1 oz Gold New Zealand Niue Hawksbill Turtle Coins - Silver.com
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1 oz Gold New Zealand Niue Hawksbill Turtle Coins (Random Year)

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A regular coin in the precious metals industry, the Niue Hawksbill Turtle is a popular release each year. Originally introduced in 2010 as the Fiji Taku, these coins are currently available in both silver and gold for the small island nation of Niue in the South Pacific. The design remains the same and the demand for these coins continues to grow. The 1 oz Gold New Zealand $250 Niue Hawksbill Turtle Coin is currently available to you for purchase online at Silver.com from random years.

Coin Highlights:

  • Coins ship to you inside of protective packaging!
  • Available since 2014 from Niue!
  • Consists of One Troy ounce of .9999 fine gold.
  • Issued a face value of $250 (NZD) by Niue.
  • The Hawksbill turtle appears on the reverse.
  • Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse of the coin.
  • Random selection offered.
  • Be aware that you may receive several with the same date mark when buying multiples.

In 2014, the New Zealand Mint transferred the issuance of the Fiji Taku Coin to the neighboring South Pacific island of Niue. The nation of Niue issues the coins as the Hawksbill Turtle, abandoning the use of Taku in the name because that was the Fijian dialect’s word for the same species.

The Hawksbill Turtle is remarkable for its colorful shells on its back that interlock in an impressive pattern. Additionally, the turtles are recognizable for their sharp beaks similar to those of predatory birds like the hawk. This species of turtle inhabits the South Pacific and is known to migrate between New Zealand’s north island and the islands of Fiji and Niue when breeding.

On the obverse of all 1 oz Gold New Zealand $250 Niue Hawksbill Turtle Coins is the image of Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty is featured here in right-profile relief in a design created in 1998 by Ian Rank-Broadley for the Royal Mint of England. This design remains in common use throughout the Commonwealth.

The reverse of Gold New Zealand Niue Hawksbill Turtle coins includes the image of one of these magnificent creatures swimming in the waters of the South Pacific. The coin has engravings of “Turtle” on this face along with “1 oz 9999 Fine Silver.” The coins are issued with a face value in New Zealand dollars (NZD), the official currency of Niue.

Silver.com offers these 1 oz Gold New Zealand $250 Niue Hawksbill Turtle Coins as a random year purchase. Available since 2014 from Niue, you’ll receive a coin based upon availability in our warehouse when your payment is processed. We cannot guarantee the date mark on your coin. If you buy multiples, be aware that you may receive several with the same date marks.

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Brand: New Zealand Mint

Year: Random

Grade: Brilliant Uncirculated

Mint: New Zealand Mint

Silver Content: 1 Troy Ounce

 

Purity: .999 Fine Gold

Face Value: $250

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Lowest Price: $1650.64

Condition: New

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