Recognised around the world as a symbol of Aotearoa New Zealand, the iconic silver fern is a legacy carried forward and protected by each athlete who wears it.
- 0.999 silver specimen coin
- Low worldwide mintage of 2,019
- Features the iconic All Blacks logo and unique Māori art
- Designed by renowned New Zealand artist Dave Burke.
The design of the 2019 All Blacks coin is about legacy. The kaitiaki, or guardians, that sit either side of the All Blacks logo represent the protection of the legacy of the All Blacks team.
The one on the left symbolises the past and the one on the right is about paving the way ahead, setting a standard to be aimed for and upholding the proud history and record and legacy that is the All Blacks. The All Blacks logo in the middle represents the current team. The overall design represents past, present and future.
The koru shapes around the edge symbolise growth, reaching upward toward the light, strength, perpetual motion, new beginnings, returning to a point of origin, and is a symbol of the unfurling fern frond. When fully-grown it becomes the silver fern.
|Denomination:||One New Zealand dollar|
|Finish:||Specimen with selective colour|
|Obverse design:||Portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Ian Rank-Broadley, United Kingdom|
|Reverse design:||All Blacks Logo, kaitiaki with koru design|
|Designed by:||Dave Burke Design, Tauranga, New Zealand|
|Worldwide mintage limit:||2,019|
|Mint:||B.H. Mayer’s Kunstprägeanstalt GmbH|