2010 Australia 2 oz Silver Lunar Tiger

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  • Description:

    Being minted alongside its Australian Lunar Series I counterpart, the 2010 tiger is one to catch coin collectors' and investors' attention alike. The tiger is 2 ounces, of .999 fine silver and is delivered in its mint sealed capsule for protection. The coin's condition is brilliant uncirculated but has the features of a proof coin. The 2010 tiger is the third installment of the Australian Lunar Series II and is nothing short of the Perth Mint's intricate detail and design.

    The obverse of the 2010 tiger portrays the monarch of Australia, Queen Elizabeth II, in a stunning proof-like design. Surrounding her side portrait is the date of mintage, 2010, 2 oz .999 silver, $1, and Australia inscribed. The reverse of the silver coin reveals a much more calm tiger than that of Series I. The resting tiger is laying down on soft grass and is using a small tree for shade. The tiger looks proof-like but the real focus is on the blades of grass underneath the cat. Some blades stick out, with a beautiful mirrored finish while other blades have more of a matte finish. This revolutionary style the Perth Mint has adopted with combining proof and matte finishes to the coins intrigues both the collectors and the investors.

    The tiger is the symbol of bravery and prowess and is honored in the Chinese culture. People born under the year of the tiger are fearless, daring, and unpredictable when it comes to their actions. In ancient times, emperors would paint tigers all over their throne rooms to make it known they are the ones to be feared. The tiger also represents power and authority.

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    • Year: 2010
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