|Grade:||Proof - 69 UCAM|
|Mint Mark:||Not Shown|
|Metal Content:||0.25 troy oz|
The second coin in a three year series featuring New Zealand's iconic bird, the Kiwi, and the Southern Cross.
The Kiwi is one of the most often associated animals with New Zealand, and the Southern Cross is the official emblem and one of the smallest constellations known.
Just 1,800 of these pure gold (0.999) proof $10 coins are available worldwide – a reflection of their prestige in the international collecting community. The 2009 gold proof coin was a sellout success and this is another superb example of the mint’s work. Beautifully presented in an elegant case,this coin was graded as a PF69 by NGC.
The New Zealand Mint is a privately owned company in Auckland, New Zealand. It is the only privately owned mint in New Zealand, purchasing refined gold from international sources to produce coins. They have established their reputation over the past four decades for their high quality design as exhibited by their innovative commemorative gold and silver bullion products. The only precious metal mint in New Zealand, the mint uses the tag-line “Minters of the South Pacific” and produces collector and bullion coins for a number of pacific nations, including Fiji, the Cook Islands, Niue and Tuvalu.