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2022 1 oz Tokelau Goddess Europa Silver Coin (BU)


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If you missed the previous year’s minting of the Europa coin from Tokelau, 2022 gives you another chance to add this silver coin to your collection. You may already know that Greek mythology-based coins tend to be very popular among collectors around the world. 

Last year’s Europa silver coin has come and gone. But it’s not too late to get your 2022 1 oz Tokelau goddess Europa silver coin to add to (or start!) your own mythological-themed coin collection…

A closer look at the 2022 1 oz Tokelau Goddess Europa silver coin

On the coin’s reverse, you’ll see a not-unhappy Europa astride the white bull, peeking over her shoulder, toward the sunset on the horizon. She’s probably wondering if her brothers are coming to rescue her. Zeus as the white bull has his eyes set firmly forward, a single hoof upraised as if contemplating a charge. Oddly he’s standing on what’s clearly the ocean, though it’s a calm day and there are no waves to speak of. Apparently the king of the Greek gods had an agreement with his brother Poseidon that allowed him to walk rather than swim? The reverse includes the legend GODDESS EUROPA (which she isn’t yet, though she will be a little later in the story!), the weight and purity of silver, 0.9999 fine.

The obverse features Ian Rank-Broadley’s 1998 portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the same one used from 1998-2015, when it was replaced with Jamie Clark’s “fifth portrait” showing a more mature Queen.

Last year’s run of Goddess Europa silver coins didn’t last long, so be sure to get yours while we have them!

2022 1 oz Tokelau Goddess Europa silver coin highlights:

  • 2022 mintage limited to 100,000 coins
  • Contains 1 troy oz of 0.9999 pure silver in brand-new, brilliant uncirculated condition
  • Legal currency of New Zealand, with NZD$5 face value
  • Obverse image shows the goddess Europa riding a bull, which is meant to be Zeus in disguise.
  • Reverse image features Elizabeth II.
  • Individual coins secured in a plastic flip case before shipping - orders of 20+ coins wrapped in protective acrylic tubes before shipping

The story of Europa and the bull

This is one of Zeus’s not-so-nice abduction tales… See, Europa was an incredibly beautiful woman who lived on a farm. Zeus fell in love with her and decided to get close to her by pretending to be a pure white bull, concealed in her father’s cattle herd. When Europa was feeding the cows, she noticed the stranger and became fascinated by it. She approached the bull, petted its muzzle, scratched behind its ears… The bull acted so tame Europa plucked up her courage and climbed up on its back. Immediately, Zeus ran away with his crush, jumping into the Mediterranean and swimming all the way to the island of Crete, Europa no doubt screaming her head off the whole time. Once they reached dry land, Zeus transformed back into a human shape and revealed his identity. He then made Europa the first Queen of Crete. 

To remind the world of this story of (kidnapping? lust?) his exploits, he created the constellation Taurus, the White Bull, in the nighttime sky. 

According to all accounts, Europa was happy to be the queen of Crete but she never milked a cow again.

Who mints Tokelau’s coinage?

This nation simply doesn’t have the infrastructure to produce its own coinage. Instead, Tokelau grants legal authority to the UK’s Pobjoy Mint or Bulgaria’s Bulmint to manufacture its wide range of collectible coins. Tokelau silver coin series include the Creatures of Myth and Legend, the Zodiac, Messages of Love, Lady of Fortune, World's Most Romantic Cities and most famously its Chinese Lunar new year coins which launched in 2012.

About Bulmint

Bulmint was incorporated in 2005 in Branipole, Bulgaria as a daughter company of the largest lead and zinc producer in South-Eastern Europe, KCM 2000. (Interestingly, KCM 2000 is also the largest company in the nation of Bulgaria!)

In 2009 Bulmint became an independent company focused on refining, processing and minting precious metals. They are ISO 9001 certified. Currently Bulmint subcontracts for the Austrian Mint, Italpreziosi, Argor-Heraeus, the Mint of Poland, the Croatian Monetary Institute and the Bulgarian Mint as well as Tokelau. They’re a major supplier of coin and medal casting molds for a number of respected mints throughout Europe. Bulmint produces minted gold bullion bars under its own name which are sold worldwide.

About Tokelau

The nation of Tokelau (known before 1976 as the Union Islands) is a territory of New Zealand in the southern Pacific Ocean. It’s near American Samoa (in fact, if you look at the globe image here, American Samoa would be covered up by the right-hand side of the red circle). The nation consists of three coral atolls, Atafu, Nukunonu and Fakaofo – for a total landmass of 4 square miles. The capital of the nation alternates yearly, with each of the three atolls taking a turn. 

Here are a few more notable things about the island nation of Tokelau:

  • Its population of 1,500 citizens is the fourth-smallest of any sovereign nation in the world
  • The vast majority (94%) of citizens speak Tokelauan as their first language
  • The nation has the smallest economy of any sovereign nation
  • Tokelau is a world leader in renewable energy, the first 100% solar-powered nation in the world (Iceland is the only other 100%-renewably-powered nation)
  • Tokelau increased its GDP by more than 10% when it began sales of its top-level Internet domain name, .tk
Product specifications
Metal Silver
Purity 0.9999
Product Type Fixed Mintage
Year Minted 2022
Country Tokelau
Mint type Government
Grade BU
Weight 1 oz
Certificate of Authenticity false
IRA Eligibility Yes
Dimensions 39 mm
Face Value/Denomination $5
Obverse Design Ian Rank-Broadley
Edge Design Reeded






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