WILD LIFE FAMILY - BLACK PUMA WITH SWAROVSKI EYES 1 OZ ANTIQUED FINISH SILVER COIN 2016

WILD LIFE FAMILY - BLACK PUMA WITH SWAROVSKI EYES 1 OZ ANTIQUED FINISH SILVER COIN 2016
WILD LIFE FAMILY - BLACK PUMA WITH SWAROVSKI EYES 1 OZ ANTIQUED FINISH SILVER COIN 2016 WILD LIFE FAMILY - BLACK PUMA WITH SWAROVSKI EYES 1 OZ ANTIQUED FINISH SILVER COIN 2016 WILD LIFE FAMILY - BLACK PUMA WITH SWAROVSKI EYES 1 OZ ANTIQUED FINISH SILVER COIN 2016
Brand: Mint Of Poland
Product SKU: BlackPuma
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Product Description

  • Metal : 999 Fine Silver
  • Finish : Antique finish & Ultra High relief
  • 3 green SWAROVSKI® ELEMENTS eyes
  • Denomination : $1 
  • Year of Issue : 2016
  • Extremely low mintage of  500 coins in the world
  • Weight : 1 Troy oz
  • Comes in a decorative box and with a certificate of authenticity.
  • ​Country of Issue : Niue

This delightful coin shows two Black Pumas, an adult and his splendid baby, with 3 authentic green Swarovski crystals as eyes. On the left the inscription says "WILDLIFE FAMILY" and on the right "BLACK PUMA". The coin’s obverse features the Raphael Maklouf effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.


COIN STORY
The Wildlife Family is an awesome series of silver coins by Niue highlighting the most interesting representatives of the world’s fauna and their babies. This is the fourth coin of the series, struck from 1 oz silver .999 with the extremely limited mintage – 500 pieces only! Decorated with three genuine Swarovski crystals, the ultrahigh relief of the antique finish coin impresses with its details and perfectly renders the animals’ appearance and even emotions. A real catch for nature lovers!
With the fur motif at the background, the obverse of the Niue coin contains the effigy of Her Majesty Elizabeth II. The inscriptions surrounding the portrait include the Queen’s name, the face value of the coin, its issuing country and year.
The reverse of the animal coin shows a magnificent black puma with its pretty cub, their eyes shimmering with green Swarovski crystals. The coin and series names are also engraved on the reverse. The coloring of black pumas is caused by the agouti gene, which regulates the distribution of black pigment within the hair shaft. It comes from a surplus of melanin, the same pigment responsible for suntans, and an animal with the condition is known as "melanistic."Also, just because black panthers are dark in color doesn't mean they don't have spots—they're just harder to see.






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