1 Oz silver Cook Islands (various years)
The 1 Oz silver Cook Islands is minted in silver with a purity of 999/1000 and a weight of 31.1 grams. Its design features an image of the HMS Bounty, the ship Captain Cook commanded when he first visited the Cook Islands in 1773.
The 1 Oz Cook Islands silver coin is a beautifully designed investment coin and legal tender in the Cook Islands, a group of 15 islands in the Pacific Ocean. As well as producing a series of silver and gold coins, The Cook Islands are famed for producing a unique range of coin bars – a combination of a silver bar and silver coin.
Design of the 1 Oz Cook Islands silver coin
This silver coin stands out due to its impressive design featuring the HMS Bounty. It is with this ship that English explorer, Captain James Cook, navigated the seas when he first visited the Cook Islands in the 18th century. As is the case with many silver coins, Queen Elizabeth II graces the flipside of the 1 Troy Ounce silver Cook Islands coin.
1 Oz pure silver Cook Islands coin
The 1 Oz Cook Islands silver coin is both an attractive collector’s coin and an investment in 99.9% pure silver. The coin is minted in the standard precious metal weight of 1 Troy Ounce which is equal to 31.1 grams of silver. The Cook Islands silver coins have been minted in various years. This coin is subject to availability, it is therefore not possible to select a specific year of mintage when placing your order.
* The image shown is an example, the product may differ.
** The weight shown relates solely to the weight of the precious metal. The total weight of the product may differ.
*** Prices shown are inclusive of VAT (if applicable).
|Country of origin||Cook Islands|
|Weight of precious metal||31.10 gram | 1 Oz|
|Face value||CI$ 1|
|Package||Coin cover, multiples of 20 in tube, multiples of 500 in monsterbox|
|Delivery time||Not available|