Discover Why Lovers Of Rare Species And Coins Love The 2013 1 oz Silver New Zealand Taku. While Supplies Last.
As low as $2.99 per coin over spot! Limited mintage!
The Taku coin combines the appeal of 1 oz of pure Silver with an elegant design that captures the beauty of the ocean! Nearly 3,000 of these critically endangered Takus (Hawksbill turtles) call the island nation of Fiji their home.
Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
Coins come packaged in plastic flips.
Strict limited mintage of only 350,000 coins or less.
Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
Obverse: stylized design of a Hawksbill turtle, also known as the Taku, swimming along the ocean floor amidst tiny bubbles.
Reverse: Fiji coat of arms and 2013 date.
Produced by the New Zealand Mint under the authority of Fiji.
A BEAUTIFUL APMEX EXCLUSIVE YEAR OF THE DRAGON COLLECTIBLE
Of all the coins minted to commemorate 2012 as the Year of the Dragon, this APMEX exclusive is one of the most beautiful and rare:
Uniquely beautiful design: The reverse, or back, of this .999 fine Silver coin features a brilliantly colorized dragon presenting a “Pearl of Wisdom” in its claw. The Chinese character for “dragon” is in the background.
Protective dragon’s egg case: The encapsulated ½ oz Silver coin rests in a remarkably detailed dragon’s egg case and comes in a green dragon scale box.
A Rare Sea Turtle — A Beautiful Coin The 2011 1 oz Silver $2 Fiji Taku Coin Depicting the Hawksbill Turtle While Supplies Last!
The locals call it the Taku. If you want to see this rare and beautiful turtle, you can visit the South Pacific island nation of Fiji. But you can own this Prooflike 2011 1 oz Silver $2 Fiji Taku coin if you act now. Only a limited number of these beautiful collectible .999-fine Silver coins are available. Order yours today, while supplies last!
NOT YOUR ORDINARY BULLION COIN!
The 2011 1 oz Silver $2 Fiji Taku was struck by the New Zealand Mint, known for quality and design excellence. The obverse, or front, of this coin features the Raphael Maklouf profile of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The reverse, or back, features a stylized Taku swimming over a rippled field representing the bottom of the sea. It’s minted for lasting beauty and value with:
1 oz of .999-fine Silver: This bullion product is ideal for investing and easy to sell when needed
Authorization from Fiji: As official bullion issued by the government of Fiji, it has added recognition and liquidity
Prooflike finish: Adds to the beauty of each coin
$2 face value: This coin is legal tender of the Commonwealth of Fiji.
On April 15, 1912, the R.M.S Titanic sank in the North Atlantic Ocean after colliding with an iceberg. This was her maiden voyage; she had 2,229 people on board and 1,517 of them perished. The Titanic was designed to be unsinkable. She was also designed to be the last word in luxury travel. The sinking of the Titanic, one of the deadliest peacetime maritime disasters in history, has haunted the world for 100 years, and this weekend, people around the world will commemorate the centennial of this disaster.
The Royal Canadian Mint (Canadian ships played a very crucial role in the rescue of the survivors) has issued a beautiful Silver Reverse Proof Privy commemorating the 100th anniversary. APMEX has exclusive access to the entire mintage of 25,000 coins. In addition, we also have exclusive access to a special Titanic label from PCGS.
Also unique to APMEX is the 100th Anniversary Silver coin from the New Zealand Mint. Only 2,229 coins were minted, one for each of the passengers on the maiden voyage of the Titanic. This set features a 1 oz .999-fine Silver coin with a beautifully colored image of the Titanic on the open ocean on its obverse. The reverse displays the Raphael Maklouf depiction of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II as well as the date of 2012, Niue, and Two Dollars. This historic Silver coin is presented in a porthole-shaped display case and includes a comprehensive certificate of authenticity along with a detailed history of the R.M.S. Titanic.
Another limited-edition coin is this Proof Gold coin issued by the Cook Islands. The obverse of the coin displays a profile of Queen Elizabeth II as well as the inscription of the queen’s name. This collectible Proof Gold coin contains .0016 oz of .999-fine Gold.