This section of the site presents a gold coin issued as part of the Lunar Calendar series. It was released by the Perth Mint at the end of 2015. The money sign immediately became popular due to its impeccable quality, interesting design and limited circulation. All these parameters make the coin a good investment object, as well as a wonderful gift.
"Year of the Monkey" is a recognizable coin from the Lunar II series, made of gold of the highest standard. On the front side is a portrait of Elizabeth II. There are two inscriptions on top: ELIZABETH II and AUSTRALIA. In the lower part, in the form of a semicircle, the weight of the monetary sign, sample, nominal value, year of issue is presented.
On the back of the money sign is the symbol of 2016. At the bottom there is relevant information - Year of the Monkey ("Year of the Monkey"). Closer to the top there is a Chinese character, which denotes the name of the animal.
The Year of the Monkey coin was released as part of the Lunar II series. We can say that this is a good choice for collectors and those who pursue the goal of multiplying capital. You can buy it in our online store. We sell original banknotes, provide a guarantee on them. You can get more information about the interested product, as well as place an order from our managers.
Yes, we take out coin insurance during delivery. This guarantees the safety of the purchase and the return of the full value of the goods in case of force majeure.
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Delivery time depends on how you choose to receive the item. Courier delivery takes from 2 to 5 working days. Sending by mail - from 3 to 7 days.
No, but a coin can be an original gift for a very dear person, due to the fact that the year of issue of the coin may be the year of his birth.