In an all-new series for the island nation of Fiji, images of cats will be released on 1 oz silver coins. The first release in the series features the common, domesticated house cat. Famed for its companionship and independence, cats are popular with people as pets that require little fussing. Today, 2021 1 oz Fiji Silver Cats Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you in plastic capsules!
- 1st release in a new Cats Series!
- Limited mintage of only 12,000 coins!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver in BU condition.
- The face value of 50 Cents (FJD) is fully backed by the Fijian government.
- On the obverse is the national coat of arms.
- The reverse shows a cat in a garden.
Common house cats kept by humans as pets are the only domesticated species within the larger Felidae family. Related to the larger, wild cats such as the cheetah, jaguar, mountain lion, lion, and tiger, cats are often called domestic cats to help separate them in conversation from the larger species of wild cats.
All of these 2021 1 oz Fiji Silver Cats Coins are available to you for purchase online in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Coins in this listing come with plastic capsules for individual specimens. Within the 12,000-coin mintage, only 4,000 are available outside of Europe.
On the obverse of 2021 Fiji Silver Cats Coins is the image of the national coat of arms. Fiji is a small island nation in the South Pacific. Its national seal contains a shield that is quartered and has symbols of Fijian life and culture in each of the quadrants. As a holdover from the period of British control, the shield includes a lion in passant guardant that clutches a cocoa pod in its paws. The shield is supported by native Fijians and there is a canoe with an outrigger attachment above the shield.
The reverse field of 2021 1 oz Silver Cats Coins features a depiction of a cat. In this debut design for the series, the cat is shown in a garden with tall grass in the background and a few flowers growing amidst the grass. Cats may be domesticated, but they still share similar anatomy and characteristics with their wild cousins. This includes a strong, flexible body with quick reflexes, sharp teeth, and retractable claws that it has adapted over time for killing small prey.
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