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2022 Samurai Ancient Warriors 1oz Fiji Silver Bullion Coin

2022 Silver Bullion Coin New Releases

2022 Silver Bullion Coin New Releases

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Presents the 2022 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:

 

2022 Silverback Gorilla Congo 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Located in the mountains of Africa, the silverback gorilla is an imposing presence that can grow up to six feet tall. Subsisting on an herbivorous diet, the silverback will consume everything from roots and herbs to bark and bamboo. While they may be intimidating, the silverback gorilla has a reputation for being rather gentle and reserved. That is, unless they are threatened, in which case the alpha male will stand up straight and pound its chest to ward off enemies.

Each 2022 1 oz Congo Silverback Gorilla Coin in this online JM Bullion listing was struck at Scottsdale Mint and will arrive to you in new condition. Produced in collaboration with the Republic of Congo, these coins are considered legal tender. They will arrive to you either in individual plastic flips, a tube of 20, or a Scottsdale Monster Box of 500 coins.

The obverse of 2022 Congo Silver Silverback Gorilla Coins features the Congolese coat of arms. In this design, we see a pair of eleph

ants supporting a decorative shield. Upon the shield, there is a lion holding a torch, and above it, there is a large crown. Across the coin’s border, there are inscriptions that read Republique du Congo, 500 Francs CFA.

The reverse side of 2022 1 oz Silver Silverback Gorilla Coins there is a depiction of a silverback gorilla. In this all-new design, the gorilla appears in a forward-facing position from the waist up as it pounds its chest. Whether it is attempting to ward off an enemy or simply announce its authority to its fellow gorillas, this is definitely a creature you do not want to mess with. Inscriptions read Congo Silverback Gorilla, One Ounce .999 Silver, 2022.

 

2022 The Bear Worlds Wildlife 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Bavarian Central mint
Dimensions:
38.6mm
Weight (grams):
31.103
Fineness:
999

The Democratic Republic of the Congo normally uses banknotes for circulation, and does not issue coins in the Congolese Franc currency. However, the country has authorised some foreign mints to issue commemorative and bullion coins under its jurisdiction.

This fourth issue in the annual World’s Wildlife Series is dedicated to the Bear (Ursidae).

The bear is one of the most famous animal species in the world and plays an important role in the mythology and culture of many nations because of its size and strength. The species belongs to the family of mammals and is divided into eight different subspecies. The most well-known subspecies include the polar bear from the Arctic and Northern Canada, the brown bear from North America, Europe and Russia, the giant panda from China, and the American black bear from North America and Mexico. While the animals’ habitat once stretched across the globe, their territory has now been greatly reduced. Ongoing deforestation, illegal poaching, and climate change have led to the classification of some subspecies as endangered.

The reverse design depicts a brown bear in the wild. The majestic animal’s open muzzle reveals its razor-sharp teeth. Around above, the name of the coin: THE BEAR; around below, the name of the series WORLD’S WILDLIFE, divided by a map of the world centred on the continent of Asia.

the obverse of the coin depicts the Coat of Arms of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, which consists of a leopard head surrounded by an elephant tusk to the left and a spear to the right. On a ribbon below, the national motto JUSTICE PAIX TRAVAIL (from French: Justice, Peace, Work), below the Coat of Arms, in small letters the precious metal of the coin: 1 oz Ag 999.9 (one troy ounce of 99.99% silver; the name of the country: REPUBLIQUE DEMOCATIQUE DU CONGO, the nominal face value of the coin: · 20 FRANCS ·. Divided by the Coat of Arms, the date of issue 2022.

 

2022 African Wildlife Leopard Somalian 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The leopard coin is the second animal featured in the African Wildlife series and just like its counterpart, the elephant, it has gained popularity every year with investors and collectors alike. The first year of issue for the leopard was 2018 and the design of the reverse changes every year on this bullion coin. The design always includes the leopard, but it is depicted in a variety of scenes and also can include multiple leopards in the design. The design changes make year of issue unique. The obverse depicts the coat of arms for Somalia.

Bavarian State Mint
The Bavarian State Mint is the oldest company in Munich, at over 850 years old. The mint has a reputation for minting quality circulation coins and collector coins. The mint continues to rely on new methods and technologies, both in production and in the implementation of quality controls to be one of the finest mints.

  • Obverse: Displays the Somalian coat of arms and the date along with the face value of 100 shillings.
  • Reverse: Features a leopard standing on a rugged terrain. The leopard is on high alert and scanning for either prey or predators.

 

2022 Pelican African Wildlife Rwanda 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Each year, the coins of the Rwandan Wildlife African Ounce Series offer a new reverse design element. Each one of these new reverse elements comes with a shared design element, that being the outline of the African continent, and a new element representing a different animal species found on the continent.

Today, there are eight living species of pelicans. Most of the worlds pelicans live between the temperate and tropical latitudes of planet Earth. There is a wide, but patchy distribution of pelicans around the world, with the most common areas of nonexistence being inland South America and the Arctic region.

Obverse

In the obverse design of 2022 Rwandan Pelican Silver Coins, the mint features the image of the national coat of arms. The Rwandan coat of arms comes with a traditional indigenous basket at the center set against a cogwheel in the background. The basket is flanked by branches of coffee and sorghum, with warriors shields flanking the entire seal and the sun rising above. Inscriptions include BANKI NKURU YU RWANDA, AMAFARANGA, 50, and MIRONGO ITANU.

Reverse

For the reverse field of 2022 Pelican 1 oz Silver Coins, you will find a common design element with the African continent dominating much of the design field. In the lower-left field, you will notice two pelicans near a small body of water. The inscriptions on this side include AFRICAN OUNCE, 2022, and 1 OZ FINE SILVER 999.

 

2022 South African Lion 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.

The second issue is dedicated to the Lion. The motive of the silver coin shows a detailed close-up of the head of an adult lion. The inscriptions “SOUTH AFRICA”, “BIG FIVE 2022” and the South African coat of arms are also part of the design.

The reverse shows two halves of an lions head. Placing two of these coins next to each other gives a full close-up portrait of an lion. When several of these coins are placed next to each other, an entire herd of lions appears. In the center, the denomination “FIVE RAND”, the weight “1OZ” and the fineness “Ag 999” are shown. The African lion (Panthera leo) is the largest and most important land predator in Africa. Due to his enormous strength and graceful appearance, the lion is generally considered the “king of animals” – a term that originates from old fairy tales and fables. Since then, the feline predator has been a symbol of power and dominance and has adorned countless coats of arms and flags up to this very day. The impressive roar of the lion can be heard up to 8 kilometers away and is used for communication within the pack members. In the wild, the lion can live up to 20 years – but to this day, the threat from poachers remains great. The Big Five II Lion silver coin in uncirculated quality is limited to only 15,000 pieces worldwide and will be delivered in an illustrated blistercard.

 

2022 South African Krugerrand 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The 2022 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 2022 as was the 2018, 2019 2020, & 2021 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 2022 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 2022 silver coin features the well-known portrait of Paul Kruger by Otto Schultz.

 

2022 African Lunar Tiger 1oz Rwanda Silver Bullion Coin

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

This is the Sixth 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 2022 Rwandan Lunar Tiger 1oz 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 Tiger design is found on the obverse field of 2022 Rwandan Lunar Tiger 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 Tiger and its immediate background. The inscriptions on this face of the coin include Lunar Ounce, 2022, 1 oz Fine Silver 999, and the Chinese symbol for the Tiger around the field. Year of the Tiger is engraved within the design field.

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

 

2022 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.

  • Obverse: Displays the Somalian Coat of Arms and the date along with the face value of 100 shillings.
  • Reverse: Features two elephants, one adult and one calf walking side by side. In the background are some trees and birds flying.
  • Minted at the Bavarian State Mint in Germany.

 


 

American Bullion coins:

 

2022 Daffy Duck Looney Tunes 1oz Samoa Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: MDM Mint
Dimensions:
38.6mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

Some of our favourite animated cartoon characters belong to the Looney Tunes family. The first film series was produced in 1930 and introduced everyone to some of these lovable characters. Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tweety, Road Runner and many more were brought to life for all to enjoy. Looney Tunes characters have been on television, feature films, comic books, video games and music albums.

The currency of Samoa is the Tālā, the name of which is a transliteration of the English words Dollar; it was introduced in 1967. On coinage sometimes the English word is inscribed, especially on commemorative and bullion coins not intended to circulate within the country, Samoa has authorised some private mints to issue coins under its jurisdiction, which come in a variety of sizes – including in the popular silver ounce (1 oz silver) format, such as this one.

This coin also comes in a coloured version:

2022 Daffy Duck Looney Tunes Coloured 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

 

2022 Parasaurolophus 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 ninth issue of the Series Prehistoric Life from the Congo is dedicated to the herbivore Parasaurolophus. The motive of the premium bullion coin, struck from one ounce of 99.99% pure silver, features three Parasaurolophus in a primeval landscape, surrounded by other dinosaurs. Above the Parasaurolophus are the inscriptions “PREHISTORIC LIFE”, “PARASAUROLOPHUS”, “76 – 72 MIO YEARS BC” and the year of issue 2022.

 

2022 Bugs Bunny Looney Tunes 1oz Samoa Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: MDM Mint
Dimensions:
38.6mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

Some of our favourite animated cartoon characters belong to the Looney Tunes family. The first film series was produced in 1930 and introduced everyone to some of these lovable characters. Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tweety, Road Runner and many more were brought to life for all to enjoy. Looney Tunes characters have been on television, feature films, comic books, video games and music albums.

The currency of Samoa is the Tālā, the name of which is a transliteration of the English words Dollar; it was introduced in 1967. On coinage sometimes the English word is inscribed, especially on commemorative and bullion coins not intended to circulate within the country, Samoa has authorised some private mints to issue coins under its jurisdiction, which come in a variety of sizes – including in the popular silver ounce (1 oz silver) format, such as this one.

This coin also comes in a coloured version:

2022 Bugs Bunny Looney Tunes Coloured 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

 

2022 Crocodile & Shark Apex Predators 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: 9Fine Mint
Dimensions:
39.0mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The fourth and final issue of the “Apex Predators” series is titled Crocodile & Shark and features the two apex predators of the sea – the great white shark and the saltwater crocodile.

Both predators display their razor-sharp, bared teeth. They are surrounded by fish and coral reefs.

On the reverse is the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. The denomination, weight and fineness of the coin are also included in the design.

The Great White Shark (Carcharodon carcharias) is probably the most famous and also the most feared sea creature in the world. The apex predator prefers mainly temperate coastal waters and has a jaw with up to 300 teeth in several rows. Just as deadly as it is well known is the fearsome saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus). It is the largest reptile on earth and can live up to 70 years. Not only does it look dangerous, about half of the crocodile attacks on humans are due to the saltwater crocodile. It prefers the tropical regions of Australia, Asia and the Pacific, but it has also been spotted far from land at sea.

 

2022 Liopleurodon 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 eighth issue of the Series Prehistoric Life from the Congo is dedicated to the Liopleurodon. The motive of the premium bullion coin, struck from one ounce of 99.99% pure silver, features a Liopleurodon underwater while hunting for prey. Above the sea-dwelling sauropterygian are the inscriptions “PREHISTORIC LIFE”, “LIOPLEURODON”, “166 – 163.5 MIO YEARS BC” and the year of issue 2022.

The Liopleurodon belongs to the genus of pliosaurs from the Middle to Upper Jurassic period and lived in Europe and South America. It could reach an average length of 12 meters and is thus considered the largest scientifically described pliosaur. According to researchers, their powerful jaws and strong teeth indicate that they fed less on fish and more on larger prey such as other marine reptiles. As a result, they were probably among the apex predators of their time. The first evidence of the species was discovered in 1873 by Henri-Émile Sauvage from a single tooth near Boulogne-sur-Mer in northern France.

 

2022 Tiger & Komodo Apex Predators 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: 9Fine Mint
Dimensions:
39.0mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The third issue of the new “Apex Predators” series is titled Tiger & Komodo and features a powerful Tiger entangled in a fight with a Komodo Dragon.

Both predators show their bared teeth and sharp claws. They are surrounded by a bamboo forest.

On the reverse is the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. The denomination, weight, fineness and year of issue are also included in the design. The komodo is the largest carnivorous lizard in the world and is known for its huge jaw with shark-like teeth. However, it is not only its jaws but also its deadly saliva that make it an apex predator. Just as deadly as it is beautiful, is the largest and ferocious predatory cat in the world – the tiger. He can jump almost 5 meters high and reach a speed of over 60 km per hour. The tiger’s powerful teeth and sharp claws are not to be underestimated either. Few animals can match the strength of the tiger.

  • Obverse: Shows the right-facing profile of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Inscriptions include the country of issue, year of issue, face value, size and purity.
  • Reverse: Features a fierce battle between a Komodo dragon and tiger. They are surrounded by bamboo trees.

 

2022 The Queen’s Virtues Truth 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The second release of the Queens Virtues Series from the East India Company and Issuing Authority of St. Helena has arrived. Following the debut of the series with the allegorical figure of Victory, the collection now moves on to focus on Truth in the second issue of the six-coin series

The six designs set to feature in the Queens Virtues Series of silver coins for sale are based on allegorical figures depicted in the Victoria Memorial outside of Buckingham Palace. The memorial was erected in the years after the death of Queen Victoria in 1901 and it contains several allegorical statues within the design of the monument.

Each one of these statues offered a female allegorical figure reflective of the virtues that were ascribed to Queen Victoria during her glorious reign as Queen of England. The statue at the very top of the monument is Victory, the first figure featured in this series. Now, another of those figures features in the series as Truth is issued second.

Queen Elizabeth II is depicted on the obverse side of the 2022 St. Helena Silver Queens Virtues Truth Coin. This effigy of the Queen is the third-generation design from the Royal Mint that was used from 1985 to 1997. Designed by Raphael Maklouf, it offers a timeless vision of Queen Elizabeth II with the George IV State Diadem on her head.

Truth features in the reverse design of 2022 1 oz Silver Queens Virtues Truth Coins. This image depicts the figure of Truth in left-profile relief as she holds a mirror in her right hand while reaching back to comfort a small child with her left hand. That small child holds a palm branch in its hands.

 

2022 Gigantopithecus 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 seventh issue of the Series Prehistoric Life from the Congo is dedicated to the Gigantopithecus. The motive of the premium bullion coin, struck from one ounce of 99.99% pure silver, features a Gigantopithecus in a jungle landscape interspersed with waterfalls. Above the giant primate are the inscriptions “PREHISTORIC LIFE”, “GIGANTOPITHECUS”, “8 – 0.3 MIO YEARS BC” and the year of issue 2022.

The reverse features the coat of arms of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

The Gigantopithecus belongs to the genus of primates from the family of apes (Hominidae) and lived until 300,000 years ago in the south of China, in northern India and in Pakistan. The largest ape that ever lived reached a height of up to 3 meters and a weight of about half a ton. The closest relative alive today, according to research, is the orangutan, which shares a common ancestor with Gigantopithecus, which probably lived 12 to 10 million years ago.

 

2022 Cougar & Bear Apex Predators 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: 9Fine Mint
Dimensions:
39.0mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The second issue of the new “Apex Predators” series is titled Cougar & Bear and features a powerful bear entangled in a fight with a cougar.

The cougar stands on the branch of a tree, while the bear seems to attack from the ground. They are surrounded by leaves and branches of the tree, showing their sharp claws and bared teeth. On the reverse is the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. The denomination, weight, fineness and year of issue are also included in the design. Grizzly bears and cougars are known to be solitary animals and have very similar diets. They often have to share a habitat on the North American continent, which leads to competition for food, resources and territory. The mintage of the Premium bullion coin struck from 1 ounce of 99.9% silver is limited to 10,000 pieces worldwide.

Obverse: Shows the right-facing profile of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Inscriptions include the country of issue, year of issue, face value, size and purity.

 

2022 Roaring Lion Niue 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Truth Series was launched in 2018 initially as a one-ounce silver coin. Over the next five years, the series has expanded in popularity and demand and now includes silver, gold and platinum coins as well as multiple sizes and finishes. The series includes two coins: the Roaring Lion and the Tree of Life. Each coin is annually produced in all three precious metals and released at different times in the year.

Something that may be unknown about this coin is the hidden “truth” included on every coin. This notable feature adds great value to the series for many customers. Each year, the “truth” changes. The Roaring Lion is released earlier in the year and features the first half of the Truth with the Tree of Life featuring the second half of the Truth. This year, the 2022 1 oz Roaring Lion Silver Coin features a micro-engraved truth of: “All your words are true.” This truth can be found in Psalm 119:160

Struck at the prestigious Sunshine Mint, each coin contains one troy ounce of .9999 pure silver. Each coin also has a face value of two dollars, backed by the New Zealand government. The face value, year of issue and Queen Elizabeth’s effigy can all be found on the obverse face of the coin.

