MAUI AND THE GODDESS OF FIRE Tekau Tara Maui Set 2 Gold Coins 10$ New Zealand 2019

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This beautiful Set of two Gold coins is dedicated to the heroic legend of Maui brought fire to the world fighting against the fire goddess Mahuika. The coins have a beautiful Maori design, have a Proof quality and come housed in a beautifully designed case, along with the Certificate of Authenticity. Limited mintage to only 150 pcs worldwide!

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Specifications
Country New Zealand
Year 2019
Face Value 10 Dollars
Metal Gold
Fineness (purity) 999/1000
Weight (g) 15.57 (1/2 oz)
Diameter (mm) 30
Quality Proof
Mintage (pcs) 150
Certificate (COA) Yes
Presentation case (box) Yes
Set (pcs) 2
 
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Maui
In Hawaiian religion, Māui is a culture hero and ancient chief who appears in several different genealogies. In the Kumulipo he is the son of ʻAkalana and his wife Hina-a-ke-ahi (Hina). This couple has four sons, Māui-mua, Māui-waena, Māui-kiʻikiʻi and Māui-a-kalana. Māui-a-kalana's wife is named Hinakealohaila; his son is Nanamaoa. Māui is one of the Kupua. His name is the same as that of the Hawaiian island Maui, although native tradition holds that it is not named for him directly, but instead named after the son of Hawaii's discoverer (who was named after Māui himself).

 
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Maui
In Hawaiian religion, Māui is a culture hero and ancient chief who appears in several different genealogies. In the Kumulipo he is the son of ʻAkalana and his wife Hina-a-ke-ahi (Hina). This couple has four sons, Māui-mua, Māui-waena, Māui-kiʻikiʻi and Māui-a-kalana. Māui-a-kalana's wife is named Hinakealohaila; his son is Nanamaoa. Māui is one of the Kupua. His name is the same as that of the Hawaiian island Maui, although native tradition holds that it is not named for him directly, but instead named after the son of Hawaii's discoverer (who was named after Māui himself).

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