Silver Coins from Africa
Silver Coins from Africa - APMEX sells premier Silver coins from Africa. APMEX offers a wide selection of high-quality silver products from various African countries. In this category, you will find Silver coins from the following countries in Africa: Botswana, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Lesotho, Liberia, Malawi, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia, and possibly others.
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The 2015 1 oz gilded Somalian Silver Elephant Coin from the African Wildlife Coin Series appeals to coin collectors all over the world for its depiction of one of the most fascinating animals found in Af.... Read More
This is the fourth coin in this series. It shows the Gold-banded Forester (Euphaedra neophron). It sits, virtually lifelike, in a winged 3D-technique on the .925 fine silver coin and looks like it could fly away at an.... Read More
This .999 proof-like silver coin is the first in a brand new series, Protect the Nature. In the center on the reverse side is a beautiful image of the Elephant. The obverse has the National Arms of the Republic o.... Read More
This .999 proof-like silver coin is the second in a new series 'Protect the Nature'. This coin features a beautiful image of a baby elephant side by side with its mother. The obverse has the National Arms of the .... Read More
This 2012 Silver Somalian African Elephant coin from the African Wildlife Coin Series appeals to coin collectors around the world for its depiction of one of the most fascinating animals found in Africa: t.... Read More
This colorful .925 fine Proof Silver coin pays tribute to the Saber Tooth Tiger. They are so called for their large, saber-like maxillary canine teeth, which extended from their mouths even when it was closed. S.... Read More