Perth Mint Gold (2013 Snake Coins) (PCGS Certified)
Australian Gold Lunar Year of the Snake Coins (PCGS Certified) - Designed by the Perth Mint in Australia, the Australian Gold Lunar coins are among some of the most beautiful coins in the world. Centered around the Chinese lunar calendar, the Australian Gold Lunar Series II coins appeal to collectors and investors all over the world. Created because of popular demand from international investors and the success of the Australian Gold Lunar Series I coins, the Australian Gold Lunar Series II began in 2008 with the Year of the Mouse coins and will end with the Year of the Pig coins in 2019.
Struck from .9999 fine gold, Australian Gold Lunar Series II coins are a great way to acquire and invest in precious metals. Legal Australian tender, most Gold Lunar Series II coins are struck with a larger diameter. Inspired by China’s ancient lunar calendar, the Australian Gold Lunar Series coins feature the 12 animals central to the calendar's stories. According to the lunar calendar, each of these 12 animals has a profound influence over those born under its year of "rule."
In addition to beautiful designs and pure Gold content, all Gold Lunar coins here have been certified by PCGS, one of world's top coin grading services. This further guarantees the purity and condition of your Australian Gold Lunar coins!
To view available PCGS Certified Australian Gold Lunar Year of the Snake coins, click on the image representing the gold coins of your interest:
Extremely limited mintage of just 388 Gold Snake High Relief coins! Mintage Limited to 7,500 Silver Snake High Relief coins! This beautiful Proof High Relief Gold Lunar c.... Read More
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Mintage of no more than 3,000 sets!
Each of these beautiful Proof Gold coins features a snake curled amongst grass and bamboo shoots. The Chinese character for ‘snake’ and the inscription ‘Year of the.... Read More
This beautiful Proof Gold coin features a traditional Chinese dragon, a ‘pearl of wisdom’ and the Chinese character for ‘dragon’ on the reverse. The Ian Rank-Bro.... Read More