Tavex is proud to present the 1/10oz Australian Lunar Year of the Dragon 2024 Gold Coin, a symbol of majesty and tradition. The Year of the Dragon is the fifth icon in the cycle of twelve animals that epitomise the ancient Chinese lunar calendar. This magnificent gold coin not only marks the Year of the Dragon but it also honours people born in the Dragon years of 2024, 2012, 2000, 1988, 1976, and each twelfth year before. Individuals associated with this mighty zodiac sign are renowned for their ambition, success, and charm.
This coin collection, which embraces the historic practises of the Chinese Zodiac, captures the essence of each lunar year through designs that highlight the associated animal emblem. This practise is more than a nod to tradition; it is a tribute to the ancient Chinese lunar calendar, a cornerstone of Asian culture that has shaped celebrations, folklore, and the arts for millennia.
Each coin is made of 99.99% pure gold and meticulously crafted by The Perth Mint, ensuring its purity and worth. These coins, which are legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, serve as a symbol of cultural history and a sovereign tribute to numismatic craftsmanship and cultural legacy.
- Australian Lunar Year of the Dragon gold coins are money. The Gold Lunar Series was introduced for the first time in 1996 and every gold coin in the series, including the Year of the Dragon, is considered to be legal tender by the Australian Government.
- Australian Lunar Year of the Dragon gold coins are based on the treasured Chinese lunar calendar. Those born under the sign of the Chinese Lunar Dragon in 2024, 2012, 2000, 1988, 1976 and every 12th preceding year, are said to be ambitious, successful, and charismatic.
- Australian Lunar Year of the Dragon gold coins are great gifts for your loved ones. Give a tribute to the ones you appreciate by marking their virtues and year of birth in pure 24 karat gold, a gift that will stay with them forever.
- Australian Lunar Year of the Dragon gold coins are made in proof condition. Minted with such high quality, brilliance and rich detail, it becomes hard not to call it “my precious”.
- Australian Lunar Year of the Dragon gold coins are popular with astute collectors. Its motif of the dragon that varies every 12th year, its maximum mintage limit, and its quality, purity and legal tender status mean that the coin has a considerable premium over its melt value in the secondary market.