Australian Silver Lunar Ox Coins

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Australian Silver Lunar Ox Coins

The Australian Silver Lunar Series includes beautifully designed coins based on the Chinese lunar calendar. Each year, the Perth Mint in Australia releases a new coin featuring one of the 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac. These coins have become popular with collectors and investors due to their unique designs and high-quality silver content.

The Australian Silver Lunar Ox Coin was released in 2021, the Year of the Ox. The Ox is the second animal in the 12-year cycle of the Chinese zodiac.

The coin's design features an ox and elements of Chinese symbology. The coins are struck in .9999 fine silver and are available in various sizes, from 1/2 oz up to 1 kilogram.

Our Most Popular Ox Coin: 2021 Australia 1 oz Silver Lunar Ox BU (Series III)

Like the others in this series, the Silver Lunar Ox coin contains .9999 fine silver. It has a limited mintage of 300,000, making it a desirable purchase for collectors. The obverse features the Jody Clary version of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, surrounded by the date, face value, silver weight, and purity. The reverse displays an Ox with its calf with a Chinese character for "ox." It is a sovereign coin backed by the Australian government.

Featured Product: 2009 Australia 3-Coin Silver Year of the Ox Proof Set

This silver ox set includes all three coins: 2 oz, 1 oz, and 1/2 oz. Together, they total 3.5 ounces of .999 fine silver. It has a limited mintage of 1,000 sets. All coins are sovereign coins backed by the Australian government.

About the Perth Mint

The Perth Mint is a world-renowned mint that is located in Perth, Western Australia. It was established in 1899, during Western Australia's gold rush era, as one of three Australian branch mints of the British Royal Mint (the others were the Sydney Mint and the Melbourne Mint).

The Perth Mint is known for producing high-quality gold, silver, and other precious metal products, including bullion and collectible coins. It is known for its innovation and beautiful designs, many of which feature Australian wildlife or are inspired by Australian culture and history. In addition to coins, the Perth Mint also produces bars, jewelry, and other precious metal products.

The Perth Mint was originally a government establishment, then it was transferred to the government of Western Australia in 1970, and it now operates independently of the Royal Australian Mint, which is the official mint of the Australian government.

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