Late last year we saw innovative bullion producer, Coins Today, release their first issue inspired by the Chinese lunar calendar. One of this very talented South Korean companies stackable silver bullion range, it realised the head of a rabbit in a quirky low-polygon form. The series is now back for a second go, and it’s the always popular dragon, the only mythological creature of the twelve in the lunar calendar.
This dragon seems to be a considerably more complex shape than the rabbit, with facets veering off in all directions. It’s an imposing piece, with more than a little inspiration from the Game of Thrones prequel, House of the Dragon, rather than a strictly Asian style. There’s a mix of finishes, partially proof and partially matt, which we’d imagine would enhance that faceted look in hand.
As always, the back face is a reverse imprint of the front, so it’s fully stackable. At two-ounces, and 47 x 67.2 mm in dimensions, it’s also a good size, and for something so unique and well-designed, quite affordable. The mintage is uncapped, so it should be easy enough to pick up. Another great addition to an extremely varied range of bullion.
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