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Diversify your holdings with this 1 oz 2016 Pearl Harbour Gold coin at the lowest price from our online store!

The attack on Pearl Harbour was a preemptive strike on the United States by Imperial Japan. The strike subsequently increased America's resolve and launched the United States into World War II.

This 2016 1 oz 9999 pure gold bullion coin commemorates that day with an illustration of the attack as two kamikaze bombers fly over an American battleship on the still waters of the Hawaiian coast as its reverse. The depiction is complimented by the “75th Anniversary” reminder, and “Pearl Harbour” with the year 1941 in Roman Numerals.

The Obverse is stamped with Ian Rank-Broadley's effigy of Queen Elizabeth II the coins 100 denomination its 9999 pure fineness and 2016 date of issue.

This commemorative coin serves as a memorable gift, and a way to diversify your holdings.

Specificaties
5524
AU
Perth Mint
Briljant niet-gecirculeerd
9999
Ian Rank Broadley's effigy of Queen Elizabeth II
Two Japanese planes flying over american battleships framed within the coins title, and the roman numeral inscription commemorating the year of the attack.
30.61
3.128
TCD 100
2016
1.0000

SKU

5524

Land

AU

Fabrikant

Perth Mint

Conditie

Briljant niet-gecirculeerd

Zuiverheid

9999

Voorzijde

Ian Rank Broadley's effigy of Queen Elizabeth II

Achterzijde

Two Japanese planes flying over american battleships framed within the coins title, and the roman numeral inscription commemorating the year of the attack.

Diameter (mm)

30.61

Gemiddelde Dikte (mm)

3.128

Wettig Betaalmiddel

TCD 100

Jaar

2016

Metaal Gewicht (ozt)

1.0000
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