The Cayman Islands Marlin debuted for the fourth time in silver back in July, but has now launched in gold as well, although for only the third time as it was silver only in 2017. No changes to the pretty design, with the wave-pattern border still in evidence on both the reverse and obverse faces.
Just a 1 oz 0.9999 gold variant on offer, with no fractionals at present. The gold had a mintage of 10,000 pieces last year, but we’ve yet to have this years number confirmed. We’d not be surprised to see it lower, but this is a core stackers coin from Scottsdale, so it will almost certainly have a mintage greater than, for example, EC8’s 2,500 pieces. We will update shortly.
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