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Lunar gold coins are a popluar way to collect a beautiful coin series.
Based on the Chinese calendar, the coins are issued each year on a limited basis.
The series 1 coins are no longer minted and are available on the secondary market only.
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2015 Goat

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The year 2015 Goats are the eighth coins in The Perth Mint Australian 12-coin Lunar Series II. Some Chinese Lunar Calendars call it the Year of the Sheep, but The Perth Mint, went with the goat.

2014 Horse

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On the reverse: a spirited horse cantering and the Chinese character for ‘horse. on the obverse The Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

2013 Snake

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Each coin’s reverse depicts a snake curled amongst grass and bamboo shoots. The Chinese character for ‘snake’ and the inscription ‘Year of the Snake’ also appear in the design.

2012 Dragon

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The reverse of each coin depicts a traditional Chinese dragon, a long, scaled, serpentine creature with four legs, and a ‘pearl of wisdom’. The Chinese character for ‘dragon’ is inscripted on the coin

2011 Rabbit

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Each coin depicts a rabbit next to a cabbage and a pot with Chinese lettering. The Chinese character for ‘rabbit’ and the inscription ‘Year of the Rabbit’.

2010 Tiger

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The image of a tiger's head on each coin captures the terrifying beauty of this awe-inspiring wild animal. Honouring its importance in the Chinese Lunar calendar.

2009 Ox

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2009 Lunar coin design depicts an ox lying on grass with bamboo branches above.

2008 Mouse

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2008-dated Australian Lunar gold bullion coins depict a mouse crouching on a bed of stones with chilli peppers clustered in the background.

2007 Pig

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The 2007 Year of the Pig coins completes the gold coins of The Perth Mint's Lunar Series, spanning the years 1996 - 2007.

2006 Dog

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With a limited production run of only 30,000 1 ounce gold coins, the 1 oz Perth Mint Lunar Series 2006 Dog Gold Coin is expected to be the next coin in the series to sell out.

2005 Rooster

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The Year of the Rooster coin is the tenth in the Perth Mint Australian Lunar Series, a series that has become popular in the collectible market.

2004 Monkey

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The Year of the Monkey coin is the ninth in the highly collectible Perth Mint Australian Lunar Series, which encompasses both gold and silver coins.

2003 Goat

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The year 2003 Goats are the eighth coins in The Perth Mint Australian 12-coin Lunar Series. Some Chinese Lunar Calendars call it the Year of the Sheep, but The Perth Mint, went with the goat.

2002 Horse

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Year 2002 Gold Horses are the seventh coin in The Perth Mint Australian Lunar Series. All the gold coins in the Lunar Series are .9999 fine gold, and comes individually encapsulated in plastic.

2001 Snake

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The one-ounce Gold Snakes became the third coin in Lunar Series to reach the 30,000-coin production cap, which means they can be bought only in the secondary market.

2000 Dragon

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The Year 2000 Dragon is the key coin in the Lunar Series, for good reason. The dragon is considered China's icon. Referring to China as "The Dragon" is as common as calling the U.S. "Uncle Sam"

1999 Rabbit

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The 1999 Rabbit is the fourth coin in The Perth Mint 12-coin Lunar Series. The obverses of the Rabbit coins are the first coins in the Lunar Series to carry effigies of a mature Queen Elizabeth.

1998 Tiger

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The 1998 Gold Tiger is the third coin in The Perth Mint Australian Lunar Series Gold Bullion Coins collection. Production of the 1-oz Tiger gold coins will be limited to 30,000 coins.

1997 Ox

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The 1997 Ox Lunar coin is the second coin in The Perth Mint's Lunar Series. The obverse of the 1997 coin carries the effigy of a young Queen Elizabeth, the third official likeness of the Queen.

1996 Mouse

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The Perth Mint kicked off its Lunar Series with the 1996 Year of the Mouse, the first year in the repeating Chinese Lunar Calendar.