About Australian Lunar Series III Year of the Rabbit 2023 1 Oz Silver Bullion Coin -Perth Mint
Celebrate this auspicious occasion with a Year of the Rabbit coin.
A prestigious coin series, Perth Lunars package gorgeous designs, limited mintages and universal appeal into one series. Get yours today!
The coins are so intricately detailed that they look almost too good to handle. But don’t be fooled. Each coin is finely crafted from 99.99% pure silver and stands as a shining reminder of this historic moment that arrives only once every 12 years when the Year of the Rabbit is celebrated by all those born under its sign.
A rabbit sits alertly on the obverse side while another reaches toward an emerging branch. The design also includes the Chinese character for rabbit, the inscription “RABBIT 2023,” and the Perth Mint’s “P” mint mark. While the reverse of the coin portrays Jody Clark’s image of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, along with the silver’s date, face value, weight and purity.
The Perth Mint strikes each coin from .9999 fine silver, ensuring its weight and purity. You can own this coin as a beautiful, valuable addition to your investment portfolio or as a gift for someone born in any year rabbit is celebrated. Also, this series packages beautiful designs, limited mintages, and universal appeal all in one program.
- Silver is .9999 fine and weighs one ounce.
- Multiples of 20 typically come in sealed rolls in a protective plastic capsule.
- Limited mintage with a max of 300,000 coins.
- A rabbit sits alertly on the obverse side while another reaches toward an emerging branch.
- On the reverse of the coin, Jody Clark’s image of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, along with the silver’s date, face value, weight and purity.
- Australian government-backed sovereign coin.
- Weight: 1 troy ounce
- Purity: .9999
- Year: 2023
- Mint/Brand: Australian Perth Mint
- Denomination: 1 Dollar
- Diameter: 40.6 mm
- Finish: Bullion
More About Australian Lunar Series
The Perth Mint’s third edition of the Australian Lunar series features coins depicting animals featured in the Chinese lunar calendar. Each year, the reverse of the design changes to fit with the Chinese lunar calendar, and in the year 2023, it celebrates the Year of the Rabbit. Despite this, in 2023, 2011, 1999, 1987, 1975 and every 12th preceding year, people born under the Chinese lunar rabbit sign are intelligent, creative, vigilant, and compassionate.
So, today, order your Australian Lunar Series III Year of the Rabbit 2023 1 oz Silver Bullion Coin!