2010 Icons of New Zealand Silver Proof Coin

This pure silver proof coin captures the kiwi and Southern Cross on one stunning collectable.

Highlights

  • 1oz silver proof coin
  • Second in the three-year series
  • Combines the kiwi and the Southern Cross
  • Worldwide mintage limit: 8,500

These handsome coins are the second in a three-year series that presents New Zealand’s most loved bird, the kiwi, together with another distinctly ‘New Zealand’ icon. In 2010 the image is the Southern Cross – our official emblem and one of the smallest constellations known.

This $1 silver proof coin has been crafted from pure 0.999 silver and packaged in a leatherette display case that includes an individually numbered certificate of authentication. With a maximum of only 8,500 available, these are sure to be a popular choice for discerning collectors in New Zealand and around the world.

Denomination: New Zealand one dollar (NZD $1)
Composition and finish: Pure silver proof (0.999)
Weight: 1 ounce
Diameter: 40.0mm
Edge treatment: Milled
Obverse design: Portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Ian Rank-Broadley, England
Reverse design: Symbolic kiwi with Southern Cross
Mint: BH Mayer’s Kunstprägeanstalt GmbH
Worldwide mintage limit: 8,500 coins