The Somalian Silver Elephant has been popular worldwide since it was first produced in 2004. Struck in .9999 fine Silver, this coin makes a great addition to any portfolio.
African elephants are the largest and heaviest land animal on the earth with no known natural predators once they reach adulthood. This majestic animal graces the reverse of each coin with a design that changes yearly making it desirable by collectors.
Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Silver.
Multiples of 20 are packaged in mint tubes. Multiples of 500 are packaged in “Monster Boxes.” All other coins will be in protective packaging.
Obverse: Displays the Somalian Coat of Arms and the date along with the face value of 100 shillings.
Reverse: Features a majestic elephant with his trunk in the air, walking across the Serengeti. In the background is a native grass hut next to a coconut tree with a glimpse of the sun rising above.
Minted at the Bavarian State Mint in Germany.
Being the largest land animal and one of the most majestic creatures on the planet, this is sure to be a hit with collectors. Add this 2017 1 oz Silver Somalian Elephant coin to your cart today!
2016 1 oz Somalia Silver Elephant
The Somalia Silver Elephant coin is one of the fastest growing coin series in the world in terms of popularity. Struck by the Bavarian State Mint with a unique design feature on the obverse each year, these coins are coveted both for their silver content and their new designs.
Coins ship in individual plastic sleeves, mint tubes of 20, or mint Monster Boxes of 500.
Contains 1 troy oz of .9999 pure silver.
Face value of 100 Shillings (Somalia)
Features the all-new 2016 Elephant design.
African Elephants first appeared on the African Wildlife coin series in 1999 for the nation of Zambia. In 2004, the nation of issue was switched to the country of Somalia, which is located along the Horn of Africa. Since that time, the coin has been released on behalf of Somalia with new designs annually on the obverse, and the coat of arms on the reverse.
The African Elephant is the worlds largest land mammal. For decades, elephants were hunted to the brink of extinction, due in large part to the value of the ivory in their tusks. Today, efforts are underway to protect the elephant, and the African Wildlife Series calls attention to those efforts by featuring the massive beasts on the obverse.
On the obverse side of the 2016 1 oz Somalia Silver Elephant is the latest imagery of the African Elephant in the series. Engravings include the words African Wildlife, Elephant, and the coins weight, metal content, and purity.
The reverse side always features the coat of arms for the nation of Somalia. A pair of leopards are hold up a heraldic shield, which features a background of horizontal lines with a single star in the center. The coins year of minting is split with two digits on either side of the shield, the words Somali Republic are engraved above, and the face value is featured below.
Bavarian State Mint is one of Germanys five state-owned mint, and is controlled by the Free State of Bavaria. Founded in Munich in 1158, it is one of Europes oldest facilities.
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