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Each beautiful gilded coin contains 1 troy ounce of .999 fine silver and comes in brilliant uncirculated condition in original Perth capsule with box and COA.
Add something extra brilliant to your collection with the 2014 1 oz Silver Gilded Year of the Horse coin from the Perth Mint.
This beautiful coin has the same design as the .999 pure silver Lunar Series Horse, but with 24-karat gold decorating the pair of horses on the reverse. The contrast between these two precious metals makes the coin really stand out.
The reverse features a horse leaning down to drink from a rippling stream while its companion stands nearby. The stream trickles in the foreground and a scraggly tree grows just behind. The Chinese character for “horse” is in the top-center, with “Year of the Horse” near the bottom rim.
The obverse features a high-polish depiction of Queen Elizabeth in profile, with ELIZABETH II, AUSTRALIA, 1 oz 999 SILVER, 2014, and 1 DOLLAR around the rim.
This special coin ships in a Perth Mint clamshell with the coin sealed in a plastic case. It comes with a certificate of authenticity and a box featuring a photo of this powerful animal.
Children born in the year of the horse are thought to be particularly sociable and friendly, though can be hot-blooded and quick to anger. Horse birth years include 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002 and 2014.
Order your 2014 1 oz Silver Gilded Horse from Provident Metals, before this stunner is gone for good.