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Face value: 11 €
Weight: 14 g
Silver: 50%
Diameter: 30 mm
Mintage: 111 111

The reverse of the coin depicts a football and 4 flags sporting the colors of Germany: Red, Yellow and Black. All around the reverse, the inscriptions: "UEFA FUßBALL-EUROPAMEISTERSCHAFT 2024" and "FINALE BERLIN". The obverse of the coin depicts the German Coat of Arms, the imperial eagle, with the inscriptions: "BUNDESREPUBLIK DEUTSCHLAND 2024", "11 EURO" - the face value, and "SILBER 500 A" – the fineness of the Silver.
35,00 €
This issue from the Bank of Greece consists of all eight standard circulating euro coins with the Greek national reverse.

The coins come delivered in a colorful illustrated blister pack that highlights the city of Olympia.
Issue limit: 7 500 sets

The Minister for the National Economy and the Governor of the Bank of Greece chose the designs for their euro coins from a set of proposals presented by a national technical and artistic committee. The designer of the winning motifs was sculptor Georges Stamatopoulos, sponsored by the Bank of Greece. There is a separate design for each denomination.

2€ coin depicts a scene from a mosaic in Sparta (third century AD), showing Europa being abducted by Zeus, who has taken the form of a bull. Europa is a figure from Greek mythology after whom Europe was named. Edge lettering of the €2 coin: EΛΛHNIKH ΔHMOKPATIA * (Hellenic Republic).

1€ -The image of the owl featured in this design was copied from an ancient Athenian 4-drachma coin (fifth century BC).

50 cent -Eleftherios Venizelos (1864-1936), one of Greece's most prominent political figures, is shown on this coin. He was a pioneer in social reform, a renowned diplomat and played a key role in modernising the Greek state and liberating Northern Greece and the Aegean islands.

20 cent coin commemorates Ioannis Capodistrias (1776-1831), a leading national and European politician and diplomat who became the first Governor of Greece (1830-31) following the Greek War of Independence (1821-27).

10 cent -Rigas Fereos (Velestinlis) (1757-98) is featured on this coin. He was a forerunner and leading figure of the Greek enlightenment, as well as a visionary and herald of Balkan liberation from Ottoman rule.

5 cent -T his coin shows a modern sea-going tanker, reflecting the innovative spirit of Greek shipping.

2 cent - Depicted on this coin is a corvette, a type of ship used during the Greek War of Independence (1821-27).

1 cent -This design features an advanced model of an Athenian trireme, the largest warship afloat for more than 200 years, dating from the time of the Athenian democracy (fifth century BC).
55,00 €
Country: Palau
Year: 2024
Face Value: 5 Dollars
Metal: Silver .999
Weight: 1 oz
Size: 38,6 mm
Quality: Proof
Mintage: 1500


In the enchanting realm of nature, where elegance and aesthetics unite, we behold a captivating creature that delights our senses. With its delicate wings, resembling crystalline beauty, the dragonfly gracefully glides through the air and alights upon a lily pad, its green leaves floating above the water. With their graceful beauty, dragonflies stand as masterpieces of evolution and true jewels of our natural world.

169,00 €
Coin case for accommodating 35× 2 euro commemorative coins in capsules.

· We recommend the Leuchtturm Perfect Fit capsule (Ref. No. 345007)

· Practical tilt function for removing the coins

· Secure magnetic closure

· Outer size: 315×245×20 mm
25,00 €
Six Japanese legal tender coins in Brilliant Uncirculated condition– A 500 yen bicolor clad coin (nickel-brass, cupronickel and copper), a 100 yen cupronickel coin, a 50 yen cupronickel coin, a 10 yen bronze coin, a 5 yen brass coin, a 1 yen aluminum coin as well as a special medal featuring this year's oriental zodiac, the Dragon
39,00 €
Face value: Samoa 0,25$
Weight: 47 gr
Diameter: 40 mm
Mintage: 3 000

The tawny owl (Strix aluco), also called the brown owl, is commonly found in woodlands across Europe to western Siberia, and has seven recognized subspecies. It is a stocky, medium-sized owl, whose underparts are pale with dark streaks, and whose upper body may be either brown or grey. (In several subspecies, individuals may be of either color.) The tawny owl typically makes its nest in a tree hollow where it can protect its eggs and young against potential predators. It is non-migratory and highly territorial: as a result, when young birds grow up and leave the parental nest, if they cannot find a vacant territory to claim as their own, they will often starve
39,00 €
Coin Year: 2022
Denomination: $5
Finish: Proof
Diameter: 39.62mm
Weight: 1oz
Silver: 99,9%
Mintage: 7 500

