Year of the Rooster Gold Coins
In the Chinese zodiac, the rooster is the tenth animal in the 12-year cycle. People born in the year of the rooster are believed to possess certain personality traits and characteristics associated with the animal.
Roosters are known for their confidence, reliability, and hardworking nature. They are also considered intelligent, observant, and good problem solvers. Roosters are typically well-organized and efficient and have a keen sense of time and punctuality.
In Chinese culture, the rooster is associated with good luck and prosperity. The rooster is believed to symbolize fidelity and loyalty, often depicted alongside the dragon and the phoenix in Chinese art and mythology.
People born in the year of the rooster are believed to share these traits and characteristics, and they are thought to be successful in careers that require hard work, dedication, and attention to detail. They are also thought to be sociable and enjoy the company of others, and they have a strong sense of responsibility towards their families and loved ones.
The Chinese Zodiac, a captivating facet of Chinese culture, bestows a unique animal upon each year in a 12-year cycle. These animals—Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig—imbue individuals with distinctive traits and destinies.
About The Chinese Zodiac
This ancient tradition, the Shengxiào, kindles passions, guiding lives with a dynamic interplay of characteristics attributed to each animal. Much like a vibrant tapestry woven from five elements—Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water—these animals forge an intricate narrative of identity, destiny, and compatibility.
The Chinese New Year heralds a fresh cycle, enveloping celebrations with familial warmth and cultural reverence, painting existence with the colors of each unique creature.
One of the most popular coins produced by the Perth Mint is the Lunar Series, which celebrates the Chinese zodiac calendar. The mint also makes other popular coin series, such as the Kangaroo, Kookaburra, and Koala series.
In addition to its coin production, the Perth Mint is responsible for refining approximately 90% of the gold mined in Australia. The mint's refining process is recognized as one of the most advanced in the world, and the London Bullion Market Association and the Shanghai Gold Exchange accredit it.