Zhao Yun 2021 5oz Silver Antiqued Coin

  • Zhao Yun 2021 5oz Silver Antiqued Coin
  • Zhao Yun 2021 5oz Silver Antiqued Coin
  • Zhao Yun 2021 5oz Silver Antiqued Coin
  • Zhao Yun 2021 5oz Silver Antiqued Coin

With an antique finish and flourishes of colour, this magnificent low mintage 5oz silver coin pays tribute to legendary Chinese military commander Zhao Yun.

Key Features:

  • 99.99% pure silver
  • Coloured antiqued design
  • Follow up to ‘Guan Yu’ coin
  • Limited mintage – 388
  • Commissioned product struck by The Perth Mint

Please note this product has a initial purchase limit of 2 per household. 

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Zhao Yun 2021 5oz Silver Antiqued Coin 21J23AAA AUS $ 598.18
US$ 439.58

Product Information


A military commander during one of the most turbulent and bloody periods in China’s history, Zhao Yun was a model warrior possessing expert combat skills, supreme courage and unwavering loyalty.

Dramatic Design

The coin portrays the legendary general at the Battle of Changban in 208, where he risked all to rescue his master’s baby son. Within the design, Zhao Yun’s ornate spear is coloured blue and gold. The inscription 赵云, the Chinese characters for Zhao Yun, also appear in the artistry which features a unique ‘antiqued’ surface finish.

Antiqued Finish

This coin has been individually ‘antiqued’ by hand to give a unique finish conveying the surface abrasions of an ancient artefact. As a result of this treatment, the appearance of each coin may vary.

Presentation Packaging

Accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity, the coin is housed in a classic black display case within an illustrated shipper.

Technical Specifications

Year Date 2021
Silver Content (Troy oz) 5
Monetary Denomination (TVD) 5.00
Fineness (% purity) 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g) 155.533
Maximum Diameter (mm) 55.90
Maximum Thickness (mm) 7.50
Maximum Mintage 388
Legal Tender Tuvalu Legal Tender
Effigy Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II
Designer Natasha Muhl

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