NEW YORK, N.Y., December 4, 2017 (Newswire.com) - The Royal Australian Mint continues its incredible Lunar series with its latest release, the highly appealing 2018 1 oz Gold Lunar Year of the Dog Coin .9999 Fine BU. This series has enjoyed great popularity, following on its 2017 release, which celebrated the Year of the Rooster. The Royal Australian Mint began its own Lunar series in 2006, and each year’s release upholds the high-quality standards of its coins.
The Most Loyal Animal
Lunar coin series celebrate the Chinese Zodiac calendar. This 12-year cycle has a different animal featured for each year. People born in the year of a certain animal are said to share characteristics for that animal. Those born in the Year of the Dog’s traits are lively, responsible, and valiant.
The new 2018 1 oz Gold Lunar Year of the Dog Coin .9999 Fine BU is available at Bullion Exchanges.
This beautiful gold coin is crafted of .999 fineness and struck in the Brilliant Uncirculated condition. As legal tender of Australia, it is fully backed by the Australian government. This beautiful coin is available in a variety of sizes: 1/2; 1/4; 1/10; 1/20, that makes you an affordable option for any investor or collector.
The obverse showcases a profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, a design by Ian Rank-Broadley, encircled by depictions of the 12 signs and moon phases of the Chinese Zodiac. The reverse holds a stylized image of two dogs, inscribed with the year of mintage and the Chinese character for the dog.
Royal Australian Mint coin
The RAM Lunar series distributed by the PAMP holds the profile portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II each year, with an annually changing reverse that commemorates the animal of that Lunar year. The coins in this series are available in a variety of sizes and offer high divisibility to any portfolio. This coin is exclusively distributed by PAMP.
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Source: Bullion Exchanges