 50 Francs (legal tender), as well as the words ’50 Francs’ and ‘National Bank of Rwanda,’ all written in Kinyarwanda, the national language of Rwanda

 

2018 Somalian Elephant 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

The Somalian Elephant was the First 2018 silver bullion coin to be released this year it 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.

 


American Bullion coins:

 

2018 Anguilla The Lobster 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 EC8 Anguilla Lobster coin depicts a stylized lobster design surrounded by a beautiful pattern of swirling ocean water, against a proof-like mirror finish. Lobster is one of the most common and important exports in Anguilla’s cultural history. Tourism is now a mainstay of Anguilla’s economy, but other important economic activities include fishing, especially for lobster and conch, and constitutes a major export to other parts of the Caribbean and the United States. Due to its internationally recognized culinary community, the island of Anguilla has enjoyed a reputation as “the culinary capital of the Caribbean”.

Anguilla is a British overseas territory in the Caribbean. It is one of the most northerly of the Leeward Islands in the Lesser Antilles, lying east of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands and directly north of Saint Martin. The territory consists of the main island of Anguilla, approximately 16 miles (26 km) long by 3 miles (4.8 km) wide at its widest point, together with a number of much smaller islands and cays with no permanent population. The island’s capital is The Valley. The total land area of the territory is 35 square miles (91 km2), with a population of approximately 14,764 (2016 estimate).

 

2018 St Vincent The Grenadines Seaplane 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 EC8 St. Vincent & the Grenadines coin depicts a Seaplane landing in the Caribbean Sea. Imagine an island chain uncluttered by tourist exploitation, with white-sand beaches on deserted islands, sky-blue water gently lapping the shores, and barely a soul around. The seaplane is a common method of transportation as SVG alone has 32 islands and cays to explore. This multi-island Caribbean nation offers a combination of rainforest eco-adventures, scuba diving, classic Caribbean powder-white sand beaches, luxury accommodation and yachting or sailing adventures.

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a country in the Lesser Antilles island arc, in the southern portion of the Windward Islands, which lies in the West Indies at the southern end of the eastern border of the Caribbean Sea where the latter meets the Atlantic Ocean. The sovereign state is also frequently known simply as Saint Vincent. Its 389 km² territory consists of the main island of Saint Vincent and the northern two-thirds of the Grenadines, which are a chain of smaller islands stretching south from Saint Vincent Island to Grenada. Most of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines lies within the Hurricane Alley.

 

2018 St Vincent The Grenadines Seaplane 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 EC8 St. Vincent & the Grenadines coin depicts a Seaplane landing in the Caribbean Sea. Imagine an island chain uncluttered by tourist exploitation, with white-sand beaches on deserted islands, sky-blue water gently lapping the shores, and barely a soul around. The seaplane is a common method of transportation as SVG alone has 32 islands and cays to explore. This multi-island Caribbean nation offers a combination of rainforest eco-adventures, scuba diving, classic Caribbean powder-white sand beaches, luxury accommodation and yachting or sailing adventures.

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a country in the Lesser Antilles island arc, in the southern portion of the Windward Islands, which lies in the West Indies at the southern end of the eastern border of the Caribbean Sea where the latter meets the Atlantic Ocean. The sovereign state is also frequently known simply as Saint Vincent. Its 389 km² territory consists of the main island of Saint Vincent and the northern two-thirds of the Grenadines, which are a chain of smaller islands stretching south from Saint Vincent Island to Grenada. Most of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines lies within the Hurricane Alley.

 

2018 Montserrat The Emerald Isle 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 ECCB Montserrat coin depicts the Montserratian territorial flag, a blue ensign with the British Union Flag in the canton and the coat of arms of Montserrat.  The coat of arms consist of a shield featuring a lady in green representing Erin, the female personification of Ireland holding a golden harp with one arm while embracing the Cross, symbolizing Christianity, in the other arm.

Montserrat is located in the Leeward Islands of the Eastern Caribbean, which is part of the chain known as the Lesser Antilles, in the West Indies. It is a British Overseas Territory whose nickname, “The Emerald Isle of the Caribbean” is derived from its resemblance to coastal Ireland and for its Irish ancestry (prisoners, indentured servants, forced laborers, and loyal opposition soldiery) of many of its inhabitants who began arriving on the island around 1632.

 

2018 Grenada The Diving Paradise 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 ECCB Grenada coin depicts scuba divers exploring beautiful coral reefs and a centuries old shipwreck in the ocean depths off of the coast of Grenada. Grenada, known to many around the world as The Spice Isle of the Caribbean, is world renowned for not only its natural beauty, ship wrecks and its spices such as nutmeg but also its spectacular scuba diving. Boasting some of the most gorgeous coral reefs in the Caribbean and a one of a kind underwater sculpture park, Grenada is a scuba diver’s paradise.

Grenada is a country in the West Indies in the southeastern Caribbean consisting of the island of Grenada and six smaller islands at the southern end of the Grenadines island chain. It is located northwest of Trinidad & Tobago, northeast of Venezuela and southwest of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

 

2018 St Helena US Trade Dollar Restrike 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

It became necessary to produce a special dollar for trading in the British Colony when the price of Silver rose rapidly in value between 1875 and 1895. The Silver price disturbed trading and resulted in a very serious shortage of minted dollars. To overcome the threat of a currency famine, The Royal Prerogative of the English sovereign gave approval in 1894 for the minting of a special British Dollar for general use in Far Eastern Trade.

These coins were given an Eastern look to help ensure acceptance by countries outside of British dominion. They also did not indicate a country of origin on the coin which helped allow them to circulate throughout China where they were readily accepted as a medium of exchange. To indicate that the coin was genuine, Chinese merchants would occasionally stamp the coins with a “chopmark” or “counterstamp” to indicate that the coin was genuine or perhaps to advertise their businesses. Chopmarks do not adversely affect the value of these coins in the secondary marketplace.

 

This 2018 Cayman Islands Marlin 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

This is the second coin of a series released by the Scottsdale Mint for the Cayman Islands. These coins have a 50000 limited mintage, which further adds to their collectibility and strong bullion appeal, Each Silver Marlin coin comes in an airtight coin capsule.

Obverse: Displays the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II is shown over a wave-like surface, which brings the entire obverse and reverse of the coin together.
Reverse: Features A spectacular image of a Blue Marlin arcing in the air as it jumps from the water, a light mist trailing the sport fish. Its long bill is vividly portrayed across the coin, recreating the effect of the Marlin using its bill as a weapon to stun or injure its prey. Surrounding the marlin is a nautical rope border with the Royal Cypher of Queen Elizabeth II surmounted by St. Edward’s Crown.

