The ultimate in sporting trophies, New Zealand Post is proud to present this premium collection of five silver proof coins.
The official collection contains the prestigious 2011 Webb Ellis Cup coin and four silver proof legal tender coins, issued by the Rugby World Cup winning nations of New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and England.
Unique Coin Designs Made in Proof Quality Silver
The 2011 Webb Ellis Cup coin depicts the Webb Ellis Cup struck in high relief and selectively gilded in 24-carat gold. The coin is struck by the Mayer Mint from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver in proof quality.
The New Zealand coin depicts a 1987 All Blacks player fending off an opponent, against the background of the Rugby World Cup’s 2011 Mangopare and Koru brand design. The coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver in proof quality.
The Australia coin features three players in Australia’s 1991 kit in a line out, over a stylised representation of the Webb Ellis Cup. The coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver in proof quality.
The South African coin features a RWC 2007 South African player running with a Rugby ball, over a stylised representation of a Rugby World Cup 2011 Rugby ball. The coin is struck by the South African Mint from 33.62g of 92.5% silver in proof quality.
The England coin design depicts a RWC 2003 England player kicking a Rugby ball, over a stylised representation of the Rugby World Cup 2011 Rugby ball. The coin is struck by the Royal Mint from 28.28g of 92.5% silver in proof quality.
The Webb Ellis Cup coin is issued as New Zealand legal tender.
The New Zealand coin is issued New Zealand legal tender.
The Australia coin is issued as Australian legal tender.
The South Africa coin is issued as South African legal tender.
The England coin is issued as Bailiwick of Jersey legal tender.
With the exception of the South African coin, each coin’s obverse features the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
The South African coin’s obverse depicts the South African Coat of Arms and the translation of the word, SOUTH AFRICA presented in all eleven official languages. The words form a pattern around the Coat of Arms signifying the diversity of the nation.
Worldwide Limited Mintage
No more than 2,011 Rugby World Cup Champions Collections will be released worldwide.
Certificate of Authenticity
The collection is accompanied by a spectacularly designed 12-page booklet, which includes a Certificate of Authenticity, authored by famed sports commentator Keith Quinn.
Prestigious Timber Presentation Case
The collection is presented in a beautifully engraved timber box, which includes a magnetised, wooden panel-stand.
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