Reel in a deal with the 2014 Tokelau Yellowfin Tuna 1 oz silver coin from Gainesville Coins! Issued for the Pacific Island of Tokelau and struck from one troy ounce of .999 fine silver, these 2014 Tokelau Yellowfin Tuna coins are a perfect collectible for any fishing enthusiast. Minted from .999 fine silver, each of these coins weighs 1 troy oz and has been designated with a face value of 5 Dollars.
The obverse includes the familiar effigy of Queen Elizabeth II designed by Ian Rank-Broadley. Her Majesty's image is placed toward the top half of the coin to make room for the national symbol of Tokelau, a wooden tackle box emblazoned with a cross known as the Tuluma. The weight, purity, and face value are found below, reading "~Five Dollars - 1 oz 999 Silver~" along the bottom rim. The reverse features an incredibly realistic and detailed depiction of the Kakahi-Yellowfin Tuna, a distinctive species of the South Pacific. (This fish is sometimes confused with the Ahi Tuna.) "TOKELAU" is found along the bottom rim while "KAKAHI--YELLOWFIN TUNA" is inscribed along the top.
If you're an avid fisher, or simply would like to add to your personal coin collection, this .999 fine silver coin is a great catch! With a limited mintage of just 500,000 coins, these Tokelau $5 Yellowfin Tuna 1 oz silver coins may not be available for long, so get yours for competitive prices from Gainesville Coins!
|Actual Metal Weight:||1 ozt|
|Face Value:||5 Dollars|
|Obverse Designer:||Ian Rank-Broadley|