Amaterasu Divine Faces of the Sun 3 oz Antique finish Silver Coin 5$ Niue 2021

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499,00 €
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Nominal value 5 $
Silver: 99.9%
Weight: 3 oz
Dimensions: 55 mm
Maximum Mintage 7,500
Finish: Proof

Amaterasu Omikami is translated from Japanese as “Great Divinity Illuminating Heaven”. In Japanese mythology, Amaterasu is a celestial sun goddess and important Shinto deity. She symbolizes fertility and makes plants grow, which give life not only to humans but also to the gods. As the guardian of the Japanese people, she is represented by the emblem of the rising sun on the Japanese flag.

The coin wonderfully depicts Amaterasu, who is holding the mirror in her hands. This mirror reflects the divine origin of the sun goddess. Such decorations as an amber inset and gilding elements give a perfect touch to the design of this coin.
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Face calue: 1 000 Fr
date of issue; 2016
Weight: 62,2 g
Silver: 99,9%
Diameter: 55 mm
Quality; Proof
Mintage: 999 tk

We can be proud of the Czech glass - our craftsmen became famous throughout the world and it still has the sound of a prestigious product with an exceptional quality of. Therefore it is entitled to the second issue of the series of silver coins representing the historical milestones in glass manufacture.

The first written mention of glass production in Bohemia dates back to the 1162. The most glorious period of Czech glassmaking, however, occurred in the 17th and 18th centuries, when the Baroque craftsmen made the first Czech crystal. Their extraordinary discovery overshadowed, until then, the unequaled Venetian glass (to which was dedicated the first issue of this series) and have gained an unrivaled position in the European markets. Although their secrets were eventually revealed, the Czech glass conquered the world. The Czech crystal chandeliers hung in the courts of rulers such as Louis XV., Maria Theresa or Elizabeth I Petrovna. Jablonec nad Nisou in North Bohemia played an important role in glass expansion, when at the end of the 19th century they produced 65% of the world’s production of glass jewellery. The field employed over 30,000 workers. The 20th century also began magnificently for the region, when for the year 1911, the Jablonec entrepreneurs handed over taxes to the Habsburg monarchy of the same amount as all the Crown land of Dalmatia put together. At the end of the 20th century, the glass Jablonec nad Nisou also became the city of coinage - it is now the seat of the Czech Mint.

The coin, prepared by the German company Numiscom in cooperation with the Czech Mint and the Jizera company Glass Pesničák, consists of two parts. The first takes the form of a ring minted from two ounces of pure silver. The reverse side of the ring bears the inscription BOHEMIA GLASS and the decorative motif performed in the style of Cubism of Prague. The obverse of the ring is dedicated to the attributes of the issuer of the coin - the emblem of the Republic of Congo, the year of issue 2016 and the nominal value of 1000 FRANCS CFA. The center of the coin then consists of glass of red color with a motive, which is a typical example of the skill of North Bohemian glass makers.

Thanks to authentic workmanship, no two coins are the same. A part of each coin are a refined frame and a booklet in English, which tells the story of this unique issue.
275,00 €
Weight 0.5 g
Metal Gold .9999
Diameter 15.1 x 8.5 mm
Quality Proof like
Issuing Country: Solomon Islands
Year Date: 2020
Mintage: 7,500
Face Value: 10 Dollars

The reverse depicts each zodiac in a detailed paper cut optic against its individual star constellation.
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85,00 €
Weight 1 oz
Silver: 99.9%
Diameter: 50 mm
Quality Prooflike
Issuing Country: Barbados
Year Date: 2020
Special Feature: "Flawless Cut-Out" Minting Technique
Mintage: 7,500
Face Value: 5 Dollars
99,00 €
Country: Mongolia
Year; 2020
Face Value: 1000 Togrog
Metal; Silver .999
Weight; 2 oz
Size; 38.61 mm
Quality: Proof
Mintage; 888
Techniquesmartminting

CIT is very proud to introduce a coin honoring a very famous work of art! Fabergé Eggs are known as priceless treasures that were specifically made for Royalty and some of the wealthiest families in the world. 2020 marks the 100th Anniversary of the passing of Peter Carl Fabergé, a Russian jeweler that is best known for creating the famous Fabergé Eggs that were styled after the shape of Easter eggs.
One of his most famous works resides in the Liechtenstein Museum and is known as the Apple Blossom Egg. This Fabergé Egg was made for a very wealthy Russian industrialist named Alexander Kelch as a gift for his wife in 1901. It is one of the largest Fabergé Eggs ever made and one of the few that sits on its side instead of upright. The Egg is made out of stunning green jade, gold, silver, enamel, and precious diamonds.
CIT has utilized its world leading colorization techniques and combined them with its smartminting© high relief to produce a coin worthy of this cultural icon. This two ounce silver proof is also selectively gilded to capture the intricate Apple Trees that are made out of gold on the original Fabergé Egg. This proof is limited to only 888 pieces worldwide and will be presented in a custom presentation case that is in a shape of an egg.
While none of us will be able to own the original, you can own a piece of history by adding this to your collection!

Peter Carl Fabergé is a registrated trade mark of Fabergeé (UK) Limited (www.faberge.com) and is used with the consent of Fabergé (UK) Limited.”
215,00 € (4%)
225,00 €
Face Value: 10 cedi
Issuing Country: Ghana
Weight 50 g
Silver: 999
Diameter 50 mm
Quality: antique finish
Year Date: 2020
Mintage: 500

2020 marks the 500th anniversary of the death of a famous Italian painter and architect Raphael. Together with Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino was one of three undisputed masters at the apogee of High Renaissance.

In circa 1513-1514, this well-know artist created his masterpiece – the «Madonna Della Seggiola» painting. It portrays Mary embracing the child Christ, while the young John the Baptist devoutly watches. The coin is dedicated to this painting and perfectly depicts it. Thanks to the digital printing technique, it was managed to render the painting as realistic as possible. In 1858, Nathaniel Hawthorne called this painting "the most beautiful picture in the world" after having seen it through "a hundred engravings and copies".

A true masterpiece minted in fine silver!

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