The reverse features the Truth on the band of the crown, with the Lion of Judah symbol above. The Lion is portrayed in great detail. The specifications of the coin, including “ONE TROY OUNCE” and the extraordinary purity of “.9999 FINE SILVER,” are at the bottom of the obverse.

 

2022 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 2022 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 2022 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.

 

2022 Lion & Hyena Apex Predators 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: 9Fine Mint
Dimensions:
39.0mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

The first issue of the new “Apex Predators” series is titled Lion & Hyena and features a powerful lion in conflict with three hyenas. The four animals are standing on a rocky ground. The lion has one paw raised with claws extended – ready to defend itself against the belligerent hyenas.

On the reverse is the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. The denomination, weight and fineness of the coin are also included in the design. Hyenas live in packs, the so-called clans. The individual clan members help each other and often attack their prey together. It happens that lions want to dispute the hyenas their prey – although the hyenas are basically hardly afraid of the big cats and fight back, they have no chance against a full-grown lion. The mintage of the bullion coin struck from 1 ounce of 99.9% silver is limited to 10,000 pieces worldwide.

Obverse: Shows the right-facing profile of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Inscriptions include the country of issue, year of issue, face value, size and purity.

 


 

Asian Bullion coins:

 

2022 Panthera Tigris Laos 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Apmex
Dimensions:
39.0mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

Laos (officially the Lao People’s Democratic Republic) has been using the Lao Kip as its currency since 1955. In normal everyday circulation, it is normally served by banknotes and not coins, The country has however authorised some foreign mints to issue bullion coins under its jurisdiction. These are in standard bullion sizes, such as one ounce of silver – designated as 1 oz Ag, where Ag is abbreviated from Argentum, the Latin word for silver, This coin is the third release in the Tiger (Panthera Tigris) series of premium bullion coins, and is dedicated to the Indochinese tiger.

The Indochinese tiger (Panthera tigris corbetti) is a tiger subspecies found in Myanmar, Thailand, Lao PDR, Vietnam, Cambodia and southwestern China. They prefer mostly forested habitats such as tropical rainforests, evergreen forests, deciduous forests, and tropical and subtropical dry broadleaf forests.

The obverse: of the coin depicts the Pha That Luang (Lao: ທາດຫຼວງ or ພຣະທາດຫລວງ) – a gold-covered large Buddhist stupa in the centre of the capital city of Laos, Vientiane. The shrine dates back to the 3rd century AD, and is is generally regarded as the most important national monument in Laos and a national symbol; it forms part of the national emblem of Laos, Around above, the name of the issuing authority: BANK OF THE LAO PDR (the central bank of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic), Around below, the face value 500 KIP, In small letters around left and right, the precious metal content: 1 oz Ag 999 (one troy ounce of 99.9% silver).

The reverse: design shows the profile of a tiger looking over his shoulder. His mouth is open and teeth are showing, indicating that the tiger has given a warning sign of its presence. He is surrounded by forest foliage, Around left, the inscription PANTHERA TIGRIS (the Latin name of the species), Around right, the date of issue 2022, Around above, 1 OZ FINE SILVER .999 (one troy ounce of 99.9% silver).

 

2022 South Korea Zi Sin Tigris 1 ounce Silver Bullion Medal

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

The Zi:Sin series is back for its 6th release, this time featuring the Guardian known as Tigris. 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. This issue features Tigris wielding a halberd while on the prowl.

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.

The sixth release in the series is this 2022-dated medal depicting the warrior Tigris. Minted in a full ounce of highly pure 99.9% fine silver, it shows the battle-hardened guardian dressed in armor and regalia reflective of the tiger. The sacred weapon he holds in his left hand is a halberd, a two-handed medieval pole weapon that consists of an axe blade topped with a spike and a hook on the back that’s mounted on a long shaft. This weapon was particularly useful in snagging mounted opponents and yanking them to the ground. A forest of bamboo can be seen in the background while a bare-chested, muscle-rippling Tigris surveys what lies ahead of him from the top of a rocky escarpment.

 

2022 South Korea Chiwoo Cheonwang 1oz Silver Bullion Medal

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

Chiwoo Cheonwang, also known as “Jaoji Hwanung” is a legendary warrior from mythical times. He is the 14th successor of ancient Baedal who became “Cheonwang” (Heavenly King). He built weapons of various kinds and controlled weather during battle. The numerous victories won him the mythical title of God of the ward and his legacy continues to have an immense impact for generations. Chiwoo was also the mascot of the Red Devils, the supporter group of the Korean national soccer team that advanced with the team to the semifinals during the 2002 World cup.

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: 2022 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 aiming his powerful bow and arrow.

 

The 2022 Bhutan Lunar Tiger 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 Tiger.

On the obverse of 2022 Kingdom of Bhutan Lunar Tiger 1 oz Silver Coins is an image of a tiger. The tiger shown here is featured in a stylized, cloud-like design that shows the beasts head on the right with its tail on the left. With an ornate frame around the tiger design, the field includes inscriptions of 2022 YEAR OF THE TIGER, NU 200, and 1 OZ 999 FINE SILVER.

The reverse side of the 2022 Kingdom of Bhutan Lunar Tiger Silver Coin comes with a depiction of the emblem of the Kingdom of Bhutan. The emblem reflects the images of two dragons within its design, a nod to the anthem of the nation that is entitled The Thunder Dragon Kingdom. Inscriptions on this side include the English-language text KINGDOM OF BHUTAN with the Bhutanese text as well.

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.

 

The 2022 Chinese Panda 30 gram 999 Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Silver Pandas were first minted in 1983. The first 3 years of mintage were in proof quality condition, and had a limited mintage of 10,000 pieces for each year. No Silver Pandas were struck in 1986, but they have been minted every year since then. Each year, the design of the panda changes making them highly collectible. The only year they didn’t change designs was 2002, which used the same design as 2001.

The People’s Republic of China issues and guarantees the quality of each Silver Panda coin. Silver Panda coins are minted from several mints each year. Those mints include but are not limited to Shenzhen, Shanghai and Shenyang. Unlike the U.S. Mint, these Chinese Mints do not incorporate mint marks to distinguish the difference between each mint. Instead, these mints are known for having minor differences in the design of the coin such as font size, bamboo length and designs of the temple in certain year’s mintages.

 


 

Australian Bullion Coins:

2022 Aurora Australis in Colour Tuvalu 1oz Silver Bullion Proof

Manufacturer: Perth Mint
Dimensions: 40.9 mm
Weight (grams): 31.103
Fineness: 999

The Silver coin in proof quality was struck from one ounce of 99.99% pure silver and is dedicated to the auroras known as Aurora Australis, which occur in the southern hemisphere. The motive presents the natural spectacle in fascinating shades of turquoise and purple. The lower half of the coin shows a representation of a small boat with the engraved inscription “AURORA AUSTRALIS”. The design gives the impression that the viewer is sitting in the small boat on a lonely lake, marveling at the auroras that appear behind a mountain range and are reflected in the lake. The reverse of the coin features the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II as well as the weight, fineness, denomination and year of issue.

The term “aurora” was first used to describe this phenomenon by Galileo Galilei in honor of the Roman goddess of the dawn. Unlike the northern auroras, which have the scientific name “Aurora Borealis”, the Aurora Australis can be observed throughout the year. The sister phenomenon of the Aurora Borealis in the southern hemisphere is often far less known than the Aurora of the north, but by no means less spectacular. The Aurora Australis silver proof coin in color is issued with a mintage of only 2,000 pieces worldwide and will be delivered in the original box including a numbered certificate of authenticity.

 

2022 The Simpsons Seasons Greetings 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Christmas greetings from the most famous cartoon family in the world ! – The Simpsons™ Premium Bullion Coin was struck from one ounce of 99.99% pure silver in uncirculated quality and features the Simpsons™ family surrounded by a holiday wreath. On the lower edge of the coin is the inscription “SEASON’S GREETINGS”. In addition, the design includes the signature of Matt Groening, the official copyright 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 The Simpsons™ – Season’s Greetings silver bullion coin is delivered in a protective capsule.

2022 Aphrodite Gods of Olympus Tuvalu 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The sixth coin of the all-new Tuvalu Gods of Olympus Series is now available, In Greek mythology, Aphrodite was worshipped as the goddess of love, pleasure, and beauty, exciting passion in the hearts of gods and men.

Aphrodite is the Greek goddess of love, beauty, pleasure, and procreation. Her Roman equivalent is the goddess Venus and she is identified with the planet of the same name. As with many ancient Greek deities, there is more than one story about her origins. According to Hesiod’s Theogony, she was born when Cronus cut off Uranus’s genitals and threw them into the sea, and she arose from the sea foam (aphros). According to Homer’s Iliad, she is the daughter of Zeus and Dione. According to Plato (Symposium, 180e), these two origins were of entirely separate entities: Aphrodite Ourania and Aphrodite Pandemos.

Because of her beauty, other gods feared that their rivalry over her would interrupt the peace among them and lead to war, so Zeus married her to Hephaestus, who, because of his ugliness and deformity, was not seen as a threat. Aphrodite had many lovers—both gods, such as Ares, and men, such as Anchises. Aphrodite is also known as Cytherea (Lady of Cythera) and Cypris (Lady of Cyprus) after the two cult sites, Cythera and Cyprus, which claimed to be her place of birth. Myrtle, doves, sparrows, horses, and swans were said to be sacred to her. The ancient Greeks identified her with the Ancient Egyptian goddess Hathor.

The Tuvaluan Dollar is the currency of Tuvalu – a small nation in the Pacific Ocean. Tuvalu has never had banknotes of its own, and has been issuing coins since 1976; these circulate together with coins of the Australian Dollar, which is also legal tender in the country, and to which the Tuvaluan Dollar is pegged.

 

2022 Australian Brumby Horse 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Brumby is the term for Australia’s wild horse. Brumbies that most famously roam the Australian Alps are descended from lost, abandoned or escaped horses that in many cases belonged to early colonial settlers like James Brumby. Free-roaming, independent and naturally adapted to its rugged environment, the brumby has become a national icon seen by many as symbolic of our national character.

The coin portrays a spirited brumby with a raised hoof. The horse is standing beside a tree that is shedding its bark – a regular occurrence in the lifecycle of many Australian eucalypts. As well as fallen branches among strappy leafed native flora, the design includes the inscription ‘AUSTRALIAN BRUMBY’, The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, and the coin’s weight, fineness and 2022 year-date.

The obverse: of the coin depicts the crowned old head of Queen Elizabeth II facing right, wearing the Royal Diamond Diadem crown and the Victoria Coronation necklace worn for her Coronation. This is her effigy known as the “Fifth Portrait” worldwide and “Sixth Portrait” in Australia, in “uncouped” version – showing the Queen’s shoulders and not terminating at the neck as the normal version, On the left, in small letters on the Queen’s shoulder, the artist’s initials J.C (for Jody Clark), Running continuously around the rim is the monarch’s legend and the face value: ELIZABETH II AUSTRALIA · 1 DOLLAR ·.

The reverse: design shows a spirited brumby with a raised hoof. The horse is beside a tree that is shedding its bark, a regular occurrence in the lifecycle of many Australian eucalypts. As well as fallen branches among strappy leafed native flora, the design includes the inscription AUSTRALIAN BRUMBY around above, and the Perth Mint’s P mint mark below right. In the ground below it, the designer’s initials JM (for Jennifer McKenna), Around below, the date of issue and the precious metal content: 2022 1oz 9999 SILVER (one troy ounce of 99.99% silver).

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

 

2022 Australian Quokka 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Quokkas are wallaby-like marsupials found mainly in the south west region of Western Australia, particularly Rottnest Island, an idyllic location 18 kilometres off the coast near Perth. About the same size of domestic cats, furry quokkas are extremely sociable animals blessed with a cute, smiley and highly photogenic appearance.

The obverse of the coin depicts the crowned old head of Queen Elizabeth II facing right, wearing the Royal Diamond Diadem crown and the Victoria Coronation necklace worn for her Coronation. This is her effigy known as the “Fifth Portrait” worldwide and “Sixth Portrait” in Australia, in “uncouped” version – showing the Queen’s shoulders and not terminating at the neck as the normal version, On the left, in small letters on the Queen’s shoulder, the artist’s initials J.C (for Jody Clark), Running continuously around the rim is the monarch’s legend and the face value: ELIZABETH II AUSTRALIA 1oz 9999 Ag 2022 1 DOLLAR, The inscription around the rim also incorporates the precious metal content. “1 oz 9999 Ag” means “one ounce of 99.99% silver” – Ag is abbreviated from the Latin word for silver, Argentum.

The reverse design portrays two quokkas at a waterhole with nearby Rottnest Island daisies, In the ground below right, the designer’s initials SR (for Sean Rogers). On the left, the Perth Mint’s traditional P mint mark, Around above, the inscription QUOKKA.

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

 

2022 Athena Gods of Olympus Tuvalu 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The fifth coin of the all-new Tuvalu Gods of Olympus Series is now available, In Greek mythology Athena represented courage, inspiration, law and justice, mathematics, strength, strategy, arts and crafts. She was also considered the Goddess of War and a companion of many heroes including Odysseus, Jason and Heracles.

Hera is one of the twelve Olympians in Greek mythology, Along with Zeus, she is the most powerful goddess of Olympus. Hera is the sister and wife of Zeus, her parents are Kronos and Rhea, two Titans. Her siblings are Hestia, Zeus, Poseidon, Demeter and Hades.

The Tuvaluan Dollar is the currency of Tuvalu – a small nation in the Pacific Ocean. Tuvalu has never had banknotes of its own, and has been issuing coins since 1976; these circulate together with coins of the Australian Dollar, which is also legal tender in the country, and to which the Tuvaluan Dollar is pegged.

 

2022 Waratah Wildflowers of Australia Ram 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

This design is the first issue in a premium bullion coin series called Wildflowers of Australia, and features the Waratah.

Australia’s iconic wildflower, the Waratah, is beautifully presented in the Royal Australian Mint’s most recent investment coin series – Wildflowers of Australia. The gold and silver coins feature an intricate design that showcases one of Australia’s most recognisable and striking flowers, endemic to southeastern Australia. Both coins will be sought after by precious metal investors and entry-level collectors, with the gold coin featuring three levels of security for added protection.

The Waratah is one of the most famous plants native to Australia. The most striking feature of the iconic Australian bush flower is its crimson flower head, which consists of up to 240 individual flowers and can reach a diameter of up to 15 cm. The fascinating bloom can be admired over a period of about six weeks in spring. The magnificent plant, whose distribution area is endemically restricted to a radius of about 200 km around Sydney, can reach a growth height of up to 3 m and prefers sandy soils.

 

2022 James Bond 007 60th Anniversary 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of James Bond, the Perth Mint has issued this premium silver bullion coin struck from one ounce of 99.99% pure silver. The motive features the typical Bond 007 gun logo, which is arranged in multiple versions around the emblem for the anniversary, “60 Years of Bond”. The reverse shows the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II as well as the denomination, the fineness, the weight and the year of issue.

The successful Bond series began in 1962 with the film “Dr. No™”. At that time, Sean Connery embodied the Secret Service Agent. In the following 60 years, 24 more action-packed adventures based on the works of Ian Fleming were filmed. A total of six actors took on the role of the MI6 agent. To this day, the film series continues to delight viewers of all ages around the world.

This coin also comes in a coloured version:

2022 James Bond 60th Gold Black Coloured 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

 

 

2022 The Rising Sun Black Flag Australian 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

This design is the fourth release in the popular pirate-themed Black Flag series of premium bullion coins, and features the notorious Captain William Moody’s ship, The Rising Sun.

Throughout the 17th and 18th centuries, pirates ruled the seven seas with their ships proudly displaying their uniquely menacing black flags to declare themselves in battle. Each release in this popular series struck by The Perth Mint features a famous pirate along with the emblem they associated with to celebrate some of the most fearsome figures in history. The previous releases in this series have included Blackbeard and his ship Queen Anne’s Revenge, Black Bart and his ship the Royal Fortune and Ching Shih with her ship known as the Red Flag Fleet, Continuing the iconic Black Flag series from The Perth Mint, the fourth release features William Moody’s notorious ship, The Rising Sun. Moody was a pirate known for ransacking and torching countless ships in the Caribbean for a short time from 1718 to 1719. Soon after, Captain Moody’s crew resented his behaviour toward the sailors on the ship. The crew forced Moody, along with a few of his supporters, into a small boat and set sail without them. Captain Moody was never seen again and is presumed lost at sea.

