The Somalia Silver Elephant is a popular coin with investors for its use of .9999 pure silver content and its new reverse designs. The Somalia Silver Elephant is available in a variety of weights, making it suitable for gift-giving as well. One such example is the Baby Girl Gift Card packaging. Today, 2021 1/10 oz Somalia Silver Elephant Coins in a Baby Girl Gift Card are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you inside a plastic case with a Baby Girl Gift Card!
- 18th year of issue for Somalia Silver Elephants!
- Contains 1/10 Troy oz of .9999 pure silver.
- The face value is 10 Somali Shillings.
- On the obverse is the Somali coat of arms.
- The reverse features the image of a large bull elephant.
The coins in the 2021 1/10 oz Somalia Elephant Baby Girl Card release are standard BU coins from the Bavarian State Mint. In this listing, each coin comes with a card that includes on its back side the birth details for a newborn.
All of the 2021 1/10 oz Somalia Silver Elephant Coins in this listing come inside of a plastic case with a Baby Girl Gift Card. The card includes a pink elephant on the front side with space on the back to note the name, height, and weight of the newborn baby, as well as her date and time of birth. These coins make a great gift for any new parent to commemorate a new life.
On the obverse of 2021 Somalia Silver Elephant Coins is the coat of arms for Somalia. This design includes the national shield with a background field of horizontal lines and a single star at the center. The shield is supported by leopards on either side with fern leaves and spears beneath.
The reverse side of 2021 1/10 oz Silver Elephant Coins depicts the African bush elephant. In this unique design for 2021, the bush elephant is shown marching almost off the field of the design right toward the viewer, the trunk and tusks almost appear to break the field of the coin in this beautiful design. In the background field, life on the savanna plays out in the distance.
The African bush elephant is the largest land mammal alive today. Its cousins the Asian Elephant and the African forest elephant are the second and third largest mammals, respectively. The bush elephant is a critical species that is endangered largely due to the activity of human poachers killing the beasts for the ivory in their tusks.
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