Celebrating the Year of the Dragon, the Royal Australian Mint has released this 2024 $5 Fine Silver Proof Domed Coin. Lunar New Year is celebrated throughout the world, with coins considered traditional gifts. Featuring the noble and confident Dragon on the reverse and the Lunar calendar wheel on the obverse, this coin is an auspicious gift or collectible. The Dragon is the fifth of the twelve signs in the Chinese Zodiac. According to legend twelve animals participated in a race across a river to allow the Jade emperor to establish the order of the signs of the Chinese horoscope. Everyone thought that the Dragon would come first as it could fly, but it stopped to help some villages along the way. It also felt sorry for the Rabbit and decided to help it ashore first, allowing the Rabbit to take fourth place.
139,00 €
Face value: 20 €
Silver: 99,9%
Year date: 2023
Weight: 31.104 g
Mintage: 3000
Diameter: 37 mm

In 2020, Monnaie de Paris began the series “History of US Independency" with the arrival of La Fayette in Boston.

This year, it's the Battle of Cowpens medal that will be honoured.

The Battle of Cowpens, in South Carolina, took place on January 17th, 1781. It was a crushing victory for the armed forces led by General Daniel Morgan against the British, led by Banastre Tarleton, resulting in the capture, disappearance, or death of around 75% of the British forces.

This first military success, which led to victory at Yorktown and to the Declaration of Independence, was the subject of three commemorative medals decided by Congress: a gold one awarded to General Morgan, and two silver ones awarded to William Washington, commander of the cavalry, and John Eagar Howard, commander of the infantry. They were decided during the time when Benjamin Franklin and D. Humphrey were negotiating in Paris the alliance with France that would lead to the Treaty of Paris signed in September 1783.

The obverse, illustrating Daniel Morgan's Victory, depicts him full-length, about to be crowned by an Indian queen, an allegory of America; a female figure wearing a short breastplate and a feathered headdress. The acronym RF and the yeardate were added to the obverse.

The reverse shows the General-in-Chief leading the charge on horseback, followed by his troops on foot and overthrowing the fleeing English adversary. It is signed by the engraver Augustin Dupré, who was the general engraver of Monnaie de Paris at the time. The face value and hallmarks were added to the reverse.
129,00 €
Country: Samoa
Year: 2023
Face Value: 10 Dollar
Silver: 99,9%
Weight: 5 oz
Diameter: 120 x 52 mm
Quality: Prooflike
Mintage: 499 pcs

Celebrate the Carneval di Venezia
First ever mask shaped coin

Carnival in Venice has been synonymous with wearing of traditional masks for centuries – get yours as a first ever coin!

The unique design of this pure Silver coin features Venetian patterns and polished clefs refined with red and gold colour print.

Coming in a beautiful packaging with certificate – only 499 pieces worldwide.


439,00 €
Fight against cancer in Belgium

Since its inception, mankind has known innumerable plagues and ailments, which for years and even centuries seemed totally incurable, but which have subsequently been consigned in whole or in part to history. Someday - and perhaps much sooner than thought - we may and should succeed in curbing Cancer, too, in its many variants.



The sky is slowly clearing

In recent years, science has made spectacular advances in the fight against cancer, increasing survival rates and extending lifespans. Although a diagnosis can be particularly harsh and the road to a cure can be quite tough, we should certainly not lose heart. More than ever, we must dare to take a positive approach to confronting cancer. Here, not only the specific input of the oncologist, but also the support of the psychologist and physiotherapist plays an invaluable role. Without forgetting the precious help of the caregiver or volunteer, of course.

Mintage: 125 000 coin card
19,00 €

Dimensions: 65m
Standard Weight: 31.1g
Silver: 99.9%
Year Dated: 2024
Monetary Denom:
NZD 5.00
Max Mintage: 500
Country of Issue: Tokelau

The Year of the Snake will commence on 29 January 2025. In Chinese element theory, each zodiac sign is associated with one of the five elements: metal, wood, water, fire and earth and each element appears in a 60 year cycle. 2025 represents the year of the Fire Snake. It is said people born in this year are intuitive, strategic and ingelligent, exuding charm, elegance and wisdom.
This astounding 65mm 1oz pure silver coin features a dynamic image of a snake in mirror image. The coin is created in proof condition by BH Mayer Mint, with the Snake on one side sculpted proof with a highly polished proof table, the other side with a frosted table and polished Snake. As with each of the previous issues, only 500 coins will be released.
These will be the second coin in this series to feature the effigy of King Charles III.

