It should come as no surprise that Perth carries an extraordinary reputation with bullion collectors all over the world.
Their Lunar Series have consistently provided investors to add to their collection a coin that combines impressive purity with intricate, beautiful design. Adorning the reverse side of all Lunar Series editions is a rendering of Queen Elizabeth II.
The Year of the Ox is meant to be a spectacular year for anyone born in 2009, 1997, 1985, or 1973– the previous Years of the Ox. Those men and women born during these years are said to be faithful, strong, honest, and determined.
It’s clear to see why so many investors see a fascinating value in the coins from this classic Perth series.
- Obverse: the Ox stands underneath a tree, its calf close by its side.
- Reverse: Queen Elizabeth II, with coin purity and value.
- Shipped out in Perth’s capsules with great care.
- Backed by the Commonwealth of Australia; minted right in Perth.
Some investors might be particularly interested in this coin’s status as backed by the Australian government.
The coin’s silver value is one thing, but this legal tender designation provides an additional layer of safety to the investment.
But for many bullion collectors, much of the value of this coin comes from its place in the larger Lunar Series III. Previous Lunar Series have been met with mass acclaim by people in the bullion community.
Completing a collection as established as the Chinese Lunar Calendar comes with its own sense of accomplishment, making the Silver Lunar Ox a valuable way to start building a unique portfolio with lasting collector’s value.
The Chinese New Year was once a method of measuring time and predicting aptitude in mainland China.
But for the past few centuries, interest in this unique calendar has become a truly global phenomena.
Every year, American families and institutions host “Chinese New Year” parties to celebrate the exciting event as we transition into a year represented by a new majestic creature.
With an item carrying such extraordinary collector’s value, it’s natural for consumers to be worried about scuffs, chips, or other blemishes as their coin is being shipped.
Rest assured that this coin is shipped using Hero Bullion’s standard procedures to ensure that it’s handled with proper care.
The 2021 Australian 1 Oz. Silver Year of the Ox coin is mailed in the original Perth capsule.
Even if you aren’t a member of the strong and determined group of people born in the Year of the Ox, Perth’s newest addition to their exceedingly popular Lunar Series III is sure to become one of the proudest pieces of your collection.
As time passes, Perth will continue to add new coins to this growing series, meaning that the value of this specific coin as a part of the larger whole of the Chinese Lunar Calendar is likely to only grow.