The obverse: of the coin shows the crowned mature head of Queen Elizabeth II facing right (her effigy known as the “Fourth Portrait”). 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 shows a representation of Captain Moody’s ship, The Rising Sun, along with a burning ship in the background. The design of a skull is formed from the smoke of the burning ship, Around above, the inscription THE RISING SUN. Separated from this by two skull-and-bones motifs, around below BLACK FLAG: WILLIAM MOODY 1oz .9999 Ag (Ag is abbreviated from Argentum, the Latin word for silver), The Perth Mint’s P mint mark is on the right. The designer’s initials LB (for Lucas Bowers) are below right in the rigging of the ship, opposite the 1 in 1oz.

 

2022 Australian Super Pit 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Discovered during the 1890s, the Golden Mile near Kalgoorlie was thought to be the richest square mile of gold reserves in the world. Most of its original workings were swallowed up during the 20th century with the creation of an enormous open cast pit, now measuring some 3.5 kilometres long, 1.5 kilometres wide and more than 600 metres deep. To this day, the Super Pit continues to produce remarkable quantities of gold.

The obverse: of the coin depicts the crowned old head of Queen Elizabeth II facing right, wearing the Royal Diamond Diadem crown and the Victoria Coronation necklace worn for her Coronation. This is her effigy known as the “Fifth Portrait” worldwide and “Sixth Portrait” in Australia, in “uncouped” version – showing the Queen’s shoulders and not terminating at the neck as the normal version. On the left, in small letters on the Queen’s shoulder, the artist’s initials J.C (for Jody Clark). Running continuously around the rim is the monarch’s legend and the face value: ELIZABETH II AUSTRALIA · 1 DOLLAR ·.

The reverse: of the coin portrays an artistic impression of a Komatsu excavator in the Super Pit open-cut mine, and a headframe, or winding tower, such as the one used at the nearby Mt Charlotte Underground Mine. On the right, the Perth Mint’s P mint mark. Below the excavator on the right (above the D of GOLD), the designer’s initials SR, for Sean Rogers. Around above, the inscription SUPER PIT AUSTRALIA. Around below, the date of issue and the precious metal content: 2022 1oz 9999 SILVER (one ounce of 99.99% silver).

 

2022 Sumatran Elephant Australia Zoo Ram 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The third issue in the Australia Zoo Series from the Royal Australian Mint was struck from one ounce of silver and is dedicated to the Sumatran Elephant. The motive features four adult elephants and emphasizes their impressive strength and size. Above the elephants is the inscription “AUSTRALIA ZOO – SUMATRAN ELEPHANT”. The weight and fineness complete the design. The elephants pictured are four specimens from the Australia Zoo named Christina, Megawati, Widya and Raflesia. The reverse features the Jody Clark portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. The denomination “1 DOLLAR” and the inscriptions “ELIZABETH II” and “AUSTRALIA 2022” are also included in the design.

The Sumatran elephant is the smallest subspecies of the Asian elephant. Compared to other subspecies, the Sumatran elephant is characterized in particular by its lighter pigmentation and a 20th pair of ribs. Its natural habitat is endemically restricted to the Indonesian island of Sumatra. The already very reduced populations are further threatened by intensive tree clearing, hunting for ivory and poaching. With an estimated population of only 2,400 to 2,800 specimens, the elephant is classified as critically endangered on the IUCN Red List. The limited Australia Zoo – Sumatran Elephant Premium Bullion Coin is delivered in a protective coin capsule.

 

2022 Homer Simpson Tuvalu 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Simpsons™, an animated sitcom created by cartoonist Matt Groening, has been airing since 1989. This release from the Perth Mint is an homage to Bart Simpson, the eldest child of Homer and Marge Simpson, a character known for mischievous and rebellious antics. The character’s name was created as an anagram for the word “brat.”

The reverse of course is the smiling Homer Simpson, with two hairs sticking out of his long bald head and with his name “Homer Simpson” in all-caps above this image. Note the tiny “P” mark to the right of Homer’s face signifying the Perth Mint as well as the signature of Matt Groening, the creator of The Simpsons.

The obverse, as with all modern coinage from The Commonwealth, has a portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Surrounding her image is her name “Queen Elizabeth II” along with “1oz 9999 Ag”, “2022”, “Tuvalu” and “1 Dollar”. Note the initials of the effigy designer below the Queen’s neck.

This 2022-P Tuvalu 1 oz. silver The Simpsons series coin dedicated to Homer is deemed to be in Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition. The ungraded silver bullion one dollar coin is magnificently minted, featuring the superior quality strike, exceptionally finished surfaces and outstanding eye appeal expected from a coin earning the impressive grade of Mint State 65 or higher.

 

2022 Australian Dingo & Baby 2oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Perth Mint introduced the Next Generation Series of silver bullion coins in 2018. Like many other collections from the Western Australia-based mint, this collection offers images of native wildlife species from the continent. The series has offered nothing short of a stunning look at the maternal bond between some of the continents most famous, and sometimes deadly, creatures, and their young.

The first British colonists to encounter the dingoes were those who settled Port Jackson in 1788. At the time, these settlers found the dingoes living with Aboriginal Australians and assumed the animals were domesticated by the Aboriginals.

On the obverse of each 2022 Australian Mother & Baby Dingo Silver Coin is a depiction of Queen Elizabeth II. This right-profile relief was initially created for the Royal Mint of England in 2015 and shows the Queen at the age of 89 with the George IV State Diadem Crown. The Queens portrait is set against a background field of radial lines.

The reverse side of 2022 2 oz Australian Dingo Silver Coins shows a mother-pup pairing of dingos. The dingo is a hearty breed that has lived on the Australian mainland for more than 8,000 years. The exact classification of the species remains open to debate, but the majority of the current population lives in the wild and is not a domesticated species.

 

2022 Bart Simpson Tuvalu 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Simpsons™, an animated sitcom created by cartoonist Matt Groening, has been airing since 1989. This release from the Perth Mint is an homage to Bart Simpson, the eldest child of Homer and Marge Simpson, a character known for mischievous and rebellious antics. The character’s name was created as an anagram for the word “brat.”

Obverse: The obverse is graced with a right facing effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II with a jeweled tiara upon her head. The portrait is encircled by the inscriptions “QUEEN ELIZABETH II,” “1 OZ 9999 AG,” “2022,” “TUVALU” and “1 DOLLAR.” Below the portrait, the initials “IRB” appear, crediting sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley with the design. Mr. Rank-Broadley is an acclaimed British artist, who created this distinctive likeness of Great Britain’s longest reigning monarch in 1998.

Reverse: The reverse depicts the character of Bart Simpson, seeming to boldly burst through the image frame. Bart is illustrated wearing a wide-eyed expression, with his tongue out, and hands held up with fingers splayed, in a blatant demonstration of the young boy’s teasing nature. Inscriptions include “BART SIMPSON,” the Mint mark “P” and Matt Groening’s signature.

This 2022-P Tuvalu 1 oz. silver The Simpsons series coin dedicated to Bart is deemed to be in Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition. The ungraded silver bullion one dollar coin is magnificently minted, featuring the superior quality strike, exceptionally finished surfaces and outstanding eye appeal expected from a coin earning the impressive grade of Mint State 65 or higher.

With a limited issue of only 25,000 coins.

 

2022 Australian Emu 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

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

The emu is Australia’s largest bird and it is also the second-largest by height in the world after the ostrich. It’s recognised as an Australian cultural icon all over the world and its habitat encompasses the entire country, Though they cannot fly, Australia’s tallest native bird is no snoozer. The Emu’s legs can propel it forward at speeds up to 50 kilometers per hour. That’s more than 30 miles per hour! But, if you think that’s fast, you should see how quickly these coins tend to sell out at the mint!

The new design for 2022 shows a close-up image of a mother emu’s face, her large eye and beak dominating the scene while its baby pecks its way through an Australian Outback landscape in the background. Maybe it’s just collectors’ desire to secure a full freshly-struck coin containing one ounce of 99.99% pure silver minted at Australia’s famous Perth Mint.

The Emu has been issued with annually changing motifs since 2018. The great Australian flightless bird can be seen in different situations and by different designers. The mintage of each year is strictly limited. Only 30,000 pieces are issued annually by the Perth Mint. Each of the Emu silver coins offered here as a set weighs 1 ounce and has a fineness of (.9999 silver).

The value side shows the current portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, which was designed by Jody Clark (his abbreviation can be seen on the left shoulder). The issuing country and the official face value of 1 Australian dollar are stamped on the inscription.

 

2022 Australian Phoenix Myths and Legends 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

In Chinese culture, the phoenix is seen as a symbol of peace and prosperity. In the famous Chinese text called Classic of Mountains and Seas from the 4th century BC, the different parts of the phoenix are associated with different character traits. The head of the bird represents virtue, while the back symbolizes propriety. Further, the wing denotes duty, the chest signifies compassion, and the abdomen stands for trust.

The phoenix is an iconic mythological bird that has appeared in numerous folktales across the centuries. Typically, it is described as having a flame-like appearance, with some even claiming the bird to be born of the sun. In the Greek tradition, the phoenix is known for its regenerative abilities. However, in Chinese culture, the phoenix is seen as a sacred bird that brings good fortune whenever it appears.

Obverse

The obverse of 2022 Australian Chinese Myths and Legends Phoenix 1 oz Coins features Queen Elizabeth II. This 2015 portrait was designed by Jody Clark, who at the age of 33 became the youngest engraver to have a portrait accepted for coinage by the Royal Mint. You will see inscriptions on the obverse that read ELIZABETH II, AUSTRALIA, 1 OZ .9999 AG, 2022, 1 DOLLAR.

Reverse

On the reverse field of the 2022 Australian Chinese Myths and Legends Phoenix 1 oz Silver Coin is a phoenix in flight. This beautiful design by Lucas Bowers allows you to fully take in this majestic bird in all its beauty and glory. And if you notice that flower in its beak, that belongs to a paulownia tree, said to be the only tree a phoenix will perch in.

This coin also comes in 2 coloured versions:

2022 Australian Vivid Phoenix Myths and Legends 1oz Silver Bullion Coin  &  2022 Australian Gold Phoenix Myths and Legends 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

 

2022 Australian Coat of Arms 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Royal Australian Mint has come out with the second release of the popular coat of arms bullion series in 1 oz of .999 fine Silver, with an intricate design symbolizing the country’s history. inspired by the New South Wales coat of arms. There is a limited mintage of 50,000 coins in this 1 oz Silver size.

The motive depicts a jumping kangaroo as well as two sheep and a blooming vegetation, which also includes the Telopea Speciosissima (Waratah) – the national flower of the Australian state. The denomination “ONE DOLLAR” and a band with the inscription “NEW SOUTH WALES” are also included in the design.

The reverse features the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, which is displayed within a coin. A lion, which also appears on the coat of arms of New South Wales, is depicted sitting on the coin. Other floral elements as well as the weight, the fineness and the inscription “NEWLY RISEN – HOW BRIGHTLY YOU SHINE” complete the design. The coin was struck by the Royal Australian Mint from one ounce of 99.9% silver with a mintage of only 50,000 pieces worldwide.

  • Obverse: Features a lion and pointed stars from the New South Wales coat of arms, with the British Cross dividing the background and eight British Tudor roses, and also includes an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the motto “Newly risen, how brightly you shine.”
  • Reverse: Features a kangaroo, Merino sheep, wheat and the floral waratah. Surrounding the NSW banner is each state’s floral emblems with the rays of the rising sun.

 

2022 Australian Dusky Dolphin Ram 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The 2022 Dusky Dolphin is the fourth design in the Royal Australian Mint’s Australian Dolphin Series.

The dolphin is a beloved animal depicted in many cultures, and is also native to Australian waters. In various cultures, the dolphin symbolises happiness, power and protection. Dusky dolphins are one of the smallest species of dolphins, and are typically found in shallow, cooler waters and have a dark grey back and tail. They spend the majority of their time close to shore in small groups of 10 to 20 dolphins, however they travel further away from shore to feed in pods of up to 1,000 dolphins. These highly intelligent animals enjoy leaping and are incredibly social.

The obverse of the coin depicts the crowned old bust of Queen Elizabeth II facing right, wearing the Royal Diamond Diadem crown worn for her Coronation (effigy known as the “Fifth Portrait” worldwide but “Sixth Portrait” in Australia, where the Queen’s portrait by Vladimir Gottwald was fifth), The Queen also wears the Coronation Necklace; originally made for Queen Victoria in 1858, it was also worn at the coronations (as Queen’s Consort) of Queen Alexandra in 1902, Queen Mary in 1911 and Queen Elizabeth (the Queen mother) in 1937.

The reverse of the coin depicts three dusky dolphins leaping out of the sea toward the horizon, with the sun setting in the background, Around above, the inscription DUSKY DOLPHIN. Around below, the precious metal content 1 oz .999 FINE SILVER (one ounce of 99.9% silver).

 

2022 Australian Little Hero Nugget 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Australian one ounce silver piece (abbreviated as 1 oz and designated with Ag for “silver”) is a bullion and commemorative coin format. Uniquely, in Australia there are two mints authorised to strike legal tender: the Royal Australian Mint (which also makes the country’s circulating coinage) and the Perth Mint which only makes collector and bullion coins, as well as other bullion products, Both mints endeavour to create coins with attractive designs, and to introduce new designs and themes often, in order to raise the numismatic value of the coins over the value of previous metal used, Struck from 1oz of 99.99% pure silver, this limited bullion coin for investors portrays one of Australia’s most celebrated natural gold nuggets.

Stuart Devlin’s portrayal of Little Hero first appeared on the 1986 Australian Nugget 1/10oz gold coin. More than three and a half decades later, The Perth Mint is delighted to reprise the design for investors seeking precious metal in trusted legal tender format. Discovered in 1890 near Marble Bar in Western Australia, the 333oz nugget sparked significant public excitement when it was exhibited at the Union Bank office in Perth.

 

2022 Australian Rectangular Dragon 1 oz Silver Bullion Bar

Manufacturer: Perth Mint
Dimensions:
47.6mm x 27.6mm
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 & 2022 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 2022, 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.

The Jody Clark effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is depicted on the rectangular coin’s obverse, which also features its weight, fineness, monetary denomination and 2022 year-date.

This coin includes an authentication feature on the reverse in the form of a micro-laser engraved letter. This feature is designed to make it significantly more difficult for the coin to be counterfeited.

 

2022 John Wick Continental 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Queensland Mint is proud to present the 1oz John Wick Continental Silver Coin.

In the world of John Wick, there is a secret society of assassins that spans the globe. These shadowy figures do not transact in regular currency, but have their own special form of payment – the Continental Coins. These gold coins function as negotiable exchange for anything from specialised clothing, to guns and ammo. These replicas have been produced in both Silver and Gold, allowing fans to own their own Continental Coin suitable for all collectors, fans and budgets.

The 1oz John Wick Continental Silver Coin features the coins’ obverse depicting a lion on the backdrop of a large shield or crest, along with the latin phrases “Ens Causa Sui” and “MMI”.

The reverse of the coin depictis a blindfolded woman armed with a sword, shield and boquet of flowers, along with the Latin phrase “Ex Unitae Vires”. The reverse also features the coins’ weight and purity

 

2022 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.

The 2022 Australian Swan 1oz silver coin portrays two graceful swans floating on the surface of the water. As well as inscription ‘THE 1oz 9999 AUSTRALIAN SILVER SWAN’, its reverse also incorporates The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark and a security feature in the form of a micro-laser engraved letter only detectable with a magnifying glass

 

2022 Chin Li Street Fighter Australian 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Perth Mint is celebrating the 35th anniversary of the original Street Fighter arcade franchise with the release of character-themed coins in 2022. In 1987, Street Fighter changed the face of arcade gaming and introduced what would become one of the most popular genres in the history of video games: fighter games. The second release in this new series depicts Chin Li.

The characters of Street Fighter are some of the most instantly recognizable creations in all of gaming: arguably none more so than the franchise’s first female fighter and major protagonist Chun-Li, who spent years’ worth of storylines across multiple games in an intense feud with the equally-iconic antagonist M. Bison. Chun-Li’s resourceful and heroic nature, superhuman high-kicking style and graceful design made her an instant fan favorite and an obvious choice for the earliest issues in the Street Fighter Characters series from the Pert Mint.

Street Fighter is one of the most popular video game franchises of all time. The 1987 release was followed up by Street Fighter II, a direct successor, in 1991. Beyond the arcade, various other versions of the game have been released on consoles from the Commodore 64 and Atari ST to the PlayStation 2, Xbox, Playstation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Windows PC games.

On the obverse of 2022 1 oz Tuvalu Silver Street Fighter Ryu Coins is an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty is shown here in right-profile relief wearing the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara. This iconic fourth-generation portrait of the Queen was created in 1998 by Ian Rank-Broadley for the Royal Mint and has proliferated across coinage for various Commonwealth Nations.

The reverse features a bold image of Chun-Li directing one of her famous kung fu kicks at the viewer and wearing the modified traditional qipaothat forms her best-known costume. It also includes an inscription of her name and a copyright by Capcom.

