This fine silver 1 oz coin celebrates a new series featuring dynastic Chinese imagery, in the case of the first issue from the Ming Dynasty emulating a fine detailed production of the official Jiajing Emperor.
The Dragon in the center holds the Chinese character sheng, which means "divine" or "imperial majesty." The characters above it (fu on the right and bi on the left) generally signify "to add" or "to support." In this case they refer to the dragon, a well-known symbol of imperial authority.
- Very limited mintage of 25,0000 coins.
- Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- Each coin comes in a protective plastic capsule. Multiples of 5 typically come in a sealed sheet. Multiples of 125 come in a larger box.
- Obverse: Features the coat of arms of the Republic of Cameroon.
- Reverse: Features an artistic depiction of the imperial dragon as portrayed in legendary Chinese mythology.
- This coin is manufactured and distributed by Scottsdale Mint and is legal tender in Cameroon.