Australia $1 Year of the Pig Gilded Lunar Series I 1 Oz Silver coin 2007

The commemorative of the Australian Mint launched in 2007 is dedicated to the Pig as the lunar patron of the year. The purest silver coin weights 1 Oz, its face value is 1 Australian dollar. The Pig “rules” the last year in the 12-year cycle of the Chinese zodiac. In contrast to Western culture the ancient people of China considered the Pig as the symbol of wealth and prosperity, so it’s a favorable animal. The finely crafted silver coin depicting the Year of the Pig is an excellent investment into precious metal as well as a beautiful object to give for a present. The Pig’s relief covered with gold is surrounded by floral ornament on a smooth shiny surface. On the sides of the animal are the year of issue and the Chinese character meaning “pig”. The weight and fineness of silver are indicated under the Pig’s image. The obverse shows the Queen’s profile on the matted field with circular inscriptions explaining the name of Her Majesty, the face value of the coin and the country of issue.

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