Why should you choose this unique 2017 Cook Islands Famous Skylines - Singapore Foil Note for your collection?
Minted at the Mayer Mint for the Cook Islands this foil note is part of a ground-breaking collection of Famous Skyline Dollars; the first legal-tender silver notes to ever be released. The note is minted from five grams of .999 pure silver and features less than half the thickness of the standard copy paper of .045 millimeters.
Featuring the Singapore skyline!
The obverse features the traditional portrait of Queen Elizabeth II created by Ian Rank-Broadley along with the specifications of the note; the weight, legal tender and limited mintage of just 5,000 notes released.
This silver note is minted as if it were a coin, being struck in an appealing Prooflike finish and featuring the iconic skyline of Singapore. The skyline has been colorized and features the prominent Statue of Raffle which stands in the business district of Singapore.
In perfect condition and quality!
This foil note has received the designations of PMG Gem Unc 70 meaning that the coin is visually appealing and of superb quality in all aspects of strike and condition.
Don't wait! Purchase this 2017 Cook Islands Famous Skylines - Singapore Foil Note for your collection today!
This 2017 Cook Islands Famous Skylines - Singapore Foil Note 5 g Silver Prooflike $1 PMG Gem Unc 70 is proudly minted by the Mayer Mint GmbH Germany. The Mayer Mint produces medallions and commemorative coinage made of gold, silver, and other precious metals, for a variety of countries.
|Year of Issue:||2017|
|Mint:||Mayer Mint GmbH Germany|
|Grade:||Gem Unc 70|
|Display Weight:||5 g|
|Weight in Grams:||5 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||0.1608 oz|
|Diameter:||70 x 150 mm|
|Legal Tender:||Cook Islands|
One innovation that caused widespread ripples and collector excitement in the hobby over the last few years has been the advent of the foil note. These offerings are a great way to own precious metals due to their unique characteristics, lower price point and strong collector interest in the various subjects depicted on the foils.