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Why should you order this $20 Cook Islands Emperor Penguin Silver Antiqued Coin for your collection?
This sculpture-like coin was released in 2018 from the Cook Islands and features the 3D shape of an emperor penguin. The emperor penguin is one of the most charismatic and lovable animals in the world and this coin featuring a sculpture of an adult and its young. The coin features many unique aspects as it was struck in a stunning three-dimensional design and boasts a limited mintage of just 888 coins released worldwide.
Featuring impressive 3D technology!
The obverse features the traditional effigy of Queen Elizabeth II created by Ian Rank-Broadley.
The reverse is manifested in a sculpture of an adult emperor penguin and a young chick. The design was given an antiqued finish making it a more visually impactful coin.
In GEM BU condition and in the original Mint packaging
This coin is certified is GEM Brilliantly Uncirculated (BU), this means that the coin is a visually stunning piece and is at least the quality of Proof 65 coin. The 3D coin is placed in the original wooden box from the Mint with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Make this $20 Cook Islands Emperor Penguin Silver Antiqued Coin a part of your collection now!
This 2018 Cook Islands Emperor Penguin 88 g Silver Antiqued $20 Coin GEM BU Original Government Box 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:||2018|
|Mint:||Mayer Mint GmbH Germany|
|Packaging:||Original Government Box|
|Display Weight:||88 g|
|Weight in Grams:||88 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||2.8293 oz|
|Legal Tender:||Cook Islands|
|Reverse Design:||Emperor Penguin Details|
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