The gold proof New Zealand $10 coin was housed in a luxury red presentation case and came with a numbered certificate of authenticity attesting to the strict issue limit of just 1,000 pieces worldwide.
- Official merchandise of the British & Irish Lions
- Struck in 22-carat gold
- Presented in a red velour case with a numbered certificate of authenticity
- Low worldwide mintage limit of 1,000.
This dynamic design by Mike Guilfoyle featured a rugby player, ball tucked under arm, in full flight. The design also incorporated the islands of New Zealand and was completed with the crest of the British & Irish Lions. All of this was encompassed within the shape of a rugby ball.
Struck in rich 22 carat gold, to matchless proof finish, the coin was housed in an attractive red velour presentation case and came complete with an individually-numbered certificate of authenticity confirming its strict issue limit of just 1,000. The presentation case also included the British & Irish Lions logo embossed in gold.
|Denomination:||Ten New Zealand dollars|
|Composition:||22-carat gold (916.7 Au)|
|Obverse design:||Portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Ian Rank-Broadley, United Kingdom|
|Reverse design:||Rugby player, a contour of New Zealand, the official Lion's Coat of Arms all encompassed within the shape of a rugby ball|
|Designed by:||Mike Guilfoyle, Royal British Mint|
|Mint:||Royal British Mint|