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The dog symbolizes fortune and good luck in Chinese culture. It is believed that the dog is man's best friend and even understands the human spirit, whether the owner is wealthy or not. When a dog would wonder to someone's house, normally that would be an annoyance but in ancient times, it was a sign of good luck to adopt the dog. An interesting fact: black poodles are viewed as the luckiest animal to the Chinese culture. People who own dogs were viewed as immortal so it's safe to say you need to own a dog; even if it's just this coin!
This 2006 silver dog coin is 1 ounce pure silver, is in brilliant uncirculated condition with proof-like qualities, and comes in a mint sealed capsule. The amount of these coins that the Perth Mint produced is 98,825, making these coins a hot commodity in the coin-collecting world. The Australian Lunar Series I is the perfect starter collection for anyone who wants to buy silver and collect coins at the same time. The obverse of the coin displays the famous side portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Along the rim, the coin's denomination, $1, and "Australia" is written. The reverse reveals the main attraction: the dog. This dog looks more like a coyote or a wolf, sitting by its lonesome. It's ears are perked as if it's listening but its body language reveals the relaxed state of the dog. Man has had a relationship with dogs since the beginning of time so it appropriate that this dog looks approachable. The year, 2006, is written vertically, next to the dog and 1oz .999 silver is written horizontally under the dog. If you aren't a dog person, bring good luck and good fortune into your life by purchasing this silver dog! Our stock is limited so now is the time to act!