The Quadrant Mouse set consists of four coins each accounting for one quarter of a circle. When arranged together the coins form a shape reminiscent of the first currency of the Chinese empire. These ‘ban liang’ coins were first cast during the Qin Dynasty around 200BCE. The top coin’s reverse portrays a mouse climbing a branch with a plum tree bearing flowers in the background. Also included is a butterfly and falling petals.
- Proof quality 99.99% pure silver
- Four fan-shaped coins form a panoramic design
- Inspired by historical Chinese currency
- Limited mintage – 1,500
The reverse of the coin to the right depicts two mice at the foot of the branch among grass, pebbles and half a pomegranate. One mouse is in the midst of climbing the branch.
The reverse of the coin to the left features a mouse in front of a vine which bears a hanging bunch of grapes. Pumpkin leaves and vines are also incorporated with half a pumpkin visible in the foreground.
|Denomination||4 x 1 Dollars|
|Weight (g)||4 x 1 oz (4 x 31.1)
|Diameter||54.20 x 33.50 mm|
|Presentation case (box)||Yes|
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