2020 1 oz Silver Australia Perth Rectangular Dragon
Perth Mint is very pleased to announce the third annual release of this 2020 1 oz Silver Australia Perth Rectangular Dragon! Having made history with the inaugural 2018 edition of the first rectangular bullion coin ever produced by the mint, its popularity all but demanded annual releases. The vertical orientation is perfect for the highly-stylized dragon design featured on the reverse.
Throughout the world, the dragon’s ageless legends have captured the imaginations of young and old alike. Although the countless heraldic stories may differ in their details, there are many common themes that have followed the ages. True to the legends, the dragon featured on this 2020 1 oz Silver Australia Perth Rectangular Dragon is a magnificent creature!
The Magnificent Dragon
The two dragons’ long, scaled, serpentine bodies are positioned on either side of the elusive flaming pearl. As the legends nearly always include, the flaming pearl is the creature’s most coveted treasure.
The obverse displays in vertical format, the new Jody Clark portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Radiant lines, extending out from the bar’s center, fill the background behind the portrait. Inscriptions include “ELIZABETH II, AUSTRALIA, 1 oz 9999 Ag,” the face value of 1 Dollar, and the release date.
With this being the third edition of Perth’s extremely popular Rectangular Dragon, coupled with the reduction of the mintage in half to only 250,000, you should act quickly to reserve your desired quantity!
- 2020 1 oz Silver Australia Perth Rectangular Dragon.
- Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine silver.
- Third edition of Perth Mint rectangular bullion coin.
- Limited mintage of 250,000!
- Face value $1 (AUD).
- Sovereign coin backed by the Australian government.
- Obverse: Displays the new Jody Clark likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the coin’s weight and purity, the face value, release date.
- Reverse: Features a highly-stylized scene of two fierce, magnificent dragons grasping for the coveted flaming pearl. The Perth Mint “P” mintmark is also displayed.