According to one legend, there is a reason for the order of the animals in the cycle. A race was held to cross a great river, and the order of the animals in the cycle was based upon their order in finishing the race. In this story, the snake compensated for not being the best swimmer by hitching a hidden ride on the Horse's hoof. When the horse was about to cross the finish line, the snake jumped out, scaring the horse, and thus edging it out for sixth place. The same twelve animals are also used to symbolize the cycle of hours in the day, each being associated with a two-hour time period. The hour of the snake is 9:00 to 11:00 a.m., the time when the Sun warms up the Earth, and snakes are said to slither out of their holes. The month of the snake is the 4th month of the Chinese lunar calendar and it usually falls within the months of May through June depending on the Chinese to Gregorian calendar conversion. The reason the animal signs are referred to as zodiacal is that one's personality is said to be influenced by the animal signs ruling the time of birth, together with elemental aspects of the animal signs within the sexagenary cycle. Similarly, the year governed by a particular animal sign is supposed to be characterized by it, with the effects particularly strong for people who were born in any year governed by the same animal sign.

159,00 €
Materiall: CuNi
Weight: 9g
Diameter: 26,9 mm
Mintage: 100 000


The German government has decided to mint a €5 collectors’ coin entitled “Marmelade hoverfly”, to be issed at 13 June 2024. It is the seventh coin issued as part of the “Wonderful world of insects” series, which will see a total of nine coins with partially coloured motifs issued over the period 2022-24. The series is intended to bring into focus – especially in light of current developments (insect extinction) – a special group of animals that make up a significant part of our natural heritage.

The €5 collectors’ coin “Marmelade hoverfly” is made of a cupronickel alloy. It weighs 9.68g, measures 27.25mm in diameter and will be available both in mint condition and with a proof-like finish. The mint condition coins will be brought into circulation at their face value (€5). The collector quality coins with a proof-like finish will be higher than their face value and will be issued by the Münze Deutschland (Germany’s official sales agency for collector coins).

The coin was designed by Anna Martha Napp, an artist based in aus Maßlow (picture side), and Andre Witting, a Berlin-based artist (reverse).

The reverse, which will be used for all coins in the series, features an eagle, the words “BUNDESREPUBLIK DEUTSCHLAND”, the value and denomination, the year 2024, the twelve stars of Europe and the letter “F” for the State Mint of Stuttgart.
Its smooth edge is engraved with the inscription: “WUNDERWELT INSEKTEN” (WONDERFUL WORLD OF INSECTS).
14,90 €
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Silver: 99.9%
Weight: 21,4 g
Mintage: 5,000

The Golden Eagle implements true monogamy. Once the courtship is successful, they will live together for a long time. This kind of continuous love is relatively rare among birds of prey. The Background text is from Goethe's love Poem "restless Love".
119,00 €
Silver: 99.99%
Nominal value 0.5TVD
Weight: 15.553g
Dimensions: 32.60 mm
Maximum Mintage 12,007
Coin Finish Proof

Created by former intelligence officer and author Ian Fleming in 1953, James Bond is a fearless, charismatic and deadly British Secret Service agent with a ‘licence to kill’. Also known by the codename 007, he has been portrayed by six actors – Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig – in 25 thrilling movies released by EON Productions since 1962.

Diamonds Are Forever design
In Diamonds Are Forever, released in 1971, Bond tracks SPECTRE boss Blofeld to the US where he discovers his evil nemesis is stockpiling diamonds to power a space-based laser weapon. Played by Sean Connery, 007 must neutralise the satellite and prevent the supervillain from carrying out his latest threat to global stability.

The coin’s reverse depicts a coloured illustration of James Bond, the charismatic Secret Service agent. Based on an official movie poster, the design also features a moon buggy 007 uses to escape across the Nevada Desert. Included on the reverse are the iconic gun barrel graphic from the franchise’s signature opening sequence, the famous 007 gun logo and the inscription ‘DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER’.