 

2018 American eagle 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

The official U.S. 1 ounce silver bullion coin are among the best known 1 ounce silver bullion coins on the market today.
Minted by the United States starting in 1986, the 1 ounce pure silver coin has its weight and purity certified by the US Mint.
The obverse design features a rendition of Walking Liberty by Adolph Weinman and the reverse, designed by John Mercanti, features an eagle with shield and thirteen five-pointed stars.

 


Australian Bullion Coins:

 

2018 Deadpool Marvel Series 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 1 oz Deadpool Silver Bullion Coin is the fifth in a series of Marvel Comic-themed coins to be released. The first coin in the series was the 2017 Spiderman. The second coin was the 2018 Thor coin. The Third was the 2018 Black Panther. The fourth was the 2018 Iron Man coin. each with a beautiful design these coins are a product of the Perth mint in Australia.

On the reverse of 2018 1 oz Tuvalu Deadpool Silver coins is the image of the anti-hero. Deadpool has been portrayed in two feature films to date by actor Ryan Reynolds. Fitting for Reynolds, the character has a tendency to constantly joke and is known to break the fourth wall by talking to the audience throughout films. Deadpools depiction on the coin includes his figure standing imposingly with his arms crossed and his swords visible over his shoulders.

The obverse side of 2018 Tuvalu Deadpool Silver Coins includes the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. This is the fourth-generation design of Queen Elizabeth created in 1998 by Ian Rank-Broadley for the Royal Mint. The design has been in use throughout the Commonwealth since 1998 and depicts the Queen in right-profile relief.

With a limited issue of only 50,000 coins, this spectacular silver piece bearing this legendary comic book character is an excellent addition to any portfolio and a treasured gift for any Marvel fan.

 

2018 Australian Tiger and Dragon 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The dragon is the most significant beast in the cultural history of China. It is revered as a mythical being that embodies power, wealth, and good fortune. Those in Chinese society who are believed to possess good fortune are often associated with the dragon, while emperors have longed used the dragon as a symbol of their own power and wealth.

In Chinese culture, the tiger also plays a significant role. The tiger is viewed as a lucky animal as well and has been held in high regard for centuries. A symbol of power and bravery, the tigers common stripe pattern on its head reflects a design similar to that of a crown. Although these two beasts appear to circle one another on the new 2018 1 oz Australian Dragon and Tiger Silver Coin as foes, they are actually a good pairing.

The reverse of the 2018 1 oz Australian Dragon and Tiger Silver Coins includes the image of a tiger prowling on the left side of the design field as a dragon circles on the right side of the field. In Chinese feng shui, the dragon and tiger are a perfect match for one another and mesh together in ideal fashion on the face of these coins.

On the obverse of the new Australian Dragon and Tiger Silver Coin is Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty serves uniquely as the Queen of Australia, a title she does not hold in all Commonwealth nations, and features on these coins in the right-profile portrait created in 1998 by Ian Rank-Broadley for the Royal Mint of England.

 

2018 Australian Bird of Paradise 1 oz Victorian Riflebird Silver Bullion Coin

The bird of paradise is famously associated with the island of New Guinea. It’s beautiful plumes are used as currency by local tribes and worn as adornments during cultural ceremonies.

A remarkable example is Victoria’s riflebird. Known as the “duwuduwu” to the indigenous Yidinji people, it was recorded by naturalist John Macgillivray in 1848 and subsequently named after the reigning of Queen Victoria.

In color, the male bird’s similarity to the uniforms of contemporary British riflemen is the purported reason for its common title. Velvety black, the plumage includes areas of iridescent greenish blue, purple and bronze which are used to showy effect during its theatrical courtship dance.

This flamboyant display involves a series of nodding, weaving and flapping movements. As a dramatic finale, the bird holds its head high while arching its wings up skyward in a dramatic call for a mate.

 

The 2018 Australian Swan 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

Exquisitely crafted, this Brilliant Uncirculated Silver Swan builds on the success of the Silver bullion Swan first launched in 2017. This 2018 BU Swan continues the limited mintage of 25,000 coins made of .9999 fine Silver.

This coin is the second annual series of 1 oz limited mintage Silver Swan coins with designs varying each year, The design depicts the iconic Swan and her cygnet gracefully swimming on the water’s surface. The design includes the purity and The Perth Mint’s “P” mintmark.

 

2018 Iron Man Marvel Series 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 1 oz Iron Man Silver Bullion Coin is the fourth in a series of Marvel Comic-themed coins to be released. The first coin in the series was the 2017 Spiderman. The second coin was the 2018 Thor coin. The Third was the 2018 Black Panther each with a beautiful design these coins are a product of the Perth mint in Australia.

Billionaire industrialist, playboy, genius scientist, inventor – Tony Stark is all of those things. But for millions of comic book fans around the world, he is known as Iron Man. Tony’s alter ego was born out of desperation. Severely injured while being kidnapped, Tony’s captors thought they were forcing him to build a weapon that would make them invincible. Instead, Tony built a suit of armor that he used to save his own life and escape. Thus the Invincible Iron Man was born.

Iron Man made his first appearance for Marvel Comics in 1963 in the pages of “Tales of Suspense.” After several years of sharing the title with other characters, Iron Man received his own book in 1968. Since then he has gone on to even bigger fame as a key member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, where he is portrayed by actor Robert Downey, Jr. In his latest film saga, April 2018’s “Avengers: Infinity War,” Iron Man teams up with Captain America, Thor, the Hulk and the rest of the Avengers to battle Thanos, the Mad Titan who is bent on attaining god-like powers and controlling the universe.

 

2018 Australian Wedge Tailed Eagle 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 Australian Wedge Tailed Eagle 1 ounce silver bullion coin was designed by the US mints chief Engraver John Mercanti himself on behalf of the Perth mint. Australia’s largest Bird of prey is stunningly captured in this Beautiful designed coin Featuring a Wedge-Tailed Eagle feeding its chick while another flys towards the nest. The design also features the inscription “AUSTRALIAN WEDGE-TAILED EAGLE,” “2018 1 OZ 999 SILVER” and The Perth Mint’s “P” mintmark. The obverse Features the profile of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, along with the year and face value.

 

2018 Australian Emu 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

A national animal icon in every sense, the emu has been honoured by The Perth Mint with a new Australian legal tender bullion coin. Struck from 1oz 99.99% pure silver with a superb quality finish, it portrays a detailed representation of an imposing emu striding across an outback landscape.

Just 30,000 of these beautiful silver coins are available worldwide and each is made to the Perth Mint’s exacting standards. The reverse shows an adult emu stalking imperiously across a grassy outback plain. A frosted background ensures that each detail is crisp and clear and the Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark is to the left of the bird. The obverse of the 2018 1oz Silver Australian Emu bears a portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II.

