About 2022 1 Oz silver dragon rectangular coin – Perth mint
The Rectangular Dragon Series is one of the most exciting releases of silver bullion from Perth Mint in recent years. The dragon motif on the reverse of these gorgeous coins varies slightly with each new date stamp. They are available in both BU and Proof conditions.
The condition of each 2022 1 Oz Australian Rectangular Silver Dragon Coin is Brilliant and Uncirculated. These exquisite silver coins are carefully wrapped in protective flips. Multiples are available in plastic tubes containing 20 coins or Monster Boxes containing 200 coins, the latter of which contains 10 tubes.
Queen Elizabeth II is shown on the obverse of the 2022 Australian Rectangular Silver Dragon Coin from Perth Mint. At the age of 89, Her Majesty is shown here in right-profile relief. This authoritative sixth-generation image of the Queen depicts her wearing the State Diadem Crown of George IV.
On the back of 2022, 1 Oz Rectangular Silver Dragon Coins is the most recent representation of the Chinese dragon. This serpentine creature slithers around the bar’s surface, with its flaming tail at the top of the bar and its body winding down the design element towards its head. It is reaching with one of its front claws for the blazing pearl.
- The coin features a unique rectangular shape.
- The reverse side of the coin features a stylized Chinese dragon and the Perth Mint’s “P” mint mark.
- On the obverse side depicts the Jody Clark likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the face value, 2022 year-date, weight, and fineness.
- Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Silver
- Coin comes in protective packaging. Orders of 20 come in tubes which come in Mini Monster Boxes.
- It has a limited mintage of 250,000 coins.
- Sovereign coin backed by the Australian government
More About the rectangular 1 Oz Dragon Coin
The Perth Mint is known for its meticulous attention to detail, and each coin is no exception. Rectangular Dragon bullion coins are subject to rigorous yearly mintage limitations, with no more than 500,000 units struck in 2018, 250,000 units in 2019, 2020, and 2021, and another 250,000 units in 2022.