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In Chinese culture, the horse is looked upon as strong, resilient, kind, and meek. They would even issue a nickname, Qianli Ma, to young able bodied people who could cover a lot of ground in one day on foot. A horse is known to be tamed but will always have a rebellious inner self. They are associated with travel and racing. Those born under the horse year are known to be the center of attention in social settings, tend to leave home at a young age, and are clever when it comes to career ventures. They are also kind, gentle, and sociable. A weakness that is connected to the year of the horse is impatience, hot headedness, and an inclination towards pessimism. Give this coin as a gift of good fortune or consider starting this magnificent collection yourself. Each coin's design differs from year to year so you will have quite a diverse collection on your hands!
The 2002 Silver Horse displays a simple lone stallion, galloping as free as the wind. Each hair on his mane is intricately drawn as if it’s effortlessly flowing with each gallant stride. 2002 is the written alongside the mare with 1/2 oz .999 silver underneath its dancing hooves. On the obverse of this silver coin, the well-known side portrait of Queen Elizabeth II is shown and is surrounded by the coin's denomination and the word, "Australia." This silver coin is in brilliant uncirculated condition but has stunning proof-like traits as well. The Perth Mint only produced a very low number of coins each year for the Australian Lunar Series I and this coin is no different. Many coin collectors start with the Australian Lunar Series I due to the low mintage of all the silver coins.