Why should this Mint State 69 2017 Cook Islands High Relief Antiqued Silver Panda and cub be the newest addition in your collection?
Created in 2017 by Coin Invest Trust (CIT), this piece of unique coinage features their revolutionary "SmartMinting." This technology promotes new standards in commemorative coins and allows standard weighted coins to achieve an exceptional High relief finish, previously less attainable. This coin has a weight of 88g, a metal content of .999 fine silver, and a low mintage of just 888 coins. The number 8 is used so frequently since it is the number of luck in Chinese culture.
Featuring one of the most loved creatures in our world - a giant panda!
The obverse was created by Ian Rank-Broadley and features the effigy of Queen Elizabeth. This is the fourth Portrait of Her majesty to appear on British coinage since her accession to the throne in the early 1950s.
The reverse features a mother panda and her cub sitting together, the image has received an Antiqued finish, which causes the coin to appear old and worn.
Graded Mint State 69 Early Releases by NGC!
The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) awarded this coin the grade Mint State 69, for being a well-struck coin with only minuscule imperfections. It was graded within the allotted first month of its issue, allowing it to gain the designation Early Releases. Finally, it was encapsulated with the exclusive panda label only found at MCM.
Don't wait to make this 2017 Cook Islands High Relief Antiqued Silver Panda and cub part of your collection!
|Year of Issue:||2017|
|Mint:||Mayer Mint GmbH Germany|
|Release Type:||Early Releases|
|Label/Signature:||Exclusive Panda Label|
|Display Weight:||88 g|
|Weight in Grams:||88 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||2.8293 oz|
|Legal Tender:||Cook Islands|
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