 

2022 Australian Wedge Tailed Eagle 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The coin portrays a dramatic close-up impression of the magnificent bird’s head. The artistry highlights its superbly effective eyes, which allow it to pinpoint prey from a great height, and a large, hooked beak, which it uses to rip the hide and meat from prey. As well as the inscription AUSTRALIAN WEDGE-TAILED EAGLE and The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, the reverse also includes the coin’s weight, fineness and its 2022 year-date.

Named for its long, distinctively shaped tail, the Australian wedge-tailed eagle has a wingspan of more than 2.5 metres. With the ability to fly tirelessly for many hours, it’s known to soar at altitudes of 2,000 metres and beyond on thermal air currents rising from Australia’s sun-baked terrain.

The 2022 Wedge-Tailed Eagle bullion coin was struck by the Perth Mint from one ounce of 99.99% pure silver. The coin was first issued in 2014 and has since enjoyed great popularity among investors and collectors. It was the first collaboration of a US Mint engraver with a foreign mint. The design by John Mercanti features a close-up of the head of a Wedge-Tailed Eagle – Australia’s largest bird of prey. The detailed design highlights the eagle’s plumage, eyes and large, hooked beak. The motive is framed by the inscriptions “AUSTRALIAN WEDGE-TAILED EAGLE” and “2022 1oz 9999 SILVER”. The traditional mintmark “P” of the is also included in the design. A letter engraved with a microlaser, which can only be seen under a magnifying glass, ensures the coin’s increased resistance to counterfeiting.

On the obverse side of 2022 Australian Wedge Tail Eagle 1 oz Silver Coins is an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty is shown here in right-profile relief at the age of 89 wearing the George IV State Diadem Crown. The Queens portrait featured here was originally created for the Royal Mint in 2015 by Jody Clark and first featured on Australian coins in 2018. The inscriptions on this side read ELIZABETH II, AUSTRALIA, and 1 DOLLAR.

 

2022 Australian Kangaroo Ram 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 features a kangaroo looking over his shoulder. The background depicts the Australian sun, as well as other minimalistic and geometric shapes of the outback. The design celebrates the great Australian impressionist movement “The Heidelberg School” and reflects, through the evocative style, the play of light and shadow unique to Australia’s flora and fauna.

The scorching interior of the oldest continent is home to one of Australia’s toughest inhabitants- the mighty Red Kangaroo. In this inhospitable yet magnificent land it takes on everything the sunburnt country can throw at him.

The reverse features the Jody Clark portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and the year of issue “2022”. The limited premium bullion coin is delivered in a protective capsule.

limited to 10,000 items

 

2022 Hera Gods of Olympus Tuvalu 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The fourth coin of the all-new Tuvalu Gods of Olympus Series is now available with Hera who is the goddess of marriage, hearth and family and the patroness of wives and children Hera, featured on the reverse. This coin joins the revival of the Gods of Olympus Series in 2021.

Hera is one of the twelve Olympians in Greek mythology, Along with Zeus, she is the most powerful goddess of Olympus. Hera is the sister and wife of Zeus, her parents are Kronos and Rhea, two Titans. Her siblings are Hestia, Zeus, Poseidon, Demeter and Hades.

History

Since Zeus has many affairs, even though he is married to her, she is often angry and jealous. She takes her anger out on women (Leto, Callisto, and many others). From the affairs that Zeus has, children were born. For example, she tried to kill Heracles, the son of Zeus and the beautiful Alcmene, with two huge snakes. But the latter simply strangled them.

Obverse: On the obverse of 2022 Antique Tuvalu Gods of Olympus Hera 1 oz Silver Coins is an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. The effigy shown here comes from Ian Rank-Broadley and was created for the Royal Mint of England in 1998. It shows the Queen in right-profile relief with the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara. The inscriptions on this side include QUEEN ELIZABETH II, 1 OZ 9999 AG, 2022, TUVALU, and 1 DOLLAR.

Reverse: The reverse side of the 2022 Antique Tuvalu Gods of Olympus Hera Silver Coin comes with a depiction of Hera. She is shown seated in slight-right-profile relief with a lotus staff in one hand and her right hand resting on the head of a lion at her right. To her left, there is a peacock standing next to her throne. The inscriptions here read HERA and the P mint mark of Perth Mint.

 

2022 Mary Read Pirate Queens 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The third and final issue of the Series Pirate Queens is dedicated to the legendary British pirate Mary Read. The motive of the Premium Bullion Coin from the Royal Australian Mint features the pirate ship of Mary Read with hoisted flag. It is moving away from another ship, shown in the background, which was heavily damaged by cannon shots. Below the ship is the typical pirate emblem – a skull with two crossed infantry swords. The inscription “MARY READ”, the weight and the fineness complete the design. The reverse shows the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the denomination and the year of issue.

Mary Read was born in London in 1685 or 1690 as an illegitimate child. Her widowed mother dressed Mary as a boy to replace her deceased firstborn and to hide the affair from which Mary was born from her in-laws. Since the benefits of living as a man did not escape Mary, she continued to dress up and call herself “Mark.” In this way, she first served in the military and then signed on with a merchant ship that was captured by pirates en route to the Caribbean, whom she voluntarily followed. In 1720 she met Anne Bonny and John Rackham. Numerous myths have grown up around the adventurous love story between the two women that resulted from this encounter. 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 Pirate Queens – Mary Read Premium Bullion Coin in Silver is limited to only 10,000 pieces worldwide and is delivered in a protective capsule.

 

2022 Australian Koala 1 oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Australian Silver Koala was released in 2007 by the Perth Mint. Like other coins in Perth Mints annual collections, the Silver Koala has a new design element on the reverse side. The mintages of the coins currently available in the Silver Koala vary. Historically, Perth Mint offered the Silver Koala with 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 10 oz, and 1 Kilo silver coins.

Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of 2022 Australian Silver Koala Coins. Her Majesty features here in right-profile relief in a 2015 design from Jody Clark. This visual was created for the Royal Mint and debuted there in 2016. In 2018, Perth Mint began to release coins with this latest effigy of the Queen. In this design, Her Majesty is 89 years old and wears the George IV State Diadem Crown.

A slumbering koala is featured on the reverse side of 2022 1 oz Silver Koala coins. This years design comes from famed Perth Mint designer Ing Ing Jong. Her creation shows a koala sprawled out along the bough of a gum tree, the source of the eucalyptus leaves that form the basis of the koalas diet.

 

2022 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.

 

2022 Ryu Street Fighter Australian 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Perth Mint is celebrating the 35th anniversary of the original Street Fighter arcade franchise with the release of character-themed coins in 2022. In 1987, Street Fighter changed the face of arcade gaming and introduced what would become one of the most popular genres in the history of video games: fighter games. The first release in this new series depicts Ryu.

Ryu has been the lead character, and one of the most popular overall, in the Street Fighter franchise since the first game was released in 1987. From that very first game through all the crossover projects and games, Ryu has remained a playable character that gamers could use to challenge one another in player-vs.-player mode and when competing against bosses.

Street Fighter is one of the most popular video game franchises of all time. The 1987 release was followed up by Street Fighter II, a direct successor, in 1991. Beyond the arcade, various other versions of the game have been released on consoles from the Commodore 64 and Atari ST to the PlayStation 2, Xbox, Playstation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Windows PC games.

On the obverse of 2022 1 oz Tuvalu Silver Street Fighter Ryu Coins is an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty is shown here in right-profile relief wearing the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara. This iconic fourth-generation portrait of the Queen was created in 1998 by Ian Rank-Broadley for the Royal Mint and has proliferated across coinage for various Commonwealth Nations.

The reverse side of the 2022 1 oz Silver Street Fighter Ryu Coin features a depiction of Ryu. His character is listed as being of Japanese descent boasting a fighting style that is rooted in Shotokan-style Karate. Overall, his martial arts skills are rooted in assassination arts.

 

2022 Australian Ram Lunar Tiger 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The third 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 Tiger. Following the rat & Ox, the Tiger is the third animal in the Chinese zodiac calendar. The motive features a majestic tiger standing on rocky outcrop, surrounded by pine branches that represent his strength. Additionally, the inscriptions “YEAR OF THE Tiger”, the Chinese character for “Tiger”, 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 Tiger generally stand for courage, spiritedness and bravery and they excel as a born leader privately and professionally. The limited Year of the Tiger Premium Silver Bullion Coin is delivered in a protective capsule.

 

2022 Australian Kookaburra 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Australian Kookaburra coin was introduced by the Perth Mint in 1990. The series was the first major silver bullion collection from Perth Mint to offer new designs on the reverse side of the coin each year. Additionally, the series set the stage for subsequent issues of gold and silver bullion coins at the mint with images of native species from the Australian continent.

On the obverse of 2022 Australian Silver Kookaburra Coins is an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty is shown here in a design that serves as the sixth-generation portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. This portrait was created for the Royal Mint of England in 2015 by Jody Clark and came to Perth Mint coinage starting in 2018. The portrait shows the Queen in right-profile relief with the George IV State Diadem.

The reverse side of 2022 1 oz Silver Kookaburra Coins features the image of a kookaburra. The largest member of the kingfisher species, the kookaburra is shown here as it perches on the edge of a bird bath. In the background field, Agapanthus flowers are growing. This plant is particularly popular in Australian gardens. The micro-laser engraved security letter is found on this side and is only visible under a magnifying glass.

 

The 2022 Australian year of the Tiger 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 2022 coins are honoring the Year of the Tiger, which is the third in the 12-year lunar cycle is said to apply to people born in 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, and 2022.

The Perth Mint has put a limit on the 1 oz coins and will only produce up to 300,000 one oz coins. The output will stop until the mintage is entirely sold or at the conclusion of the series, whichever comes first. Because of the 1 oz size’s limited mintage, it is extremely sought-after and is likely to sell out easily. The coins are strictly struck from 99.99 percent pure silver and are issued under the Australian Currency Act 1965 as legal tender.

The reverse of the coin features an adult tiger with her cub following behind across rocky terrain. The Chinese character for Tiger and the inscription ‘Tiger 2022’ appear in the design, alongside The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark.

The obverse design bears a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Details of the coins weight, fineness, metal type and monetary denomination also appear.

This coin also comes in: 2022 Australian year of the Tiger 1/2 ounce Silver Bullion Coin  &  2022 Australian 2oz year of the Tiger Silver Bullion Coin

 

 

The 2022 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.

 

The 2022 James Bond 007 Tuvalu Black Coloured 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

One of the worlds most famous secret agents is the fictional character known as James Bond. Known within the circles of British intelligence as 007, Bond solves crimes around the world and helps avert disaster with his combat skills and charm. Introduced to readers in the 1950s by Ian Fleming, since 1962, Bond has graced the big screen in theaters around the globe.

Ian Fleming came up with the James Bond character in 1953. Over the course of the next decade of his life, until his death in 1964, Fleming would feature this impressive character in 12 novels and two short-story collections. Following his death, other authors have been authorized to produce additional Bond novels or stories. The most recent of these was written by Anthony Horowitz and published in 2018.

Once James Bond hit the big screen, audiences around the world began to associate the actors who portrayed Bond with the character. Sean Connery was the first James Bond and is, arguably, the greatest Bond. He portrayed Bond in the first five consecutive films from 1962 to 1967. After skipping the sixth Bond film, Connery returned in 1971 to portray the secret agent once again in the seventh film. Connery is tied with Roger Moore for the most times in the role at seven. In addition to appearing in the first five and six of the first seven, Connery is the only Bond from Eon Productions films to feature in a non-Eon Productions film, playing Bond a seventh time in Never Say Never Again in 1983. With that appearance, Connery took on the role seven times across three decades.

 


 

British Bullion Coins

 

2022 George & Dragon Ascension Islands 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

When Great Britain struck its first Gold Sovereign in 1817, King George III was still wearing a powdered wig. Fast forward 200 years and no one, but no one would be caught dead wearing the fluffy, long out-of-date hairpiece! Styles and trends have changed dramatically since then, but one thing has remained constant: Benedetto Pistrucci’s Saint George and the Dragon design that appeared on that first Gold Sovereign has been used by every subsequent British monarch to this day.

The first release in the Modern Masters Trilogy looks at the iconic Saint George and the Dragon design through the eyes of Jody Clark, one of the coin world’s brightest rising stars. At the youthful age of 33, Clark is already famous for creating the fifth definitive portrait of Queen Elizabeth II during his time as an engraver at the Royal Mint. A renowned international artist, Clark was the winner of the 2014 flagship Britannia collection and the designer of the critically acclaimed Queen’s Beast collection. His rendition of Saint George and the Dragon shows the duel between man and beast. The dragon falls back, claws raised menacingly and teeth ready to strike. Saint George’s horse rears back, as the knight leans forward to plunge his spear into the dragons’ heart. A master of detail, Clark’s design is so detailed that you can see individual strands from the horse’s tail and each scale on the dragon’s hide can be easily identified. A stylized Celtic border surrounds the design.

The design is a splendidly fluid counterpart to Pistrucci’s original design. For a fee of 100 guineas Pistrucci created a coin regarded by some as the most beautiful ever produced with a timeless motif that evoked visions of ancient Greek warriors. It depicts Saint George wearing nothing but a helmet in a dynamic portrayal that shows the Saint astride his horse as it tramples the dragon beneath its hooves. Pistrucci worked from life, using a hotel waiter to pose as England’s patron saint for his iconic engraving. The prestigious commission left Pistrucci in prime position to assume the vacant post of Chief Engraver at the Royal Mint. But while he assumed the duties of Chief Engraver, his status as a foreigner left the Italian-born artist barred from the position. An ambitious but polarizing character, Pistrucci stoked rivalries, survived a stabbing by a jealous rival, and left an indelible mark on British coinage.

 

2022 Pegasus Jennie Norris 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: East India  company
Dimensions:
38.9mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

This coin depicts the mythical Pegasus – a brilliant, white stallion with powerful wings that was born from the blood of the gorgon known as Medusa

There are two origin stories within Greek mythology that explain the appearance of Pegasus. One of these, from Archaic Greek mythology, suggests that Pegasus was the offspring of Medusa, who in these stories was actually a mare. Later myths within Archaic Greek mythology position Pegasus as being foaled from the blood of Medusa as she was decapitated by Perseus. On the other hand, Classical Greek mythology suggests that the Olympian god known as Poseidon was the father of Pegasus.

Saint Helena is a small island in the South Atlantic Ocean which is part of the British overseas territory of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha. The currency of the island is the Saint Helena pound, fixed at parity with the pound sterling. The island has authorised some private mints to issue coins under its jurisdiction, which come in a variety of sizes – including in the popular silver ounce (1 oz silver) format, usually denominated as £1.

 

2022 Hera & The Peacock Goddesses 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: East India  company
Dimensions:
38.9mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

East India Company Collections introduces a new coin series which will tell the stories of the Goddesses of Ancient Greek and Norse mythology.

Despite originating in ancient myths and legends, Goddesses inform modern life perhaps more than we realize. Their mythology, religious legends, history and folk tales influence movies, TV shows, museum exhibits and famous brands such as cameras and running shoes.

Theirs are stories of intricate family sagas, wars fought by powerful dynasties, love found and lost, the worlds of nature and magic and the realms of gods and men, featuring fantastical creatures and characters who inspire our imaginations and codes of living. Morals, virtues, beliefs and ethics are all integral to the mythology of the Goddesses.

The series starts with Hera, wife and sister of the mighty Zeus, one of the twelve principal deities of the Greek pantheon who lived upon Mount Olympus.“Queen of the Immortals is she, surpassing all in beauty: she is the sister and wife of loud-thundering Zeus, the glorious one whom all the blessed throughout high Olympos reverence and honour even as Zeus who delights in thunder.”

 

2022 The Rhino Indian Wildlife 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: East India  company
Dimensions:
38.9mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

Saint Helena is a small island in the South Atlantic Ocean which is part of the British overseas territory of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha. The currency of the island is the Saint Helena pound, fixed at parity with the pound sterling. The island has authorised some private mints to issue coins under its jurisdiction, which come in a variety of sizes – including in the popular silver ounce (1 oz silver) format, usually denominated as £1.

This premium bullion coin is part of the Cash Coin Collection featuring the wildlife of various countries, and has The Rhino as a representative of Indian Wildlife.

The Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis), also called the Indian rhino, greater one-horned rhinoceros or great Indian rhinoceros, is a rhinoceros species native to the Indian subcontinent. It is listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List, as populations are fragmented and restricted to less than 20,000 km2. As of August 2018, the global population was estimated to comprise 3,588 individuals, including 2,939 individuals in India and 649 in Nepal. Kaziranga National Park alone had an estimated population of 2,048 rhinos in 2009. Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary in Assam has the highest density of Indian rhinos in the world with 84 individuals in an area of 38.80 km2 in 2009.

