Hong Kong Year of the Dragon Gold Medals Carrying Lucky Connotations

Obverse: Golden Dragon Summons Great Luck for You

  • The obverse features amighty dragon playing with a flaming pearl - a magical treasure of dragon, amid the lucky clouds, denoting the blessings of success, happiness and prosperity!
  • The words “YEAR OF THE DRAGON” in both English and Chinese are inscribed on the top.
  • The year “2024” at the bottom is flanked by auspicious motifs of ruyisymbolising the wish of everything goes well, and the symbols for luck, success, longevity and wealth.


Reverse: Prosperous View of Victoria Harbour Denotes a Flourishing Pearl of the Orient

  • The reverse features a magnificent sight of the Hong Kong Victoria Harbour. Two tallest skyscrapers face each other across the harbour and some of the newest landmarks scatter on both sides of the bank, demonstrating the robust vigour of the city as the “Pearl of the Orient”.
  • Above the skyline is a blooming Bauhinia, the city’s floral emblem, symbolising Hong Kong’s blooming prospect.
  • The outer ring features a pair of plump ears of grains to denote opulence, with the inscription “Hong Kong Special Administrative Region” in English and Chinese.