Silver Somalian Elephant coins were first released in 1998, but the African Elephant coin was only released in 2004 as part of the African Wildlife collection. Since its introduction in 2004, the Somalian Elephant Silver Coin has become a global hit.
This 1 oz Somalian Elephant Silver Coin is one of the world’s most common silver coins featuring native species from a specific area. Silver coins such as the 2011 Somalia 1 oz Elephant can be a great choice for investors looking to diversify their precious metal portfolio. The coin’s value and appeal are enhanced by its small mintage.
Design of 2011 1 oz Somalian Elephant Silver Coin(BU)
The obverse side of this 1 oz silver coin features the Somalian coat of arms. A shield is in the middle of the seal, with a single star placed in front of horizontal lines. Two jaguars hold the sides of the shield. The text “Somali Republic” and the face value of the coin are engraved on the coin.
The reverse side of the 2011 Somalia 1 oz Elephant Silver Coin features the image of a female elephant and her calf. A mother elephant guiding her young calf across the open savannas of Africa can be seen on the reverse side of the coin. Tall grasses and the sun above the elephant are also inscribed on the reverse side of this 1 oz silver coin in an artistic way.
Main Highlights of 2011 Somalia 1 oz Silver Elephant Coin
Contains 1 troy oz of .999 fine Silver.
Produced by the Bavarian Mint.
Each Silver Coin comes in protective packaging.
Features the depiction of the Somalian coat of arms on the obverse.
Features the depiction of a mother elephant guiding her calf on the open savannas of Africa on the reverse.
Product Specifications: 1 oz Silver Coin- Somalia Elephant
|Weight||1 troy oz|