A GREAT CANADIAN COIN GIFT! Mark a special moment in 2023 with this fine silver Year of the Rabbit coin. Coin #2 in our fine silver. The Rabbit is a cherished symbol of longevity, abundance and prosperity, and in Chinese folklore, it is the trusted companion of Chang'e, the goddess of the moon.People born in the Year of the Rabbit are kind, creative, sociable and peaceful; yet, behind that gentle smile lies great strength and a readiness to take swift action. The Rabbit is known for its attention to detail, and in a year associated with the Water element, it has the added ability to adapt to different situations in order to obtain the best possible outcome. Intelligent, friendly and kind-hearted-celebrate the Rabbit(s) in your life with this 1 oz. Pure silver Year of the Rabbit coin. Lunar Year of the Rabbit. Second coin in lunar series. Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit (2023) with the second coin in a 12-year.
Series that began with the Year of the Tiger (2022). This charming keepsake is a great addition to your collection and the perfect way to honour a friend or loved one born in the Year of the Rabbit: 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011 and 2023. An ideal piece to mark a major milestone this year, whether it's a graduation, wedding, or the arrival of a new family member born between January 22, 2023 and February 9, 2024. Part of a continuing minting tradition, your limited-edition coin has a special mintage of 18,888 to attract prosperity in the Year of the Rabbit (2023). The Royal Canadian Mint certifies all of its collector coins.
Coin is encapsulated and presented in a black clamshell case. According to the Chinese zodiac, you're a Rabbit if you were born in 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011 and 2023. The legend of the Jade (Moon) Rabbit.
If you look up at the full moon, some of the shadows on the surface seem to form the outline of a rabbit with a mortar and pestle. There are a few different versions of the legend of the Jade or Moon Rabbit (also known as the Gold Rabbit), but according to one story, the rabbit was rewarded with immortality after it selflessly offered itself as food.The Jade Rabbit is said to live in Moon Palace with Chang'e, the goddess of the moon, whose origin story is associated with the annual Mid-Autumn Festival. The Jade Rabbit is often portrayed pounding the elixir of life while standing under a cinnamon (cassia) tree, which is thought to symbolize abundance and perpetual growth. Inspired by the legend of the Jade (Moon) Rabbit, the reverse design by Canadian artist Lily Kao celebrates the Year of the Rabbit with a folk art-styled depiction of the Goddess of the Moon's furry companion. The gentle and good-natured Rabbit? Is seen leaping over a new crescent moon that symbolizes new beginnings. The reverse also includes the word "CANADA", the year "2023" and a face value of "15 DOLLARS". The obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt with a repeating scallop pattern. The enchanting legend of the Jade Rabbit?? Here, the Rabbit is portrayed in a dynamic position, leaping over a moon crescent that symbolizes new beginnings and a new cycle. More than just cute and fluffy, the Jade Rabbit is a symbol of selflessness and devotion. Items shown in pictures are similar to the actual items for sale. Stock Photo - You may get identical items than the actual items shown.
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