MAS reveals new line of 2023 Year of the Rabbit Coins

The new line 2023 Year of the Rabbit Coins

Singapore. The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) announced in a statement on Wednesday, 16 November 2022, the new line of the Year of the Rabbit Chinese Almanac coins.

The 2023 Year of The Rabbit Coin’s feature

The 2023 Chinese Almanac coin features a Rabbit against the backdrop of East Coast Park. Each coin obverse has the Singapore Coat of Arms with the year 2023.

Furthermore, MAS announced that the coins will come in 10 different variations. Different face values, metal compositions, shapes, or minting reliefs are featured on these coins. Additionally, special premium sets will be available for purchase. A serialised certificate of authenticity is included with each coin set.

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Year of the Rabbit Coins

How to order for the Year of the Rabbit Coins

Coins will be issued on 1 January 2023. Pre-orders will be accepted beginning 16 November 2022 and ending 16 December 2022.

According to the Singapore Mint website, pre-ordered coins will be delivered from 1 January 2023 onwards. Meanwhile, orders received from 17 December to 31 December will be delivered from 10 January 2023 onwards.

Visit the Singapore Mint website to order or call 6566 2626. See more details about the 2023 Year of the Rabbit Coins.

Images source: MAS | Singaporemint.com

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