A real three dimensional pure gold Chestnut leaf on the obverse of a silver coin. The size of the leaf is approximately 28×28 mm and made from hammered gold. Horse-Chestnut or conker tree is native to a small area of South East Europe. Now it is widely cultivated in streets and parks throughout the temperate world. It grows to 36 metres (118 ft) tall, with a domed crown. The leaves are opposite with 5–7 leaflets; each leaflet is 13–30 cm long, making the whole leaf up to 60 cm across. The flowers are usually white with a small red spot; they are produced in spring in erect panicles 10–30 cm tall with about 20–50 flowers on each panicle.
Metal:999 Fine Silver
Finish: Proof with Gold Foil Leaf
Presentation Box: Luxury Box and Certificate
Denomination: $10.00 – Samoa
Year of Issue: 2014
Weight: 1 Troy oz