Obverse: Bears the Ian Rank-Broadley likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the face value, year-date, weight, and fineness.

Reverse: Depicts an Australian Emu on a landscape featuring foliage, grass and trees. The design also includes the inscription AUSTRALIAN EMU, The Perth Mint’s “P” mintmark, the year date, weight and purity.

 

2018 Australian Dragon 1 oz Rectangular Silver Bullion Coin

The Perth Mint has released this 1 oz bullion coin, featuring a Chinese dragon in a unique rectangular format. In Chinese culture, the dragon is revered as a divine mythical creature, a symbol of power, strength, wealth, and good fortune, and it is often portrayed alongside a luminous or flaming pearl. Dragons are also believed to be the rulers of water and weather.

DESIGN: The coin’s reverse depicts a stylised Chinese dragon chasing a flaming pearl, with wind, clouds and water in the background. The design also includes The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark. The Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the monetary denomination, 2018 year-date and the weight and fineness are depicted on the coin’s obverse.

Expected to be one of the years top releases with a 500,000 mintage limit.

 

2018 Black Panther Marvel Series 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 1 oz Black Panther Silver Bullion Coin is the third in a series of Marvel Comic-themed coins to be released. The first coin in the series was the 2017 Spiderman. The second coin was the 2018 Thor coin each with a beautiful design these coins are a product of the Perth mint in Australia.

Black Panther, a Marvel Comics superhero, is seen here in a stance showing his readiness to pounce into action. Created by writer-editor Stan Lee and writer-artist Jack Kirby, Black Panther first appeared in Fantastic Four #52 in 1966 during the Silver Age of comic books. He was the first African superhero to appear in mainstream American comics. T’Challa, king of the fictional African nation of Wakanda, donned the Black Panther identity to protect and defend his land from enemies. The character first appeared in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Captain America: Civil War is 2016. The Black Panther solo film will be released in February 2018, with the character also slated to appear in The Avengers: Infinity War in 2018.

With a limited issue of only 50,000 coins, this spectacular silver piece bearing this legendary comic book character is an excellent addition to any portfolio and a treasured gift for any Marvel fan.

 

2018 Australian Kangaroo 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The kangaroo is the largest marsupial alive on Earth today. The animal’s distinct style of movement, hopping on its hind legs, using its large, muscular tail for balance, means it is one of the only animals which is unable to move backwards easily. An iconic symbol of Australia, the kangaroo is featured in the Australian national emblem alongside the emu.
 
Obverse: Bears the Ian Rank-Broadley likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the face value.
Reverse: Features the classic red kangaroo design by Dr. Stuart Devlin, surrounded by a radiating design, along with a micro-engraved “A”  which appears under magnification.
 

2018 Thor Marvel Series 1 oz Tuvalu Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 1 oz Thor Silver Bullion Coin is the second in a series of Marvel Comic-themed coins to be released. The first coin in the series was the 2017 Spiderman. With a beautiful design this coin is a product of the Perth mint in Australia.

A dynamic rendition of the classic comic design for Thor, Asgardian god of thunder, is featured on the reverse. He holds his enchanted hammer, Mjolnir, which grants him flight and weather manipulation abilities. Thor is a fictional superhero who is based on the Norse mythological god of the same name. Thor first appeared in American comics in 1962, during the Silver Age of comic books. He was created by Stan Lee, Larry Lieber, and Jack Kirby. Thor is perhaps best known in pop culture as a founding member of the superhero team known as the Avengers. The obverse of the 2018 1 oz Tuvalu Thor Marvel Series Silver Coin includes Queen Elizabeth II’s right-profile portrait. This is the fourth-generation image of the Queen on commonwealth coinage, and was created in 1998 by Sir Ian Rank-Broadley.

With a limited issue of only 50,000 coins, this spectacular silver piece bearing this legendary comic book character is an excellent addition to any portfolio and a treasured gift for any Marvel fan.

 

2018 Australian 1 oz year of the Dog Silver Bullion Coin

This coin also comes in:

2018 Australian year of the Dog 1/2 ounce Silver Bullion Coin & 2018 Australian 10 oz year of the Dog Silver Bullion Coin

The Year of the Dog is the Eleventh animal in the 12-year cycle of the Chinese zodiac. These coins are struck at the Perth Mint in Australia with a purity of 999 silver. In Chinese astrology the animal signs assigned by year represent what others perceive you as being or how you present yourself. It is a common misconception that the animals assigned by year are the only signs and many western descriptions of Chinese astrology draw solely on this system. In fact, there are also animal signs assigned by month (called inner animals), by day (called true animals) and hours (called secret animals).

 

2018 Australian Kookaburra 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

The Australian Kookaburra 1 ounce silver bullion coin features a Kookaburra flying at night in front of a full moon. The Ian Rank-Broadley likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination are shown on the obverse. The Silver Kookaburra coins are redesigned every year.

This coin also comes in:

 

2018 Australian Kookaburra 10 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

The Beautiful Australian Kookaburra 1 ounce silver bullion coin features a Kookaburra flying at night in front of a full moon. The Ian Rank-Broadley likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination are shown on the obverse. The Silver Kookaburra coins are redesigned every year and probably one of the best Bullion coins to collect on the market.

 


British Bullion Coins:

 

2018 Gibraltor Royal Coat of Arms 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

In the late 12th century, the Plantagenet King Richard I of England, affectionately known as King Richard the Lionheart, displayed the first-ever Royal Arms of England. The escutcheon (or shield) originally bore 1-2 lions, but a third lion was eventually added by King Richard I – Three lions passant guardant.

King Richard the Lionheart’s Royal Arms of England three lions design would come to serve as the symbol of the King of England and the personal coat of arms of nearly every Plantagenet King for the next 200 years, approximately. King Richard’s three lions remained until 1369 when the Plantagenet King Edward III altered the Royal Arms design to include the fleur-de-lis, reputedly in an effort to strengthen his claim to the French crown.

Beyond the aesthetic appeal of the coin itself, the incorporation of the Tudor Rose into the design signifies the passing of the Plantagenet Dynasty and the birth of the Tudor Dynasty. In the War of the Roses Henry Tudor (King Henry VII) was victorious over King Richard III, the final Plantagenet King.

 

2018 Silver Valiant 10 oz Royal Mint Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 Royal Mint Valiant 10oz Silver Coin features on its reverse a fresh new twist on the classic “George & the Dragon” design by renowned coin designer Etienne Milner. The coins weight, fineness, and year date also appear. Both sides of this coin feature a beautiful guilloche design in the background creating a stylish pattern and texture to the coin.

