Year of the Dragon Aurum® Gold Bill

Our Lunar New Year series continues with the 2024 Year of the Dragon Aurum® Gold Bill. The Lunar New Year series honors the ancient Chinese lunar calendar, which dates back to the Han Dynasty (206 B.C. – 9 A.D.). 2024 is the Year of the Dragon, perhaps one of Chinese culture’s most iconic mythical creatures. The Dragon symbolizes good fortune and authority. People born in the Year of the Dragon are said to be strong, kind, and intelligent.

The gold within each Year of the Dragon Aurum® bill is visible throughout from edge to edge and is fully recoverable using standard fire assay techniques. This Aurum® is a single-sided print with the characteristic “dimensional gold,” which creates an embossing effect on the bill’s reverse side where gold atoms have fallen on printed areas.

Learn more about the “dimensional gold” with our Aurum®.

(3 customer reviews)

Description

Artwork Details: 

The 2024 Year of the Dragon Aurum® Gold Bill artwork depicts a mythical dragon surrounded by motifs based on traditional Chinese patterning, lanterns, and abstract elements. The bill also features a bleeding heart flower, considered lucky for people born in the Year of the Dragon. Details are captured in vibrant red, traditionally representing luck, joy, vitality, and celebration. The Chinese words for strong and intelligent are set within the banner in the top left corner of the bill.

Product Details:

  • Contains 100 milligrams of .999 pure 24 karat gold.
  • Packaged within a clear protective sleeve for long-term storage
  • Not legal tender
  • Made in the United States
  • Single-sided printing
  • Designer: Jake Sepulveda


Shipping Details: 

  • Due to the value of our products, a signature is required for all deliveries.

3 reviews for Year of the Dragon Aurum® Gold Bill

  1. tharos_t

    I bought a bunch of these to give out as New Year’s presents. I’m really glad I did. In hand these look amazing.

  2. Brian

    Very Sharp. Collectible. Awesome way to buy fractional gold. Great for gifts.

  3. jim wood

    I bought some of these to hand out to friends and family for Chinese New Year.
    I’m buying more today to hand out next Christmas season for stocking stuffers.

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