Australian Silver Lunar III- 5 oz - 2020

7800005

differenzbesteuert nach § 25c UStG

as good as new

protective acrylic capsule

original coin box (10 pieces)

Buy: € 106,77incl. tax plus shipping

Sell: € 71,20
  • Privy Series
    The original series with a limited edition of 300,000 pieces per motif are usually quickly sold out, which is why Bayern LB, as distributor of the Perth Mint, was able to establish the "Privy Mark" series. The Privy Mark symbol (special characters) for the Lunar series is a lion from the Free State of Bavaria. The circulation is usually between 50,000 and 100,000 coins. Except for the P (Privy Mark) and the lions picture, the coins are identical to the original series.

    General Product description

    Issued annually since 1987, the trusted releases offer an outstanding choice of pure gold, silver and platinum coins, each authorised by the 
    Australian Government as official legal tender.

    Perth Mint started the Lunar Series II coin program with gold and silver variants in 2008 due to the popularity of this series’ first iteration
    (Lunar Series I). These coins honor the animals in the Chinese Zodiac, and have become one of the most awaited annual coin releases in the
    world.

    The Australian Lunar Coins are available in multiple sizes and mintages. Production of the coins with unlimited mintages will close at the end
    of the year when The Perth Mint will declare each coin's official mintage. A maximum mintage of 300,000 1oz silver coins applies. Production will cease when the mintage is fully sold or at the end of the series, whichever comes first.

    Extremely popular with investors, Australian Lunar coins celebrate the 12 animals of the Chinese lunar calendar. In 2018, the coin artistry
    portrays a Goat on the 99.99% pure gold releases marking the Year of the Pig.

    Front (Motif- or Mainside, Obverse (numismatics))
    As always, the obverses designs differ between the gold coin and silver coin collections although both feature the pig. The reverse side celebrate 2019 – the Year of the Pig - according to the Chinese calendar. The coins shows an adult pig. The pig rest next to a spray of peony flowers; the unofficial National Flower of China represents spring, reproduction and feminine beauty.

    Back (Valueside, Reverse (numismatics))
    Reverses of these bullion silver coins bear the familiar Ian Rank-Broadley rendition of Queen Elizabeth II.

    Australian Lunar Series III 1oz Gold and Silver Bullion Coin Releases:
    2020 Year of the Mouse

    Australian Lunar Series II 1oz Gold and Silver Bullion Coin Releases:
    2008 Year of the Mouse
    2009 Year of the Ox
    2010 Year of the Tiger
    2011 Year of the Rabbit
    2012 Year of the Dragon
    2013 Year of the Snake
    2014 Year of the Horse
    2015 Year of the Goat
    2016 Year of the Monkey
    2017 Year of the Rooster
    2018 Year of the Dog
    2019 Year of the Pig
    Forthcoming issues:
    open
  • Gross weight in grams 155,5175
    Finess 999,9/1000
    Tax differenzbesteuert nach § 25c UStG
    Condition as good as new
    Single package protective acrylic capsule
    Multi package original coin box (10 pieces)
    Endge fluted
    Thickness in mm 6,14
    Diameter/Width in mm 65,6
    Country Australien
    Par value 8 AUD