According to ancient Norse mythology, Loki is the god of fire, and a cunning shape shifter, appearing in the form of a seal, a salmon, a mare, and a fly, among others.
Loki is the son of the giant Farbauti and the goddess Laufey, and the father of: Hel, the goddess of death; Jormungand the serpent; Fenrir the wolf; and Sleipnir, the eight-legged horse that he gave to Odin.
The coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 2oz of 99.9% pure silver.
The Perth Mint will release no more than 2,000 of the 2016 Norse Gods – Loki 2oz Silver High Relief Coin.
The reverse of the coin depicts Loki wearing a cloak which is turning into smoke at the edges.
He is accompanied by the serpent Jormungand and the wolf Fenrir. The design also includes three masks representative of the many forms Loki takes on as a shape shifter.
The coin is housed in a prestigious square wooden display case with stunning engraved detail on its lid, and packaged in a themed shipper. The coin is accompanied by a numbered Certificate.