Easter Island (unofficial issue)
Two Easter Island coins were released for 2008. The 27 mm .999 fine silver 2000 Peso commemorates the 60th anniversary of the Chilean sailing ship the Esmeralda. The ship, pictured on the reverse of the coin, is used as a training vessel by the Chilean Navy. The 27 mm nickel-plated zinc 1000 Peso pictures a rare, carved wooden tablet featuring the still undeciphered Rongorongo Easter Island script. The obverse of each coin features a carved stone head found on the Island. The coins are not legal tender issues and seems of the produced by Joseph E. Lang.
Currency: Peso

Mil (100) Pesos. Year: 2008. Weight: 8.30g. Metal: Nickel plated zinc. Diameter: 27.00 mm. Edge: Plain. Alignment: Coin. Mint: Osborne Coinage -  Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Obverse: "Mil Pesos" written in at top. Undeciphered Rongorongo Easter Island script in center. Date below. Reverse:  "RAPA NUI" written left clock-wise. "ISLA DE PASCUA" written right clock-wise. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: One year type.
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