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The Montserrat Sea Turtle is next in the EC8 series. This 1 oz Silver coin is issued by the island of Montserrat and is one of eight releases each year in this historic low mintage series which began in 2018.
The EC8 (Eastern Caribbean Bank) program consists of four coins minted each year on behalf of each of the eight Caribbean island members that comprise the ECCB - Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The ECCB is the official issuer of the Eastern Caribbean Dollar, the currency of the EC8 coin program since it began in 2018.
- Limited mintage of 25,000 coins.
- Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- Coins come in protective plastic capsules.
- Obverse: Displays an image of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, along with the weight and purity below.
- Reverse: A sea turtle fills most of an off-center circle upon the coin while the silhouette of another sea turtle can be seen above and to the left. Below is the year 2022. Outside of this circle and below is a unique random pattern along with the name Montserrat.
- Both obverse and reverse rims feature wavy radial lines, making the coins harder to duplicate and providing a measure of security.
- The coins, manufactured and distributed by Scottsdale Mint, are legal tender in the territories of the eight members that comprise the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank.
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Collect a piece of history from each of the beautiful Caribbean Islands. Add this Montserrat Sea Turtle coin to your cart today!
Montserrat is located in the Leeward Islands of the Eastern Caribbean, which is part of the chain known as the Lesser Antilles in the West Indies. It is a British Overseas Territory whose nickname, "The Emerald Isle of the Caribbean" is derived from its resemblance to coastal Ireland and for its Irish ancestry (prisoners, indentured servants, forced laborers and loyal opposition soldiery) of many of its inhabitants who began arriving on the island around 1632. The national bird of Montserrat is the endangered oriole. In 1995, the Soufriére Hills volcano became active again, which led to evacuations of nearly two-thirds of the island's population and increased the endangerment of the oriole.
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