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Niue: Wild Africa - Do You See Me? colored $1 Silver 2021 Antique Finish is a coin from the "Wild Africa" series, which is dedicated to the most mysterious African animals. The specimen presents a leaf-tailed gecko - Uroplatus phantasticus, which is one of the thirteen recognized species of gecko lizards from the Uroplatus genus. The reptile is found only in the mountain rainforests of Madagascar, just off the southeastern coast of Africa. Geckos reach a length of 6.3 to 8.9 centimeters.
The value is minted from Ag.999 silver, weighing 15.5 grams, diameter 40 mm, antiqued standard. The outstanding Lithuanian Mint is responsible for the limited mintage of 1,000 pieces. The product is delivered in individual, original packaging. Coins are legal tender in the issuer's country.
The obverse of the silver coin shows the image of Queen Elizabeth II, the inscription "ELIZABETH II", "NIUE" and the nominal value, purity of the metal and the year of minting the coin. The obverse was designed by Ian Rank-Broadley.
The reverse shows the colored eye of a leaf-tailed gecko with the words "I SEE YOU" and "DO YOU SEE ME?".
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