Branded display packaging and numbered certificate
Individual releases from the James Bond Official 25-Coin Collection are each housed in a 007 branded case with a transparent acrylic top and a movie themed shipper. Each coin is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity featuring poster artwork.
79,00 €
Silver: 99.99%
Nominal value 0.5TVD
Weight: 15.553g
Dimensions: 32.60 mm
Maximum Mintage 12,007
Coin Finish Proof

Created by former intelligence officer and author Ian Fleming in 1953, James Bond is a fearless, charismatic and deadly British Secret Service agent with a ‘licence to kill’. Also known by the codename 007, he has been portrayed by six actors – Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig – in 25 thrilling movies released by EON Productions since 1962.

Goldfinger Design
In Goldfinger, released in 1964, gold magnate Auric Goldfinger is planning an audacious attack on the United States Bullion Depository known as Fort Knox. Played by Sean Connery, Bond must prevent the criminal and his henchman Oddjob from irradiating the facility in order to profit from a resultant gold shortage and economic upheaval.

The coin’s reverse depicts a coloured illustration of James Bond and the female character Pussy Galore. Based on an official movie poster, the design also features a hand covered in skin-suffocating gold paint. Included on the reverse are the iconic gun barrel graphic from the franchise’s signature opening sequence, the famous 007 gun logo and the inscription ‘GOLDFINGER’.

Branded Display Packaging
Individual releases from the James Bond Official 25-Coin Collection are each housed in a 007 branded case with a transparent acrylic top and a movie themed shipper. Each coin is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity featuring poster artwork.
79,00 €
Silver: 99.99%
Nominal value 0.5TVD
Weight: 15.553g
Dimensions: 32.60 mm
Maximum Mintage 12,007
Coin Finish Proof

Created by former intelligence officer and author Ian Fleming in 1953, James Bond is a fearless, charismatic and deadly British Secret Service agent with a ‘licence to kill’. Also known by the codename 007, he has been portrayed by six actors – Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig – in 25 thrilling movies released by EON Productions since 1962.

Diamonds Are Forever design
In Diamonds Are Forever, released in 1971, Bond tracks SPECTRE boss Blofeld to the US where he discovers his evil nemesis is stockpiling diamonds to power a space-based laser weapon. Played by Sean Connery, 007 must neutralise the satellite and prevent the supervillain from carrying out his latest threat to global stability.

The coin’s reverse depicts a coloured illustration of James Bond, the charismatic Secret Service agent. Based on an official movie poster, the design also features a moon buggy 007 uses to escape across the Nevada Desert. Included on the reverse are the iconic gun barrel graphic from the franchise’s signature opening sequence, the famous 007 gun logo and the inscription ‘DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER’.

Branded display packaging and numbered certificate
Individual releases from the James Bond Official 25-Coin Collection are each housed in a 007 branded case with a transparent acrylic top and a movie themed shipper. Each coin is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity featuring poster artwork.
79,00 €
Silver: 99.99%
Nominal value 0.5TVD
Weight: 15.553g
Dimensions: 32.60 mm
Maximum Mintage 12,007
Coin Finish: Proof

Created by former intelligence officer and author Ian Fleming in 1953, James Bond is a fearless, charismatic and deadly British Secret Service agent with a ‘licence to kill’. Also known by the codename 007, he has been portrayed by six actors – Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig – in 25 thrilling movies released by EON Productions since 1962.

In Live And Let Die, released in 1973, Bond investigates Dr. Kananga, a Caribbean Prime Minister intent on dominating the heroin trade. Played by Roger Moore, 007 pursues Mr. Big, the corrupt official’s alter ego, exposing himself to vicious assassins and voodoo magic. But the agent’s persistence pays off when Kananga’s inflated ambitions are dramatically blown to pieces.

The coin’s reverse depicts James Bond, the charismatic Secret Service agent. Based on an official movie poster, the design also represents a tarot card and a fiery explosion. Included on the reverse are the iconic gun barrel graphic from the franchise’s signature opening sequence, the famous 007 gun logo and the inscription ‘LIVE AND LET DIE’ featuring a knife symbol.

Individual releases from the James Bond Official 25-Coin Collection are each housed in a 007 branded case with a transparent acrylic top and a movie themed shipper. Each coin is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity featuring poster artwork
79,00 €
Silver: 99.99%
Nominal value 0.5TVD
Weight: 15.553g
Dimensions: 32.60 mm
Maximum Mintage 12,007
Coin Finish Proof

Created by former intelligence officer and author Ian Fleming in 1953, James Bond is a fearless, charismatic and deadly British Secret Service agent with a ‘licence to kill’. Also known by the codename 007, he has been portrayed by six actors – Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig – in 25 thrilling movies released by EON Productions since 1962.

