Tavex is pleased to present the third series of the third series of Australia's most legendary coin collection - 1oz Australian Lunar Year of the Rabbit 2023 Silver Coin, also known as the the Lunar 1 ounce silver coin of the Year of the Rabbit from the Perth Mint. Relaunched in 2020, each coin in the newest Lunar series features an animal from the ancient Chinese zodiac, and the animal of the year 2023 is the hare.
The Rabbit of the Year coin is made from pure 999.9 silver and is minted using a special technique that ensures the coin is of the highest quality, with exceptionally beautiful shiny and matt surfaces and highly detailed images.
The third coin in the third series of the Australian Lunar is an excellent addition to your coin collection and a precious and beautiful gift for anyone whose birth year is 2023, 2011, 1999, 1987, 1975, 1963 and 1951. The Year of the Rabbit silver coin is a true silver masterpiece and, due to its limited mintage (300 000 pieces), has a potential price premium on the secondary market. The coin is suitable for collectors with a sophisticated sense of beauty, as well as for those who want to give their loved ones something memorable and special to celebrate their best qualities.
- Australian Lunar Year of the Rabbit silver 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 .9999 fine silver, a gift that will stay with them forever.
- Australian Lunar Year of the Rabbit silver coins are money. The Silver Lunar Series was introduced for the first time in 1999 and every silver coin in the series, including the Year of the Rabbit, is considered to be legal tender by the Australian Government.
- Australian Lunar Year of the Rabbit silver coins are popular with astute collectors. Its motif of the rabbit 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.
- Australian Lunar Year of the Rabbit silver coins are internationally recognised. By being part of the Australian Silver Lunar Series which has been in continuous production for many years, and by portraying motifs of the famous Chinese zodiac and the effigy of the most powerful and longest serving queen in the 20th century, Queen Elizabeth II, the Australian Lunar Year of the Ox silver coin is recognised throughout the globe by bullion dealers and collectors alike.