2021 1/16 oz Gold Croatia Dalmatian Dog Coins - Silver.comâ„¢
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2021 1/16 oz Gold Croatia Dalmatian Dog Coins

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The starting point for the Autochthonous Croatia series came in 2021, a joint project of the Croatian Mint and the Croatian National Bank, commemorating the Dalmation dog, one of the world’s most famous canine breeds. Dalmatians have been known for centuries as ideal companion animals and working dogs, and they get their due with the 2021 1/16 oz Gold Croatia Dalmatian Dog Coin now available from Silver.com.

Coin Highlights:

  • Comes in gorgeous themed box packaging with a protective interior case!
  • Issued in 2021 as a part of the initial release of the Autochthonous Croatia series!
  • Limited mintage of only 2,000 pieces worldwide!
  • Contains 1/16 oz of 999.9 Pure Gold.
  • Face value of 50 kuna backed by the Republic of Croatia.
  • Comes with a signed Certificate of Authenticity.
  • Obverse features a profile Dalmatian dog portrait against a Croatian map backdrop.
  • Reverse features an exquisite relief portrait of two Dalmatian dogs.

The themed box packaging of the 2021 Gold Croatia Dalmatian Dog Coin is a work of art in itself, replicating the distinctive spotted patterns of Dalmatian fur. The coin’s fine artwork and brilliant finish make it a naturally prized collector’s item and a perfect gift for special occasions. Silver.com ships this coin to you fully insured against loss or damage and in its own protective interior case, with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the Croatian National Bank’s governor.

The history of the Dalmatian dog breed dates back centuries, and the international Cynological Federation based its 1994 recognition of the breed as native to Croatia on images and documents of the early 16th century. First a hunting dog, and then a beloved coach drivers’ and carriage drovers’ dog, the Dalmatian went on to become an iconic symbol of the American firehouse when firefighters who relied on horse-drawn carriages learned these dogs were a perfect fit for companionship and support of their horses.

A profile portrait of a Dalmatian dog features on the coin’s obverse side, with its signature, spotted fur replicating the shapes of the islands off Croatia’s coast. The backdrop is formed by a map of the Croatian mainland, a coat of arms, and the inscriptions “50 kuna” in the Cyrillic alphabet along with “Republika Hrvatska.”

A Dalmatian dog couple, one seated and one standing, dominates the reverse. They’re joined by the inscriptions “Dalmatinski Pas” and “Canis Dalmaticus,” along with one for the issuing year “2021.”

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Weight 0.06400 oz

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Brand: Croatian Mint

Year: 2021

Mint Mark: Not Shown

Purity: .9999

Manufacturer: Croatian Mint

Diameter: 15 mm

Condition: Uncirculated

Face Value: 50 Kuna

Issuing Country: Croatia

Reverse Designer: Nikola Vudrag

Edge Design: Reeded

Mintage: 5000

Packaging Type: Presentation Packaging

Weight: .0625 Troy Ounce

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