The Quadrant Tiger set consists of four coins that each comprise one quarter of a circle. When arranged together the coins form a circle with a square in the centre reminiscent of the first currency of the Chinese empire.
These ‘ban liang’ coins were first cast during the Qin Dynasty around 200BCE. The four contemporary releases portray a unified composition comprising four tigers by a waterfall with select coloured elements.
The top coin’s reverse portrays a tiger balanced on the limb of a tree. The right-sided coin’s reverse depicts a roaring tiger prowling on a riverbank. On the left-sided coin, the reverse design features a tiger with a waterfall in the background. The bottom coin’s reverse portrays a tiger lying majestically on rocks.
The coin set is housed in a classic display case with a clear lid decorated with a silver geometric design. The case is packaged in a beautifully illustrated shipper and is accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
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