2011 2 oz Gold Australian Lunar Rabbit Coins - Silver.com
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2011 2 oz Gold Australian Lunar Rabbit Coins

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The gold coins for sale in the Lunar Series II collection are among some of the most sought-after pieces in the precious metals industry. Released by the Perth Mint between 2008 and 2019, the Gold Lunar Series II coins brought a new design in each of the 12 release years during this run. Now, 2011 2 oz Gold Australian Rabbit Coins from the Lunar Series II collection are available to you for online purchase at Silver.com.

Coin Highlights:

  • Coins ship to you inside of protective capsules!
  • Fourth coin issued in the Lunar Series II collection!
  • Total declared mintage was 4,029 coins only in this release!
  • Consists of Two Troy ounces of .9999 fine gold.
  • Issued a face value of $200 (AUD) by Australia.
  • Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse.
  • A rabbit, Chinese clay pot, and cabbage on the reverse design.
  • “P” mint mark from the Perth Mint.

Launched in 2008, the Lunar Series II collection from the Perth Mint was the successful follow-up series to the original Lunar Series. The initial collection ran from 1996 to 2007 with distinct designs for each animal on the Chinese lunar calendar. The success of that collection led to the immediate design and release of new images for the 12-year Lunar Series II collection from 2008 to 2019.

The Year of the Rabbit is fourth on the Chinese lunar calendar and appears in that same position in both Lunar Series collections from the Perth Mint. The 2 oz Gold Australian Rabbit Coin in the Lunar Series II collection had an unlimited mintage when initially released, meaning the Perth Mint would strike the coins only through the end of 2011 to meet demand. The total declared mintage for this release was just 4,029 coins in total!

On the reverse of 2019 2 oz Gold Australian Rabbit Coins is the design of an adult rabbit as it sits next to a head of cabbage and a Chinese clay pot. There is an inscription at the top of the design field with the Chinese character for rabbit, a “P” mint mark for the Perth Mint, and the phrase “Year of the Rabbit” at the bottom.

The obverse face of 2019 Gold Australian Rabbit coins includes the image of Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty features here in the fourth-generation design created in 1998 by Ian Rank-Broadley for the Royal Mint. Though it is the fourth design from British coinage, it is actually the fifth to appear on Australian coins during the Queen’s reign.

All of these 2011 2 oz Gold Australian Rabbit Coins are available to you today with a protective capsule to house the coin.

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Additional information

Weight 2.00000 oz

Brand: Perth Mint

Year: 2011

Grade: Brilliant Uncirculated

Mint: Perth Mint

Silver Content: 2 Troy Ounces

Thickness: 3.9 mm

Diameter: 41.1 mm

Purity: .9999 Fine Gold

Face Value: $100 AUD

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