Royal Hawaiian Mint

Original Mint Masterpieces Since 1974

2000 - Present

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  1. 2000 DISCOVERERS 2000TH ANNIVERSARY SILVER DALA

    2000 DISCOVERERS 2000TH ANNIVERSARY SILVER DALA

    $89.00

    One day 2,000 years ago, a small sail appeared on the vast horizon. Now the uninhabited islands would be complete. Now there were people to see just how beautiful they were. The people came ashore and thought they were in paradise so they named it Hawaii that meant nirvana in their language. Until recently it was believed that Hawaii was first discovered about 1500 years ago. But the latest carbon dating tests conclusively show the Hawaiian Islands were first discovered about the same time as the Magi were following the Christmas Star to Bethlehem. The Wise Men had only one star to guide them, but the Polynesians, the true discoverers of Hawaii, had a sky full of stars. No other people in the world were as skillful navigators as they. Yet even their skills and physical endurance were strained to the limit by the long, arduous journey to the most remote islands in the world. To their new home, Hawaii. To celebrate the 2,000th anniversary of the Discovery of Hawaii, the Royal Hawaiian Mint has taken special care to preserve and perpetuates the rich artistic and cultural heritage of the Hawaiian people that has been the Mint's mission for a quarter century. The commemorative obverse features the portraits of "kane" (man) and "wahine" (woman) based on real life drawings made by John Webber, the official artist who accompanied Captain James Cook when he discovered Hawaii in 1778. Both portraits faithfully reproduce the fine detail in Webber's original work, which are now preserved in Honolulu's famed Bishop Museum. Webber recorded with painstaking accuracy how the Hawaiians appeared at the time of first European contact, decades before the missionaries and sailors brought Western influences to these islands. Surely the people who made the campfire 2000 years ago looked very much like the couple Webber sketched and the Mint reproduced on the stunning silver 2000th anniversary commemorative. Equal attention and care was devoted to the reverse design that symbolizes the discovery. Note the fine lines in the maile leaves that form the inner circle. The fragrant maile lei is especially appropriate as it is often worn to commemorate events and festive celebrations according to Hawaiian legends. The discoverers’ seagoing canoe is an authentic reproduction. Carefully examine the fine lines of the sails and thatched roof of the cabin, the ripple of the waves and the plume of ashen smoke pouring from the erupting volcano and you can begin to appreciate that this handsome commemorative is a work of art in itself as the dies were produced from intricate hand-sculptured masters. The OIP was $32 for the one ounce 999 fine silver proof. RE: MINTLINE NOVEMBER 1999 Learn More
  2. 2004 DISCOVERERS SILVER $10 DALA

    2004 DISCOVERERS SILVER $10 DALA

    $320.00

    In 2004, Royal Hawaiian Mint commemorated its 30th Anniversary with the unique issue of a six dala set utilizing the Mint’s six “Royal Designs.” The 2004 Ten Dala Set was unique because it featured a dollar sign denomination on the reverse for the first time. While many RHM issues have the “dala” denomination, none had a dollar sign value until 2004. In addition to the six classic “Royal” designs and the $10 Dala reverse with the Kingdom of Hawaii Royal Coat-of-Arms, the issue was also unique because none of the 50 dalas of each design were ever sold. Bernard gave the 30 complete custom packaged sets to friends when he visited Hawaii in 2004 and the most of the 20 singles of each design were used as tips and give aways when he visited Hawaii. Few of the 2004 Ten Dala issue survive in original mint condition. Learn More
  3. 2004 KING KALAKAUA SILVER $10 DALA

    2004 KING KALAKAUA SILVER $10 DALA

    $300.00

    In 2004, Royal Hawaiian Mint commemorated its 30th Anniversary with the unique issue of a six dala set utilizing the Mint’s six “Royal Designs.” The 2004 Ten Dala Set was unique because it featured a dollar sign denomination on the reverse for the first time. While many RHM issues have the “dala” denomination, none had a dollar sign value until 2004. In addition to the six classic “Royal” designs and the $10 Dala reverse with the Kingdom of Hawaii Royal Coat-of-Arms, the issue was also unique because none of the 50 dalas of each design were ever sold. Bernard gave the 30 complete custom packaged sets to friends when he visited Hawaii in 2004 and the most of the 20 singles of each design were used as tips and give aways when he visited Hawaii. Few of the 2004 Ten Dala issue survive in original mint condition. Learn More
  4. 2004 KING KAMEHAMEHA SOVEREIGN SILVER $10 DALA

    2004 KING KAMEHAMEHA SOVEREIGN SILVER $10 DALA

    $300.00

    In 2004, Royal Hawaiian Mint commemorated its 30th Anniversary with the unique issue of a six dala set utilizing the Mint’s six “Royal Designs.” The 2004 Ten Dala Set was unique because it featured a dollar sign denomination on the reverse for the first time. While many RHM issues have the “dala” denomination, none had a dollar sign value until 2004. In addition to the six classic “Royal” designs and the $10 Dala reverse with the Kingdom of Hawaii Royal Coat-of-Arms, the issue was also unique because none of the 50 dalas of each design were ever sold. Bernard gave the 30 complete custom packaged sets to friends when he visited Hawaii in 2004 and the most of the 20 singles of each design were used as tips and give aways when he visited Hawaii. Few of the 2004 Ten Dala issue survive in original mint condition. Learn More
  5. 2004 PRINCESS KAIULANI SILVER $10 DALA

