2022 1/2 oz Year of the Tiger Gold Coin | Perth Mint Lunar Series III
SD Bullion is excited to now offer the 2022 1/2 oz Year of the Tiger Gold Coin to customers around the world that love this series! Each year, the Lunar Series depicts an animal that corresponds to the Chinese calendar year. Lunar Series I program was introduced by the Perth Mint in 1996, followed by the Lunar Series II collection in 2008, and the most recent collection, the Lunar Series III collection, was released in 2020. You can now purchase the latest release in many different sizes in silver, gold or platinum! Do not wait to purchase this coin today!
The Year of the Tiger is 2022, and persons born in the years 2022, 2010, 1998, 1986, 1974, and every 12th preceding year are considered to possess Tiger attributes such as bravery, dedication, impulsivity, and competitiveness. Each release has seen great success in the precious metals world, including quick sellouts of each coin and size. The 2022 Year of the Tiger Gold Coin is available from SD Bullion in a variety of sizes, including 1/20, 1/10, 1/4, 1/2, 1, and 2-ounce pieces.
Lastly, the Perth Mint is well-known for the exceptional purity and quality of its coins. Each Year of the Tiger gold coin is struck with .9999 pure gold. This purity is what attracts many buyers to the series. The Perth Mint is also well known for producing high-quality products, as seen in their popular Gold Kangaroo coins.
This coin features a captivating tiger design. The tiger is shown ferociously perched atop a rock, peering over its back and exposing its teeth and claws. The tiger's fur is meticulously detailed. The Chinese symbol for the tiger is to the left of the beast, with the words "TIGER" and "2022" beneath it. Finally, the Perth Mint mintmark can be seen on the coin's leftmost side.
The reverse is similar to that of many other Perth coins. The coin has a legal tender value of 50 dollars, backed by the Australian government. The classic effigy of Queen Elizabeth II is seen in the middle of the coin and the weight, purity, issuing country and face value all surround her. Each coin is shipped in a protective plastic capsule from the mint.