This pure silver coin is available through a very limited mintage of only 5 000 pieces worldwide.
The fifth and the last piece in one of the most astonishing series of pure silver coins – “Wildlife in Need” reminds about the Siberian tiger. The animal is considered to be the largest of cats.
The reverse of the coin includes the image of two Siberian tigers: the mother and her cub running through the winter forest. Both the animals and the picturesque winter landscape have been captured in multicolor thanks to the newest minting techniques. Below the image, there are two hands engraved. They resemble the help humans should provide to this endangered species. Perth Mint “Wildlife in Need” this is fifth coin in series and last.
The obverse of the piece includes the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II together with the legal tender value of the coin, 1 dollar, and the place of issue.
Each piece is delivered in a beauty box and includes a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
The coin is available to collectors worldwide through limited mintage of only 5 000 pieces orderable.
The fifth and last coin in stunning “Wildlife in need” 5-coin series
The coin’s reverse depicts Siberian Tiger and cub in colour
Issued as a legal tender of Tuvalu
Struck from 1 ounce / 31.13 grams of 99.9% pure silver in proof quality
Limited mintage of 5000 pieces worldwide
A numbered Certificate of Authenticity attached
The coin is comes in a display case with illustrated shipper
By purchasing this coin, Coin Club Australia will make a donation of $1.99 to WWF Australia on your behalf
All coins in the Perth Mint Wildlife in Need series:
Tuvalu 2011 – Silver Coin 1$ Wildlife in Need Giant Panda
Tuvalu 2011 – Silver Coin 1$ Wildlife in Need Orangutan
Tuvalu 2012 – Silver Coin 1$ Wildlife in Need Polar Bear
Tuvalu 2012 – Silver Coin 1$ Wildlife in Need Black Rhinoceros
Tuvalu 2012 – Silver Coin 1$ Wildlife in Need Siberian Tiger