Singapore Mint reveals new 'Giant Panda' and 'Lunar Horse' coins

Singapore Mint reveals new 'Giant Panda' and 'Lunar Horse' coins

SINGAPORE - The Singapore Mint launched two unique collections, namely the "Giant Pandas 1oz 999 Fine Silver Proof Minted Stamp Ingot with Colour" and the "2014 Macau Lunar Horse Coins", bringing animals to 'life' through their expertise in precision and colour minting techniques.

In a press release to the media, the Singapore Mint revealed that the Giant Pandas Silver Minted Stamp collection is released to commemorate the first anniversary stay of the adorable giant pandas, Kai Kai and Jia Jia, in Singapore. On the other hand, the 2014 Macau Lunar Horse Coins are launched to celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Horse.

The Giant Pandas Silver Minted Stamp collection is released to commemorate the first anniversary stay of the adorable giant pandas, Kai Kai and Jia Jia, in Singapore. As they make Singapore their new home, the giant pandas have endeared themselves to visitors and continue to receive overwhelming response. The new Giant Pandas Silver Minted Stamp collection is a replica of the $2 stamp from the Singapore 'Giant Pandas' stamp issue in 2012.

Issued by the Monetary Authority of Macau, the 2014 Macau Lunar Horse Coins are launched to revel in the arrival of the Year of the Horse. The Macau Lunar Horse Coins are the seventh series in the Macau Lunar coin collection (2008 - 2019), exclusively minted and marketed by The Singapore Mint.

Orders can be placed until Sept 30, 2013, at The Singapore Mint's official website, retail outlets, and by phone enquiry ahead of the coins' release in Oct 2013.

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