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    Lunar Year of the Dragon at JM Bullion

    The Year of the Dragon is one of these 12 animal signs, and it is considered one of the most auspicious and powerful years in the Chinese zodiac. People born in the Year of the Dragon are believed to possess certain personality traits and characteristics associated with the dragon, which is a symbol of strength, courage, and good fortune in Chinese culture.

    The concept of a “Lunar Year of the Dragon” is related to the Chinese zodiac, which is a calendar system based on lunar cycles. In the Chinese zodiac, there are 12 animal signs, and each year is associated with one of these animals, along with one of the five elements (wood, fire, earth, metal, and water), creating a 60-year cycle.

    JM Bullion Lunar Silver

    This unique Lunar Silver collection offers fans of the Zodiac a unique depiction of each lunar animal in the 12-year cycle. There is one common design for each animal that is featured on both a 1 oz silver round and a 10 oz silver bar.

    For the 2024 Year of the Dragon Release, the design captures a serpent-like dragon with a long, coiled body and wings near the top of its figure. Interestingly, as the dragon’s body coils through the middle of the design field it forms a figure 8. The large wings and head are set in right-profile relief at the top of the design.

    The 1 oz silver round and 10 oz silver bar are available individually or in bulk, with a special third option available for the 1 oz silver round. You can buy 2024 1 oz Year of the Dragon Silver Rounds with special Lunar Series Cards. These red cards feature the release details on the front with specific dates of the Year of the Dragon on the reverse, as well as the characteristics of those born in the Year of the Dragon and the Year of the Wood Dragon mark on the back.

    Common Lunar Year of the Dragon Options

    Without question, the most well-known lunar collection is the Lunar Series III program at Perth Mint. The continuation of a series that has been ongoing since the 1996 debut of Lunar Series I coins, the latest iteration has been in production since 2020 with distinct lunar designs for the silver coin, as well as the gold and platinum coin. In addition to Perth Lunar coins, you’ll find Lunar Year of the Dragon designs in the following collections:

    • British Lunar Series (Shengxiao Series)
    • Samoa Lunar Series
    • Mongolia Lunar Series
    • Niue Lunar Series
    • Macau Lunar Series
    • Burundi Lunar Series
    • Vanuatu Lunar Pearl Series

    Year of the Dragon

    2024 is the latest appearance of the Year of the Dragon. People often consult Chinese astrology for guidance on various aspects of life, including career, relationships, and compatibility. However, it’s essential to remember that astrology is a belief system and should be taken with a grain of cultural and personal interpretation. It can be a fun and interesting way to explore personality traits, but it should not be used as the sole basis for making life decisions. Key characteristics of the Year of the Dragon include the following:

    • Strong and Energetic: Dragons are often seen as strong and full of energy. People born in the Year of the Dragon are thought to be enthusiastic and capable of achieving their goals.
    • Confident: Dragons are known for their self-confidence and assertiveness. Those born in the Year of the Dragon are believed to be self-assured and charismatic.
    • Ambitious: Dragons are ambitious and tend to set high goals for themselves. They are willing to work hard to achieve success.
    • Charismatic: People born in the Year of the Dragon are often seen as charismatic and magnetic, attracting others with their personalities.
    • Innovative: Dragons are associated with creativity and innovation. Those born in this year may have a knack for coming up with new ideas and solutions.
    • Leadership Qualities: Dragons are seen as natural leaders. They often take on leadership roles and are comfortable in positions of authority.
    • Good Luck: The Year of the Dragon is considered a lucky year in the Chinese zodiac. It is associated with prosperity and good fortune.

    Collect Lunar Year of the Dragon Silver at JM Bullion

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