These rectangular Perth Mint coins are produced in limited mintages for worldwide release and feature a design of stylized Chinese dragon chasing a flaming pearl. This imagery has long been depicted in artwork around the world and stands as a symbol of power, wealth and good fortune.
While this exquisite product may appear to be a normal bar, the obverse bears the Jody Clark-designed portrait of Queen Elizabeth II along with a face value, giving these bar-shaped items exceptional appeal traditional bars do not carry.
While The Perth Mint has produced rectangular coins in the past, the majority have been considered collectibles, celebrating things such as the anniversary of the movie "Alien" or World War I. However these 2019 1 oz Silver and 1 oz Gold coins are true bullion items and are sure to be popular with both investors and collectors.
Each 2019 1 oz Silver Rectangular Dragon contains .9999 fine Silver and offers a mintage of 250,000 coins, lower even than The Perth Mint's iconic Silver Kookaburra series. The 1 oz Gold coin contains .9999 fine Gold and has a mintage of just 20,000 coins. Each coin is stamped with the metal weight and purity, along with the face value.
See the full selection of 2019 Rectangular Dragon coins now at APMEX to add these unique products to your collection before they sell out.
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