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The collector's coin Kiwi gold-plated 2 oz Silver 2023 Black Proof is a unique coin from the limited Kiwi series issued since 2004. The 2023 product shows a southern kiwi from the "Apteryx australis" family. This species occurs, among others, on Stewart Island, Fiordland. It is characterized by grey-brown plumage with longitudinal striped feathers.
The item is minted from pure Ag.999 silver, weighing 2 troy ounces and having a diameter of 50 mm, in the proof standard by BH Mayer's Kunstprägeanstalt GmbH, commissioned by New Zealand Post. The coin is gold-plated with yellow gold.
What's more, Kiwi 2023 is limited to only 300 pieces. Importantly, each piece is delivered in an exclusive case.
Obverse the coins are decorated with the image of Queen Elizabeth II wearing a crown. The obverse contains information about the issue date, issuing country, weight and purity of the metal. The obverse was designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
The reverse shows a kiwi on the beach among the stones. The reverse also bears the inscription "TOKOEKA SOUTHERN BROWN KIWI APTERYX AUSTRALIS" and the nominal value of the item. The reverse designer was Stephen Fuller.
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