The reverse feature is a dynamic rendering of St. George on horseback, at the moment when his lance pierces the dragon’s hide; this artful scene is set against a field of light refracting, micro-engraved dot texturing which appears to fan out from the St. George’s position like a halo of light. Also on the reverse, the coin’s year of issue, as well as details of weight, metal content and purity.

The obverse bears an artist’s rendering of Elizabeth II in profile, also set to magnificent effect against a field of micro-engraved dot-texturing. Also on the obverse, Elizabeth II regal title, as well as the coin’s unique denominational value.

The dragon depicted was, according to legend, terrorizing a town, which the hero encountered on his travels. Not only did he bring peace back to the townspeople, he also rescued their fair princess, from deep in the dragons lair ….more than worthy of commemoration in coin! Celebrate both British storytelling and diversify your portfolio with a 10 oz 2018 Royal Mint Valiant silver coin today.

 

2018 Isle of Man Angel 1oz Silver Proof Bullion Coin

Each of these 2018 1 oz Isle of Man Silver Angel Coins is available inside of an individual protective capsule. These coins have what the mint considers a “proof quality” appearance. The coins have frosted design sets which stand out against the proof-like background of the coin.

The Saint Michael design on these Isle of Man coins is inspired by the Medieval Gold Angel coin. This coin was first issued by King Edward IV of England in 1465 as a new issue of the noble coin from the 13th century, Englands first mass-produced gold coin. The value of the original Gold Angels ebbed and flowed over time, ranging from 6 shillings 8 pence to 11 shillings.

On the reverse of the 2018 1 oz Isle of Man Silver Angel Coin is the image of Saint Michael slaying the dragon. This classic concept of the archangel Michael conquering the dragon has been reproduced countless times and is based in part on the concept of the Apocalypse in the Revelation of St. John. The archangel Michael was the commander of the Army of God and squared off against evil forces in the world war between the forces of Heaven and Hell.

The obverse of the Isle of Man Silver Angel Coin features the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. Designed by Jody Clark, who recently created the fifth-generation effigy of Her Majesty for the Royal Mint of England, this right-profile portrait depicts the Queen wearing the royal diadem crown upon her head.

 

2018 Isle of Man Noble 1oz Silver Proof Bullion Coin

The English noble coins were available from 1344 until the reign of King Edward IV in 1464 when the period of so-called Heavy Coinage resulted in a new version of the noble known as the Gold Angel. The original noble designs issued by Englands ruling monarchs featured various reverse designs, but many shared a similar theme of a ship sailing on the horizon on the obverse.

All of these 2018 1 oz Isle of Man Silver Noble Coins borrow heavily from that concept for the reverse design. Each of the individual Isle of Man Silver Nobles you purchase here today come with an individual capsule and what the mint calls a “proof quality” finish. This indicates the presence of frosted design elements and a proof background field for the silver coin.

On the reverse of the 2018 1 oz Isle of Man Silver Noble Coin, youll find a Viking long ship on the horizon. This is a fitting choice for a noble coin for the Isle of Man. Inhabited since 6,500 BC, the Isle of Man was ruled over for long periods of time by Norseman from the 9th century onward. In fact, King Magnus III, King of Norway, ruled over the Isle of Man as the King of Mann and the Isles.

The obverse side of the 2018 Isle of Man Silver Noble Coin features an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. This right-profile portrait was created by Jody Clark, who also created the current Royal Mint of England effigy of the Queen. The ruling monarch of Britain, which now controls the Isle of Man as a crown dependency, is considered the Lord of Mann.

 

The 2018 St Helena The Spade Guinea 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The guinea was once the most respected and internationally recognized coinage in the world. First issued by England in 1663, the guinea gold coins went through various designs and were issued by England and its many overseas colonies for nearly 200 years. The design of the famed Spade Guinea makes its return on a silver bullion coin issued for St. Helena.

Saint Helena is the issuing nation of these beautiful Spade Guinea Shield Silver Coins. Located in the South Atlantic Ocean, Saint Helena is a volcanic island that was first discovered by Portuguese sailors in 1502 and eventually came into British control through a charter issued by Oliver Cromwell.

On the obverse of the 2018 Saint Helena Spade Guinea Shield Silver Coin is the depiction of Queen Elizabeth II. This is the third-generation portrait of Her Majesty to feature on British coinage and was designed in 1985 by Raphael Maklouf. It is accompanied on this face by engravings of the Queens name, year of issue, the nation of issue, face value, and the name of the East India Company.

The reverse of all Saint Helena Spade Guinea Shield Silver Coins includes the Spade Shield version of the royal arms. The Spade Shield arose in 1714 by King George I, the Spade Shield reflects the recent union of the crowns of England and Scotland with the lions on the top half, and the merger of the House of Hanover (of which George I was Elector) is reflected with the white horse on the bottom half. King George III added the Spade Shield design to circulation guineas in 1787.

 

The 2018 Trafalgar Square 1 oz Landmarks of Britain Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 Landmarks of Britain Trafalgar Square 1 ounce Silver Coin is the third in a new series of bullion coins celebrating Britain’s architectural icons, The reverse of the coin features the iconic Trafalgar Square, Renowned for its fountains, architect John Nash designed Trafalgar Square as a cultural space, with the National Gallery housed on the north side. Completed in 1843 at a cost of £47,000, Nelson’s Column honours British naval hero Admiral Horatio Nelson who died defeating the French and Spanish fleets at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. Edwin Landseer’s lions were added later in 1867. Also on the reverse is the coin’s ‘Trafalgar Square’ title, as well as the 2018 year of issue, the coin’s weight and .999 silver purity.

The obverse features a striking profile of Elizabeth II, struck in detail upon a field of unique and geometrically dazzling textural design which far outshines the field on the previous release. Also on the obverse is the coin’s denominational value alongside Elizabeth II’s full regal title.

 

The 2018 Bounty 1 ounce Cook Island Silver Bullion Coin

HMS Bounty was a small merchant vessel purchased by the Royal Navy for a botanical mission. The ship, under the command of William Bligh, was sent to the Pacific Ocean to acquire breadfruit plants and transport them to British possessions in the West Indies. That mission was never completed, due to a mutiny led by Acting Lieutenant Fletcher Christian. This was the famous Mutiny on the Bounty.
The reverse of this coin shows the famous HMS Bounty on its new web like background, the obverse a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II the year 2017 and Cook islands.

 

The 2018 Two Dragons British 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

This year The Royal Mint celebrates 50 years at its current home in South Wales and continues to expand its bullion business into Asia. For this reason, The Royal Mint have produced this coin to pay tribute to the two very different cultures. The Welsh dragon is a fearsome beast, once flown on the banners of the battlefield. In Chinese mythology, dragons can control the elements and are symbols of power and strength.

