Chow Chow, 1 dollar, Series: Man’s Best Friends – Dogs.

gift coin Chow Chow Man’s Best Friends – Dogs
gift coin Chow Chow Series Man’s Best Friends – Dogs
Chow Chow Man’s Best Friends – Dogs
silver coin gift coin Chow Chow Man’s Best Friends – Dogs
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  • Issuer:
  • Denomination:
    1 New Zealand dollar
  • Metal:
    Ag 999
  • Quality:
  • Weight:
    17.50 g
  • Circulation:
    up to 1,500 pcs
  • Date of issue:
    March 2014

The Mint of Poland is jubilant to announce issuing the “Man’s Best Friends” series to affirm the unbreakable bond between humans and dogs.

This coin collection is dedicated to the most loved dog breeds around the world.

  • minted in .999 fine silver
  • embellished with multi-coloured printed decorations
  • its uniqueness is guaranteed by the limited mintage of 1,500 pieces
  • accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity issued by the Mint of Poland

Since time immemorial these four-legged friends have accompanied the man faithfully. Dogs’ nature has won the hearts of a wide range of pet lovers for whom this delightful coin collection has been manufactured.
The fifth coin in the series designed for Chow Chows’ enthusiasts will be the perfect gift for every occasion.

The country of origin of the Chow-chow is China. This lovely is indubitably loyal to its family and devoted to its home. Legend has it that during the creation of the world, when stars were choosing their places in the firmament, just one dog was allowed to lick a scrap of the sky. That dog was the Chow-chow, whose tongue from that day on has been of the blue colour. Thanks to that fascinating story Chow-chows are sometimes called the “dogs who licked the sky”.


In the central part of the coin – a profile portrait of  Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Below – inscriptions: Ag 999 (the hallmark), m/w (the mint mark). Along the rim – inscriptions: ELIZABETH II, NIUE ISLAND (the issuer), 1 DOLLAR (the face value) and the year of issue: 2014.


In the central part of the coin – a multi-coloured image of a Chow Chow. In the background – a relief scene of a Chow Chow in the bosom of mountain nature. Above – a horizontal inscription: CHOW CHOW (the name of the breed).