The coin made of .999 silver by the Cook Islands is a part of the Great Naval Battle series. This one is dedicated to the Battle of Jutland, one of the most important naval fights of the WWI. The battle between British and German battleships was fought near the Danish shores in 1916 (31.05-01.06). By the end of the combat both sides claimed their victory. The 1-dollar collectible coin shows the colorized image of the naval battle in the North Sea with the relief image of the British battleship in front of it. The name of the massive naval military clash of the World War I is mentioned below it along the rim of the coin. The obverse of the piece contains the traditional for the Cook Islands profile portrait of the British Queen. The coin’s denomination is indicated under the image while the rest of the issuing information is placed by the circumference along the rim of the piece.
ConditionA new coin, a capsule, a CoA, a case.
|Nominal sum||1 dollar|
|Quality of coinage||Proof|
|Country||Australia and Oceania / Cook Islands|
|Coin material||Silver / Ag 999|