Obverse © Royal Australian Mint
Elizabeth II (1952-date)
10.00 AUD = 7.75 USD
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Year of the Ox
Series: Lunar series II
4th portrait of Queen Elizabeth II facing right wearing the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara.
Head of an Ox in an inner circle with authentic Chinese Characters all in a symmetrical design
Translation: 牛 = Ox
In 2007 the RAM launched an on-going series of Fine Gold (.999) NCLT Proof ten dollar coins depicting each Lunar year and their representative animals. The series ran until 2018. The "Year of the Ox" was the third coin in the series and was issued in a capsule in a wooden box.
Aluminium-bronze & Fine Silver (.999) $1 versions of the coin were also issued.
The Chinese Zodiac is based on a twelve year cycle, each year being represented by an animal. People born in the "Year of the Ox" inspire confidence in those around them and are natural mentors. However they can be stubborn, hot-tempered and determined to have their own way.
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