Indian rhinos once ranged throughout the entire stretch of the Indo-Gangetic Plain, but excessive hunting and agricultural development reduced its range drastically to 11 sites in northern India and southern Nepal. In the early 1990s, between 1,870 and 1,895 Indian rhinos were estimated to have been alive. Since then, numbers have increased due to conservation measures taken by the government. Nearly 85% of the global Indian rhinoceros population is concentrated in Assam, where Kaziranga National Park contains 70% of rhino population.

The coins in the series are designed by Nick Martin, based on drawings of the animals by Veronica Mackinnon.

The reverse features a detailed image of an Indian rhinoceros, its head turned to left, against a patterned background, Around the rim, the inscription ONE OUNCE · CASH · 999 SILVER. In this context, “cash” is a reference to the small coins issued by the (original) East India Company in India, denominated as “cash”, In the rim below left, the EIC mint mark of the East India Company; the letters are separated by arrows radiating from the centre around which they are situated.

The obverse of the coin depicts the crowned old bust of Queen Elizabeth II facing right, wearing the Royal Diamond Diadem crown worn for her Coronation (effigy known as the “Fifth Portrait” worldwide but “Sixth Portrait” in Australia, where the Queen’s portrait by Vladimir Gottwald was fifth). the Queen also wears the Coronation Necklace; originally made for Queen Victoria in 1858, it was also worn at the coronations (as Queen’s Consort) of Queen Alexandra in 1902, Queen Mary in 1911 and Queen Elizabeth (the Queen mother) in 1937

 

2022 St Helena Una and the Lion 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 2022 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 2022 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.

 

The 2022 Three Graces 10 oz Silver Bullion Bar

Manufacturer: Royal Mint
Dimensions:
90.02mm x 51.92mm
Weight (grams):
310.30
Fineness:
999

The Royal Mint is home to some of the greatest artists to have worked on British coinage. Producing works of consummate genius, some of these artists’ most famous designs now feature as part of The Great Engravers Collection in reimagined designs for discerning investors who appreciate numismatic art. Inspired by the resurgence of interest in classical art during the early nineteenth century, William Wyon RA recast the daughters of Zeus as three figures representing the recently united nations of England, Scotland and Ireland in his Three Graces design. Skilfully reinterpreted on a bar by Daniel Thorne in homage to the original, this new design symbolises the reputation and history that underpins our precious metals offering.

  • The latest bullion release in this highly anticipated collection
  • A modern homage to William Wyon’s original Three Graces design
  • Struck in ten ounces of 999.9 fine silver
  • Features an exclusive design by Daniel Thorne, a Product Designer at The Royal Mint
  • Presented in a protective plastic covering
  • Limited to 6,100 bars worldwide

 

The 2022 Three Graces 1oz carded Silver Bullion Bar

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

The Royal Mint is home to some of the greatest artists to have worked on British coinage. Producing works of consummate genius, some of these artists’ most famous designs now feature as part of The Great Engravers Collection in reimagined designs for discerning investors who appreciate numismatic art. Inspired by the resurgence of interest in classical art during the early nineteenth century, William Wyon RA recast the daughters of Zeus as three figures representing the recently united nations of England, Scotland and Ireland in his Three Graces design. Skilfully reinterpreted on a bar by Daniel Thorne in homage to the original, this new design symbolises the reputation and history that underpins our precious metals offering.

  • The latest bullion release in this highly anticipated collection
  • A modern homage to William Wyon’s original Three Graces design
  • Struck in one ounce of 999.9 fine silver
  • Features an exclusive design by Daniel Thorne, a Product Designer at The Royal Mint
  • Only 6,000 bars available in secure tamper-proof blister packaging exclusive to The Royal Mint
  • Limited to 36,000 bars worldwide

 

2022 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 2022. 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 2022 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.

 

2022 Modern British 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 continues with the 2022 Modern British Trade Dollar Limited to a low mintage of 5,000.

The reverse design shows Britannia, the female personification of Great Britain, turned half left and facing the viewer. She wears a crested helmet with a lifted visor decorated with the flag of the United Kingdom; behind her, a trident as the symbol of British maritime tradition, In the background, the globe, with the (modern) map of the United Kingdom, with the Union Jack flag.

Around above left, the inscription TRADE DOLLAR. Below right, the EIC mint mark of the East India Company; the letters are separated by arrows radiating from the centre around which they are situated.

The obverse of the coin depicts the crowned old bust of Queen Elizabeth II facing right, wearing the Royal Diamond Diadem crown worn for her Coronation (effigy known as the “Fifth Portrait” worldwide but “Sixth Portrait” in Australia, where the Queen’s portrait by Vladimir Gottwald was fifth).

The Queen also wears the Coronation Necklace; originally made for Queen Victoria in 1858, it was also worn at the coronations (as Queen’s Consort) of Queen Alexandra in 1902, Queen Mary in 1911 and Queen Elizabeth (the Queen mother) in 1937, Unlike on British coinage, the effigy is “uncouped” (includes the Queen’s shoulders). In small letters on the left, the artist’s initials J.C (for Jody Clark) Running continuously around the rim is the monarch’s legend, the date of issue and the face value: QUEEN ELIZABETH II · ST. HELENA · ONE POUND · 2022 ·.

 

2022 James Bond Diamonds Are Forever 1oz Silver Bullion Bar

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

To mark the 50th anniversary of the film Diamonds Are Forever, a new James Bond bullion bar joins The Royal Mint’s range. With diamond smuggling, casinos and high-tech satellites, the iconic film perfectly captures Bond’s glamorous lifestyle and features the actor Sean Connery’s last appearance as the British spy. Struck to bullion standard with a design that has been enhanced by innovative finishes and the quality craftsmanship The Royal Mint is renowned for, this one ounce silver bar wouldn’t look out of place in the sophisticated world of James Bond.

The Diamonds Are Forever bar is also available as a one ounce gold and ten-ounce silver edition struck to bullion standard.

Key Features:

  • Marks 50 years since the release of the Bond film Diamonds Are Forever
  • A limited production run of 70,000 one ounce 999.9 fine silver bars
  • Struck to The Royal Mint’s bullion standard with special finishes
  • An official licensed product produced in partnership with EON Productions Limited and Danjaq

This bar also comes in a 10 oz version 2022 James Bond 10oz Diamonds Are Forever Silver Bullion Bar

 

2022 Tudor Beasts Lion of England 2oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Lion of England is the first of the ten heraldic creatures that stand guard over the moat outside Hampton Court Palace in the form of fearsome statues. Embodying the strength of the Tudor dynasty, they symbolise the ancestry of Henry VIII and his third wife Jane Seymour. The tradition of mythical beasts representing the values and traits of a kingdom began centuries earlier, when heraldic creatures appeared on flags and banners on the battlefield to unite and direct armies and strike fear into the enemy.

The reverse design by David Lawrence displays the Lion of England in an intimidating pose, inspired by the Moat Bridge Royal Beasts of Hampton Court Palace. The design is also set against a new surface animation background texture. Jody Clark’s portrait of Her Majesty The Queen also features on the coin’s obverse.

This coin also comes in: 2022 Lion of England Tudor Beasts 10oz Silver Bullion Coin

 

2022 Little John Myths & Legends 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Inspired by the traditions of storytelling and folklore, passed down through centuries and generations, the Myths and Legends Collection from The Royal Mint launched in 2021, beginning with a three-coin series celebrating the famous tales of Robin Hood. The archer himself and Maid Marian appeared on the first two coins in the collection, and now the third coin in the series completes the trio of legendary characters with Little John, the faithful sidekick who is always ready to follow Robin Hood into battle.

For this coin, the designer Jody Clark has brought legend to life, depicting Little John amongst the strong trees and branches of Sherwood Forest that echo the strength and steadfastness of the character.

The third and final release in the Robin Hood inspired Myths and Legends Collection

 

The 2022 Queens Beasts Completer 10oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Royal Mint
Dimensions:
89.15 mm
Weight (grams):
311.03
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 £10. 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.

 

The 2022 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.

The 2022 Britannia incorporates new security features including a latent image, surface animation, tincture lines, and micro text incorporated into the image of Britannia.

The first enhancement to the reverse side of the coin is the updated background wave design which appears when light is reflected at a certain angle on the coin. The second addition to the Britannia Silver Coin is the inclusion of smooth tincture lines on Britannia’s shield which now bears the Union Flag. The third and one of the most important element is a holographic image of a padlock in the bottom left, when the coin is tilted this changes between a trident and a padlock. Last but not the least, micro-text in Latin phrase ‘DECUS ET TUTAMEN’ meaning ‘An Ornament and a Safeguard’ is etched along the inner rim of the coin.

 

The 2022 Queens Beasts 10oz White Greyhound Silver Bullion Coin

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

Bringing ancient symbols of heraldry, power and ancestry to life, The Queen’s Beasts Collection is a renowned series of prestigious coins. Representing the strands of ancestry that were brought together in a young woman about to be crowned before the nation, acclaimed designer Jody Clark has reimagined the ten beasts that stood guard at the coronation of Her Majesty The Queen in 1953.

This collection has proved hugely popular across the globe, and combines investment with exceptional design. The Royal Mint is excited to announce that new coins featuring the final design in the series – the White Greyhound of Richmond – have now been added to the collection. Expressing both his Tudor and Lancastrian ancestry, through which he claimed the throne, the greyhound is strongly associated with Henry VII. Elegant and powerful, the qualities of the White Greyhound of Richmond are beautifully captured on the reverse of the coin, which also features a secure chainmail background texture.

 

The 2022 Maid Marian Myths & Legends 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

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.

The collection first explores the story of Robin Hood, which began with the legend himself, and now focuses on his adventurous and quick-witted companion Maid Marian. Sometimes described as a woman of high stature but always a woman of the people, Maid Marian is said to have gathered valuable information that informed Robin Hood and his band of merry men in their adventures through Sherwood Forest. One more coin inspired by the tale will follow, featuring Robin Hood’s trusted companion Little John. 

Maid Marian has been depicted in a design by Jody Clark standing watchful amongst the greenery of Sherwood Forest, stealthily observing through the trees with a bow and a quiver of arrows on her back, poised for action. Struck in 999 fine silver,

 


 

Canadian Bullion Coins:

 

2022 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:

 

2022 Linden 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

Introducing the third coin in the Mythical Forest series, a tribute to the power and mysticism of trees. The linden tree is a symbol of femininity, life and vitality. In Germanic mythology, it was associated with Freyja, the goddess of love and fertility. The linden is also a tree of lovers, under which they danced and celebrated, so it was planted in the central part of villages.

Planting a linden tree commemorated important events, such as a weddings or childbirths. Coffins were also made from its wood to ensure a peaceful sleep after death. Since the linden tree was associated with peace, it was also a good material for cradles. People took shelter under the tree during storms, believing it protected them from lightning. Touching the bark of the linden tree, on the other hand, was believed to draw diseases out of people and its health properties are widely known and valued even today.

On the obverse of the coin Germania Mint presents a linden leaf and its flower. It was the inflorescence of this long-lived tree that was used in herbalism and natural medicine. The reverse depicts a double-headed eagle, already familiar to Collectors, symbolizing the past and the future. The lightnings in its claws are a divine attribute, signifying the power to create and destroy.

Each piece of the 2022 Linden Leaf 1 oz Silver BU is housed in a lens capsule, that allows you to admire the coin’s design even more. The included Certificate of Authenticity contains all the necessary information and guarantees the coin’s originality.

 

The 2022 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

The 2022 Malta Knights of the Past 5 Euro 1 oz Silver BU is the second commemorative coin created thanks to the close cooperation between Central Bank of Malta and Germania Mint. The series of unique bullion coins in a modern way refers to the traditions of the Order of Malta and its fortunes in the history of Europe.

European pilgrims, weary and wounded in their struggle for freedom of belief, could count on the help of the Knights Hospitaller. In the hospice built in the 11th century in Jerusalem many needy people found shelter and solace. Not only did the Knights organise the first hospitals on the European continent, bringing help to thousands of the afflicted, but they also gathered an excellent navy. They led crusades which, after many victories and defeats, brought them to Malta. Here they built a port, a fortress, a hospital and founded a monastic state. The impressive military potential of the Order of Malta became the inspiration for the series of bullion coins, which Germania Mint issues in cooperation with the Central Bank of Malta. The high quality of minting and precious metals harmonizes with an artistic vision – a modern look at the history of the Knights of Malta.

The obverse of the second coin in the series depicts the Knights of Malta in confrontation with the invaders, during the Great Siege of Malta in 1565 – the most important battle in the island’s history and one of the key ones for Europe. The coin’s reverse, as in 2021, depicts the Central Bank of Malta coat of arms on a shield held by a Maltese knight.

The 2022 Malta Knights of the Past 5 Euro 1 oz Silver BU coin will be issued in an edition of 15,000 pieces, along with a Certificate of Authenticity and blisterpack.

 

2022 Fenrir Germania Beasts 1oz Silver Bullion Round

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

Germania Mint presents the second reveal of the mythical bestiary… Fenrir 1 oz Silver BU is another long-awaited coin by Collectors in the Beasts series, which will soon be off the chain, wreaking havoc in the numismatic world.

Fenrir – a giant wolf with jaws reaching earth and sky, heralding the fall of the divine world. Raised in Asgard under the tutelage of Odin, and eventually bound by the magical yoke of Gleipnir, Fenrir suffered unimaginable torment. According to prophecy, an earthquake will destroy Gleipnir, and the freed Fenrir will slay Odin in a great battle between gods and giants, giving the beast eternal memory.

The design of the next coin in the Beasts series continues the concept of the figure encompassing obverse and reverse, which when placed side by side give a picture of the whole design. The obverse of the coin shows the head and torso of the mythical wolf. The reverse shows the torso of Fenrir and the symbol of the two-headed eagle inherent in Germania Mint.

The Fenrir 1 oz Silver BU coin will be issued in a mintage of 25 000 pieces with a certificate and placed in a lens capsule that protects the coin and increases its collector value.

This coin also comes in a Double capsules holding 2 coin:            2022 Fenrir DBL Capsules Germania Beasts Silver Bullion Rounds

Also a 2 coin Gold Gilded coloured version & a 2oz High relief version     2022 Fenrir Geminus Germania Beasts 2 Silver Bullion Rounds

 

2022 Cave Lion Giants of the Ice Age 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Eighth 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 Lion (Panthera spelaea) evolved from P. fossilis about 460,000 years ago in central Europe during the late Saalian glaciation or early Eemian and would have been common throughout Eurasia from 450,000 to 13,000 years ago, when it went extinct.

Analysis of fossil bone samples revealed that it was highly distinct and genetically isolated from the modern lion (Panthera leo) occurring in Africa and Central Asia. Panthera spelaea is thought to have been one of the largest lion species. The skeleton of an adult male found in 1985 near Siegsdorf in Germany had a shoulder height of around 1.2 m and a head-body length of 2.1 m without the tail, similar in size to large modern lions, and larger examples have been found, with the heaviest estimated to weigh 339 kg.

The cave lion was probably predominantly found in open habitats such as steppe and grasslands, although it would also have occurred in open woodlands as well. It was one of the keystone species of the mammoth steppe, being one of the main apex predators alongside grey wolf, cave hyena and brown bear. Cave bear cubs, reindeer and other cervids were prominent in the diet of cave lions.

The Giants of the Ice Age series commemorates the eight extinct animals which ones roamed the earth during the last ice age, which took place during the Pleistocene Era.

 

2022 Allegories Polonia & Germania 1oz Silver Bullion Round

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

Polonia and Germania is the fifth coin from Germania Mint’s Allegories, coming to Collectors in 2022. 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 the 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.

Observe

The obverse of the coin presents the personifications of Polonia and Germania, depicted as young and beautiful women. In the past, the female figure embodying the Kingdom of Poland was considered to be imbued with divinity. In the artistic vision of Germania Mint, she is holding a large shield with an eagle (symbol of victory and strength). The eagle has been part of our emblem since the first Polish city was founded. Lady Polonia head’s adorned with a crown, a symbol of kings, while Germania is crowned with a branch of an oak, the tree that has accompanied her from the very beginning of the series. Both heroes stand proudly, close to each other, signaling equality and friendship between the two cultures.

 

2022 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, Humanity has already explored much of our planet Earth. Now, we are not only focusing outwards into space, but inwards into our consciousness as well. What is the relationship between our own selves and the great vastness beyond?

 

2022 Marilyn Monroe Icon Tokelau 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

COIN INFORMATION

Tokelau, known previously as the Tokelau Islands, is a dependent territory of New Zealand in the southern Pacific Ocean. It uses the New Zealand Dollar as circulation currency, but has been issuing a variety of non-circulating coins since 1978, and has also authorised some foreign mints to issue bullion coins under its jurisdiction. The silver ounce (abbreviated as 1 oz) is an internationally popular format, and is denominated as Five Dollars.

