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Why purchase this 2021 Tokelau Lunar Mirror series Year of the Ox 1 oz. silver proof coin?
The Tokelau Lunar Mirror series was launched in 2016. The series' designs are based upon the animal symbols that represent each year of the twelve-year lunar cycle of the Chinese Zodiac. This sixth release of the series is a celebration of the Ox, an animal known for its calm persistence and strong will.
Gorgeous Mirrored Image Design
Obverse: Ian Rank-Broadley's effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is featured on the obverse, with a Tuluma, the national badge of Tokelau, depicted below. The imagery is encircled by a cross hatched border and includes the inscriptions "ELIZABETH II TOKELAU 2021," "1 OZ. 999 SILVER" and "FIVE DOLLARS." A British sculptor, Mr. Rank-Broadley won the competition to create the Queen's coinage portrait in 1997.
Reverse: The reverse features a charging Ox on the left with a standard proof finish, and a mirror image of the creature on the right with an opposite, reverse proof finish. Inscribed "YEAR OF THE OX" and "2021."
Exquisitely Struck GEM Proof in Original Mint Packaging
This 2021 Tokelau Year of the Ox 1 oz. Silver Proof $5 Coin is presented in ungraded GEM Proof condition, encapsulated and housed in its original Mint package: a handsome red display case accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
Add this very low mintage 2021 Mirror Ox 1 oz. Proof Silver coin to your collection today!
This 2021 Tokelau 1 oz Silver Lunar Year of the Ox Mirror Proof $5 Coin GEM Proof 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:||2021|
|Mint:||Mayer Mint GmbH Germany|
|Display Weight:||1 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||31.1035 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1 oz|
|Obverse Design:||Queen Elizabeth II Effigy|
|Obverse Designer/Engraver:||Ian Rank-Broadley|
February 12, 2021, marks the start of Chinese New Year celebrations throughout Asia and the beginning of the Year of the Ox.