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Why purchase this Australian 2021 1/2 oz. Silver Year of the Ox frosted ingot?
This frosted silver ingot is an homage to the 2021 Lunar Year of the Ox. The hardworking, patient and honest Ox is the second animal symbol in the twelve-year ancient Chinese zodiac.
Bold and Beautiful Commemorative Imagery
Obverse: The effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is located on the obverse, framed by a pattern of delicate willow branches, which are a symbol for humility. Inscribed "ELIZABETH II," "AUSTRALIA 2021" and "1 DOLLAR." This fifth definitive portrait of the Queen was created by Jody Clark, a sculptor for Great Britain's Royal Mint.
Reverse: The reverse features an ox moving forward in a grass field with branches of willow above. Inscriptions include "YEAR OF THE OX" and the Chinese character representing Ox.
Gorgeous Brilliant Uncirculated Ingot in Original Mint Packaging
This 2021 Australia 1/2 oz. Silver Year of the Ox Frosted Ingot is considered to be in Brilliant Uncirculated (GEM BU) condition. The ungraded silver dollar is encapsulated and housed in the original RAM "lucky red" Lunar series themed display case. The illustrated box features a Certificate of Authenticity printed on the underside of the lid.
Add this limited mintage 2021 Australian Year of the Ox 1/2 oz. Silver Frosted Ingot to your collection today!
This 2021 Australia Lunar Year of the Ox - Frosted Ingot 1/2 oz Silver $1 Coin GEM BU in Mint Capsule & Box is proudly minted by the Royal Australian Mint. The Royal Australian Mint releases both circulating currency and collectible coins.
|Year of Issue:||2021|
|Mint:||Royal Australian Mint|
|Packaging:||in Mint Capsule & Box|
|Display Weight:||1/2 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||15.5517 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||0.5 oz|
|Diameter:||42.7 x 24.70 mm|
|Legal Tender:||Australian Legal Tender|
|Obverse Design:||Queen Elizabeth II Effigy|
February 12, 2021, marks the start of Chinese New Year celebrations throughout Asia and the beginning of the Year of the Ox.