2021 South African Silver Krugerrand Proof Designs
The obverse features a left-side portrait of the South African Republic's third President, Paul Kruger. Designed by Otto Schultz, the image shows him wearing a long, thick beard. The issuing country's name is inscribed both in Afrikaans, "SUID-AFRIKA," and English, "SOUTH AFRICA," along the rim.
A springbok antelope bounds across the South African plains on the reverse. Shown from the right, the creature has its head turned to offer the holder a better look at its face and its horns. So closely associated with the country is the animal that South Africa's national sports teams are often called "the Springboks." The date, "2021," is split to either side of the animal, with the first two digits to the left and the last two to the right. The coin's name, "KRUGERRAND," is inscribed along the rim at the top, while the metal content and face value of the coin are included at the bottom. The former is in English and Afrikaans, reading, "FYNSILWER 1 OZ FINE SILVER," while the latter is inscribed as "R1."
2 oz. Silver Proof options bear the same design, but differing inscriptions for the metal content and denomination.