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In 2020 we celebrate the Year of the Rat, the first sign of the twelve-year Chinese Lunar Cycle. These special $1 coins celebrate both the Year of the Rat and the start of a new lunar calendar cycle. They are an ideally auspicious gift to celebrate Chinese New Year.
Chinese New year is an internationally recognised celebration that includes a tradition of exchanging coins as gifts for good fortune. These 2020 $1 coins are ideal gifts to acknowledge the year of the Rat, which is the first sign of the twelve-year lunar cycle.
People born under the sign of the Rat are said to be clever and cautious, adaptable and outgoing. 2020 falls under the sign of the metal Rat – people born under this sign are talented, self-aware and very persuasive. The sign of the Rat is associated with the attributes of sensitivity and self-awareness.
This two-coin set features both the clever Rat and the lunar calendar wheel, to celebrate both the Year of the Rat and the start of a new twelve-year lunar calendar cycle.
• Two uncirculated coins in set
• Reverse design of one coin features the lunar calendar wheel depicting all 12 lunar animals and the symbol for Fu (happiness). The other depicts a clever rat surrounded by lucky lychee
• Coin’s obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II designed by Jody Clark
• Packaged in an auspicious red and gold card
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