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2014 Year of the Horse Gold Coins

The Chinese Lunar Calendar defines 2014 as the “Year-of-the-Horse.” The Chinese New Year begins in February but the new 2014 China (Australian) Year-of-the-Horse gold coins have already arrived.

The 2014 Year of the Horse Gold Coins marked the seventh annual release within the Perth Mint’s Australian Lunar Series II, which features the twelve animals of the ancient Chinese zodiac. The series has continued to generate interest from both gold bullion and  coin collectors alike. This series of Lunar coins is growing in popularity with Americans for a variety of reasons.

We recommend the Lunar series as a coin collectible with a highly intrinsic underlying value. These are not the types of coins individuals would acquire by the dozens or hundreds for later resale.