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Coins from the Cook Islands were initially considered to be exotic. Meanwhile, thanks to the low surcharge on the pure metal value, they have gained a firm place in many investment portfolios. Due to their high minting quality, more and more collectors are also developing an enthusiasm for these coins. However, it is not just the material but also the processing of the Cook Island platinum coins that is unusual. The front and back of the coins are processed to be completely matt. This is what distinguishes them from most other investment coins, which are either polished or only partially matt. The front of the coin shows one of the most famous ships in the history of seafaring: The Bounty. On its odyssey, the ship passed through the waters of the Cook Islands. This event is remembered in the portrait. The back of the coin bears the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the Cook Islands' official Head of State.
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