Cook Islands, 1 dollar Year of the Rabbit, Lunar, Grey, silver proof coin, 2011

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    The rectangular silver coin of the Cook Islands was minted in 2011 to commemorate the lunar patron of the year which is the Rabbit. The animal signs became very popular theme for the collectible coins due to the extension of the Orient culture in the Western world. The image of two rabbits is colored in grey while the background is monochrome and represents the traditional Chinese painting-style landscape. The hieroglyph placed next to the animals means their name in Chinese. The other side of the collectible piece is decorated with the Queen’s profile effigy surrounded by the legends. The name of the monarch and the country of issue are placed there by the circle along with the denomination of 1 dollar. The piece made of .999 rate silver can be great valuable present for those born in the year of the Rabbit.


    A coin with some oxides, a capsule, a CoA, a case, a presentation box (please, check photos).

    Item Specifics

    Item type Coin / Collector coins
    Internal Reference CK155
    Nominal sum 1 dollar
    Nominal, number 1
    Weight, g 28.34
    Quality of coinage Proof
    Mintage 7,000
    Capsule Yes
    CoA Yes
    Case Yes
    Country Australia and Oceania / Cook Islands
    Certification Uncertified
    Year 2011
    Bimetal No
    Coin material Silver / Ag 999