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|Producer:||Mint of Poland (Mennica Polska)|
|Silver Fineness:||Ag 925/1000|
|Packaging:||blister with theme|
|Our price:||€ 88,10 inc. of VAT|
Can luck be helped? What are the ways to do so? In order to win good luck we gather all sorts of talismans and charms, such as horseshoes, four-leaf clovers, little elephants or ladybirds.
The Mint of Poland have come out with an offering of the most recognizable and universal symbols of luck on commemorative coins, “Lucky Coins”. What makes the series so original is the innovative technology adopted for the very first time – a transparent capsule placed upon a blank, containing a moving piece of silver.
The following coin in the series is the “Elephant”. The previous coins were the “Horseshoe” and the “Four-leaf Clover”. The coin contains a unique silver elephant filigree and takes its name from the core element. The coins have been struck using Ag 925 blanks.
Elephants with their trunks raised up are believed to bring good luck and to have the magical power to take away troubles. With the lucky elephant coin you can now wrap yourself in good luck!
Let the “Elephant” coins work their magic!
In the bottom part of the coin, to the right, an insert made up of a transparent capsule containing a small elephant, below it the images of elephants. At the top the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and semicircular inscriptions: ELIZABETH II, NIUE ISLAND (issuer) the mint’s mark (m/w), 1 DOLLAR 2011 (face value, year of issue).
In the central part of the coin the images of two elephants with their trunks raised up, standing under the lucky tree. At the background, the images of sprays of leaves. At the top - an insert made up of a transparent capsule containing a small elephant. At the bottom, on the left, along the rim an inscription: “GOOD LUCK”.
Designer: Dobrochna Surajewska
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