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2024 $30 1kg Silver Proof Coin - Lunar Year of The Dragon

  • 1kg of silver in a proof finish
  • Reverse features the Dragon and auspicious clouds
  • Coin's 2024 Memorial Obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II sculpted by Jody Clark, and her reign dates
  • Presented in a display case with outer box
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Australian legal tender

For the 2024 Lunar New Year, the Royal Australian Mint proud to present a gold and silver coins celebrating the Lunar Year of the Dragon as a Fifth release in its Lunar Series. The exquisitely designed coins depict a Dragon surrounded by auspicious clouds, a symbol of luck and good fortune. 

The Dragon is the fifth of the twelve signs in the Chinese Zodiac. According to legend, twelve animals participated in a race across a river to allow the Jade Emperor to establish the order of the signs of the Chinese horoscope.

2024 $30 1kg Silver Proof Coin - Lunar Year of The Dragon

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Celebrating the Year of the Dragon, the Royal Australian Mint has released this 2024 $30 1kg Silver Proof Coin. Lunar New Year is celebrated throughout the world, with coins considered traditional gifts.

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2024 $30 1kg Silver Proof Coin - Lunar Year of The Dragon

  • 1kg of silver in a proof finish
  • Reverse features the Dragon and auspicious clouds
  • Coin's 2024 Memorial Obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II sculpted by Jody Clark, and her reign dates
  • Presented in a display case with outer box
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Australian legal tender

For the 2024 Lunar New Year, the Royal Australian Mint proud to present a gold and silver coins celebrating the Lunar Year of the Dragon as a Fifth release in its Lunar Series. The exquisitely designed coins depict a Dragon surrounded by auspicious clouds, a symbol of luck and good fortune. 

The Dragon is the fifth of the twelve signs in the Chinese Zodiac. According to legend, twelve animals participated in a race across a river to allow the Jade Emperor to establish the order of the signs of the Chinese horoscope.