Black Rhino Gold | 2018 South Africa 1/4 oz coin Waterberg Biosphere

R 2 Gold Series

3 In Stock

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R 9,800.00

Product Details
This black rhino gold coin, features the black rhino, which was introduced onto private land in Waterberg in 1990. This coin has a mintage of only 200 coins.

Coin Highlights:
  • Mintage of 200.
  • Contains 1/4 oz of .9999 fine Gold.
  • Comes in a box and with a certificate of authenticity.
  • Obverse: Features a map of South Africa indicating the location of the Waterberg Biosphere Reserve together with the words "South Africa" and the year "2018".
  • Reverse: Depicts a close-up of a mother and calf black rhinoceros or hook-lipped rhinoceros.
  • Minted at the South African Mint.

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The first black rhino ever to go onto private land in South Africa, took place here in August 1990 and since then, three founder populations have been established; two private and one State (Marakele National Park). In 1989 the Waterberg Nature Conservancy was formally established and presently comprises 25 landowners.

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