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2018 Cook Islands 1 oz Silver Bounty Coin

2018 Cook Islands 1 oz Silver Bounty Coin

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The Cook Islands Silver Bounty coins are known from the legendary novel '"Mutiny on the Bounty" and are perfect for any collection. This design features a "net" like design in the field. This adds dimension to the coin.

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Silver.
  • Coin comes in protective plastic. Multiples of 20 come in plastic tubes.
  • Obverse: Displays the weight, purity and face value below an image of the sailing vessel Bounty.
  • Reverse: Depicts the Ian Rank-Broadley likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
  • Sovereign coin backed by the Cook Islands government.

Protect and display your Silver coin by adding a beautiful gift box to your order.

This Silver coin combines bullion value with great collector appeal. Add this 2018 1 oz Cook Islands Silver Bounty Coin to your cart today!

The Bounty in Popular Culture

The Cook Islands 1 oz Silver Bounty Coin is just one link in the long chain of the story of the Bounty mutiny in popular culture. Of course, the legendary 1932 novel Mutiny on the Bounty is beloved by generations of readers for its thrilling sea story, but it is less well known that there were two sequels to the novel. Besides the book trilogy, the story has been the basis for multiple stage plays, three Hollywood movies and one West End musical. This is a story that has captured the imagination for centuries. The 2018 Cook Islands 1 oz Silver Bounty Coin is a gorgeous way to carry the story for future generations, sparking the flame of interest for the next wave of readers.

Understanding the Price of Silver

Understanding the factors that affect the price of Silver is important to making savvy decisions when investing in Silver coins, bars and rounds. Whether buying world coins or Silver bullion bars and rounds, the price of Silver is constantly changing, just like the price of any publicly traded commodity. The Silver spot price, which is the basis for Silver coin prices, is influenced by current events, market speculation, and supply and demand. For example, if a government makes a Silver purchase, it will be much larger than a few Cook Islands Silver Bounty Coins. A government would purchase many, many kilos and it is possible the effect on the Silver market would be seen immediately. Having a grasp of the things affecting Silver prices could help you time your purchases to be most advantageous.
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