The fourth issue in the birding coin series. This time a bird from the continent Oceania, issued by Cook Islands.
Kuhl’s lorikeet (Vini kuhlii), also called Rimatara lorikeet, Rimitara lorikeet, Kuhl’s lory, or Kura, is a species of lorikeet in the family Psittaculidae. It is one of several species of Vini lorikeets found in islands ranging across the South Pacific. It is a fast flying lorikeet with vibrant plumage; a green back, wings and crown, a blue nape and legs and bright red undersides and cheeks.
Key selling points
- Partly colored
- Colorful box included
- Low mintage
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|Face Value||2 Dollars|
|Weight||1/2 oz (15.5 g)|
|Scope of Delivery||Capsule, Box / Case, Certificate of Authenticity|
All coins in the Bird Watching series
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