The 2018 UK Two Dragon 1oz Silver Coin features two legendary dragon. A Welsh dragon and a Chinese dragon appear in the design circling one and other, representing the synergy between British and Chinese culture.

limited to 50,000 mintage

 

2018 St Helena Trade Dollar Restrike 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 St. Helena British Trade Dollar Restrike 1oz Silver Coin features a design based on the early 1900s Silver Trade Dollars. The design shows a standing Britannia, proudly holding her trident and shield, with a Chinese scroll style surrounding the perimiter .

The original Silver British Trade Dollar was issued for trading in the British Colony when the price of Silver rose rapidly in value between 1875 and 1895. This rise in price disturbed trading and resulted in a serious shortage of minted dollar coins, and so The Royal Prerogative of the English sovereign gave approval for the minting of a special British Dollar for use in Far Eastern Trade. These coins were purposefully given an eastern look, and did not include a country of origin to ensure acceptance for use in Far Eastern Trade and circulation throughout China.

 

2018 Queens Beasts 10 oz Welsh Red Dragon Silver Bullion Coin

The Queens Beasts 10 oz Silver Bullion coins Collection will be the first ever 10 ounce silver bullion coins produced by the Royal Mint, inspired by hundreds of years of royal heraldry.

The 2018 Welsh Red Dragon is the third of 10 designs depicting the Queens Beasts from the background of Her Majesty The Queens coronation, where ten heraldic beasts stood guard, reimagined and Beautifully designed by Royal Mint Coin Designer Jody Clark.

Jody also created the latest definitive coinage portrait of The Queen to appear on United Kingdom coins. His bold interpretations of the Welsh Red Dragon will be the third coin to be released.

 

2018 Queens Beasts 2 oz Black Bull Silver Bullion Coin

The Queens Beasts 2 oz Silver Bullion coins Collection will be the first ever 2 ounce silver bullion coins produced by the Royal Mint, inspired by hundreds of years of royal heraldry, The 2018 Black Bull of Clarence is the Fifth of 10 designs depicting the Queens Beasts from the background of Her Majesty The Queens coronation, where ten heraldic beasts stood guard, reimagined and Beautifully designed by Royal Mint Coin Designer Jody Clark. Jody also created the latest definitive coinage portrait of The Queen to appear on United Kingdom coins. His bold interpretations of the Black Bull of Clarence will be the Fifth coin to be released.

 

2018 Pegasus 1 oz Virgin Islands Silver Bullion Coin

The story of Pegasus begins when Perseus is sent to kill one of the three Gorgons – Medusa who had writhing snakes instead of hair.  It was said that anyone unfortunate enough to gaze on her face would turn to stone.  The God Hermes and the Goddess Athena came to aid Perseus with special gifts, including a shield which Perseus used as a mirror so he did not look directly at Medusa.  When Perseus beheaded Medusa it is said that Pegasus was born from the blood of the Gorgon.

After Pegasus had helped Perseus rescue Andromeda, he was carried to Mount Helicon where he was entrusted to the care of the Muses.

Many wanted to capture Pegasus but no one could work out how to tame such a magnificent creature.  After being advised to sleep in the temple of Athena, Bellerophon saw the goddess before him holding a golden bridle.  When he awoke he was alone but the bridle remained.  He ran from the temple and found Pegasus drinking at a spring.  Bellerophon put the charmed bridle on the winged horse’s head with little difficulty and, with the bridle in place, Pegasus became gentle and tame and Bellerophon became his master.

The obverse features the Pobjoy exclusive effigy design of HM Queen Elizabeth II with a reverse frosted effect. In order to maintain the exclusivity of this piece, no more than 50,000 of the 1oz Fine 999. Silver Reverse Frosted Bullion coins will be produced.

 

2018 Silver Britannia Oriental Border 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Beautiful design of this Oriental Border Silver Britannia is accompanied by a limited mintage of 100,000 coins,  first appearing on coins in the Far East in the nineteenth century, Britannia has become a trusted symbol to investors in the Far East, instantly recognizable as the face of the British Trade Dollar.

For 2018, The Royal Mint has struck this coin fine Silver, flanked by an ornate oriental border inspired by the Chinese-themed rooms at Buckingham Palace and the Royal Pavilion in Brighton.

Obverse: Displays the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, along with the face value of 2 pounds on a new for 2018 guilloche design.

Reverse: Features the internationally recognized figure of Britannia standing firm against a powerful gale. Her image has symbolized Britain’s strength and integrity on coinage since Roman times. The inscription “ONE OUNCE 999 FINE SILVER” appears to the left of the trident, while the text “BRITANNIA” is featured to the right of the trident.

 

2018 Tower Bridge 1 oz Landmarks of Britain Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 Landmarks of Britain Tower Bridge 1 ounce Silver Coin is the second in a new series of bullion coins celebrating Britain’s architectural icons, The reverse of the coin depicts an architectural wonder in impressive dimensional depth, over the River Thames, London Bridge (or Tower Bridge, as it is also called) is cut majestically against a field of rippled clouds. Also on the reverse is the coin’s ‘Tower Bridge’ title, as well as the 2018 year of issue, the coin’s weight and .999 silver purity.

The obverse features a striking profile of Elizabeth II, struck in detail upon a field of unique and geometrically dazzling textural design which far outshines the field on the previous release. Also on the obverse is the coin’s denominational value alongside Elizabeth II’s full regal title.

 

2018 Silver Britannia 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Silver Britannia’s are the official royal mint silver bullion Coin of Great Britain, Britannia coins are British bullion coins that have been issued by the Royal Mint in silver since 1997. Britannia silver coins contain one troy ounce of silver and have a face value of £2. The 2013 coins have a millesimal fineness of 999 silver.

 

2018 Queens Beasts 10 oz Griffin Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 Griffin of Edward III is the second of 10 designs depicting the Queens Beasts from the background of Her Majesty The Queens coronation, where ten heraldic beasts stood guard,  reimagined and Beautifully designed by Royal Mint Coin Designer Jody Clark.

Jody also created the latest definitive coinage portrait of The Queen to appear on United Kingdom coins. His bold interpretations of the Lion of England will be the first coin to be released.

 

2018 Queens Beasts 2 oz Unicorn of Scotland Silver Bullion Coin

The fourth Queens Beasts 2 oz Silver Bullion coin produced by the Royal Mint as part of the 10 coin Queens beast Collection, it is inspired by hundreds of years of royal heraldry depicting the Queens Beasts from the background of Her Majesty The Queens coronation, where ten heraldic beasts stood guard, reimagined and Beautifully designed by Royal Mint Coin Designer Jody Clark. Jody also created the latest definitive coinage portrait of The Queen to appear on United Kingdom coins. His bold interpretations of the Unicorn of Scotland is the Fourth coin to be released.

