Two Dollars 1991 (Silver proof), Coin from Bahamas - detailed information

Two Dollars 1991 (Silver proof), Coin from Bahamas
CoinTwo Dollars 1991 (Silver proof)

MintRoyal Mint Mint MarkNo mint mark Total Mintage600
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Obverse

At centre, Coat of Arms of The Bahamas: a shield, depicting the Santa Maria ship of Christopher Columbus below a rising sun, supported by a marlin and a flamingo; the shield in surmounted by a helmet with a conch shell and leaves; below on ribbon, FORWARD UPWARD ONWARD TOGETHER; around, COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS; below, the date 1991.

Obverse Inscription COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 1991
Reverse

Two flamingos (national bird of the Bahamas) facing each other, sunrise or sunset in the sea in the background, wreath of flowers surrounding the bottom half.

Around above, denomination TWO DOLLARS.

Reverse Inscription TWO DOLLARS
EdgeMilledEdge InscriptionNone
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Two Dollars 1991 (Silver proof): Details
CountryBahamas
CurrencyBahamian Dollar
Coin TypeTwo Dollars (Pelicans)
Issued1991
MonarchQueen Elizabeth II
Face Value2 (x Dollar)
Mintage600
CurrentYes
Material0.925 Silver
TechnologyMilled (machine-made)
ShapeRound
Size (mm)40
Mass (g)29.8000
OCC IDDBYN-KODD-CDMD-OPQM
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Two Dollars 1991 (Silver proof): Catalogue Reference IDs
SourceReference ID
Krause, Standard Catalog of World CoinsBahamas KM# 66c