Year of the Pig 2019 UK 10-Ounce Gold BU Coin | The Royal Mint


Lunar Year of the Pig 2019 UK Tenth-Ounce Gold Brilliant Uncirculated Coin

Limited Edition 1,088

  • A viable addition to any coin collection and The Shēngxiào Collection
  • Celebrate the twelfth year of the Chinese lunar calendar before it starts anew in 2020
  • Previous coin ranges in The Shēngxiào Collection, celebrating the Year of the Rooster and the Year of the Dog, were in high demand and sold out
  • A perfect wedding gift to wish a new couple a life filled with happiness
Price: £220.00
  • No Longer Available
  • Product code: UKP19GT

The Lunar Year of the Pig – A Life Filled with Happiness 

Were you born in the Year of the Pig?

1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019

People born in the Year of the Pig are gentle, selfless and loyal. They are known to be diligent, compassionate and generous.

The Shēngxiào Collection celebrates the Chinese lunar calendar. Traditionally, at Chinese New Year, people share gifts that symbolise love, luck and good fortune with family, friends and colleagues. The lunar calendar helps people set out important dates to celebrate significant life events.

Since 2014 we have marked the Chinese zodiac by releasing new additions to The Shēngxiào Collection. Each animal in the zodiac has been marked by the release of a coin, which represents the personality traits of people born in that particular year. 2019 sees the Year of the Pig join the collection, and it is marked with a coin designed by Harry Brockway, fusing British craftsmanship with ancient Chinese traditions. The design portrays the loyalty, compassion and diligence of people born in the Year of the Pig.

Lunar Year of the Pig 2019 UK Tenth-Ounce Gold Brilliant Uncirculated Coin

Denomination £10
Maximum Coin Mintage 1088
Alloy 999.9 fine gold
Weight 3.13g
Diameter 16.50mm
Reverse Designer Harry Brockway
Obverse Designer Jody Clark
Quality Brilliant Uncirculated
Year 2019
Pure Metal Type Gold

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