This is the third design in the Icon series issued by the Pressburg Mint, and features Marilyn Monroe (1926 – 1962) – a famous American actress, singer, and model. The mint says about the series:
Icon in its many meanings – as a Greek word for image, as a work of art, as a characteristic of a famous person or a thing that represents something of importance.

Marilyn Monroe (born Norma Jeane Mortenson; June 1, 1926 – August 4, 1962) was an American actress, singer, and model. Famous for playing comedic “blonde bombshell” characters, she became one of the most popular sex symbols of the 1950s and early 1960s, as well as an emblem of the era’s sexual revolution. She was a top-billed actress for a decade, and her films grossed $200 million (equivalent to $2 billion in 2021) by the time of her death in 1962. Long after her death, Monroe remains a major icon of pop culture. In 1999, the American Film Institute ranked her sixth on their list of the greatest female screen legends from the Golden Age of Hollywood.

 

2022 Czech Lion Niue 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Czech Mint
Dimensions:
37 mm
Weight (grams):
31.1
Mintage: 26,560
Fineness: 999

When The Czech Mint decided to strike its first-ever silver bullion coin in 2017, the start of an annual bullion series, it settled upon a dynamic theme for its initial entry to put forth on the world stage: the national symbol of the Czech Republic itself, a regal-looking double-tailed lion! The heraldic beast again returns in 2022—and now this spectacular coin struck in a full ounce of highly pure 99.9% fine silver can be part of your collection!

Crown Your Collection With The Bohemian Lion

The regal and powerful lion on this coin seems to bound from its surface. The new, one-year-only design shows a proud, heavily maned lion facing you from behind deep, piercing eyes. Atop its tawny head rests the Crown of Saint Wenceslas, a crown that forms part of the Bohemian Crown Jewels. Bohemia is now part of the Czech Republic, and the Bohemian Crown Jewels are stored in an undisclosed location within Prague’s St. Vitus Cathedral. The vault is sealed with seven locks whose keys are held by seven different government and religious officials. The final design element is a sprig from a Linden Tree, the Czech Republic’s national tree.

The lion became part of Bohemian heraldry thank to the legendary story of Prince Bruncvik. According to the tale, Bruncvik was a mythical prince who traveled to Africa, where he helped a lion defeat a dragon. It’s one of the most famous stories of how the exotic lion became symbol of the Czech Republic. And, while a decidedly Czech theme, this coin is actually $2 legal Tender in Niue, a small island nation in the South Pacific Ocean that licensed that these coins be struck by the Czech Mint.

 

2022 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.

2022 Germania 1 oz Silver BU

The heroine of our flagship series, Germania 2022, after a long and adventurous sea voyage has reached land. She does not yet know what will happen to her here, but her heart is not troubled. Despite many unknowns, she is ready to face new challenges. We invite you to accompany the heroine of Germania Mint on her next conquest of the world of collectibles.

Obverse

Germania, clad in armour and a dress moved by the sea breeze, steps on the mainland with her characteristic volatility and self-confidence. She is the first to explore the unknown lands to which she has brought her faithful people. Traditionally, Germania holds in her hands the shield and the imperial sword Reichsschwert, wearing a laurel wreath on her head. Her faithful companion, the double-headed eagle, warns of the danger lurking nearby. As in the previous year, the perspective of the obverse widens with each successive coin of the series – 1, 2, 10 ounces and 1 kg.

Reverse

The reverse of the 2022 coin is traditionally an image of the Germania Mint coat of arms with a two-headed eagle holding lightning bolts and surrounded by olive branches. The eagle originates from Germanic mythology and is associated with Janus – the god of all beginnings, protector of gates and bridges, patron of alliances. The eagle’s heads turned in opposite directions symbolise the past and the future.

 

The 2022 Tokelau Vivat Humanitas 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

This is the fourth design in the Vivat Humanitas (long live humanity) series issued by the Pressburg Mint based in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia.

The Vivat Humanitas series celebrates achievements of humankind. The scientific method is a way of acquiring knowledge unique to our kind. Science has developed from proto-scientific traditions of alchemy and astrology. With this release, we are pointing to this unique and exciting episode of our past, especially in the metallurgical area.

Tokelau, known previously as the Tokelau Islands, is a dependent territory of New Zealand in the southern Pacific Ocean. It uses the New Zealand Dollar as circulation currency, but has been issuing a variety of non-circulating coins since 1978, and has also authorised some foreign mints to issue bullion coins under its jurisdiction.

The obverse design of the coin features the crowned mature head of Queen Elizabeth II facing right (her effigy known as the “Fourth Portrait”). 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. In tiny letters below the head, the artist’s initials IRB (for Ian Rank-Broadley).

The portrait is smaller than usual; it is flanked by geometrical drawings – three on the left, and three on the right. Around above, on two lines the legend of the monarch and the date of issue: ELIZABETH II TOKELAU 2022. Around below, the face value 5 DOLLARS, The background represents a rounded decagon covered with mystical symbols. The rim is decorated with four stars.

Reverse: At the centre of the reverse, an eight-pointed star with mystical symbols at each point. On the left and on the right, two crescents above which the inscription 9999 (representing the metal purity, 99.99%), Around above, the inscription VIVAT HUMANITAS (translated from Latin: “Long live humanity”), Around below, the metal content, 1 oz 9999 FINE SILVER – one troy ounce of 99.9% silver. The background represents a rounded decagon covered with mystical symbols. The rim is decorated with four stars.

 

2022 Nikola Tesla Ozone Generator 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: Serbian National Mint
Dimensions:
40.25mm
Weight (grams):
31.1
Fineness:
999

Tesla was truly a remarkable person that devoted his life to discovery while additionally relishing the role of showmanship. Tesla became well known as an inventor and would even demonstrate his achievements to celebrities and wealthy patrons at his lab, and was noted for his showmanship at public lectures.

Born and raised in the Austrian Empire, Tesla received an advanced education in engineering and physics in the 1870s and gained practical experience in the early 1880s working in telephony and at Continental Edison in the new electric power industry. He emigrated to the United States in 1884, where he would become a naturalized citizen. He worked for the Edison Machine Works in New York City a short time before he struck out on his own.

In 1887, Tesla met two investors who agreed to back the formation of the Tesla Electric Company. He set up a laboratory in Manhattan, where he developed the alternating current induction motor, which solved a number of technical problems that had bedeviled other designs. When Tesla demonstrated his device at an engineering meeting, the Westinghouse Company made arrangements to license the technology, providing an upfront payment and royalties on each horsepower generated.

The so-called “War of the Currents” was raging in the late 1880s. Thomas Edison promoted direct current, asserting that it was safer than AC. George Westinghouse backed AC, since it could transmit power over long distances. Because the two were undercutting each other’s prices, Westinghouse lacked capital. He explained the difficulty and asked Tesla to sell his patents to him for a single lump sum, to which Tesla agreed, forgoing what would have been a vast fortune had he held on to them.

With the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893 looming in Chicago, Westinghouse asked Tesla to help supply power; they’d have a huge platform for demonstrating the merits of AC. Tesla helped the fair illuminate more light bulbs than could be found in the entire city of Chicago, and wowed audiences with a variety of wonders, including an electric light that required no wires. Later Tesla also helped Westinghouse win a contract to generate electrical power at Niagara Falls, helping to build the first large-scale AC power plant in the world.

Tesla lived in a time when the world demanded results that were practical and profitable rather than revolutionary. To this point, Tesla spent most of his career being broke and eventually died penniless and alone in a New York City hotel room.

One of Tesla’s final gifts to the world was a tower near New York City that would have provided free wireless energy to the entire world. The man who financed the construction of the tower shut it down when he learned that there would be no way to regulate the energy which would mean no return of profit on his investment.

It is said that he held over 300 patents with some of his most notable being the alternating current, electric motors, remote control, television, radio, x-rays, cell phones, robotics, lasers, turbine engines, magnetic propulsion, drones, solar power adaptations, weather manipulation, particle beams and electromagnetic energy (Tesla coil).

Thanks to his obsession with cleanliness, the world’s first ozone generator was designed and patented by Nikola Tesla in 1886. A few years later, the Tesla Ozone Company was founded, which started large-scale production of ozone generating equipment for medical purposes and by 1915 there were already around 49 large-scale ozone installations for water treatment in Europe.

The reverse shows the iconic image of Nikola Tesla with his hand resting on his face. Below the image is the inscription “Electrical Visionary” and “Powering The Future”, as well as Nikola Tesla’s name in English and Serbian Cyrillic.

The obverse features the Coat of Arms of the Republic of Serbia, with Nikola Tesla’s invention, the Ozone Generator, in the central position. Additionally, the coin states the weight, the metal sample, and the denomination.

 

2022 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.

 

2022 Valkyries Hildegard 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

The first coin in the new Valkyries series from Germania Mint. 2022 Valkyries: Hildegard 1 oz Silver BU launches a collection of Germanic goddesses – beautiful virgin warriors, daughters of Odin. In mythology, the Valkyries carried souls of the bravest warriors fallen in battle to Valhalla. From now on Germania Mint fans will be accompanied by them on unique silver coins.

On the obverse of the coin Hildegard is depicted as the protector of men. Behind the Valkyrie there is a stronghold, guarded by a high wall of wooden palisade. In her hand Hildegard holds a Germanic spear and a shield with an image of the Fenrir wolf. On the goddess’ armor the rune Algiz is engraved – its function is to protect and give a sense of security, openness and support. Hildegard is accompanied by a wolf, which can also be seen in the background of the coin – on a rock, howling to the moon. We encourage you to look for other hidden details on the coin related to Germanic mythology.

The reverse presents a completely new design, combining both the signature Germania Mint double-headed eagle, as well as new Germanic runes and a howling wolf. The animal motif, symbolizing strength and independence, is not accidental – in exchange for food, wolves defended the settlements and its inhabitants. The entire design of the reverse is composed as a shield, which also contains the issue year, metal alloy and the 5 mark denomination.

Designed by Mateusz Frąckowiak, the coin will be issued in an edition of 25,000. Its originality will be confirmed by the accompanying certificate of authenticity.

Also comes in 2 variants:

2022 Valkyries Hildegard Multimetal 1oz Silver Bullion Blister Pack  & 2022 Valkyries Hildegard Ultra High Relief 2oz Silver Bullion Stand

 

2022 Reindeer Giants of the Ice Age 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Seventh 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

Also known as caribou, Holarctic deer found still today throughout Europe, North America, and Asia, the reindeer has a thick, woolly undercoat and stiff, long hairs, making them extremely well suited for the Arctic climates in which they reside.

Reindeer remains have been found much further south, proving their presence during the late Pleistocene era as far south as Tennessee and Virginia, but as the glaciers receded, so followed the reindeer back north.

The Giants of the Ice Age series commemorates the eight extinct animals which ones roamed the earth during the last ice age, which took place during the Pleistocene Era.

  • Obverse: Features side profile of a Reindeer. Also on the side is the series name “GIANTS OF ICE AGE”, date, purity, weight and the outlines of the animals featured in the series.
  • Reverse: Depicts the Republic of Ghana coat of arms and the denomination.

 

2022 Pioneer Plaque Tchad 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Pioneer 10 – The first man-made object that left our solar system began its journey on March 3, 1972. It carries a gold-anodized aluminium plaque in case the spacecraft is ever found by intelligent life-forms from another planetary system.

Pioneer 10 would travel through the asteroid belt and head towards Jupiter, at speeds of up to 80,000 mph. It was thrown like a slingshot out of the solar system to explore the great beyond. On its way, it would collect data on our solar system that had never been gathered before. It would also carry the gold-plated Pioneer Plaque a “galactic greeting card” for any extraterrestrial life that might find it.

“It will be the oldest artifact of mankind,” explained Astronomer Carl Sagan, who helped bring the project to fruition, “A billion years from now, mountain building and erosion will have destroyed everything on the Earth, but this plaque will remain intact.”

Inspired by Greek and Roman sculpture, artist Linda Sagan Carl’s wife and Frank Drake, an astronomer who worked with Sagan at NASA, began to sketch out a visual message that could be understood by extraterrestrials that might encounter it. And, like any great

Introduction, the ‘greeting card’ begins with something that human beings and extraterrestrials have in common: hydrogen, the most prevalent element in the universe. Because hydrogen decays at a certain rate that defines a unit of time 21 seconds Sagan and Drake used it as a ‘universal’ yardstick for other measurements on the plaque particularly the Pulsar Map that identified the location of Earth in the known galaxy, Using the unit of 21, which can be multiplied by the binary digits represented by the small tick marks both in the pulsar map and in the diagram of the solar system,

Sagan and Drake built a system of symbolism, inspired by ‘Adam and Eve’, geared towards scientifically educated extraterrestrial inhabitants.

Anodized aluminium was a relatively high tech material at the time, so it was chosen for its durability. To withstand any potential obstructions during the journey through the asteroid belt, the aluminium was plated in thick gold, which was then engraved with Sagan and Drake’s artwork.

The finished plaque was mounted on the front of the pioneer spacecraft, and just days later, possibly the last time it was to be seen by human eyes, it was launched into the cosmos to float forever through infinite space, waiting to be found by friendly extraterrestrial beings.

 

2022 Noahs Ark 1 oz Armenian Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Armenian Silver Noahs Ark Series often flies under the radar for some investors. This collection launched in 2011 with three silver bullion coins, and has since expanded to include four additional weights in silver with a more recent introduction of gold bullion coins in the series.

Geiger Edelmetalle, a mint located in Germany, issues the coins of the Armenian Noahs Ark Series on behalf of the Republic of Armenia. The coins were introduced in 2011 at a time when silver hit its highest price in history. The series started that year with 1 oz, 1/2 oz, and 1/4 oz silver options available.

In 2012, the collection grew to feature four new silver coin weights above the 1 oz silver option. These included 5 oz, 10 oz, 1 Kilo, and 5 Kilo silver coins for investors. All seven coins have been available on an annual basis since that time with no breaks in production for any weight. The 1 oz silver coin has had the highest mintage among the seven in every year except for 2018 when the 1/2 oz silver coin sold roughly 63,000 more coins than the 1 oz specimen.

On the obverse of 2022 Armenian Silver Noahs Ark Coins is a depiction of the national coat of arms. The national emblem currently in use by the Republic of Armenia is relatively new and was adopted following the fall of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s.

The reverse side of 2022 1 oz Silver Noahs Ark Coins features an image of the famed biblical ark. Noahs Ark, it is said, was built by Noah and the members of his family to help preserve their lives and the lives of two of every kind of animal on Earth. God had given Noah these instructions to ensure humanity and natural wildlife could continue to prosper once he cleansed the Earth of its sins, and those who had strayed from his guidance.

 

2022 Tokelau Planet Terra 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Terra is the Latin word for Earth, our home. The series symbolizes the importance of strengthening our relationship with planet Earth and making it a place for future generations to thrive in.

The low mintage coin is introduced in the Latin phrase, “SERVA ME, SERVABO TE” (Protect me, I will protect you). The Earth provides every resource needed for life, but our actions have left a mark on it and it is important that we use these resources responsibly, no matter which side of the planet we live on.

The coin has a limited mintage of only 20,000 coins worldwide and is minted from pure .999 fine silver and comes in a premium protective capsule and struck by the Pressburg Mint, Slovakia.

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

 

2022 Tokelau Magnum Opus 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Math and science are two of the most important fields of study in the world. The laws of nature help us better understand the world around us. Celebrate one of the most exciting parts of nature, the Golden Ratio,

This coin is part of a series based around mathematics, the language of nature. The Golden Ratio was a mystery to scientists for centuries, but it continued to show up in various place around the world like snail shells and galaxies. Celebrate this unique phenomenon with this rare coin.

On the obverse, you will find the image of Queen Elizabeth II as designed by Ian Rank-Broadly. This effigy of Her Majesty was created by 1997 for use from 1998 onward. The image was used on coins from the Royal Mint and other Commonwealth coinage, and it was the fourth iteration of Her Majestys image to be used on coinage. There are curved spheres opposite the image of the Queen, and these spheres are each filled with a different pattern. The background contains stylized pinwheel shapes, and a shadow is shown behind the main design elements.

The reverse design showcases three rotating rectangles. Each of these rectangles contains various shapes and designs. The background is the same as the background on the obverse.

 

2022 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”.

The Austrian Mint, located in Vienna, is responsible for minting Austrian coins. Since 1989 it has been a public limited company and a subsidiary of Austria’s central bank Oesterreichische Nationalbank, which also has its headquarters in Vienna.

 


 

Mexican Bullion Coins:

 

2022 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:

 

2022 Donald Duck Christmas Disney 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Christmas greetings from Donald Duck™: The limited 2022 Premium Bullion coin Donald Duck™ Christmas was struck by the New Zealand Mint from one ounce of 99.9% silver.

