New Zealand Mint is proud to announce the coin issue celebrating the Great Motorcycles of the 1930's.
The Great Motorcycles of the 30's Coin Collection is the world's first motorcycle pure silver coin collection.
Consisting of four .999 pure silver coins, each coins depicts a famous motorcycle from the 1903's in full colour. 1930's was a booming period for motorcycle manufacturing and IZH, Matchless, BSA and Brough Superior were among the most important manufacturers during the time.
The set is accompanied by a certificate which certifies that the 1oz silver coin set has been minted by New Zealand Mint by the authority of the government of the Cook Islands. These coins, which have been minted from .999 fine silver, and are part of the Cook Islands Great Motorcycles of the 30's collection are legal tender in that country.
The obverse design of each coin, features the Raphale Maklouf effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
This proof-like quality silver coin set is limited to 6,000 pieces worldwide.
Each vintage Motorbike is displayed in fine enamel detail.
Weight - 1 Troy Ounce (31.10 grams)
Metal Content - .999 Fine Silver
Quality - Proof-Like
Diameter - 40.7mm
Denomination - $2
Country of Issue - Cook Islands
Year of Issue - 2007
Mintage - 6,000
All coins are encapsulated, presented in a special ' Motorcycle Wheel ' display case with the original New Zealand Mint box and certificates.