2021 Series III Lunar Ox 1 Kilo BU Silver Coin. The Perth Mint continues the Series III Lunar coin program with this 2021 design celebrating the Year of the Ox. In Chinese mythology, the ox is one of 12 animals that participated in the Emperors Great Race, held to determine the order in which they would represent the lunar zodiac.
The ox finished second and has subsequently ruled every second year in the 12-year lunar cycle including 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009 and 2021. Kind, intelligent, hardworking, calm, honest and reliable, the ox is said to bestow many outstanding characteristics on people born under its influence.This 99.99% pure silver coin portrays an ox and its calf with a cherry blossom tree, a symbol of love and beauty. The design includes the inscription OX 2021 , the Chinese character for ox and The Perth Mints P mintmark. Issued as Australian legal tender, it bears the Jody Clark effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. Meticulously crafted in a superior bullion finish, featuring shiny motifs on a delicately frosted table, the coin includes an authentication feature on the reverse in the form of a micro-laser engraved letter. Detectable only under magnification, it is designed to make it significantly more difficult for the coin to be counterfeited.
The Australian Lunar Year of the Ox 2021 1 Kilo Silver Bullion Coin is presented in an individual protective acrylic capsule, as shown. The coin pictured is the coin for sale.
It is new, in perfect condition, and was obtained directly from the Perth Mint. Sent via Standard Post or choose Express Post with signature.
Internationally via International Express Post with signature. The 2 oz, 1 oz and half oz versions of this coin are also available. The item "2020 Lunar Ox 1 Kilo Silver Coin" is in sale since Tuesday, September 22, 2020.This item is in the category "Coins\Bullion\Silver\Coins & Rounds". The seller is "silver_kev" and is located in Mirrabooka, Western Australia. This item can be shipped to Australia, United States, United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, France.