2020 St. Helena 1 oz Gold India Wildlife Peacock (COA #4)

2020 St. Helena 1 oz Gold India Wildlife Peacock (COA #4)

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The Cash Indian Wildlife series continues with a .9999 fine Gold version of the Peacock. There is an extremely limited mintage of 100 only. This coin is accompanied by certificate #4 and a display box.

The detailed engraving of the peacock, with the raised relief allows the design to stand out against a striking patterned background.

Coin Highlights:
  • Extremely limited mintage of 100 coins.
  • Includes the Certificate of Authenticity #4, along with a display box.
  • Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Gold.
  • APMEXclusive® worldwide.
  • Second release of the Treasures of India Wildlife Gold bullion collection.
  • Obverse: Likeness of Queen Elizabeth II, date and face value, set against a patterned background.
  • Reverse: Features the regal Peacock with a beautifully detailed relief, against a patterned background. Also included is the Gold weight and purity.

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Add the St. Helena 1 oz Gold £100 Cash Indian Wildlife: The Peacock coin with COA #4 to your cart today!

Treasures of India Wildlife Series
The second release of the Treasures of India Wildlife series features the Peacock, the national bird of India. The bird symbolizes grace, pride and beauty and is often used in Indian mythology and stories. The male peacock typically has the lavish display of feathers we are familiar with. The female peacock tends to be smaller and lacks the tail. The Peacock design on the coin is an original design by Veronica Mackinnon, and captures the grace and beauty of the animal.

The "CASH" denomination shown on the coin is also one of historical significance. CASH coins were currency units used during the time of British rule in India. While the origin of the word "CASH" has been up to debate, one thought is that it was derived from the Sanskrit word "karsa", equaling a weight of Silver or Gold equal to 1/400 of a "tola".

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