Back for the fourth year is Scottsdale Mint’s Cayman Islands issued ‘Marlin’ bullion coin. The leaping fish adorns the central section of the reverse face, and is surrounded by a ‘wavy-patterned’ border carrying various inscriptions. That border is also present on the obverse, with the centre area occupied by an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II.
The mintage of this 1 oz silver bullion coin is 50,000 again. It has a smaller premium over spot than many other Scottsdale designs, so is aimed more at the volume market – hence the continuing use of the same design, which is fine. Last year saw a gold version with a 10,000 mintage as well, but that’s yet to be announced. Hardly surprising given the times, but hopefully it will appear soon. A nice looking, if unadventurous coin, it’s available now.
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