The Macau Lunar Series begins in 1979 to celebrate the Lunar Zodiac. It is a set of dating system based on twelve animals, which is inextricably linked to the ancient Chinese lunar calendar. It has been loved and respected by the people and gradually affects all aspects of people's lives. The passages of time have injected rich connotations into it, forming a unique zodiac culture.
This beautiful coin is one from the second series of Macau Lunar Coins. The reverse of coin depicts an image of a walking ox and the denomination is included. The obverse of coin features the facade of The Ruins of St. Paul's church. The title of country and year are also engraved. The beautiful and remarkably detailed design makes this coin highly recommended by both investors and collector.
．Contains 28.28g of 92.5% fine silver
．Features the representative design of Lunar Ox, both investment and commemorative attributes
．A guarantee of quality with PCGS grading of PR-68