1 Oz Fiji Taku turtle 2013 silver coin
The Fiji Taku 1 oz Silver is a pure silver coin manufactured by the New Zealand Mint. The coin’s production has been limited to a worldwide total of 350,000 copies for the year 2013.
The Silver Fiji Taku
The 1 Troy ounce Silver Fiji Taku is produced by the New Zealand Mint and is considered a limited edition with just 350,000 coins minted in 2013. This not only adds to the coin’s collectable value, but makes it an interesting investment piece too. The one troy ounce silver coin has a face value of $ 2 or FJ 2 - and has a purity of 999.9 pure silver. The diameter is 40.50 mm and the coin has a thickness of 3.25 millimeters.
The name assigned to the 1 Troy ounce Silver Fiji Taku can be traced back to the Fiji Islands where the locals gave the name Taku to the turtle featured on the coin’s front. The turtle is pictured swimming underwater surrounded by bubbles. The reverse of the coin depicts two of the island’s indigenous inhabitants in original attire standing either side of Fiji’s coat of arms.
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|Manufacturer||New Zealand Mint|
|Country of origin||Fiji|
|Weight of precious metal||31.10 gram | 1 Oz|
|Face value||FJ$ 2,-|
|Delivery time||In stock|