Silver Somalian Elephant coins are one of the most unique products in the world today, if not for their changing designs, then for the intriguing backstory behind their production history. Today, Silver Somalian Elephants are a must-have for any collector as the obverse design of these African Wildlife coins changes annually. Today, the 2012 1 oz Silver Somalian Elephant Dragon Privy Coin is available to you online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you in a protective plastic capsule.
- Ninth African Elephant design!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver in BU condition.
- Face value of 100 Shillings (Somalia).
- Obverse includes the 2012 African elephant design.
- Reverse features the Somali coat of arms.
Silver Somalian Elephants are already an extremely popular choice among both investors and collectors. These silver coins have been available since 2004, but in the years since 2010 its popularity has grown significantly with the increasing demand for silver and gold precious metal coins.
The 2012 1 oz Somalian Silver Elephants in this product listing are available in BU condition. Coins in BU condition have no signs of wear and tear, though you may notice a range of minor flaws including breaks in the luster, spotted surfaces, and contact marks as a result of the production process.
Each of the 2012 1 oz Somalian Silver Elephant Coins in this listing have a unique addition that sets them apart in the collection of other silver coins from the series. You’ll find a Dragon Privy mark added to the obverse design field in the middle-left region of the field. The release of a limited-issue Dragon Privy coincides with the Year of the Dragon on the Chinese Lunar Calendar.
The obverse of the 2012 1 oz Somalian Silver Elephant Coin includes the unique elephant design chosen for this year. It depicts a single adult elephant as it walks along the savanna’s of Africa, with a tall tree rising into the background field.
On the reverse of the Silver Somalian Elephant is the Somali Republic’s coat of arms. It includes the depiction of two leopards holding up a heraldic shield, upon which a single star is set against a backdrop of horizontal lines.
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