2014 – 2015 Niue Endangered Animal Species Coin Set (Graded Set2)
2014 NIUE HYACINTH MACAW COLORIZED S$1 PF 70 ULTRA CAMEO (Top Pop, only 4 in this grade) https://www.ngccoin.com/certlookup/2800720-003/70/
2014MW NIUE SIBERIAN TIGER COLORIZED S$1 PF69 ULTRA CAMEO (Top Pop, only 8 in this grade, none higher) https://www.ngccoin.com/certlookup/2801398-014/69/
2014MW NIUE GIANT PANDA COLORIZED S$1 PF67 ULTRA CAMEO (only 2 in this grade, only 7 higher) https://www.ngccoin.com/certlookup/2803088-003/67/
2014MW NIUE GREVY’S ZEBRA COLORIZED S$1 PF70 ULTRA CAMEO (Top Pop, only 4 in this grade) https://www.ngccoin.com/certlookup/2803088-006/70/
2014MW NIUE MOUNTAIN GORILLA COLORIZED S$1 PF66 ULTRA CAMEO (only 1 in this grade, only 7 higher) https://www.ngccoin.com/certlookup/2803088-008/66/
2014MW NIUE BLACK RHINOCEROS COLORIZED S$1 PF70 ULTRA CAMEO (Top Pop, only 4 in this grade) https://www.ngccoin.com/certlookup/2805027-003/70/
2014MW NIUE LOGGERHEAD SEA TURTLE COLORIZED S$1 PF67 ULTRA CAMEO (only 1 in this grade, only 4 higher) https://www.ngccoin.com/certlookup/2806073-001/67/
2014MW NIUE RED RUFFED LEMUR COLORIZED S$1 PF70 CAMEO (Top Pop, only 3 in this grade) https://www.ngccoin.com/certlookup/2806073-006/70/
2015MW NIUE AMUR LEOPARD COLORIZED S$1 PF70 ULTRA CAMEO (Top Pop, only 5 in this grade) https://www.ngccoin.com/certlookup/2807306-003/70/
2015MW NIUE BLUE WHALE COLORIZED S$1 PF69 ULTRA CAMEO (only 3 in this grade, only 2 higher) https://www.ngccoin.com/certlookup/2807306-006/69/
Special features of each coin:
• 17.5g of fine silver (99.9% pure), with precision colour application and a crystal element
• Low mintage only 2,000 in the world
• Unique coins for animal lovers
Travel the globe while collecting 10 of the most endangered animals in the world. Limited mintage silver proof coins issued by the Isle of Niue, featuring vividly coloured images and a crystal element.
The reverse of each coin displays the magnificent animal in its natural habitat. Included in this image is a crystal element highlighting the geographical location of each animal. This exquisite collection reminds us how fragile the earth’s animals really are.
These vividly beautiful and intelligent birds found in the Amazon rainforest, mate for life and can live for up to 60 years.
The largest of all the Asian big cats, Siberian tigers mainly rely on sight and sound rather than smell. They generally hunt and live alone unless it is a mother with her cub.
The Giant panda is the rarest member of the bear family. They primarily live in the forests high in the mountains of western China, eating 12 to 38 kilograms of bamboo each day.
The Grévy’s zebra whose coat is vertically patterned with black and white stripes that are much narrower that those of the plain zebra. These zebras are able to run up to 64 kilometres per hour through the semi-desert grasslands of Africa.
Living in the forests of the Virunga Mountains and the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda only roughly 800 mountain gorillas remain.
These mammals are one of the oldest living species on earth. Except for females and their offspring, black rhinos are solitary.
Red Ruffled Lemur
Looking more like a primate than a lemur, these animals of Madagascar only engage with their own kind and do not consort with any other type of lemur.
Loggerhead Sea Turtle
Named for their large heads that support mighty jaw muscles, they are also the world’s largest hard-shelled turtle.
Also known as the Far Eastern leopard, these spotted big cats are known for their extremely thick fur making them able to survive further north than any other leopard species.
Rulers of the ocean, the blue whale is the largest mammal on planet earth. They can weigh up to 200 tons and can grow to 30 metres in length.
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