Despite the approval of the 5 kg Cook Islands silver coin bars as coins in the South Pacific Cook Islands, it is a high-quality investment product "made in Germany". The 5 kg Cook Islands silver coin bars have been issued by the archipelago in the South Pacific since 2007, and since 2008 the production has been carried out in the traditional company Heimerle + Meule, which was founded in 1845 in Pforzheim. The coin dealer Jürgen Göbel from Kaiserslautern, the inventor of the coin bars, received the right to produce the new bullion coins at that time.
Specification of the 5 kg Cook Islands pure silver coin bars
The weight of the Cook Islands pure silver coin bars is 5 kg, the dimensions are 182 x 89 x 30 mm. The 5 kg Cook Islands silver coin bars have a face value of 150 CID and are considered official currency, therefore they are subject to differential taxation instead of 19% VAT according to §25a UStG.
The fineness of the coin bars from the mint Heimerle + Meule is indicated as 999, but in fact these are minted with a fineness of 999.7 / 1,000 from high-quality industrial fine silver. The manufacturer does not reduce the fineness to the usual 999 / 1,000, because so the 5 kg Cook Islands coin bars of pure silver can be used in the production of jewelry or high-tech equipment without any problems in the event of a possible repurchase.
Front side of the 5 kg Cook Islands pure silver coin bars
The uppermost information on the front of the 5 kg Cook Islands silver coin bars are the weight of 5,000 g and coin, followed by the indication fine silver and the fineness of 999. Above the center of the coin bar you can see the image of the value side of the Cook Islands coins with the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, according to the Cook Islands silver and gold coins is embossed next to the portrait Elizabeth II and above the royal countenance is the face value of the 5 kg Cook Islands silver coin bars of 150 Cook Islands dollars. Below the portrait, the year of mintage is indicated and to the right of the image of the British queen is Cook Islands.
Below the coin image following the center of the 5 kg Cook Islands silver coin bars you can see the Bounty, the three-master with which Captain W. Bligh landed on the archipelago in the South Pacific in 1789.
Below the Bounty is the logo of the mint and its name Heimerle + Meule. At the very bottom of the obverse of the 5 kg Cook Islands silver coin bars is stamped Gold and Silber Raffinery - established in 1845, Pforzheim.
Tips for buying and selling silver Cook Islands coin bars
In our store you can buy and sell 5 kg silver coin bars Heimerle + Meule cheap. We always attach importance to fair prices, which are based on the current silver rate. We are happy to be at your disposal for the sale and purchase of 5 kg silver coin bars Heimerle + Meule.
If you want to sell us your silver bars, simply place the corresponding items in the desired quantity via the sell button in the purchase basket and complete your sale. Afterwards you will receive a confirmation and all further information about shipping and payment.
The stated purchase price is only valid for as good as new items in tradable condition. Otherwise we will buy the items as old silver. This also applies to products that we do not have in our assortment. For more information: to the silver purchase.
Please note that we only buy silver coin bars in their original packaging.
|Heimerle & Meule
|Country of origin:
|as new or mint
|160.75 oz (5000 g)
|999,9 / 1.000
|150 Cook Islands Dollars
|182 x 89 x 30 mm
|analog individual packaging
Historical prices to 5 kg silver Cook Islands coin bars