RCM Silver Lunar Coins (2012 Dragon Coins)
Royal Canadian Mint Year of the Dragon Coins - Introduced by Emperor Huan Ti in 2637 BC, the Chinese lunar calendar consists of a 12-year cycle, with each year featuring a different representative animal: the Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig. The character of each animal is believed to influence the events and political and economic conditions of its year, as well as the personality of individuals born during its cycle.
The personal connection of the each year's animal to the individuals born in that year makes the Chinese lunar calendar a popular subject for collectible coins. APMEX is proud to offer a variety of beautiful coins to honor each of the 12 animals from the entire lunar calendar. Each animal is represented in second-to-none designs by the Royal Canadian Mint.
To view available Royal Canadian Mint Chinese Lunar Silver coins, or to get Silver prices, click on the image representing the available Royal Canadian Mint Lunar Year of the Dragon Coins of your interest:
This 1 Kilo (32.15 oz) .9999-fine Proof Silver coin from the Royal Canadian Mint features a Chinese Lunar Dragon in a field of lotus blossoms on the reverse struck in ultra-high, medallic relief. The obverse show.... Read More
This .9999-fine Silver coin from the Royal Canadian Mint features a Chinese Lunar Dragon with the date and denomination on the reverse. The obverse shows Susanna Blunt's design of Queen Elizabeth II of England..... Read More
This Silver coin from the Royal Canadian Mint, shaped like a lotus flower, features a Chinese Lunar Dragon and is lined with lotus flowers and clouds of good fortune. The obverse shows Susa.... Read More
This affordable 2012 1/2 oz .9999 fine silver coin from the Royal Canadian Mint displays old-world craftmanship and skill with evident quality. It features a one-year-only, rampaging dragon with the Chinese charact.... Read More