Australia 2006 Year of the Dog 10 Kilos Silver Coin - Certificate #1

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This is biggest silver coin ever issued by the Perth Mint in 2006.

The Perth Mint's Australian Lunar Series is favored by investors as a means of adding precious metals to their investment portfolio. This unusually large silver coin is also highly collectable.

Obverse design: the 10 kilo silver coin depicts a German Shepherd, a smart and protective dog that bonds strongly with its keeper, the Chinese character for 'dog', the year-date, and also a border of bats and clouds, traditional Chinese symbols of health, peace and prosperity.

Reverse design features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and the face value of AUD300. Each coin comes in a protective acrylic case.

Planned mintage: 1,000 pieces worldwide.

The final mintage: 78 pieces worldwide.

This massive .999 fine silver coin, weighs 10,000 grams or 321.5 troy ounces, equivalent to over 26.7 troy pounds!

Metal: Silver
Weight: 10 Kilos
Fineness: 99.9%
Denomination: AUD 300 Dollars
Condition: Brilliant Uncirculated
Mintage: 78 pieces
Year: 2006
Diameter: Max. 221 mm
Thickness: Max. 33 mm