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2022 1 oz Australian Rectangular Silver Dragon Coin (BU)

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Fifth year of the Australian rectangular silver dragon series of coin bars!
Mintage capped at just 250,000 coins worldwide!

Perth Mint celebrates the powerful symbolism of the Eastern dragon with this 2022 1 oz silver dragon bar coin, the fifth release in Perth Mint’s rectangular dragon coins series. Like prior years, the obverse of the 2022 edition features Jody Clark’s portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. But you’re not here for Her Highness – you’re here for the dragon… 

Perth Mint’s fresh 2022 take on the Chinese dragon shows us a powerful sky dragon, his mouth agape, poised to consume a flaming sphere in the lower-right corner of the coin. The Perth Mint’s iconic “P” mintmark appears unobtrusively in the upper left. This Sean Rogers-designed scene captures the essence of the medieval Chinese belief that solar eclipses were caused by hungry dragons who temporarily swallowed the sun. Down on the ground, crowds gathered to set off fireworks and play music, raising a cacophony to frighten the dragon away and rescuing the sun from digestion. 

Despite their occasional hangry episodes, dragons are potent symbols in China. Dragons represent good luck, success, great strength and determination. Eastern dragons aren’t cave-dwelling carnivores like the dragons of Western myth. Rather, they represent primal elemental forces like storms and tidal waves that could sometimes be propitiated through worship. 

Due to its changing design, unusual shape and compelling imagery, Perth Mint’s Australian rectangular dragon coins have been a huge hit with collectors worldwide. We don’t expect our supply of 1 oz silver dragon coins to last long, so better buy yours right now!

2022 Australian 1 oz rectangular silver dragon coin highlights:

  • Fifth year of issue of the Australian rectangular silver dragon coins series
  • Mintage limited to just 250,000 coins worldwide (regularly sells out at Perth Mint)
  • Minted in 1 troy oz of 0.9999 pure silver, in brilliant uncirculated fresh-from-the-mint condition
  • Official legal tender of Australia with face value of $1
  • Individual coin bars are shipped to you in protective flip cases; orders of 20+ coins will ship in tubes of 20 coins each

What’s the deal with coin bars?

Although bar-shaped coins are extremely unusual, they’re not completely unheard of (we recently had a Tokelau silver coin bar in stock). Bar-shaped coins were actually used in ancient China during the Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese coinage includes some even more unusual shapes, including both “spade money” and “knife money.” Maybe Perth Mint will bring back some of those designs, too…?

Product specifications
Metal Silver
Purity 0.9999
Series Perth Mint Dragon Rectangular Coins
Product Type Collectible Coin
Year Minted 2022
Mint Perth Mint
Country Australia
Mint type Government
Grade BU
Weight 1 oz
Thickness 3.6 mm
Certificate of Authenticity false
IRA Eligibility Yes
Dimensions 48 x 28 mm
Face Value/Denomination $1
Obverse Design Jody Clark
Reverse Design Sean Rogers
Edge Design Smooth






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