|Country: Niue||Metal Purity: 925||Box: No|
|Year of Issue: 2013||Weight: 28.28 g||CoA: Yes|
|Face Value: 2 dollars||Dimensions: 41||Coin Accent: Coloring, Gilding, Glass and locket insert|
|ID: NU0328||Quality: Proof|
|Mintage quantity: 22222 pcs|
This exquisite series of Niue lucky coins bears the most popular symbols of luck to bring a little more fortune into your life. These $2 silver collectibles proved to be extremely remarkable for their transparent capsule inlay containing a moving piece of silver in the form of a charming tiny horseshoe, ladybird, four-leaf clover and an elephant.
Depicted on the obverse of the gold-plated coin, there are some flowers, the portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and a silver filigree insert in the shape of a ladybird . Along the rim of this lucky coin, one can see the legends indicating the name of the issuing country, the coin’s face value and the Queen’s name.
The reverse features the image of two colored ladybirds having always been considered a symbol of good luck and fortune. As far as love is concerned, this lovely creature has become the subject of many legends according to which the number of spots on its back indicates the number of months to pass before the wish for love comes true. The upper part contains an insert made up of a transparent capsule with a tiny silver talisman in a shape of a ladybird to be always with you and bring luck in your life. Below the image, there is the legend wishing good luck to the person owning this magical coin. Struck by the Mint of Poland, the Lucky Ladybird has got the mintage of up to 22,222 pieces worldwide.