 

2018 Lunar Dog 1 oz UK Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 brings the Year of the Dog, the fifth coin in a series of 12 Lunar coins released by the Royal Mint as part of the The Shēngxiào Collection along with the Chinese number eight, which is believed to be lucky.
Designed by British Chinese artist Wuon-Gean Ho and struck in 999 Silver, The coins reverse design features a terrier, along with the inscription ‘Year of the Dog. 2018’. Also detailed upon this side of the coin is the weight and fineness, along with the Chinese number eight, which is believed to be lucky.
The obverse design depicts the fifth portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on a new guilloche background design, and the monetary denomination of £2.

 


Canadian Bullion Coins:

 

2018 Canadian Wolf 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Canadian Wolf is the Third in the line of the new Canadian Predator Series,
These majestic animals live in packs and roam the forests and tundra by night in search of prey. A background of radial lines draws attention to the detailed rendering of the wolf’s coat and acts as an extra security measure. The mint’s famous maple leaf security detail can also be seen below the wolf. The obverse of each 2018 1oz Predator Series Silver Wolf carries the Susanna Blunt portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II.
The Royal Canadian Mint has again shown that it is rightly one of the most famous mints in the world. The finest details, the best possible forgery protection and an eye-catching design distinguish the Predator series Wolf. Therefore, it is understandable that such a coin – especially with such a high fine content – is only minted in small issues.

The obverse of the coin features an image of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, and, on the reverse, is the image of Canadian Cougar, on the bottom of the coin is the phrase “Fine Silver 1 oz Argent Pur” along the bottom of the reverse of the coin, referring to the coin’s weight and 99.99 fine silver content.

 

2018 Canadian Incuse Maple Leaf 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Silver Maple Leaf is one of the most sought-after investment coins in the world. Valued for its iconic maple leaf design and its outstanding purity and quality, it has been popular with both collectors and investors since it made its debut in 1988. To mark the 30th anniversary of the Canadian Silver Maple leaf, the Mint unveils its first incuse silver coin with a limited mintage of just 250,000.

The Silver Maple Leaf’s famous design gets a new look with incuse striking, a process that sinks or stamps the image into a one-ounce planchet of .9999 pure silver. Both the reverse and obverse are incuse struck to create a crisp, precise image with enhanced definition and clarity. The reverse of each 1oz 2018 Incuse Silver Maple Leaf is stamped with Walter Ott’s famous maple leaf motif; except for enhanced security features, the design is little-changed since it made its first appearance in 1988. The coin’s obverse features an incuse portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II by Canadian artist Susanna Blunt.

 

2018 Canadian 30th Anniversary Maple Leaf 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

2018 marks the 30th anniversary of the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coin program. Introduced nearly a decade after its gold counterpart, the Silver Maple Leaf was notable upon release as the first silver bullion coin with .9999 content.

The design of the sugar maple leaf on the reverse of these coins comes from Walter Ott, and has been in use since 1979 when the Gold Maple Leaf coins debuted. These latest issues feature radial lines in the background on both sides, as well as the micro-engraved maple leaf privy with the Royal Canadian Mint’s Bullion DNA program on the reverse.

On the obverse of all Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coins is the image of Queen Elizabeth II. An effigy of Her Majesty appears on all Canadian coinage, with this fourth-generation design created in 2003 by Susanna Blunt. Blunt was just the 2nd Canadian artist to design the Queen’s portrait for coinage in Canada.

The reverse of the 2018 1 oz 30th Anniversary Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coin bears the sugar maple leaf in the center, with special text honoring the 30th anniversary. Hung around the outer portions of the maple leaf are a “3” and “0” to mark this tremendous milestone in the program’s history.

 

2018 Canadian Maple Leaf 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Canadian maple leafs are among the purest & well known 1 ounce silver bullion coins on the market today.
The Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coin was first struck in 1988 by the Royal Canadian Mint. The obverse of the coin features an image of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, and, on the reverse, is the image of Canada’s national symbol, the maple leaf. The universal element of all silver maple leaf coins is the phrase “Fine Silver 1 oz Argent Pur” along the bottom of the reverse of the coin, referring to the coin’s weight and 99.99 fine silver content.

 


Chinese Bullion Coins:

 

2018 Chinese Panda 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

This years’ design features Features a lone panda holding some bamboo shoots. Behind him, a wall of bamboo rises, slipping into a delicate bamboo-leaf background on the top of the design. The denomination 10 yuan rests near the bear. The reverse of each 2018 1 Oz Chinese Silver Panda boasts one of China’s greatest architectural and historic wonders, the Temple of Heaven. Built from 1406-1420 to celebrate the Harvest Ceremonies of Winter Solstice, the magnificent temple was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988.

 


Mexican Bullion Coins:

 

2018 Mexican Libertad 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

The official Mexican 1 oz silver bullion coin are among the best known 1 oz silver bullion coins on the market today.

The Mexican Silver Libertad coins are available in 999 quality and in brand new, uncirculated condition. These world renowned coins are among the most popular silver coins released on an annual basis. They are without a doubt the most sought after silver coin minted in Mexico and one of the most popular in all of North America.

 


New Zealand Bullion Coins:

 

2018 Mickey Mouse Disney 1oz 90th Anniversary Silver Bullion Coin

The famous and beloved animated mouse was first created in 1928 by Walt Disney, and has become one of the most recognizable characters. He first appeared in the short “Plane Crazy”, and then publicly in the film “Steamboat Willie”. He has starred and made a feature in countless films and shows since then. While the Mickey Mouse design had varied over the years, the love for the friendly mouse has remained. 2018 celebrates 90 years of Mickey Mouse, and the New Zealand Mint has partnered with Disney to create an officially licensed 90th Anniversary collection honoring this precious character.

 

The 2018 Darth Vader Star Wars 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

This 2018 1oz Star Wars series silver coin features an officially licensed image of Darth Vader with the Imperial seal in the background. The close-up shows Vader in Sith Lord attire.
The reverse of these beautifully minted silver coins shows a polished close-up of Darth Vader Holding a light sabar on a matt satin background. The coin’s obverse has an image of HM Queen Elizabeth II.

These 1 oz Star Wars Darth Vader coins contain one troy ounce of .999 silver and are legal tender on the south-Pacific island of Niue with a face value of $2.
Obverse shows a portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II, Legal Niue currency with a face value of $2

 

The 2018 Scrooge McDuck 1 oz New Zealand Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 1 oz Silver Scrooge McDuck  coin from the New Zealand mint features the iconic Walt Disney character, Scrooge McDuck Holding a bag of money!

Scrooge McDuck is a popular Disney character & was created in 1947 by Carl Barks during his time with the Walt Disney Company. Scrooge is Donald Duck’s uncle, and a wealthy business tycoon. He was first characterized as a greedy character, but later was featured as a more charitable and humble philanthropist. Later, he was given his own comic book series, called “Uncle Scrooge”, due to his popularity.

