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Many prey on this silver tiger coin from the Perth Mint due to its low mintage of 56,077. Being the last of the Australian Lunar Series I but the third installment of the Australian Lunar Series II, the 1 ounce silver coin is nothing short of the great detail that comes out of the Perth Mint. This coin bears the date 2010, which is in line with the Chinese zodiac year of the tiger but it was actually minted in 2007. The 2010 year of the tiger silver coin is delivered in brilliant uncirculated condition and is in a mint sealed capsule.
The tiger has always been feared as a result of his bravery and cruel forcefulness, whether it's with people or other animals. This fear led the people in ancient times to make the tiger the symbol of power and royalty. Emperors always had tiger paintings or stone carved tigers to remind the people they are the most powerful and royal in the land. People born under the year of the tiger are active, fast, and good at self-expression.
This ferocious coin displays a large tiger, roaming the Asian mountains. Just in its stature, it proves how prideful and powerful it is. The tiger's stripes are intricately drawn, missing not one detail. The year, 2010, is vertically inscribed next to the tiger and 1 oz. .999 silver is underneath. When you turn the coin around, you will see a beautiful and well-known side portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Ian Rank-Broadley. The coin's denomination, $1, is written around the rim, along with "Australia", where the coin was minted. The coin's condition is brilliant uncirculated but like the rest of the Australian Lunar Series, it has some remarkable proof-like qualities as well. Those who invest and collect the Australian Lunar Series are in for a special treat!