The Bank of Taiwan will begin selling 2020 Year of the Mouse 1oz Silver Antiqued Coin from 5 March, 2020 via its website, its Department of Business, its branches (not including mini-branches), and the Bank of Taiwan Museum. The retail price is NT$3,360/piece (The Bank will not repurchase these products from the buyer.)
The Year of the Mouse Rotating Charm 2020 Silver Antiqued Coin is struck by the Perth Mint in Australia. Each coin weighs 1 oz. and contains 99.99% pure silver. The themed image on the reverse portrays five mice atop a bountiful harvest. They surround the central embedded 18-carat gold plated rotating charm, which is in the shape of the mouse, the first animal in the ancient Chinese lunar calendar. These smart and resourceful mice symbolize bringing good luck for the Year of the Mouse, and helping to 'turn in' a prosperous, bountiful and happy year. The obverse of the coin bears an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, the 2020 year-date, the monetary denomination "1 DOLLAR", and the country name "TUVALU". No more than 3,000 coins will be minted worldwide.
The coin conveys the meaning of success and auspiciousness in the Year of the Mouse. An innovative sculpted finish and unique design make this an exquisite antiqued coin. Each coin is accompanied by a display case and Certificate of Authenticity, making it perfect for personal collecting or giving to friends and family!
Contact: Wang Wei-Hsin, SVP and General Manager, Department of Precious Metals
Tel: (02) 2349-4760
Business line:(02) 2349-4506