For something a little more exotic, you might like the Bahama $2 Flamingo Silver Coin. This coin is as beautiful as the islands. Featured on this coin is the iconic flamingo. Minted with .8862 Troy Ounces of 0.9250 pure fine silver, the design looks gorgeous.
- Made of .8862 Troy Ounces of .9250 fine silver
- The obverse side of the coin has the image of Queen Elizabeth II
- Reverse side has a picture of two flamingos
- Face value of $2 backed by the Bahama Islands Government
- Year of issue from 1971-1973. Coin you receive depends on stock on hand.
- Minted by the Franklin Mint
The obverse of the coin has the image of Queen Elizabeth II. This portrait of her is referred to as the Second portrait and shows her facing to the right. She is wearing a tiara and is not wearing a necklace or earrings. Arched over her head is, “COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMA ISLANDS’. Below her portrait is ‘ELIZABETH II’.
On the reverse of the coin is a picture of two flamingos facing toward each other and standing in the water. To the right and left of them are flowers. Behind them, the sun is setting on the ocean. Above them is ‘TWO DOLLARS’ and the year of issue. At the bottom right is an ‘F’ for the Franklin Mint.
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 Bahama $2 Flamingo Silver Coin is a great addition to any collection and portfolio. The year you receive depends on the stock on hand but all have this gorgeous flamingo design that brings a little island flavor to yours. Get yours today.