2018 South Africa 1 oz Silver Flowers and Birds: Grass Crinium

Silver

5 In Stock

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R 1,195.00

Product Details


This colorful 1 oz Silver Proof features the Grass Crinium and is one of the coins belonging to the Flowers and Bird series.


Set Highlights:
  • Contains 1 oz of Silver.
  • The coin comes in a blistercard.
  • Mintage of only 1,000.
  • Obverse: Depicts a map of South Africa indicating the location of the UNESCO recognized Biosphere Reserve together with the words "South Africa" and the year "2018".
  • Reverse: Portrays a colorful image of a single Crinum graminicola (Grass Crinium) flower .The 2018 colour coin range represents the beautiful fauna and flora of the Waterberg Biosphere, situated in the magnificent Waterberg district in Limpopo.
  • Guaranteed by the South African Mint.


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Crinum is a genus of the large and attractive Amaryllidaceae family, although the Crinum graminicola is larger in stature than most other species of Amaryllidaceae. Grass crinum are herbaceous plants with large bulbs which produce a neck made up of the sheathing bases of the old leaves and are native to the grassy plains of the highveld of South Africa.

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