It’s not often that a coin design captures the beauty of the country that issued it but such is the case with the 1974 British Virgin Islands $1 Silver Coin. This coin features the image of the beautiful frigate bird, a bird that is native to the islands. Made with .7643 Troy Ounces of 0.9250 fine silver, this coin looks gorgeous.
- Made of .7643 Troy Ounces of 0.9250 fine silver
- Face value of $1 Dollar is backed by the British Government
- Obverse side of the coin has Queen Elizabeth II
- Reverse side of the coin has frigate birds flying and sitting
On the obverse side of the coin is the Arnold Machin design of a young Elizabeth II. She is shown here facing to the right and is wearing a tiara and no jewelry. To her left is ‘ELIZABETH THE SECOND’. To her right is ‘BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS’. Below the image is the date.
The reverse side of the coin has frigate birds flying and perched on a branch. Below them is ‘ONE DOLLAR’.
Silver is seen as a haven to hedge investments against inflation. It is used in a variety of industrial products which affects its worth and outlook. It is cheaper than gold but is thinly traded which makes it more volatile and liquid. Depending on your investment goals, silver may be the right fit for you.
This 1974 British Virgin Islands $1 Silver Coin is a gorgeous coin that would be a great addition to your collection. Add a little island vibe to your collection with this fine tribute to the beautiful frigate birds of the British Virgin Islands. You get a high-quality proof or bullion grade (depending on stock on hand)coin made with .7643 Troy Ounces of 0.9250 fine silver. Get yours today.