A stunning silver charm to protect you from harm!
Chitown Coins presents the 2021 Palau 1 oz Silver Charm – Lucky Horseshoe Shaped Silver Coin. This curved coin weighs1 troy ounce and contains .999 fine silver, making it a worthwhile addition to your precious metals portfolio. Each horseshoe coin features a gorgeous antiqued finish, added using Smartminting® Ultra High Relief Technology. As part of the CIT Silver Charms Collections, this 2021 Lucky Horseshoe may fortify your good fortune. Therefore, interested investors may want to purchase one soon. Hurry though, only 2,500 total of this Palau Silver Horseshoe Coin were produced, so don’t miss your chance to buy one today!
The legend of the lucky horseshoe dates back to ancient Irish folklore but has recently been attributed to Western Cowboy culture. However, the horseshoe’s influence as a symbol of good fortune actually permeates cultures and countries all over the world. It is even featured in an old Turkish proverb: “A nail can save a horseshoe, a horseshoe a horse, a horse can save a horse rider, and a horse rider can save a country.” Add this serendipitous silver luck token to your expanding coin collection.
The obverse showcases a desert landscape with cacti and shrubbery, and mountains. The Palau Coat of Arms is stamped in the top center of the horseshoe.
The reverse also shows a desert landscape, this time with a horse and rider on the bottom right. The phrase “Good Luck!” is engraved directly above the year of mintage.
- Limited Mintage of 2,500 Coins
- Made from .999 fine silver with a weight of 1 troy oz
- Antique Finish
- Use of Smartminting© Technology
- Issued by the Island Country of Palau
- Manufactured by the Coin Invest Trust (CIT)
- $5 Face Value
- Arrives safely packaged inside a special thematic outer box along with a COA
- Obverse: Features a desert landscape and the Palau Coat of Arms. Inscriptions: “RAINBOW’S END”, “REPUBLIC OF PALAU”, and “5$”
- Reverse: Displays a desert landscape containing a horse and rider. Inscriptions: “GOOD LUCK!” and “2021”.