THE SINGAPORE MINT’S YEAR OF THE BOAR LUNAR FAIR
|Where:||HDB Hub Atrium (Toa Payoh MRT)|
|When:||1 to 13 January 2019|
|Time:||11am to 9pm daily|
It’s time to celebrate the lunar festivities again! Get your hands on limited edition Year of the Boar Coins and Collectibles from The Singapore Mint. Look forward to The Singapore Mint’s annual Lunar Fair to be held from 1 to 13 January 2019 at the atrium of HDB Hub (Toa Payoh MRT). Various other island wide retail roadshows (Annex A) featuring wide range of Year of the Boar Coins, festive gift and collectibles will also be on going from 2 January 2019.
The highlight of the fair would be the highly anticipated 2019 Singapore Year of the Boar Almanac Coins, issued by the Monetary Authority of Singapore. Coins no longer come only in the form of round shape, but instead expect a wide range of new shapes and sizes for the Singapore 4th Almanac Coin Series Collection.
In addition, The Singapore Mint’s Lunar collection also comprises a myriad of lunar collectible coins from around the world, lunar gift sets, figurines and other auspicious and zodiac collectibles. Add festive cheer with gold-plated medallions available from $12 onwards, 999 Fine Silver coins from $48 onwards, and 999.9 Fine Gold coins from $148 onwards.
The Singapore Mint Lunar Fair @ HDB Hub highlights include:
- Wide range of range coins, medallions and festive collectibles!
- The Singapore Mint NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation) Graded Coins*
- Redeem fabulous gifts (with min. spending of $100)**.
- Meet and receive New Year blessings from the God of Fortune!
- Usher in the new year with an auspicious ‘Fu’ Bag filled with coins and collectibles at S$150 (worth more than S$350)
- Charity Coin Packs – Spread the joy by purchasing our $10 Charity Coin Packs.
*Visit https://www.singaporemint.com/singapore-mint-ngc-submission-centre for more information on The Singapore Mint – a NGC official submission centre and graded coins.
**Terms and conditions apply.
For more information, please call The Singapore Mint at 6566 2626 / 6895 0288 / 6336 2878 / 6222 2486/ 6634 2009 or visit our website www.singaporemint.com.
About The Singapore Mint
The Singapore Mint was established in 1968 to mint circulation coins for the newly-independent nation and celebrates its 50th Anniversary in 2018. Over the years, The Singapore Mint has evolved from a basic minting facility to a fully integrated business operation, comprising programme concept, product design, marketing, sales and distribution with after sales service. Focusing on quality system and standards, The Singapore Mint is a certified ISO 9001 and 14001 organisation. Today, it has grown to become one of the leading innovative mints in the industry, capable of producing coins and medallions of the highest quality.
Leveraging on technology, The Singapore Mint has developed hybrid techniques to create high security and innovative features on circulation and commemorative coins and collectables. Fusing advanced minting technologies with authentic crafting methods, The Singapore Mint is one of the few mints in the world that still maintains a team of highly skilled craftsmen, adding intricate elements that can only be meticulously achieved by the human touch.
As a testament of its high quality crafting techniques, The Singapore Mint has won several international awards such as the Vicenza Palladio International Prizes, and its rising stature has garnered much interest internationally. The mint has been appointed by issuing authorities around the world for the production of their coins, and marketing distributor for currency products.
The Singapore Mint products can be found at the following retail locations:
|Head Office||20 Teban Gardens Crescent Singapore 608928|
|Chinatown Point||133 North Bridge Rd, #02-18, Singapore 059413|
|City Square Mall||
|Suntec City||Temasek Boulevard, #02-719, Singapore 038983|
The Singapore Mint is a fully owned subsidiary of Sembcorp Industries. For more information, please visit www.singaporemint.com.
OTHER RETAIL ROADSHOWS
Time: Daily from 11.00am to 8.00 pm
Ang Mo Kio Hub: 21 January to 3 February 2019
Bugis Junction: 21 January to 3 February 2019
Causeway Point: 21 January to 3 February 2019
Century Square: 23 January to 3 February 2019
ChinaTown Point: 2 January to 13 January 2019
HDB Hub (Toa Payoh): 21 January to 3 February 2019
Jurong Point: 14 January to 3 February 2019
Parkway Parade: 21 January to 3 February 2019
Raffles Xchange: 7 January to 1 February 2019