Diamonds Are Forever design
In Diamonds Are Forever, released in 1971, Bond tracks SPECTRE boss Blofeld to the US where he discovers his evil nemesis is stockpiling diamonds to power a space-based laser weapon. Played by Sean Connery, 007 must neutralise the satellite and prevent the supervillain from carrying out his latest threat to global stability.

The coin’s reverse depicts a coloured illustration of James Bond, the charismatic Secret Service agent. Based on an official movie poster, the design also features a moon buggy 007 uses to escape across the Nevada Desert. Included on the reverse are the iconic gun barrel graphic from the franchise’s signature opening sequence, the famous 007 gun logo and the inscription ‘DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER’.

Branded display packaging and numbered certificate
Individual releases from the James Bond Official 25-Coin Collection are each housed in a 007 branded case with a transparent acrylic top and a movie themed shipper. Each coin is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity featuring poster artwork.
79,00 €
Silver: 99.99%
Nominal value 0.5TVD
Weight: 15.553g
Dimensions: 32.60 mm
Maximum Mintage 12,007
Coin Finish Proof

Created by former intelligence officer and author Ian Fleming in 1953, James Bond is a fearless, charismatic and deadly British Secret Service agent with a ‘licence to kill’. Also known by the codename 007, he has been portrayed by six actors – Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig – in 25 thrilling movies released by EON Productions since 1962.

Diamonds Are Forever design
In Diamonds Are Forever, released in 1971, Bond tracks SPECTRE boss Blofeld to the US where he discovers his evil nemesis is stockpiling diamonds to power a space-based laser weapon. Played by Sean Connery, 007 must neutralise the satellite and prevent the supervillain from carrying out his latest threat to global stability.

The coin’s reverse depicts a coloured illustration of James Bond, the charismatic Secret Service agent. Based on an official movie poster, the design also features a moon buggy 007 uses to escape across the Nevada Desert. Included on the reverse are the iconic gun barrel graphic from the franchise’s signature opening sequence, the famous 007 gun logo and the inscription ‘DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER’.

Branded display packaging and numbered certificate
Individual releases from the James Bond Official 25-Coin Collection are each housed in a 007 branded case with a transparent acrylic top and a movie themed shipper. Each coin is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity featuring poster artwork.
79,00 €
Silver: 99.99%
Nominal value 0.5TVD
Weight: 15.553g
Dimensions: 32.60 mm
Maximum Mintage 12,007
Coin Finish Proof

Created by former intelligence officer and author Ian Fleming in 1953, James Bond is a fearless, charismatic and deadly British Secret Service agent with a ‘licence to kill’. Also known by the codename 007, he has been portrayed by six actors – Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig – in 25 thrilling movies released by EON Productions since 1962.

In Thunderball, released in 1965, Bond takes on high-ranking SPECTRE operative Emilio Largo, who holds NATO to ransom by hijacking a Vulcan bomber carrying two nuclear weapons. Played by Sean Connery, 007 must find the bombs hidden underwater in the Bahamas before Largo succeeds in extorting £100 million or carries out his threat to unleash nuclear havoc.

The coin’s reverse depicts a coloured portrayal of James Bond in a desperate underwater fight. Based on an official movie poster, he is locked in combat with a with a knife-wielding scuba diver. Included on the reverse are the iconic gun barrel graphic from the franchise’s signature opening sequence, the famous 007 gun logo and the inscription ‘THUNDERBALL’.

Individual releases from the James Bond Official 25-Coin Collection are each housed in a 007 branded case with a transparent acrylic top and a movie themed shipper. Each coin is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity featuring poster artwork.
79,00 €
Country: Samoa
Year: 2023
Face Value: 1 Dollar x 3
Silver: 99,9%
Weight: 2 x 23 g g
Diameter: 14,2 x 3,4 mm
Quality: Proof-like
Mintage: 5.001 sets
Presentation case

299,00 €
Country: Samoa
Year: 2022
Face Value: 5 Dollar
Silver: 99,9%
Weight: 31,1 g
Diameter: 35 x 40 mm
Quality: Prooflike
Mintage: 1.999 pcs


This incredible Silver coin celebrates the 3rd movie release of "Fantastic Beasts" and represents one of the cutest beasts from the movie: the Niffler. The coin has a custom shape, has a beautiful design and features a gold-colored hologram foil. It comes in a blister packaging with the Certificate of Authenticity incorporated. Limited mintage of 1.999 pieces worldwide!
129,00 €