2022 PAMP 1 oz Silver $2 Animals of Africa: Black Rhino

2022 PAMP 1 oz Silver $2 Animals of Africa: Black Rhino

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This exciting series features animals of Africa like the black rhino, known for its massive horns and armor-like hide.

Coin Highlights:
  • Sold out at the mint!
  • Contains 1 oz of .999 fine silver.
  • Each reverse proof coin comes in an individually sealed custom capsule along with a graphic CD style fold-out booklet that contains interesting facts.
  • Mintage of only 2,500 coins worldwide.
  • First black rhino shaped coin ever produced.
  • Obverse: Features the black rhino.
  • Reverse: Displays the queen's effigy along with the date. Each coin comes with a unique serial number.
  • Manufactured and guaranteed by PAMP Suisse.

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PAMP products are manufactured in Switzerland and are world-renowned for their superior craftsmanship. Add the 1 oz coin to your cart today!

PAMP is known for making some of the highest quality bullion in the marketplace. In addition to being a leader in the precious metals industry, PAMP also makes some of the most beautiful collectibles. Some of these examples include jewelry (ingot-pendants), commemorative legal tender coins, and officially licensed products.

Black Rhino
The black rhino resides in various densely-wooded habitats of eastern and southern Africa and can often be found grazing on leaves, buds and shoots of plants. The black rhino can run up to 30 miles per hour, reach up to 5 feet at the shoulders, weigh up to 1.5 tons, and live up to 40 years. While their senses of smell and hearing are excellent, they are known for having poor eyesight, which explains their sometimes unprovoked infamous charges. Critically endangered, the main predator for black rhinos is humans, who often illegally poach them for their prized horns for a variety of reasons.

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