Series II coins are slightly larger and thinner than those in the first series. 9999 pure gold and with the larger diameter, this amazing coin would be a great addition to any collection and thoughtful gift for people who were born in the mouse year. The coin is made from. 9999 fine gold, individual weight of 1 troy ounce.Produced by the Perth Mint. Sovereign coin backed by the Australian government. The portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Inscriptions: "2008", "100 Dollars", "1 oz", . 9999 gold", "Australia", "Elizabeth II. Depicts a mouse crouching on the stones with chili peppers clustered in the background with the Chinese character for'Mouse' and the traditional "P" mintmark. Add this superb coin to your collection today, and it will be carefully wrapped, packaged, and safely delivered to your address. Get this 2008 1 oz Gold Lunar Year of the Mouse Coin today!
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