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2021 Republic of Ghana 1 oz Gold African Leopard 20 Cedis

2021 Republic of Ghana 1 oz Gold African Leopard  20 Cedis 2021 Republic of Ghana 1 oz Gold African Leopard  20 Cedis 2021 Republic of Ghana 1 oz Gold African Leopard  20 Cedis
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2021 Republic of Ghana 1 oz Gold African Leopard  20 Cedis

Mintage: 100

Fourth release features the beautiful African Leopard in a close-up view articulating the finite details that define this creatures powerful yet furtive nature. The one-of-a-kind obverse features an extraordinarily textured surface mimicking the beautiful spots or "rosettes" of the African Leopard.

Coin Highlights:

Limited mintage of 100 coins.
Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Gold.
Each coin comes in a protective plastic capsule. Multiples of 5 typically come in a sealed sheet. Multiples of 125 come in a larger box.
Obverse: Design is complemented by the leopard skin pattern found on the obverse of the coin embedded behind the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II with the Ghana denomination of 5 Cedi.
Reverse: Features an African Leopard close-up facial profile surveying the horizon for its next meal, surrounded by a tribal swirl print.
This coin is manufactured and distributed by Scottsdale Mint and is legal tender in the Republic of Ghana.

The leopard is a graceful animal with an elongated body, relatively short legs and a long tail. After the lion, it is the next-biggest African cat with an average body mass of between 60 kg and 70 kg, standing about two-thirds of a meter tall at the shoulder. Leopards in the wild may live up to 15 years. Unlike the lion, the leopard is a silent creature, only occasionally emitting a cough-like call.

The leopard's hunting technique is to either ambush its prey or to stalk it. In either instance, it tries to get as close as possible to its target. It then makes a brief and explosive charge (up to 60 km/h), pouncing on its prey and dispatching it with a bite to the neck. Leopards do not have the aptitude to chase their quarry over any kind of distance and will give up if the initial element of surprise is lost and the intended victim gets away.

Leopards tend to have distinctive dark spots called rosettes, which create beautiful patterns against their otherwise light fur. Throughout history, leopards have been depicted in artwork, mythology and folklore in numerous countries. They are also now commonly used as an emblem in sports in much of Africa.

 

 

 

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Motive: African Leopard

Silvercoin: African Leopard

Country of origin: Ghana

Nominal value: 20 Cedis

Mint: Scottsdale

Weight: 31,1 g

Fineness: Au 999 %

Diameter: 38,6 mm

Edition: 100

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