The design of this round serves as a tribute to the culture and heritage of New Zealand. Gracing the front of the round is a leaf from the nation’s most prolific plants, the fern. From the details of its pinnules to the graduated shape of its blades, viewers are certain to appreciate the intricate rendering of this iconic piece of foliage. Serving as an arched heading above and beneath the fern are the nation’s name and plant’s title, respectively. Also bordering the leaf are a series of Maori-inspired flourishes.
The reverse side of the round depicts New Zealand itself with an aerial view of the nation. It also features the four stars of the Southern Cross, a constellation that can be easily viewed from this part of the world. Engraved at the top of the coin is the Maori word “Aotearoa,” which means “land of the long white clouds.” This was how the indigenous natives often referred to their homeland. Lastly, inscribed at the bottom of the reverse side of the round are its weight and purity.
Ordering in lots of 20 ensures that your Silver Ferns come in a sealed tube.
|Precious Metal Content||(Troy oz)||1.000|
Silver Fern’s have a “brushed” look to them straight from the mint.
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