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1 oz 2018 EC8 Anguilla Lobster Bullion Gold Coin
1 oz 2018 EC8 Anguilla Lobster Bullion Gold Coin

1 oz 2018 EC8 Anguilla Lobster Bullion Gold Coin

Mint: Scottsdale Mint
Monarch: Queen Elizabeth II
Denomination: 10 XCD
Design: Lobster
Country: Anguilla
Condition: Brand New
Packaging: Assay Card
Composition: Gold
Weight (grams): 31.1
Weight (troy/oz): 1
Purity (%): 99.99
Diameter (mm): 39
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Product Description:

Collect a piece of history from each of the beautiful Caribbean Islands.

The EC8 (Eastern Caribbean Bank) program will consist of four coins minted in 2018 on behalf of each of the eight Caribbean island members that comprise the ECCB - Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The ECCB is the official issuer of the Eastern Caribbean Dollar, the Currency of the EC8 2018 Coin Program.

*Scottsdale Mint (Arizona US).
*99.99% pure gold
*Limited mintage of 2,500 coins
*Presentation in protective plastic capsule inside unique Certi-Lock packaging for security and authentication
*Legal tender value of $2 XCD (East Caribbean Dollar)

The coins reverse depicts a stylised lobster design surrounded by a beautiful pattern of swirling ocean water, against a proof-like mirror finish. The obverse of the coin displays an image of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, along with the weight and purity below. Both the obverse and reverse rims feature wavy radial lines making the coins harder to duplicate and provide a measure of security.

The coins, manufactured and distributed by Scottsdale Mint are legal tender in the territories of the eight members that comprise the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank.