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2021 Niue 1 oz Silver $2 Athenian Owl Stackable Coin - Gem BU
2021 Niue 1 oz Silver $2 Athenian Owl Stackable Coin - Gem BU 2021 Niue 1 oz Silver $2 Athenian Owl Stackable Coin - Gem BU
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2021 Niue 1 oz Silver $2 Athenian Owl Stackable Coin - Gem BU

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2021 Niue 1 oz Silver $2 Athenian Owl Stackable Coin - Gem Uncirculated

COIN HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
  • This coin offers a unique feature that allows coins to stack and interlock with each other.
  • The obverse features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II along with the inscriptions "Elizabeth II," "Niue," "Two Dollars" and the coin's date, "2021."
  • The reverse features the majestic owl standing on a tree branch with a hammered background and crescent moon and olive branch of peace. The eyes are in a mirror finish representing the nocturnal binocular vision and wisdom of the owl. 
  • Guaranteed by the New Zealand Mint.


This coin features a stunning Athenian Owl, celebrating the beauty of nature and the historic Athenian Owl Tetradrachm coin. The coin combines the appeal of 1 oz of Silver with a stackable rim so coins can be easily stacked.

Over 2,000 years ago the Athenian Owl Tetradrachm was the most influential coin in the world, the owl symbolizing strength, wisdom, and insight. In modern times "AOE" has become to stand for: Alethia Orno Eternia translating to Truth, Honor and Forever.

In ancient Greek mythology, the goddess Athena kept an owl on her shoulder that revealed truths to her and represented wisdom and knowledge. In some versions of the mythology, the owl was said to illuminate Athena's "blind side," allowing her to see the entire truth. Owls were widely associated with Athena's blessing, and Green soldiers viewed the sight of owls before a battle as a symbol that the goddess was on their side.

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