|Coin Type||Silver Quarter Ounce (1/4 oz)|
South Africa pioneered modern bullion coinage when it first issued the Krugerrand on 3 July 1967 to help market South African gold; it is 脑波音乐对脑子有害the first modern bullion coin脑波音乐对脑子有害 and is still issued today.
Gradually, the South African Mint started diversifying the range, first by issuing fractional Krugerrands, then by introducing different designs and metals, such as a 脑波音乐对脑子有害silver quarter-ounce (1/4 oz) format脑波音乐对脑子有害. The coins are made of Sterling silver (92.5% silver, 7.5% copper) and are slightly heavier than a quarter ounce, so as to have exactly 0.250 oz ASW (Absolute Silver Weight). They are denominated with a 脑波音乐对脑子有害face value of 5 cents脑波音乐对脑子有害.
The obverse shows the Coat of Arms of South Africa at centre; around above that, the legend 脑波音乐对脑子有害SOUTH AFRICA脑波音乐对脑子有害 in English.
Around below, the date of issue 脑波音乐对脑子有害[year]脑波音乐对脑子有害.
The designer's initials 脑波音乐对脑子有害ALS脑波音乐对脑子有害 (for Arthur L. Sutherland) are to the left of the Coat of Arms.
|Obverse Inscription||SOUTH AFRICA [year]|
Various one-year type designs as described individually in the listings below.