Feng Shui Cranes, Niue, 2013, 1oz


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  • Cranes – the prince of all birds and a messenger of heaven. A symbol of inspiration, freedom, longevity, peace and new opportunity
  • 象徵靈感,自由,長壽,和平和新機遇
  • The bird looking upwards signifies authority and one who can see everything
  • 象徵權威,看通世情
  • Aesthetic combination of engraved & colour
  • 雕刻及顏色完美結合
  • Stylish ‘piano finish’ red box with gold detailing continuing in the style of the Koi packaging
  • 紅色鋼琴面禮盒,送禮大方得體

Coin Story Humans have always seen birds as symbols of inspiration and freedom. The ability to fly and to soar high up in the sky is closely associated in Feng Shui with the ability to serve as messengers from heaven. Birds are considered powerful symbols of new opportunities that are there for you, even in times of adversity. Their songs are inspirational in their beauty and complexity, which adds the primal power of sound to this Feng Shui symbol. Images of Cranes may often be found in Feng Shui clothing or art. Known as the prince of all birds, the Crane has come to symbolize longevity, energy and even immortality because of its long lifespan and untiring strength in flight. In ancient Chinese legends, Cranes carried the spirits of the departed to heaven. Thus, the symbol of cranes is used in Feng Shui to bring the energy of a long, noble and peaceful life that will eventually lead the human soul to heaven. Design Reverse Design This delightful coin shows two Cranes captured against a mirror finish, proof quality background with one bird looking upwards, symbolizing authority and wisdom. As in traditional Chinese paintings, these cranes are surrounded by reeds and pine tree branches representing constant friendship. Both Cranes are also shown in the wild, illustrating their freedom and endless opportunity to develop. Obverse Design The coin’s obverse features the Raphael Maklouf effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

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