 

The 2018 Double Dragon 1 oz Niue Silver Bullion Coin

The New Zealand Mint legal tender Double Dragon struck in one-ounce of .999 fine silver. The legal tender coin features two majestic dragons chasing the flaming pearl. The dragon is the symbol of power, strength and good luck. The pearl represents spiritual energy, wisdom, prosperity and immortality. The reverse states the weight of one-ounce and the silver fineness .999.

 

2018 Hawksbill Turtle 1 oz New Zealand Silver Bullion Coin

A continuation of the silver Taku coin series from the New Zealand Mint, the brand new 2018 $2 Niue Hawksbill Turtle coin combines the increasing popularity of 1 oz pure silver with a design that pays homage to the beautiful natural environment of New Zealand. The mint has struck only 200,000 of these new coins with each one containing 1 troy ounce of .999 fine silver.

 

2018 Disney Lunar Dog 1 oz New Zealand Silver Bullion Coin

Mickey Mouse is probably one of the most famous cartoon characters created by Walt Disney. In fact, every mention or depiction of this cheeky little mouse prompts a twinge of nostalgia among those who witnessed his antics first-hand, all those years ago.

The reverse sides of these coins celebrate the Chinese Year of the Dog with an adorable depiction of Mickey Mouse accompanied by an artistic rendition of a dog. This side also features the Chinese symbol for ‘dog’ above the aforementioned caricature.

The 2018 1 oz Disney Niue Year of the Dog Silver Coin has a mintage limited to just 10,000 coins.

 

The 2018 Roaring Lion 1 oz Niue Silver Bullion Coin

The Lion of Judah is the symbol of the Hebrew tribe of Judah (the Jewish tribe). According to the Torah, the tribe consists of the descendants of Judah, the fourth son of Jacob. The association between Judah and the lion, most likely the Asiatic lion, can first be found in the blessing given by Jacob to his son Judah in the Book of Genesis.

REVERSE: depicts a majestic Roaring Lion burning with fire as he announces his presence to the world. The Aleph Tav Symbol underneath the beast’s feet reveals his Identity as the Lion of Judah: The strength of the Leader is the Sign of the Covenant. State of the Art Microengraving, visible under magnification with instruments such as a coin loupe, can be seen in the mane of The Roaring Lion. The engraving reads: “And the Truth Shall Set You Free”

OBVERSE: depicts an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II by Ian Rank-Broadley, surrounded by the year of mintage and the denomination.

 


Other International Bullion Coins:

 

The Aztec Dragon 1oz World of Dragons Silver Bullion Round

In ancient cultures, stories about heroes and monsters were an important part of everyday life. They helped people explain objects in the sky, make sense of weather events, or answer life’s big questions. Born around the fire and evolved through word of mouth, tales of these creatures and their supernatural powers were told and retold millions of times from person to person, from trade port to trade port, and from generation to generation – manifesting into a hundred different versions around the world.

The story of the dragon is no different. Dragons have been one of the world’s most popular mythological creatures through the ages, and they continue to stir our imaginations to this day. Almost every culture on earth has its own ancient dragon myth. And we are proud to bring them to life in our new, EXCLUSIVE World of Dragons series in 1 oz silver and copper rounds!

The first release in this exciting 6-design series celebrates one of the earliest recorded dragon myths in history. The limited-edition Aztec Dragon design celebrates Quetzalcóatl, one of the most revered gods in ancient Mesoamerica. A powerful combination of bird and rattlesnake, this feathered serpent was believed to have organized the original cosmos, participated in the creation of mankind, and was related to gods of the wind, the rain, and the dawn. Aztec high priests would even include the name Quetzalcoatl in their titles to denote their high rank.

 

2018 Yin Yang Equilibrium Tokelau 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

For the first time in 2018, the Pressburg Mint is launching the first issue of the Equilibrium series. The Equilibrium series will feature changing designs every year, all pointing out the need for harmony. The first release focuses on the need for harmony between nature and technology.

The Pressburg Mint, also named Bratislavska Mincovna is based in Bratislava, Slovakia and revives the traditional history of the old mint of the country.

 

2018 Nikola Tesla Serbian 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

Issued by the Republic of Serbia, this distinctive silver bullion coin honors Nikola Tesla and his contributions to the modern day supply network of alternating current (AC) electricity. Tesla is credited with creating the induction motor in 1887, a marvel of engineering that ran on the alternating current power system which is still in use today. Mintage of the 40.25 mm diameter bullion coin struck by the Serbian Mint from 1 Troy oz. of .999 fine silver is limited to 50,000.

This series will run for several years with each coin commemorating some of Nikola Tesla’s greatest inventions. Nikola Tesla is one of the most brilliant minds in history and his inventions helped propel our future.

A portrait of Nikola Tesla adorns the obverse, depicting the inventor at the approximate age of forty, with his name inscribed above in English and in Serbian Cyrillic. A small lightning bolt is illustrated below, accompanied by the inscriptions “ELECTRICAL VISIONARY” and “POWERING THE FUTURE.”

Featured on the reverse is Tesla’s induction motor, with the Serbian Republic Coat of Arms and “ALTERNATING CURRENT” above, “LIGHTING THE WORLD” and “2018” below. Additional inscriptions include “REPUBLIKA SRBIJA,” “1 OZ .999 SILVER” and “DINARA 100.”

 

2018 South Korea Zi Sin Canis 1 ounce Silver Bullion Medal

Canis is the Second release in the series with a mintage of 40,000 Medals, As 2018 is the Year of the Dog, this year’s release features the image of Canis, the loyal and faithful canine-like protector of god’s army. Canis bravely stands at the army’s front lines, protecting and guiding the other 12 commanders as they battle mankind’s foes

On the reverse of the 2018 1 oz South Korean Zi:Sin Canis Silver Medal is a depiction of the warrior known as Canis. Reflecting some of the features of a dog, Canis is a loyal and reliable leader. Canis is alert at all times and faithfully sits at god’s side to offer protection 24/7 against any evil. Canis is also known as the spearhead of god’s forces, standing at the front of the armies when they march into battle.

The obverse of all 2018 South Korean Zi:Sin Canis Medals features the depiction of Do ggae bi. This creature is known to mankind as something similar to the hobgoblin of Western culture. His ugly face is powerful enough to ward off evil spirits and was frequently hung by Koreans on the edge of roofing tiles to protect their homes.

 

2018 Dominica The Natural Isle 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Nature Isle will be the third issue in the new EC8 coin program. Issued from the country of Dominica, this coin is the third of eight releases in this historic series featuring low mintages and rich designs.

