JM Bullion is thrilled to offer the final release in the Animals of Africa series, featuring the impressive black rhino! These coins were produced by PAMP Suisse in the shape of an actual rhino, and include carefully detailed, almost life-like designs. The first three releases in the series (Nile Crocodile, African Lion, and Elephant) sold out quickly, and it is expected that the rhino will do the same. Now, 2022 1 oz Solomon Islands Silver Animals of Africa Rhino Shaped Coins are available to you for purchase online at JM Bullion.
- Includes a display box and a Certificate of Authenticity!
- 4th and final release in the Animals of Africa series!
- Limited mintage of just 2,500 silver pieces!
- Sold out at the mint!
- Individually serialized.
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .9999 pure silver.
- Bears a face value of 2 Dollars backed by the Solomon Islands.
- The obverse field depicts Queen Elizabeth II.
- On the reverse side of the coin is a black rhino.
When you order these 2022 1 oz Solomon Islands Silver Rhino Shaped Coins from JM Bullion, you will receive a beautiful specimen housed in a display box with a Certificate of Authenticity. These remarkable coins have been struck in .9999 pure silver by PAMP Suisse and are recognized as legal tender by the Solomon Islands.
The obverse of 2022 Solomon Islands Silver Animals of Africa Rhino Shaped Coins features Queen Elizabeth II. In this Fourth-Generation portrait by Ian Rank-Broadley, we see the Queen in right-profile relief wearing the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara. Inscriptions on the obverse read Solomon Islands, Elizabeth II, 2 Dollars, 2022, 1 oz 999.9 Ag. Also on the obverse is the coins unique serialized number.
On the reverse of 2022 1 oz Solomon Islands Silver Animals of Africa Coins, there is a black rhino design. This full-body depiction shows a solitary male heading for his favorite watering hole. From the lines and curves in the skin to the complexities of the face, this rendition perfectly captures the majesty of these creatures.
While not yet extinct, the black rhino did suffer a tragic 98% population decrease between the 1960s and 1990s. However, thanks to the tireless efforts of conservationists in Africa, their nearly extinct population has more than doubled its numbers over the last 20 years. But despite an estimated 5,600 black rhinos alive today in Africa, their population is still meager compared to what it once was. Poaching and black-market activities continue to threaten their existence, meaning conservation efforts must not cease if there is to be a hopeful future for this iconic species.
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