If there is a coin that every collector and investor desires to have in their profile of hard assets, it would be no other than the 2021 1 oz Silver EC8 St. Lucia Coin BU. Right now, you can add it to your own profile when you purchase it online today from Silver.com.
- Delivered securely in individual plastic, or a skinboard of 5 coins, or a box of 125 coins!
- 4th year of release in the EC8 Series!
- Limited mintage of just 25,000 silver coins!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 fine silver.
- Bears a face value of 2 Dollars (XCD) which remains legally and fully backed by the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank.
- The obverse of the coin depicts iconic Queen Elizabeth II.
- The reverse features a beautiful image of Torch Ginger, or the Ginger Flower.
With a limited mintage of 25,000 coins, you can have what other collectors and investors have long since desired to add their own colorful portfolios. Recognized for its high value the EC8 program remains one of the most successful partnerships between the Scottsdale Mint and the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank. It perfectly represents the eight island territories of this specific region. They include Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Grenada, Dominica, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Montserrat, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. All nations are legal tenders of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, and each of their designated coins features rich designs and low mintages.
Home to the Diamond Waterfall and located in the South West of the island in a town called Soufrière, the St Lucia Botanical Gardens are the oldest on the island. Also called the Diamond Botanical Gardens, it covers an area of around six acres, and holds a lush selection of local flora, and Sulphur springs.
Each coin is shipped in BU condition. The coins are packaged in individual plastic to keep them pristine and impressive. If you order five coins, they will arrive on a skinboard, while 125 coins come in a box.
On the obverse of the coin, you’ll find the popular 1998 effigy of Queen Elizabeth II designed by Ian Rank-Broadley. For the reverse, the coin holds an image of Etlingera elatior, more commonly known as the Torch Ginger, or the Ginger Flower. An attractive flower, it’s actually considered to be an invasive species in many places, due to being transported widely for decorative purposes.
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