This 2015 1 oz Silver coin from the tropical New Zealand territory of Tokelau features an imposing Great White Shark swimming through the depths of the ocean. This impressive specimen is prominently displayed hunting for his next meal.
- Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- Multiples of 20 come in mint tubes. Multiples of 500 come in mint boxes. All other coins will be in protective plastic.
- Obverse: The likeness of Queen Elizabeth II along with the Tuluma, which is the national symbol of Tokelau. The Tuluma is a wooden tackle box used by the fishermen of Tokelau, inscribed with “Tokelau mot e Atua” meaning “Tokelau for God,” referencing the influence of Christianity in Tokelau.
- Reverse: An intimidating Great White Shark swimming against the current, with smaller fish in the background.
- Mintage is yet to be determined; for context, the Yellowfin Tuna (previous coin in the series) has a mintage of 100,000 coins.
- Sovereign coin backed by the government of Tokelau.
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The second release of a 12-coin series behind the Yellowfin Tuna, the Great White Shark will undoubtedly be even more popular than the inaugural release. Add this fearsome beast to your cart today!
The history of 2015 Silver bullion Mokoha Great White Sharks
These New Zealand coins are from the tiny tropical territory of Tokelau, a territory of New Zealand located halfway between Hawaii and New Zealand in the South Pacific Ocean. This 2015 Silver coin is the second one in a series that highlights the wildlife found among the trio of coral atolls that make up the territory. While the inaugural Silver coin depicted a Yellowfin Tuna, this Silver coin focuses on a much deadlier mammal, the Great White Shark. Selling Silver bullion and other Precious Metals coins is one of the few ways Tokelau generates income for itself.
Why invest in these Silver coins?
These 2015 Silver coins contain 1 troy oz of .999 fine Silver, and they are sovereign Silver coins backed by the Tokelauan government. Though these Silver coins have a limited mintage, their premium over the spot price of Silver is low, making these Silver bullion coins ideal for investing. The 1 oz Silver coin price allows investors with budgets of all sizes to add Silver to their investment portfolios at a lower price point. Many buy Silver because the global supply is finite, and the relative purchasing power has historically remained stable during economic downturns.
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The 2015 Tokelau 1 oz Silver $5 Mokoha Great White Shark adds variety to world coin collections. Owning this 2015 Silver coin is sure to spark interest among family and friends because more likely than not, most people have probably never heard of the tiny, yet beautiful territory. Consider the 1 oz Silver coin price, and you will see this Silver coin provides you with a cost-effective way to add a collectible Silver coin to your coin collection at a lower price point. After buying this Silver coin, browse the inventory at APMEX for other rarer Silver coins such as the 2015 Ascension Island 1 oz Silver Rule Britannia or the 2015 Isle of Man Silver 1 Crown Selkirk Rex Cat Proof.
“Sovereign Silver bullion coins,” what does that mean?
When you see Silver coins that are sovereign, this means the coins are minted by a government, and that they carry a face value when in circulation. Though this Tokelau 2015 Silver bullion coin has a face value, its real value is in its .999 fine Silver content. These rare coins also have numismatic or collector value that increases the 1 oz Silver coin price. Numismatic Silver coins are typically priced higher than investment-grade Silver coins because the premium includes a markup for rarity and historic or artistic value.