Coca-Cola Bottle Cap Coin

Fiji 2018 Bottle Cap Coin - Reverse

       Since 1892, Coca-Cola has been encouraging the world to open happiness by enjoying an ice-cold Coca-Cola beverage with friends and family. Their relatable branding and timeless appeal has made Coca-Cola an internationally recognized icon. For the first time in history, Coca-Cola has made its way into numismatics with officially-licensed Coca-Cola bottle cap-shaped $1 silver coins. Every “cap” is $1 legal tender, its value and purity backed by the government of Fiji.   SPECIFICATIONS Mintage: 25,000 Material: Pure Silver (99.99%) Finish: Proof Weight: 6 Grams Dimensions: 32.6mm Denomination: $1.00 Images courtesy of Modern Coin Mart ( Description courtesy…

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Aqua-Green malachite stone set in Celtic Mandala

The Antique Finish 2016 Mandala Art Ultra High Relief $10 coin contains 3 ounces of .999 fine silver. Mintage of 500. The reverse of the coin, engraved to represent a mandala, features intricate detail rich with symbolism rooted in Celtic traditions, with an aqua-green malachite stone at the center.   The obverse of the coin carries the coat of arms of Fiji, the denomination and year of issue, 2016. Thank you coin world for image and text

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A Taku Turtle from Fiji

“This attractive 1 troy ounce .999 fine silver 2 Dollar coin from Fiji features a stylized Hawksbill turtle, also known as the Taku.  This 2012 issue was the last of Fiji silver Taku with Queen Elizabeth on the obverse.  The 40.5mm coin was struck for Fiji by the New Zealand Mint and has a maximum mintage of just 350,000 pieces.” Thank you Joel at joelscoins for text and image I like the compositional curves of the turtle and framing in the round of the coin. I like the spiral swirls in the turtle’s shell. Also the ring-linked bubbles. ~ Julian Ticehurst      

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