Gold notes are increasingly popular among investors and collectors who buy gold online. Gold notes are thin forms of gold bullion that come with extremely affordable premiums. In many cases, gold notes are ideal for collectors because great attention to detail has been given to the designs on the obverse and reverse. Today, 2021 1/1000 oz Aurum Republic of Cameroon Gold Notes are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you in a currency sleeve with a Certificate of Authenticity!
- Legal tender status!
- Limited mintage of only 10,000 notes!
- Contains 1/1000 Troy oz of .999 pure gold.
- The face value of 100 Francs (CFA) is fully backed by the Cameroonian government.
- On the obverse is a depiction of a black rhinoceros in right-profile relief.
- The reverse features several black rhinos on the savanna.
Gold notes come in a variety of styles and designs. While many gold notes are available with designs replicating historic banknote designs, few of those have legal tender status in the issuing nation. These new 2021 1/1000 oz Aurum Republic of Cameroon Gold Notes actually have legal tender status in Cameroon with a face value of 100 Francs CFA.
All of the 2021 1/1000 oz Aurum Republic of Cameroon Gold Notes available here are part of a limited-issue of gold notes with a declared maximum mintage of 10,000 notes only. Each note comes with its own currency sleeve and a Certificate of Authenticity from the issuer.
On the obverse side of 2021 Aurum Republic of Cameroon Gold Notes is a depiction of a black rhinoceros in left-profile relief. Both sides of the gold note have beautiful colorization, with the green and red of the Cameroonian flag present on this side. The national seal is to the left-side of the note with the black rhino dominating the field with a gold star above its smaller horn.
The reverse face of 2021 1/1000 oz Republic of Cameroon Gold Notes is the depiction of a larger herd of black rhinos. The rhinos have gathered on the savanna around a tree as they graze and avoid the midday heat.
The black rhinoceros species is listed as a critically endangered species that has seen its numbers dwindle in recent centuries largely through poaching and loss of habitat. In fact, the specific species of black rhino that inhabited what is now known as Cameroon, the western black rhino, was declared extinct in 2011. Today, there are an estimated 5,500 black rhinos remaining in the wild on the African continent.
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