The Somalian Elephant coins are known for their beautiful renditions of the majestic creature and this 2015 1 oz .999 fine Gold coin is no different!
- Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Gold.
- All elephants are in a protective plastic capsule.
- Obverse: The Somalian Coat of Arms and the date adorn the obverse of this coin along with the face value of 1000 shillings.
- Reverse: Similar to 2014s design, the 2015 shows a cow and her calf as they walk through the plains of Africa. Trees and birds can be seen in the distance behind them. Along the rim is the coin's weight and purity.
- Minted at the Bavarian State Mint in Germany.
Protect and display your coin in style by adding an attractive display box recommended for this coin.
Being the largest land animal and one of the most majestic creatures on the planet, this is sure to be a hit with collectors and investors alike. Add this 2015 Gold Somalian Elephant to your cart today!
The history of the 1 oz Gold Elephant coins
Issued by Somalia, these 1 oz Gold coins are actually manufactured by Das Bayerisches Hauptmunzamt Mint, the Bavarian State Mint, in Munich, Germany. The 2015 Gold bullion coin is just one of many Gold and Silver coins produced by the mint over the course of its long history, which dates back to 1158. These Gold coins for sale are part of the African Wildlife series of coins initially introduced to the Silver market by Zambia in 1999. The Gold coins were not added until Somalia took over issuing the series in 2004.
Why invest in 1 oz Gold coins?
These 1 oz Gold coins embody everything that collectors and investors look for in Gold coins. The 2015 Gold bullion contains one troy ounce of .999 fine Gold making the coins highly sought after by investors, while their brilliant uncirculated finish and beautiful design make the bullion coins appealing to collectors. Collectors also appreciate the Gold bullion coins because the obverse design changes annually. No matter why you buy these Gold coins, you are sure to want these in your possession.
Many invest in 1 oz Gold coins to provide a safe haven when the U.S. dollar weakens.
Gold, like in these Gold coins, has maintained its status as a Precious Metal of value for thousands of years. Many investors include Gold coins in their investment portfolios to add stability when the U.S. dollar weakens, as it did between 1998 and 2008. During those years, the price of Gold started below $300 per ounce and reached $1,000 per ounce of Gold in 2008. Subsequently, the Gold spot price topped out near $1,900 per ounce in 2011 and has since moved lower as the U.S. dollar gained strength.
Collect 1 oz Gold coins that showcase the African Elephant.
Each year these 1 oz Gold coins feature a new depiction of one of Africa’s most beautiful and grand animals, the African Elephant. The 2015 Gold bullion features a cow and a calf walking together as birds fly behind them. Other Gold coins from the series portray the elephant alone or in profile, while the reverse of these Gold coins always features the Somali coat of arms. The Gold bullion coins have been minted since 2004, so finding the older Gold Elephant coins may present just the kind of challenge that most collectors enjoy.