JM Bullion is pleased to offer you the latest coin in the Imperial Faberge Eggs series, produced by the Mint of Poland! This magnificent specimen depicts the Pelican Egg, which was commissioned by Emperor Nicholas II and presented to his mother on Easter in 1898. Today, 2021 2 oz Niue Silver Faberge Pelican Egg Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Presented in a decorative case with a Certificate of Authenticity!
- All-new rose gold plated coin in the Imperial Faberge Eggs series!
- Limited mintage of only 999 coins!
- Already sold out at the mint!
- Proof visuals.
- Includes colorization and crystal insert.
- Contains 2 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Bears a face value of 2 Dollars backed by Niue Island.
- The obverse field contains an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II.
- On the reverse side of the coin is a rendition of the Pelican egg.
These 2021 2 oz Niue Faberge Pelican Egg Coins have been carefully crafted with rose gold plating and include a crystal insert. Each coin in this limited mintage release is housed inside a special display box, which includes a Certificate of Authenticity from the Mint of Poland. These oval-shaped coins are ideal for anyone who has a love of history and beautiful artifacts.
On the obverse side of 2021 Niue Silver Faberge Pelican Egg Coins, there is an effigy of Queen Elizabeth. This Fourth-Generation portrait was designed by Ian Rank-Broadley for the Royal Mint in 1998. Beneath the image, you’ll see an opened Faberge egg with the surprise inside. Obverse inscriptions read Niue Island, Elizabeth II, 2021, 2 Dollars, Ag .999.
The reverse of 2021 Silver Faberge Egg Coins features a rendition of the Pelican egg. This includes engravings found on the original egg, as well as a Pelican feeding its young. In the original, the pelican is shown atop the egg, but here the image is placed in its center. Inscribed along the top rim are the words Imperial Faberge Eggs.
The image of the pelican feeding her young is significant for this particular Faberge egg. The image symbolizes motherhood, which is apropos considering the egg was given to Nicholas II’s mother, the Dowager Maria Feodorovna. Following the tradition set by Emperor Alexander III, the egg was presented on Easter Sunday, in the year 1898. It is one of 40 eggs in total that were designed for Nicholas II and gifted to either his mother or wife.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to JM Bullion if you have any questions about buying silver coins. Our team is available to assist you on the phone at 800-276-6508, online using our live chat, and via our email address.