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Money Metals is pleased to announce that we have been designated as the only dealer worldwide for a stunning new 1 oz .999 silver coin, the New Zealand Mint’s 2017 “HMS Bounty” – the lowest priced 1 oz legal tender silver coin in the world, period!
The content and purity of the NZ Bounty are identical to those of silver American Eagles, yet premiums on this exciting new issue are much lower. The NZ Bounty is also priced lower than the Australian Kangaroo, Austrian Philharmonic, British Britannia, Canadian Maple Leaf, Chinese Panda, or any other legal tender coin available.
You already know Money Metals as America’s most trusted source of low-premium precious metals. Tens of thousands of customers trust Money Metals to bring them the most metal for their money in a wide range of legal tender as well as privately minted formats. Now we’re proud to serve our customers as the exclusive dealer for this ultra-low premium legal tender coin.
The NZ Bounty is not only an outstanding value in legal tender silver. It’s also a spectacular coin. The obverse features Queen Elizabeth II and bears the coin’s legal tender denomination which is a face value of two New Zealand dollars. The reverse depicts Her Majesty’s Ship Bounty under sail, circumscribed by an eight-point compass. Also, its weight and purity is guaranteed by the New Zealand Mint.
The HMS Bounty: A three-masted merchant vessel built in England in 1784, the HMS Bounty was purchased by the Royal Navy in 1787. She was sent to the Pacific under command of William Bligh to acquire breadfruit plants from Tahiti and transport them to the British West Indies in hopes of producing edible harvests. In September 1788, the ship sailed past the southern tip of New Zealand on its long and arduous voyage. The mission was aborted in April 1789 following a mutiny led by Acting Lieutenant Fletcher Christian. This was the famous Mutiny on the Bounty, subject of three films including the 1935 classic starring Charles Laughton and Clark Gable. The mutineers burned the ship on Pitcairn Island in 1790 in order to avoid detection by the Royal Navy, which sought to return them to England for trial. The remains of the Bounty were discovered in 1957, and various parts have been salvaged. Though its service was short and its end tragic, the Bounty remains a bold symbol of the global quest for wealth and prosperity.
The New Zealand Mint: The New Zealand Mint has been producing legal tender coins, bullion, and collectible medallions for more than four decades. New Zealand’s only precious metals mint, it prides itself on high quality design and production. The Bounty was specifically produced for the south Pacific island of Niue(NEW-ay), a self-governing state in free association with New Zealand; its residents are New Zealand citizens, and New Zealand conducts most diplomatic relations on its behalf.
|Mint Facility:||New Zealand Mint - Niue|
|Quality / Type:||Bullion, Brilliant Uncirculated|
|Metal Weight:||1 troy Oz|
|Obverse:||Queen Elizabeth II|
|Reverse:||HMS Bounty Surrounded by Compass|
We are buying this item back daily, and we pay you promptly!
Our current buy pricing is $18.62 each and we will buy up to 1,000 ounces at this price. Simply call us on any weekday to lock pricing at 1-800-800-1865.
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By on December 16th, 2016
I was worried about the quality of these coins, but I was surprised! They are proof quality. I hope to order some more shortly. This coin is much nicer than the ASE.
By Ricky F. on November 23rd, 2016
The HMS Bounty coin is a very gorgeous coin. It has very detailed engraving of the HMS Bounty. The reverse has the HMS Bounty circumscribed by an eight-point compass and you can see the detail in the ship & the sails. Also on the obverse features Queen Elizabeth II and the detail is out of this world. This side has the date and bears the coin’s legal tender denomination which is a face value of two New Zealand dollars.
By David W. on October 29th, 2016
A beautiful coin. I like it's design on both the obverse & reverse. The item was shipped right away, and I would recommend it to others.