The Somalia Elephant Series of silver, platinum, and gold bullion coins significantly expanded from its original offerings starting in 2016. That year saw the introduction of fractional-ounce silver, a 1 oz platinum coin, and new weights in gold. The smallest weight now offered in the Somalia Gold Elephant Series is a minuscule 1/2 gram coin. Right now, 2021 1/2 oz Gram Somalia Gold Elephant Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives inside of a protective plastic capsule or tube of 20 coins!
- 18th year of issue in the Somalia Gold Elephant Coin Series!
- Contains 1/2 Gram (.01607 Troy oz) of .9999 pure gold in BU condition.
- Bears a face value of 20 Somali Shillings.
- On the obverse is the national coat of arms.
- The reverse depicts a massive African bush elephant walking into the foreground of the coin.
Each 2021 1/2 Gram Somalia Gold Elephant Coin is available to purchase here in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The coins in the 1/2 gram weight are packaged individually inside of protective plastic capsules or tubes of 20 coins.
The Somalia Gold Elephant series offers some of the most wide-ranging options of any gold bullion series. The series originally included only a 1 oz gold weight. The 2016 expansion of the Somalia Elephant Series eventually resulted in the debut of more weights in the gold bullion series. This includes some rarely used weights such as 1/25 oz, 1/50 oz, 1 Gram, and even 1/2 Gram.
On the obverse of 2021 Somalia Gold Elephant Coins is the image of the national coat of arms. The Somali coat of arms offers a single star at the center of a shield that is backed with horizontal lines. The crowned shield is supported on either side by leopards, with fern leaves and spears beneath the shield draped in a ribbon. The design element has a beaded border.
The reverse face of the 2021 1/2 Gram Gold Elephant features the latest image of the African bush elephant. In the 2021 design, the Bavarian State Mint depicts a large, mature African bush elephant marching into the foreground. The beast has gotten so close that its trunk extends out of the central design element and into the edge of the design field. There is a single tree in the distant background on the horizon as a bird flies overhead.
Founded in 1158, the Bavarian State Mint is now one of the five national German mints. In addition to producing precious metals bullion pieces, the Bavarian State Mint is responsible for around 21% of currency in circulation in Germany.
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