The EC8 (Eastern Caribbean Bank) program will consist of four coins minted in 2018 on behalf of each of the eight Caribbean island members that comprise the ECCB – Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The ECCB is the official issuer of the Eastern Caribbean Dollar the Currency of the EC8 2018 Coin Program.

The astounding natural beauty of the island nation of Dominica is poignantly captured by its common name, the “Nature Isle of the Caribbean.” An actively-evolving volcanic island of the Eastern Caribbean, Dominica is part of the Lesser Antilles chain. Dominica is lush with pristine rainforests and mountainous volcano-peaks, presenting some of the most interesting hiking experiences in the region. Home of Boiling Lake, one of the largest geothermal-active lakes in the world, demonstrates the powerful on-going effects of the deep volcanic activity.

 

2018 Antigua & Barbuda Rum Runner 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The 2018 1 oz Antigua & Barbuda Rum Runner Silver Coin is the first release in a planned series of eight coins. The collection is a first-of-its-kind collaboration between the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank and the Scottsdale Mint to issue gold and silver bullion coins on behalf of the eight member nations of the ECCB.

Known as the EC8, this collection will include coins for Antigua & Barbuda, Anguilla, Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The Rum Runner design is first up and focuses on the role of rum in the regions history.

The reverse of the 2018 1 oz Antigua & Barbuda Coin includes the image of rum being prepared for shipment. Wooden barrels of rum and a half-empty bottle sit in the sand waiting to be loaded onto a frigate in the waters just offshore. The shipment of rum throughout the Caribbean, West Indies, and North America was often fraught with peril and the British Royal Navy frequently employed small ships to stop pirates from sneaking shipments into heavily taxed regions.

On the obverse of the Antigua & Barbuda Coin is the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. This coin collection uses the fourth-generation right-profile portrait from Ian Rank-Broadley that was created in 1998.

 

2018 St Kitts & Nevis Pelican 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Brown Pelican will be the second issue in the new EC8 coin program. Issued from the country of St. Kitts and Nevis, this coin is the second of eight releases in this historic series featuring low mintages and rich designs.

The EC8 (Eastern Caribbean Bank) program will consist of four coins minted in 2018 on behalf of each of the eight Caribbean island members that comprise the ECCB – Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The ECCB is the official issuer of the Eastern Caribbean Dollar – the Currency of the EC8 2018 Coin Program.
The Brown Pelican is an elegant bird with an over-sized bill and large body. The national bird feeds by “plunge-diving” from as high as 65 feet, using the force of the impact to stun fish before scooping them into its bill. When young, the Brown Pelican is brown on the head, neck, and upper torso of the body, while white below. As it matures, the body becomes a dark brown while the head turns white.

 

The 2018 Somoan Seahorse 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Seahorse, named as such for its horse-like head, is native to the tropical waters surrounding the Samoan Islands in the South Pacific Ocean and can most often be found feeding or hiding in the ocean’s mangrove forests and sea grass beds.
  • Obverse: Features the Samoan crest along with denomination of 2 Tala (Samoa).
  • Reverse: Features an artistic depiction of a Seahorse camouflaged in a sea grass bed near the ocean floor, attempting to elude its many predators. The unique abstract stain-glass design of this coin leaves the investor with the impression that this coin more closely resembles a piece of art than a legal tender instrument.

 

The 2018 South Korea Chiwoo Cheonwang 1 ounce Silver Bullion Medal

This wonderful 50.000 limited edition 2018 South Korea Silver Chiwoo Cheonwang 1 ounce Silver Bullion Medal BU is an exceptional issue from the South Korean Komsco Mint featuring the second design of the well-known legend – the warrior Chiwoo Cheonwang.

Chiwoo Cheonwang is a renowned symbol of South Korean culture and lore. He is known as the God of War in ancient Asian mythology, as well as the 14th leader of ancient Baedal. He wears an intimidating demon-like mask and casts magical spells conveying fear to enemies which seek war against the Korean Nation. His mask also served as the mascot of the Red Devils – the nickname of the passionate supporters’ club of the South Korean soccer team – during the 2002 World Cup.

This splendid medal is the third release in the Chiwoo Cheonwang silver series from KOMSCO. It displays the powerful figure of the God of War, in full armor with his mask donned, holding his sword, but this time mounted on a fearsome warhorse. The medal carries a special anti-counterfeit feature – the “Ag”-“999” signs -showing differently when looking from distinct angles. Its high quality and incredibly detailed striking make it an excellent addition and a great gift for any fan of the Korean history or supporter of the national soccer team.

 

2018 Bhutan Lunar Dog 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Kingdom of Bhutan proudly issues the inaugural Blessings of Happiness Lunar Coin Collection – The Bhutan Lunar and Attraction series (2016-2027), exclusively minted and marketed by The Singapore Mint. Apart from the proof coin series, the Singapore Mint is producing the bullion coin for this year’s main character – the lunar rooster.

The obverse design features the energetic dog in this issue, artistically portrayed to reflect the Kingdom of Bhutan’s natural beauty, via the use of clouds, florals and leaves. Joining this remarkably artful design on the obverse is the year of issue, the ‘Year of the Dog’ title, as well as the coin’s denominational value, weight and purity.

The reverse feature is no less remarkable, being the meticulously engraved emblem of the Kingdom of Bhutan. This exquisite design is encapsulated in a frame, bearing the ‘Kingdom of Bhutan’ legend in both english and native script.

Not only known as one of the happiest country, the Kingdom of Bhutan is also popularly known as the Last Shangri-La of the world. The Kingdom of Bhutan is heavily forested and perched atop of a mountain among the clouds. Home to a stunning natural scenery with an exotic mix of flora and fauna, the Kingdom is also embellished with majestic architectures of Dzongz, Stupas and Monasteries, resulting in a picturesque view from every angle.

 

2018 Noahs Ark 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Noahs Ark investment coin tells The story of Noahs Ark and the Great Flood. a meaningful symbol in Armenian history. On the obverse side of the 2016 1 ounce Armenian Silver Noah’s Ark Coins is the national coat of arms for Armenia. Flanked by an eagle on the left and a lion on the right, Geiger Edelmetalle GmbH in Germany is Given permission by the Central Bank of Armenia to strike the Noahs Ark coins.

 

2018 Austrian Philharmonic 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

The Austrian Philharmonic is the official Austrian mint Silver bullion coin of Austria, The Austrian Mint’s Philharmonic coin design honours the Vienna Philharmonics orchestra. The obverse of the coin features the great organ of the Musikverein Golden Hall in Vienna, home to the orchestra, along with the date and face value. The reverse features an assortment of musical instruments, including the cello, violin, harp, french horn and bassoon with the inscription, “Wiener Philharmoniker”.

 


More coins will be added as they become available

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