The motive features Donald Duck™ holding a richly decorated Christmas wreath. The inscription “MERRY CHRISTMAS” is engraved at the bottom of the coin. The design also includes the inscription “1 oz 999 Fine Silver” and the Disney™ copyright. The reverse shows the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and the inscriptions “TWO DOLLARS,” “ELIZABETH II,” “2022” and “NIUE”.

 

2022 Aladdin 30th Anniversary Disney 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Disney’s Aladdin 30th Anniversary
On November 11, 1992, Disney released Aladdin to theaters worldwide. The musical film would be the first animated feature to generate over half a billion in box office sales and become the highest-grossing animated film of all time before the release of The Lion King. Aladdin’s delightful take on an Arab folktale combined with humor and catchy tunes made the film a treasure of entertainment. The song “A Whole New World” would win a Grammy for Song of the Year.

The titular character Aladdin begins as a lowly “street rat” of the desert city of Agrabah where he unwittingly gets drawn into a plot of the scheming royal vizier, Jafar. He had intended to use Aladdin to gain entry into the Cave of Wonders to obtain the magical lamp of the Genie. Aladdin’s monkey Abu can’t resist the forbidden treasures, which leads to dire consequences, but not before Aladdin is able to retrieve the magic lamp. Jafar, still disguised as an old man, demands that Aladdin throw him the lamp before he’ll help him out of the collapsing Cave of Wonders.

 

2022 Grogu Baby Yoda Star Wars 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
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 Grogu also known as “The Child™”.

The motive features the adorable Grogu™ trying to eat a soup with live tentacles sticking out of it. His big eyes are wide open and one hand grasps a spoon expectantly. 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 “2022”. Grogu™ was a force-sensitive child and belonged to the same species as Jedi Grandmaster Yoda™. Born around 41 VSY, he grew up in the Jedi Temple on Coruscant™, being taught by various masters. Then, at the age of about fifty, he met the Mandalorian bounty hunter. He was supposed to track it down for a dubious client, but then decided to take Grogu™ back from the client and protect it.

 

2022 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.

Obverse: Of the coin shows at its centre the Coat of Arms of Fiji, as adopted in 1908 by a Royal Warrant, consisting of a shield divided quarterly by the Cross of St. George and charged with lion at the top, supported by two Fijian warriors, one on each side – one clutching a spear and one holding a totokia club, and topped with a takia – a traditional Fijian outrigger canoe, in full sail. The objects on the Coat of Arms carry cultural, political, and regional meanings. The Cross of St. George and the lion at the top represent the United Kingdom, the former colonial power that ruled over Fiji. The cacao pod held in the lion’s paw, along with the sugarcane, coconut palm and bananas occupying three of the four quadrants, represent the country’s natural resource. The bottom left quadrant contains a dove that symbolises peace. At the bottom is the country’s motto: Rerevaka na kalou ka doka na Tui; translated from Fijian: Fear God and honour the Queen. On the left and right, separated by the Coat of Arms, the precious metal content: 1oz .999 FINE SILVER (one troy ounce of 99.9% silver). Around above, the name of the country and the date of issue: FIJI 2022; around below, the face value

 

2022 Scrooge McDuck 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Scrooge McDuck
In 1947, Scrooge McDuck made his first appearance in the Disney comic “Christmas on Bear Mountain” where he began his role as Donald Duck’s uncle. In this first story, he appears much more like his namesake, Ebenezer Scrooge from Charles Dicken’s A Christmas Carol, where his bitterness and dislike for humanity is on full display. However, further development of the character would make him into the more likable and outgoing business tycoon we’ve come to know and love. In cartoon form, Scrooge would be portrayed as a Scottish-American based in the fictional city of Duckburg. Scrooge is the founder of McDuck Enterprises and calls himself an “adventure capitalist.” His treasure-seeking exploits were the subject of many episodes of the cartoon series DuckTales. While known for his exclamatory one-liners and opulent displays of over-the-top wealth, Scrooge’s curmudgeonly ways center mostly on demanding high standards of those around him. The Scrooge we know today is fiercely loyal to his family and more benevolent with his wealth than his name implies. The most classic depictions of Scrooge are of him swimming in piles of Gold in his giant money bin in Duckburg.

 

2022 Wright Brothers Icons of Inspiration 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

This coin is the fifth release in the Icons of Inspiration series by APMEX and features the Wright Brothers: Orville and Wilbur Wright. These two are considered pioneers in American aviation because they invented, built, and flew the world’s first successful motor-operated airplane in 1903. Additionally, the Wright brothers also invented aircraft controls that made fixed wing powered flight possible.

The 0bverse: features a triumphant image of a muse, arm extended toward the sun, with the seal of the nation of Niue held in her left hand, The seal has what looks like a plant arrangement at centre, within a double ornamental circle, itself surrounded by a circle of sea shells. This is crowned with St Edward’s Crown (of the United Kingdom). Around above between the two, the inscription PUBLIC SEAL OF NIUE. Below that, a ribbon carries the motto ATUA NIUE TUKULAGI on two lines, below which two crossed katoua (Niue fighting clubs), On two lines to the left, the face value of the coin: TWO DOLLARS. Below, the date of issue 2022. These are also inscribed in the circle with the Public Seal of Niue, In small letters above the date, the designer’s initials JI (for Joel Iskowitz), Around above, twenty-two five-pointed stars; below the last of them, the engraver’s monogram (?), Around left, the precious metal content: .999 SILVER 1 OUNCE.

The reverse: design features the Wright brothers’ portraits in the foreground, with the blueprints for their airplane in the background, surrounded by a roller chain. Orville and Wilbur Wright’s signatures are seen below their respective portraits, Below left, on Wilbur’s shoulder, the designer’s initials JI (for Joel Iskowitz); on the right, on Orville’s shoulder, the engraver’s monogram (?).

 

2022 Green Lantern DC Comics Justice League 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Premium Bullion Coin was struck by the New Zealand Mint from one ounce of 99.9% silver and is dedicated to The Flash. It is the fifth release in the DC Comics™ Bullion Coin Series featuring the famous superheroes of the DC universe. The motive features the superhumanly fast running Flash™ in his iconic superhero suit. To his left is The Flash logo. In the background, the skyscrapers of Central City are visible. The reverse shows the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and the inscriptions “TWO DOLLARS”, “ELIZABETH II”, “2022” and “NIUE”.

Green Lantern’s first appearance was in 1940 in the All-American-Comic – issue ’16. Unlike many other superheroes, Green Lantern™ does not derive his strength from a mutation or extraterrestrial origin, but from a highly developed and magical technology in the form of a ring. The logo is often seen as an interpretation of this very powerful ring. Depending on the wearer’s skill and willpower, he can materialize almost anything with it. The superhero himself belongs to a small but powerful unit that stands up for law and justice throughout the universe, called the Green Lantern Corps™. Hal Jordan, the first human and youngest recruit, is responsible for the entire Earth in the process and must face a variety of villains to save the fate of humanity. Among his most famous opponents are Larfleeze™, Sinestro™ and Grayven™. Green Latern™ is a founding member of the Justice League™ together with Wonder Woman™, Aquaman™, Superman™, Batman™, Green Lantern™ and The Flash™.

 

2022 Samurai Ancient Warriors 1oz Fiji Silver Bullion Coin

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

The first bullion release in the Ancient Warriors series features the iconic Samurai warrior. Struck in 1oz of fine silver, this unique bullion piece is strictly limited to a mintage of 10,000.

Samurai () were the hereditary military nobility and officer caste of medieval and early-modern Japan from the late 12th century until their abolition in 1876. They were the well-paid retainers of the daimyo (the great feudal landholders). They had high prestige and special privileges such as wearing two swords and Kiri-sute gomen (right to kill anyone of a lower class in certain situations). They cultivated the bushido codes of martial virtues, indifference to pain, and unflinching loyalty, engaging in many local battles.

Though they had predecessors in earlier military and administrative officers, the samurai truly emerged during the Kamakura shogunate, ruling from c.1185 to 1333. They became the ruling political class, with significant power but also significant responsibility. During the 13th century, the samurai proved themselves as adept warriors against the invading Mongols. During the peaceful Edo era (1603 to 1868), they became the stewards and chamberlains of the daimyo estates, gaining managerial experience and education. In the 1870s, samurai families comprised 5% of the population. As modern militaries emerged in the 19th century, the samurai were rendered increasingly obsolete and very expensive to maintain compared to the average conscript soldier. The Meiji Restoration ended their feudal roles, and they moved into professional and entrepreneurial roles. Their memory and weaponry remain prominent in Japanese popular culture.

 

2022 Albert Einstein Icons of Inspiration 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The fourth instalment of the series showcases Albert Einstein, who is revered as one of the most influential physicists of all time. He is most known for developing the theory of relativity, first predicting the existence of black holes, and making essential contributions to the development of the theory of quantum mechanics through his explanation of the photoelectric effect and postulation of light quanta. Einstein’s work also heavily influenced the philosophy of science, and he received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921 for his contributions to the field of theoretical physics.

The German-born scientist denounced Adolf Hitler due to his pacifist nature and Jewish background. He, along with other major scientists, endorsed a letter sent to President Franklin D. Roosevelt that let him know the Germans were researching nuclear weapons and that the U.S. should be aware and conduct its own research. Einstein, however, firmly opposed using nuclear weapons in war, but feared what the Nazis would do if they weaponized them first, Einstein’s legacy is a testament to his immense intelligence, curiosity, humour and compassion for fellow man. The realms of science and mathematics wouldn’t be where they are today without his contributions.

 

2022 Sonic the Hedgehog Niue 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

SEGA released the first game featuring the titular character, Sonic the Hedgehog, on June 23, 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. Metal Sonic and Amy Rose first appeared in Sonic the Hedgehog CD, commonly knows as Sonic CD. Metal Sonic is the ultimate robot built by Robotnik and regards Sonic as an enemy. Amy Rose has a major crush on Sonic the Hedgehog and became his self-proclaimed girlfriend.

 

2022 Silent Mary Pirates of the Caribbean 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The fifth release of the Pirates of the Caribbean™ Series is dedicated to the Silent Mary™,  This coin is part of a New Zealand Mint collection of “premium bullion coins” featuring movie characters and themes, and is the fifth and final in a series dedicated to the Pirates of the Caribbean movies. The coin’s theme is Silent Mary, the ship from “Pirates of the Caribbean – Dead Men Tell No Tales” 2017 film.

The Silent Mary is a three-masted full-rigged ship of the Armada Española, which was under the command of Capitán Armando Salazar. The figurehead represents a woman holding a spear in her hand. The ship’s mainsails are decorated with a double eagle of the Holy Roman Empire, with the Royal Spanish coat of arms placed on its breast. The Silent Mary was active in the Caribbean during the Golden Years of Piracy, hunting down illegal pirate ships. However, during the 18th century, the flagship of the Royal Navy of Spain went missing after a fierce naval battle in the mysterious Devil’s Triangle. It was not until 1751 that the Silent Mary returned to the Seven Seas as a cursed ghost ship with a crew of vengeful spirits.

 

2022 IG-11 Mandalorian Star Wars 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
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 depicts the droid IG-11. The design also includes the copyright of Lucasfilm™ Ltd., the weight and the fineness. The reverse features the Niue coat of arms and the inscriptions “TWO DOLLARS” and “2022”.

IG-11™ is an assassin droid from the IG series and a member of the Bounty Hunter Guild after the Battle of Endor. During a bounty hunt he met and teamed up with the Mandalorian Din Djarin™, who was hunting the same target. However, because the Mandalorian™ wanted to deliver the target – a child of an unkown species – alive, he shot IG-11™. The Ugnaught Kuiil™ found and repaired IG-11™ a short time later and reprogrammed him to be a care droid and protector. When the Mandalorian™ returned to Arvala-7 to ask Kuiil™ for help, he appeared suspicious of the droid. Later, however, it was IG-11™ sacrificed himself to ensure the child’s safety.

 

2022 Flash DC Comics Justice League 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The Premium Bullion Coin was struck by the New Zealand Mint from one ounce of 99.9% silver and is dedicated to The Flash. It is the fifth release in the DC Comics™ Bullion Coin Series featuring the famous superheroes of the DC universe. The motive features the superhumanly fast running Flash™ in his iconic superhero suit. To his left is The Flash logo. In the background, the skyscrapers of Central City are visible. The reverse shows the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and the inscriptions “TWO DOLLARS”, “ELIZABETH II”, “2022” and “NIUE”.

Since the introduction of the comic hero The Flash™ in 1940, he has been embodied by different characters. One incarnation of The Flash™ is Barry Allen, who developed his supernatural powers after being struck by lightning in a laboratory accident. Since then, the superhero has been able to reach superhuman speeds – this applies to his physical locomotion on the one hand, but on the other hand his thought processes are also exceptionally fast. After his brother is murdered by a motorcycle gang, The Flash™ takes up the fight against the crime in Central City. Among his most famous opponents are Captain Cold™, Mirror Master™ and the Trickster™. The Flash™ is a founding member of the Justice League™ together with Wonder Woman™, Aquaman™, Superman™, Batman™, Green Lantern™ and Martian Manhunter™.

The obverse of the coin shows the crowned mature head of Queen Elizabeth II facing right (her effigy known as the “Fourth Portrait”). 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. In tiny letters below the head, the artist’s initials IRB (for Ian Rank-Broadley). Around the effigy is the monarch’s legend, the date of issue and the value: ELIZABETH II NIUE TWO DOLLARS 2022.

The reverse design depicts comics character The Flash in his super-humanly fast run, wearing his iconic superhero suit. To his left is The Flash thunderbolt emblem. In the background, the skyscrapers of Central City are visible. Around below, the precious metal content: 1 oz 999 Fine Silver (one troy ounce of 99.9% silver) followed by the copyright acknowledgement THE FLASH TM © DC (s22).

 

2022 E T Extra Terrestrial 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

This coin, produced under license by The Coin Company Australia in cooperation with APMEX, celebrates the 40th anniversary of the iconic E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial film release.

According to Stephen Spielberg, the concept for E.T. evolved out of a question he asked himself about what if an alien from Close Encounters of the Third Kind had stayed behind as a sort of exchange student. He then imagined the character from the perspective of his own childhood and the loneliness he felt during his parent’s divorce. Thus, E.T. was created as a friendly extra-terrestrial being who was left behind on Earth, but aided by the young boy Elliot to return home. In the course of this encounter, a unique friendship would emerge to the benefit of both characters and the delight of audiences around the world.

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial first premiered on 26 May 1982 at the Cannes Film Festival and later on 11 June 1982 across the United States. Its success was immediate, even surpassing the first Star Wars movie as the highest-grossing film of all time.

The obverse design displays the iconic scene of the full moon with the silhouette of Elliott and E.T. flying across on a bicycle. The Public Seal of Niue appears at the bottom of the moon face, which takes up the entire obverse, The seal has what looks like a plant arrangement at centre, within a double ornamental circle, itself surrounded by a circle of sea shells. This is crowned with St Edward’s Crown (of the United Kingdom). Around above between the two, the inscription PUBLIC SEAL OF NIUE. Below that, a ribbon carries the motto ATUA NIUE TUKULAGI on two lines, below which two crossed katoua (Niue fighting clubs), Around below, the face value and the date of issue, 2 DOLLARS 2022.

The reverse of the coin features an officially licensed image of E.T. raising his glowing finger while pointing to his glowing heart with the opposite hand. To the left of E.T. is the 40th anniversary logo as a privy mark. To the right of E.T. is the E.T. movie logo, reading (on two lines) E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL. Around above left, the copyright information: © Universal City Studios LLC. All rights reserved. Around above right, in large letters the metal content and purity: 1 OZ .999 AG (one troy ounce of 99.9% silver).

 

The 2022 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 “2022”.

 

2022 Year of the Tiger Niue 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
Dimensions:
40mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

You’ve probably heard of “The Eye of the Tiger,” but on this coin, the tiger’s got his eye on you! It’s the 2022 Year-of-the-Tiger Coin, the latest Chinese Lunar Animal coin from the New Zealand Mint struck in a full ounce of highly pure 99.9% fine silver.

Released on behalf of Niue, a small island nation in the South Pacific Ocean, this legal-tender $2 coin features an absolutely stunning image of the world’s biggest cat as is pads it way through its jungle habitat. It’s actually designed to look like a Chinese paper-cut tiger juxtaposed against delicate jungle flowers. Look closer, however, and you can see that this solitary predator has stopped for a moment to look over its shoulder as if it’s eyeing you up even as a savage growl spreads dangerously across its face. Just remember, you don’t have to be able to outrun a tiger—you just have to be able to outrun the person next to you! Located to the left of the big cat below its head and above its tail is the Chinese symbol for tiger.

