Silver Lunar Series 2 (2008-Present)
Australian Silver Lunar Series 2 - The Perth Mint’s lunar theme has been secured for another 12 years with the introduction of the Australian Silver Lunar Series 2. Created due to popular demand from international investors, the Australian Silver Lunar Series II began in 2008 with the Year of the Mouse coins and will end in 2019 with the Year of the Pig coins. Following the highly popular Australian Silver Lunar Series 1, this second series has also attracted attention from collectors and investors all over the world.
The design for the Australian Silver Lunar bullion coin series draws its inspiration from China’s ancient lunar calendar. Central to the stories in the calendar are 12 animals, each said to have a profound influence over those born under its year of "rule." Thus, the Australian Silver Lunar series showcases these 12 animals that play a part in the calendar. Struck from .999 fine silver, Australian Silver Lunar Series II coins are a great way to acquire and invest in precious metals. Legal Australian tender, most Silver Lunar Series II coins are struck with a larger diameter.
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The 2010 Silver Lunar Year of the Tiger features a tiger lying under a tree, and the Chinese character for ‘tiger.’ The Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination are s.... Read More
In the Chinese Lunar Calendar, 2012 is the Year of the Dragon. The dragon is known for its strength, beauty, and noble nature. These traits are flawlessly portrayed in the Perth Mint's 2012 Year of the Dragon coin. Not only is th.... Read More
This 2008 Year of the Mouse Silver coin features an image of two mice on a bed of straw with pumpkins in the background. The Ian-Rank Broadley likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination.... Read More