Silver coin Czech Lion 1 oz (2018)
Silver coin The Czech Lion is minted in the Czech Mint and has legal tender status. The nominal value of this silver coin is NZD 2.
1 troy oz (31,10 g) Ag
Silver coin Czech Lion is minted in the Czech Mint. The designation refers to a lion, a Czech state symbol depicted on the silver coin. The coin contains one troy ounce of silver (31.1 grams of silver). The declared purity of the coin metal is 99.9%. The Mint is the guarantor of fineness.
The Czech Lion silver coins have legal tender status, the silver coin's nominal value is 2 NZD Niue.
On the obverse side we can find a linden branch, a portrait of her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the name of the issuer's country, the nominal and the year of minting. The reverse side shows the traditional symbol of the Czech Republic - a two-tailed lion guarding the crown of St. Wenceslas and a heraldic shield with a flaming St. Wenceslas eagle. The coin was designed by the world-famous medalist Jaroslav Bejvl.
Coins are stored in plastic capsules of 1 piece.