Razor-Sharp Details Enhance This Brilliant Uncirculated Coin

The design literally crackles with bestial intensity thanks to its scintillating Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) finish, the result of it being expertly crafted by the mint with razor-sharp details that are as fresh and crisp as the day the coin left the mint. It’s an amazing depiction of the tiger, the third animal of the Chinese Zodiac. Tigers have a reputation for powerful energy and are known to be passionate, intelligent, enthusiastic, and ambitious. One look at this coin is all it takes. Put a tiger in your collection today with this fabulous 2022 Niue $2 One-Ounce Silver Year of the Tiger Coin!

 

2022 Lady and the Tramp Disney 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Lady and the Tramp
Based on the story “Happy Dan, The Cynical Dog” from a 1945 Cosmopolitan Magazine, Lady and the Tramp is a love story between a Cocker Spaniel named Lady and a mutt named Tramp. The well-known film was released in 1955 by Walt Disney. In the popular film, Lady is from an upper-middle-class home while Tramp is only a stray mutt. As a new baby arrives in Lady’s home followed by her owners’ vacation, Lady must adjust to Aunt Sarah and her Siamese cats. As Lady transitions from a beloved pet to an outcast in her own home, she catches the attention of Tramp.

The most memorable scene of the film occurs when Lady, having been rescued from a muzzle put on by Aunt Sarah, is shown by Tramp how to live collar-free. Tramp takes Lady to a local Italian restaurant where the owner, upon seeing the two dogs together, puts together a candlelit dinner in the back alley with spaghetti and meatballs. This scene is now represented in Silver as the two dogs eat from the same noodle, turning into an accidental kiss.

  • Limited mintage of 15,000 coins worldwide
  • Obverse: Features the Ian Rank-Broadley likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II surrounded by the country and face value.
  • Reverse: Displays an officially licensed image of the famous spaghetti scene from Disney’s Lady and the Tramp. Also included is the metal content, purity and Disney copyright for further authentication.

 

2022 Silver Bitcoin Niue 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Following the success of the Bitcoin silver coin in 2021, Coininvest is pleased to present to you the 2022 version!

The idea of creating a unique coin came from the owner of Coininvest Daniel Marburger and his team. They wanted to combine silver and bitcoin, to make a digital investment tangible. It was a fun idea, something a little out of the ordinary and it became a success.

Indeed this is an opportunity to be part of modern numismatic history and will appeal to precious metal and cryptocurrency investors alike.

The obverse of the coin features the famous logo and the inscription 1.3 mBTC(millibitcoins) which is how much bitcoin would be necessary to purchase 1 oz of silver. (at the time of its design). And finally the weight denomination (1 oz Fine silver), the metal (silver) as well as the year of the issue-here 2022. The binary code which can be found on the edge of the coin reveals the name Satoshi, who is the inventor of the famous Bitcoin.

The reverse of the Bitcoin silver 1 oz coin portrays her Majesty Elizabeth II. The Queen is wearing the Queen Mary button stud pearl earrings and the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland tiara. This is a portrait designed in 1998 by the sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley and you can find his initials IRB by the neck of Elizabeth II.

 

2022 Rebel Alliance Star Wars 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Star Wars Rebel Alliance Starbird
Following the collapse of the Galactic Republic into the Galactic Empire, an alliance of star systems rebelled and thus began the Galactic Civil War. As a symbol of that alliance, rebel leaders such as Leia Organa would adopt the starbird or phoenix which had appeared informally in anti-Imperial graffiti, in response to the demise of Galen Marek whose family crest bore the same symbol. Marek, an apprentice to Darth Vader, turned from the Dark side and sacrificed himself to protect the leaders who would go on to found the Rebel Alliance. This symbol would appear on the helmets, starships and other equipment of the alliance. Thanks to the leadership of Leia Organa, Admiral Ackbar, Han Solo, Luke Skywalker and many others the Rebellion would eventually be victorious.

As a direct reactionary movement to the formation of the Empire, the Rebel insurgency conducted covert operations on Imperial garrison-worlds and utilized a stateless strategy in conjunction with wolfpack-guerrilla warfare against the Imperial Fleet throughout the galaxy. Capital ships had no place in the Rebellion; they are expensive to build, maintain, and to keep fully crewed. The Rebellion was far too limited in both manpower and resources to justify putting so much of both into a giant target. When the Galactic Empire is capable of always fielding greater numbers and greater firepower, being able to hit high-valued targets and get out is much more important. While the Empire considers all dissent and rebellion as acts of extremism and terrorism in Imperial propaganda, the Alliance is described and portrayed in various Star Wars media as a group of resilient freedom fighters, based on tolerance, self-empowerment, and hope for a better future using insurgency weapons and tactics.

Reverse Features the officially licensed Rebel Alliance Starbird Symbol from Star Wars. The reverse also features the metal content, purity, and the Lucasfilm copyright for further authentication.

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

 

2022 Queen Annes Revenge Pirates of the Caribbean 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The fourth release of the Pirates of the Caribbean™ Series is dedicated to the Queen Anne’s Revenge from the 2011 Disney™ hit Pirates of the Caribbean – On Stranger Tides™.

Struck by the New Zealand Mint from one ounce of 99.9% silver, the motive of the premium bullion coin features a shadowy image of the ship as well as a stylized depiction of its captain Edward Teach – better known as Blackbeard – holding a skull in his hand. The inscriptions “QUEEN ANNE’S REVENGE”, “PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN”, “1 oz 999 Fine Silver” and 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,” “2022” and “NIUE”.

The Queen Anne’s Revenge™ is a three-masted full-rigged ship with red paint and gold leaf on the stern. The figurehead depicts a skeleton holding a scythe in its right hand. The bow and stern of the ship are also decorated with numerous miniature skeletons. The red sails, which are very dirty and perforated, refer to the ship’s years of service in numerous battles. A peculiarity of the Queen Anne’s Revenge™ is that she has changed ownership and nationality several times – she was British, then French, before finally being under Blackbeard’s command. The 30-meter-long ship weighs 300 tons and is equipped with a total of 40 cannons.

The reverse features the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and the inscriptions “TWO DOLLARS,” “ELIZABETH II,” “2021” and “NIUE”.

 

2022 Lionfish Hakuhakulele Tokelau 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.

The Lionfish is a genus of venomous marine fish,  native to the Indo-Pacific. Also called 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 recent and significant invasive species in the west Atlantic, Caribbean Sea and Mediterranean Sea.

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.

 

2022 Beskar Bar Mandalorian 1oz Silver Bullion Bar

Manufacturer: Apmex
Dimensions:
51.mm x 23mm
Weight (grams):
31.03
Fineness:
999

Following the huge success of the first officially licensed STAR WARS™ – Mandalorian™ bullion bars,
The Beskar Bar is being reissued in 2022 struck from one ounce of 99.9% silver in uncirculated quality. The bar replicates an ingot of Mandalorian iron Beskar and features the characteristic wave shape that Beskar ingots are stamped with. Also included in the design is the logo of the Galactic Empire.
The reverse features the Niue coat of arms as well as the denomination, year of issue, weight, fineness and official copyright.
 
Beskar is an extremely strong alloy that was used in Mandalorian armor and was characterized by a high tolerance to damage of various kinds. Thus, the metal was durable enough to withstand a direct blaster shot and repel lightsaber strikes. It is not without reason that Beskar is one of the most valuable metals in the entire galaxy. The Mandalorians have an almost religious relationship with Beskar and are convinced that it belongs exclusively in the hands of their people. With this highlight for fans of the STAR WARS™ – Mandalorian™ series,

 

2022 Bird of Paradise Papua New Guinea 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

Issued between 1894 and 1911 the German New Guinea Mark was legal tender in the colony until fully replaced by the German Mark – itself supplanted four years later by the Australian Pound after the colony was captured in the First World War. The finest version was undoubtedly the 10 and 20 Mark gold coins issued from 1895. Depicting a bird of paradise with outstretched plumage, resting on a forest tree branch, it’s a stunning piece, which you can see in the image of an 1895 original piece further down.

The Commonwealth Mint had an easy job lat year reproducing that gorgeous reverse, thankfully resisting the temptation to tinker with the original design in any way.

APMEX are now issuing a sequel:

  • Obverse: Features the national emblem of Papua New Guinea, and face value.
  • Reverse: Depicts a modern design of a Bird of Paradise in flight. Included is the name of the coin, purity, weight and year of issue.

 

2022 Hawkesbill Turtel Niue 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: New Zealand Mint
Dimensions:
40.5mmx 2.3mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

Niue Hawksbill Turtle Coins were initially issued by the New Zealand Mint from 2010 to 2013 as the Fiji Taku. The design on the reverse was essentially the same, with the TURTLE inscription then reading TAKU instead, using the native Fijian term for the species. As of 2014, the coins have been issued for Niue.

Obverse

On the obverse of 2022 New Zealand $2 Niue Hawksbill Turtle Silver Coins is an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. Designed in 1998 by Ian Rank-Broadley, this portrait of the Queen featured on British coins from 1998 to 2015, Australian coins from 1999 to 2018, and remains a popular choice on the coins of Commonwealth nations like Niue, Tuvalu, and the Cook Islands. The effigy shows the Queen in right-profile relief with the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara. The inscriptions on this face read ELIZABETH II, NIUE, TWO DOLLARS, and 2021.

Reverse

The reverse field of 2022 New Zealand $2 Niue Hawksbill Turtle 1 oz Silver Coins comes with a depiction of the hawksbill. A species of sea turtle, the hawksbill has a global distribution throughout the equatorial belt of the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Oceans. The design here shows the turtle swimming along through the water with bubbles passing around its figure. There is a smooth sliver along the side that reads TURTLE, with an inscription below the design element of FINE SILVER .999 1 OZ.

 

The 2022 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 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 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 2022 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 2022 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 2022 1 oz Cook Islands Bounty Silver Coins includes a depiction of HMS Bounty as it sails across the ocean. 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.

While HMS Bounty set out on a simple mission, it met an infamous end in the course of its expedition as a mutiny led by Fletcher Christian succeeded in taking control of the ship. HMS Bounty met its doom elsewhere, but during its voyage passed through the islands of the Cook Islands.

 

2022 Aquaman DC Comics Justice League 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

This Premium Bullion Coin was struck by the New Zealand Mint from one ounce of 99.9% silver and is dedicated to Aquaman™. It is the fourth release in the DC Comics™ Bullion Coin Series featuring the famous superheroes of the DC universe. The motive features a depiction of Aquaman™, whose leap out of the water creates ripples. To his right is the iconic Aquaman logo. The reverse shows the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and the inscriptions “TWO DOLLARS”, “ELIZABETH II”, “2022” and “NIUE”.

Known by his real name Arthur Curry™, Aquaman™ made his first appearance in 1941. Since then, not only has his appearance increasingly changed, but his backstory has also been constantly expanded and revised. Although sometimes ridiculed for his ability to communicate with sea creatures, the son of a lighthouse keeper and an Atlantean princess is one of the most important superheroes in the DC universe. With the oceans, he commands an empire that encompasses three-quarters of the Earth’s surface, along with all the creatures that live in it. Additionally, he has telepathic abilities and can move extraordinarily fast in the water. Since 1960, he has been a founding member of the Justice League™, along with Wonder Woman™, Superman™, Flash™, Green Lantern™, Batman™ and Martian Manhunter™. The DC Comics™ Aquaman™ Premium Bullion Coin in Silver is limited to only 15,000 pieces worldwide.

 

2022 New Zealand Kiwi Specimen Finish 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The 2022 Kiwi coin was struck by New Zealand Post from 1 ounce of 99.9% silver in uncirculated quality and features a Specimen finish.

Designed by Stephen Fuller, the motive depicts a Little Spotted Kiwi (Apteryx owenii) sitting in a nest with its chick. The design also includes the inscription “LITTLE SPOTTED KIWI – APTERYX OWENII” and the denomination.

The reverse features the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II with the inscriptions “NEW ZEALAND,” “.999 Ag 1oz,” “ELIZABETH II” and “2022.” The Little spotted kiwi, which the Māori also call “kiwi pukupuku” due to its round-bellied appearance, is the smallest of the five kiwi species. It lives on five islands off the coasts of New Zealand, where it was deliberately introduced by humans to ensure the survival of its species after it was almost wiped out on the two main islands. The plumage of the small omnivore is grayish brown to grayish with tiny pale spots.

The Specimen Finish Kiwi Silver Coin is limited to 5,000 pieces worldwide and is delivered in an illustrated blistercard from the New Zealand Post.

 

2022 Fiji Dogs 1oz 999 Silver Bullion Coin

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

The first issue of the new Series Fiji Dogs. The coin was struck from one ounce of 99.9% silver and is issued in a mintage of only 12,000 pieces worldwide. The motive shows a Dog that seems to run towards the viewer, as well as a house and mountains in the background. The name of the series, “DOGS”, is also included in the design. The reverse features the national emblem of Fiji, as well as the weight, fineness and denomination of the coin.

Dogs are generally considered “man’s best friend.” The domestication of the wolf can be dated back more than 100,000 years, making the dog the oldest domestic animal of man. Today, there are about 800 known dog breeds – the Chihuahua is one of the smallest recognized dog breeds, whereas the Great Dane with a withers height of at least 80 cm and the Irish Wolfhound with up to 95 cm are among the largest dog breeds.

The obverse of the silver coin is occupied by Fiji’s national coat of arms, in use since 1908. A shield is placed in the center of the depiction above a banner with the motto of the South Seas state “Rerevaka na Kalou ka doka na Tui.” (Fear God and honor the Queen). In the shield head is a golden, crowned lion with a cocoa pod in its paws. Below, a St. George’s cross divides the shield into four fields. In the four fields there are representatives of the flora and fauna typical of the country: a sugar cane plant, a coconut palm, a dove of peace and a banana tree. The shield is flanked on either side by two warriors in the local loincloths, one armed with a spear and the other with a club. A traditional outrigger boat with a sail is adorned above the shield.

Reverse: The largest part of the depiction is taken up by a dog, which jumps towards the viewer with its snout happily open and its tail raised. Front paws are crossed in the air while he pushes off with powerful hind legs ready for the next leap. He presents his tongue to the viewer as if he is already panting from running so fast. Its long, well-groomed fur flaps in the wind. The background is a mountain backdrop, the slopes of which rise steeply to the right. On the right side, on a hill in front of the mountains, a house nestles against the mountainside. The obverse bears the title of the coin series, “DOGS”.

 

2022 The Cobra Indian Wildlife 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

Manufacturer: East India  company
Dimensions:
38.9mm
Weight (grams):
31.10300
Fineness:
999

Saint Helena is a small island in the South Atlantic Ocean which is part of the British overseas territory of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha. The currency of the island is the Saint Helena pound, fixed at parity with the pound sterling. The island has authorised some private mints to issue coins under its jurisdiction, which come in a variety of sizes – including in the popular silver ounce (1 oz silver) format, usually denominated as £1.

This premium bullion coin is part of the Cash Coin Collection featuring the wildlife of various countries, and has The Cobra as a representative of Indian Wildlife.

The Indian cobra (Naja Naja) – a poisonous snake found on the Indian subcontinent – is considered a symbol of luck and wisdom. Furthermore, in Indian mythology it is an attribute of the Hindu god Shiva. On average, the snake reaches a length of 2 meters, making it one of the largest venomous snakes, which are common from the southern Himalayas to Sri Lanka. The most striking feature of the cobra is its neck shield, which is spread out in a threatening posture

 

2022 Sir Isaac Newton Icons of Inspiration 1oz Silver Bullion Coin

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

The third issue of the series Icons of Inspiration is dedicated to Sir Isaac Newton. The motive was designed by coin designer Joel Iskowitz and features an image of the eminent scientist with symbols that are representative of his teachings. In his right hand, he holds a prism that refracts a beam of light. The Quarter Guinea gold coin of 1718 and an open book with an inscribed formula on which an apple lies are in the foreground. In the background are three planets kept in motion by the forces given in the equation of the book. Below the portrait is Newton’s signature. The reverse displays a triumphant image of a muse stretching her arm towards the sun. Also included in the design is the official coat of arms of Niue, as well as the denomination and year of issue.

Born on December 25, 1642 in the English county of Lincolnshire, Isaac Newton was one of the most important physicists, mathematicians and astronomers in history. With his “Philosophiae Naturalis Principa Mathematica”, he researched the theory of gravity, which made an important contribution to our understanding of the universe and with whose help he explained why an apple falls to the ground. Other areas of research to which Newton devoted himself were optics (refraction of light), algebra, and mechanics. In 1696, he was appointed keeper of the Royal Mint and minted the first ever quarter guinea coin – replacing the scarce five-shilling silver crown. At this time Newton showed great political commitment. He was knighted in 1705 and held the title of “Sir” until his death on March 20, 1726.

 


 

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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