"The Rabbit" 2011 | Australian Lunar Series 1 | 1000 Shillings | Silver Coin

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"The Rabbit" 2011 | Australian Lunar Series 1 | 1000 Shillings | Silver Coin

2011: The Year of the Rabbit

On the value side of this beautiful silver coin is the coat of arms of the Republic of Somaliland. You can see a scale in balance, below it an eagle and two people holding hands. The motif is framed by a laurel wreath. The other side of the coin shows a rabbit, as 2011 is designated as the "Year of the Rabbit", framed by his baby rabbits.

 

 

 

 

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Weight 0,0311 kg
Fine weight

1 ounce

Material

Silver

Weight

31,10g

Item number: SO11 Categories: ,

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