Christmas is a magical time of year. Billions of people around the world celebrate the holiday in a number of ways. Decorating Christmas trees is just one way that people celebrate and decorate for Christmas. The ornaments that go on Christmas trees range from fun to traditional to ornate. This year, you can purchase the 2016 1 oz Silver Niue Christmas Tree Ball Coin at Silver.com.
- Ships in a box.
- Limited mintage of just 1,500 coins!
- Consists of one troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- Bears a face value of $2 (NZD) backed by the government of Niue.
- Features images of ornaments on a tree.
- Reverse features the portrait of Queen Elizabeth.
- Includes a cut-out section where you can see festive colored jewels from both sides of the coin.
Get ready to celebrate the most festive holiday season in the world with a brand new coin from Coin Jewels. With a variety of different finishes being featured on the reverse side of this coin, each coin appears to have texture that brings out the Christmas spirit.
On the reverse of each 2016 1 oz Silver Niue Christmas Tree Ball Coin, you will see the close-up image of the ornaments and other decorations hanging on a Christmas tree. The central focus is a cut-out that is filled with red and green jewels that represents another ornament on the tree. “Merry Christmas” is also engraved on this side of the coin.
The obverse of these coins features the right-profile image of Queen Elizabeth II, which was created by Ian Rank-Broadley in 1998. Also found on this side are the engravings of the coin’s face value, metal weight, purity, year of issue and metal content. The jewels that make up the ornament can also be seen from this side of the coin.
The small capsulated area on the coin contains a number of small stones in red and green to celebrate the festive colors of Christmas. Coin Jewels guarantees that out of all those stones, at least two are real rubies and another two are real emeralds.
All the coins in this listing are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Coins in BU condition won’t have any signs of wear and tear, but they may have minor flaws. These flaws include breaks in the luster and spotted surfaces caused by contact during the production process.
These coins are produced for the nation of Niue by Coin Jewels. Coin Jewels is located in Torrence, California.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Silver.com at 888-989-7223. You can also reach us online using our live web chat or by sending us an email with your questions.