    2004 PRINCESS KAIULANI SILVER $10 DALA

    $340.00

    In 2004, Royal Hawaiian Mint commemorated its 30th Anniversary with the unique issue of a six dala set utilizing the Mint’s six “Royal Designs.” The 2004 Ten Dala Set was unique because it featured a dollar sign denomination on the reverse for the first time. While many RHM issues have the “dala” denomination, none had a dollar sign value until 2004. In addition to the six classic “Royal” designs and the $10 Dala reverse with the Kingdom of Hawaii Royal Coat-of-Arms, the issue was also unique because none of the 50 dalas of each design were ever sold. Bernard gave the 30 complete custom packaged sets to friends when he visited Hawaii in 2004 and the most of the 20 singles of each design were used as tips and give aways when he visited Hawaii. Few of the 2004 Ten Dala issue survive in original mint condition. Learn More
  6. 2004 QUEEN LILIUOKALANI SILVER $10 DALA

    2004 QUEEN LILIUOKALANI SILVER $10 DALA

    $300.00

    In 2004, Royal Hawaiian Mint commemorated its 30th Anniversary with the unique issue of a six dala set utilizing the Mint’s six “Royal Designs.” The 2004 Ten Dala Set was unique because it featured a dollar sign denomination on the reverse for the first time. While many RHM issues have the “dala” denomination, none had a dollar sign value until 2004. In addition to the six classic “Royal” designs and the $10 Dala reverse with the Kingdom of Hawaii Royal Coat-of-Arms, the issue was also unique because none of the 50 dalas of each design were ever sold. Bernard gave the 30 complete custom packaged sets to friends when he visited Hawaii in 2004 and the most of the 20 singles of each design were used as tips and give aways when he visited Hawaii. Few of the 2004 Ten Dala issue survive in original mint condition. Learn More
  7. 2004 WARRIOR SILVER $10 DALA

    2004 WARRIOR SILVER $10 DALA

    $525.00

    In 2004, Royal Hawaiian Mint commemorated its 30th Anniversary with the unique issue of a six dala set utilizing the Mint’s six “Royal Designs.” The 2004 Ten Dala Set was unique because it featured a dollar sign denomination on the reverse for the first time. While many RHM issues have the “dala” denomination, none had a dollar sign value until 2004. In addition to the six classic “Royal” obverse designs and the $10 Dala reverse with the Kingdom of Hawaii Royal Coat-of-Arms, the issue was also unique because none of the 50 dalas of each design were ever sold. Bernard gave the 30 complete custom packaged sets to friends when he visited Hawaii in 2004 and the most of the 20 singles of each design were used as tips and give aways. Few of the 2004 Ten Dala issue survive in original mint condition. Of the six designs, the Warrior is the rarest of all. Learn More
  8. 2007 $20 KALAKAUA HAWAII DALA COUNTER STAMPED WITH QUEEN LILIUOKALANI

    2007 $20 KALAKAUA HAWAII DALA COUNTER STAMPED WITH QUEEN LILIUOKALANI

    $285.00

    The stunning 2007 one ounce silver Hawaii Dala with King Kalakaua - the last King of Hawaii is greatly enhanced with the 10mm counter stamp of Queen Liliuokalani - the last Queen of Hawaii. Each King Hawaii Dala is individually counter stamped with a 10mm 2007 Queen die and the Royal Hawaiian Gold with Crown reverse die. This very limited issue was created by the Mintmaster holding the original 39mm Dala in one hand while operating the coining press with the other hand. As such, counter stamping is a very dangerous operation and by its nature, each counter stamped dala has individual characteristics such as place, rotation and depth of the counter strike. Please note that due to the individual quality of the counter striking process that the stamping cannot be proof and may not be a full strike. The quantity of the King/Queen counter strikes was limited to only 20 specimens. Learn More
  9. 2007 DISCOVERERS $5 HAWAII DALA

    2007 DISCOVERERS $5 HAWAII DALA

    $225.00

    The Liberty Dollar inspired $5 Discoverer Hapaha Dala features the original engraved artwork as allegorical discoverers by Captain Cook’s official artist, John Webber when he discovered Hawaii in 1778. The $5 reverse features the Liberty Dollar logo with the Hawaii Crest and Crown. The $5 Discoverers Hapaha Dala contains quarter ounce of .999 fine silver beautifully minted in Proof-like condition and measures 27 mm in diameter with a reeded edge. Learn More
  10. 2007 DISCOVERERS $5 HAWAII DALA WITH GOLD RELIEF

    2007 DISCOVERERS $5 HAWAII DALA WITH GOLD RELIEF

    $315.00

    The Liberty Dollar inspired $5 Discoverer Hapaha Dala features the original engraved artwork as allegorical discoverers by Captain Cook’s official artist, John Webber when Cook discovered Hawaii in 1778. The $5 reverse features the Liberty Dollar logo with the Hawaii Crest and Crown. The $5 Discoverers Hapaha Dala contains quarter ounce of .999 fine silver beautifully minted in Proof-like condition and measures 27 mm in diameter with a reeded edge. Both portraits, Hawaiian Crest and rim are beautifully covered in 24K gold relief. Learn More

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