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Discover the biggest one gram pure gold coin bars of the world with a 3D volume effect that makes them appear six times bigger than normal. For the first time the iconic bullion motif of the Springbok and Africa's most famous landmarks in the background are featured with this fascinating new technique. Strictly limited to only 2,017 sets worldwide. Each coin is $5 Fiji Legal Tender and weighs one gram of .999 fine gold. All coin bars feature the beauty of Africa’s most famous landmarks and come attractively displayed in a dark brown high-gloss box which also resembles the shape of the coin bars.

1. Victoria Falls Located at the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe, Victoria Falls is considered the largest waterfall in the world based on its combined width of 1,708 meters (5,604 ft) and height of 108 meters (354 ft), resulting in the world's largest sheet of falling water. Victoria Falls is roughly twice the height of North America's Niagara Falls and well over twice the width of its Horseshoe Falls. 

2. African Savannah Nearly half of Africa is considered Savannah, and it is in these warm grasslands that big cats, elephants, zebras, wildebeests, springboks and many other iconic African species live.

3. Kilimanjaro Mount Kilimanjaro is a dormant volcano in Tanzania and the highest mountain in Africa. It rises about 16,000 feet (4900 meters) from its base and more than 19,000 feet (5900 meters) above sea level. The mountain is encompassed by the Kilimanjaro Park which covers about 650 square miles (1700 square kilometers). This park is home to many protected animals including elephants, leopards and monkeys. d is a major climbing destination.

4. Cape Town - South Africa The South African city of Cape Town was first established in 1652 by the Dutch East India Company and remains the legislative capital and second largest city in South Africa.

5. South African Rock painting Rock paintings found in caves in South Africa date back about 30,000 years and tell us about some of our early ancestors. Images include people, animals and spiritual symbols.

Dimensions are 34.6 mm x 23 mm, 5.0 mm height.

Specifications
5459
ZA
Brilliant uncirculated
999
ZA
Various features of Africa.
Fiji coat of arms and $5 denominational value.
FJD 25 (5x5)
2017
0.1608
Yes
2017

SKU

5459

Country

ZA

Condition

Brilliant uncirculated

Purity

999

Origin

ZA

Obverse

Various features of Africa.

Reverse

Fiji coat of arms and $5 denominational value.

Legal Tender

FJD 25 (5x5)

Year

2017

Metal Weight (ozt)

0.1608

Certificate

Yes

Mintage

2017
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