Endangered Wildlife Trust Sterling, 2006,  Silver Medallion Series
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2006, South Africa, Silver, Endangered Wildlife Trust - Medallions

Limited Edition: 500 for each series

In 2006, the South African Mint Company entered into a joint project with the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT). The Mint has created a special 15-piece sterling silver medallion set, called “The Natural Heritage Prestige Set”.  A very special wooden box has been developed to house these beautiful 15 medallions.

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This unique and impressive collection is not only aesthetically pleasing to look at, but also offers the buyer an opportunity to support EWT in a very worthy cause.

Coin Specifications



EWT Medallions

Sterling Silver Crown

Mass: 33.626 gram
Diameter: 38.725 mm

Metal Content:

Ag 925 Cu 75
Obverse Die-Sinker:

MJ Scheepers

Reverse Die-Sinkers:

Endangered Wildlife Trust

MJ Scheepers Bat Conservation Group
VL Chipa Biodiversity Stewardship
DM Maloka Birds of Prey Working Group
DM Maloka Bird Strike Avoidance Programme
A Minnie Blue Swallow Working Group
MJ Scheepers Carnivore Conservation Group
DM Maloka Conservation Leadership Group
A Minnie Giant Bullfrog Project
C Moses Ground Hornbill Working Group
VL Chipa Law and Policy Working Group
C Moses Marine and Coastal Working Group
MJ Scheepers Oribi Working Group
C Moses Riverine Rabbit Working Group
A Minnie South African Crane Working Group
VL Chipa Wildlife Conflict Prevention Group


Certificate of Authenticity

Each medallion and medallion set issued by the South African Mint Company has a Certificate of Authenticity. The certificate describes the medallions’s specifications, the limited edition as well as a short description of the product. It also depicts the signature of the South African Mint’s Managing Director, Mr Andile Mvinjelwa. To prevent the duplication of a South African Mint product, the certificates are re-designed each year to include the coin design and each certificate is individuallynumbered according to the limited edition of the medallion or set. As another security measure, the South African Mint’s logo, which is printed in transparent ink and only visible under ultra-violet light, features as part of the layout.