FB_500x500pxl_2.jpg (937 KB)

Bumblebee Nature Architects 2 oz Antique finish Silver Coin 10 Cedis Republic of Ghana 2023

Unit: tk
Price:
299,00 €
Qty.: - +
Face value: 10 sedi
Silver: 99.9%
Weight: 62,2 g
Diameter 45 mm
Maximum Mintage 500

They might seem small, but bumblebees transport the future of the world on their wings! Hairier and stronger than other insects they carry and spread more pollen, something vital for the planet. Here we see two around a gilded flower, a treasure for all living organisms. The value of this coin is more than material, acquiring it would be a reminder of our inner power: taking care of even the smallest beings, after all, everyone has a hidden mission to be thankful for.
Sarnased tooted
Materiall: CuNi
Weight: 9g
Diameter: 26,9 mm
Mintage: 100 000


The German government has decided to mint a €5 collectors’ coin entitled “Red mason bee”, to be issed at 7 September 2023. It is the fourth 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 “Red mason bee” is made of a cupronickel alloy. It weighs 9.68 g, measures 27.25 mm 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 Claudius Riedmiller, an artist based in Stuttgart (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 2023, the twelve stars of Europe and the letter “D” for the State Mint of Munich.

Its smooth edge is engraved with the inscription: “WUNDERWELT INSEKTEN” (WONDERFUL WORLD OF INSECTS)

12,90 €
Face Value: 5 Dollar
Weight 62,2 g
Silver: 999
Diameter 50 mm
Quality: Antique finish, selective gilding and copper plating
Issuing Country: Niue
Year Date: 2023
Mintage: 500

The bee is portrayed to reflect its diverse qualities. It is a metal bee that symbolizes current technologies and their coldness and resistance. Furthermore, metal underlines the hard and long work of bees. The steampunk style makes the appearance of this bee unusual, and this is also emphasized by the vintage decorative elements on the coin.
299,00 €
Quality: Special Uncirculated
Face Value: 5 Euro
Diameter: 28,5 mm
Copper: 99,9%
Total Weight: 8,5 g
Mintage: 50 000
Comes without packaging

Why talk when you can dance instead? That’s how bees communicate. Their ‘waggle dance’ is a wonderful phenomenon and one that not only bees themselves benefit from. Other living creatures, including humans, do so too, because bees are a vital part of our ecosystem: their welfare is our welfare.

In the early 20th century, the unusual behaviour of honeybees piqued the curiosity of behavioural scientist Karl von Frisch (1886–1982), who grew up in Vienna. He was intrigued by the way the insects sometimes move in circles and perform a figure of-eight ‘waggle dance’. In time, von Frisch discovered that when doing so, bees are in fact ‘speaking’ a dance language to the other members of their hive to show them where they can find pollen and nectar. Although originally disputed by other scientists, von Frisch’s theory eventually earned him the Nobel Prize in 1973.

The ‘round dance’, in which bees walks in a circle, turn around, then walk the same circle in the opposite direction, tells watching bees that there are flowers with pollen in the immediate vicinity of the hive. When the food source is further away, the waggle dance tells the watching bees how far it is and in which direction they can find it. A representation of the waggle dance is shown in the background on the coin’s reverse, behind a bee in flight and above a decorative honeycomb deign. The obverse of the nine-sided coin shows the coats of arms of all the provinces of Austria. Not just for nature lovers, whether in copper or silver, Waggle Dance makes for a great spring or Easter gift.
In the early 20th century, the unusual behavior of honey bees piqued the curiosity of behavioral scientist Karl von Frisch (1886–1982), who grew up in Vienna. He was intrigued by the way the insects sometimes move in circles and perform a figure-of-eight ‘waggle dance’. In time, von Frisch discovered that when doing so, bees are in fact ‘speaking’ a dance language to the other members of their hive to show them where they can find pollen and nectar. Although originally disputed by other scientists, von Frisch’s theory eventually earned him the Nobel Prize in 1973 for achievements in comparative behavioural physiology and pioneering work in communication between insects. It is not just bees themselves that benefit from this wonderful phenomenon, as other living creatures, including humans, do so too. Honey bees, wild bees and bumble bees are a vital part of the ecosystem: their welfare is our welfare.
19,00 €
Face value: 5 €
Diameter: 34 mm
Weight: 19.1 g
Metal: Brass
Mintage: 45,000

The first coin from the series “Fauna and Flora of Slovakia”.

Bees are a social insect characterized by division of labor, collective care for their offspring, and the ability to survive adverse periods through colony thermoregulation and stockpiling.

The obverse of the coin depicts three bees on a honeycomb, the lower right part of which is covered with the coat of arms of Slovakia. Also indicated is the name of the issuing state “SLOVENSKO”, the year of issue of the coin, the mark of the Kremnica mint, consisting of the letters “MK” and the letter “KL” (initials of the coin designer Karol Lichko)

The reverse depicts two flowers, the largest of which is a bee. The denomination of the coin is indicated at the top. Below – the theme of the coin – “včela medonosná” (“honey bee”).

14,90 €
Similar products
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 €
Silver: 90%
Weight: 22,2 g
Face value: 10 €
Mintage 2 000

Monnaiede Paris collaborates with a French house and creates, every year, a unique series inspired by two traditions of fine French craftsmanship. In 2020, Monnaie de Paris celebrates Berluti, specialized in patinated leather shoes work for 125 years.

The coins of this collection transcribe the craft of the shoe through the trace of steps. The Berluti emblemis revealed at the heart of the creation. The iron of the heel protecting thesole is adorned with the House's Scritto,a tribute to the calligraphy and know-how of the House.

The obverse of this coin represents the heel of the shoe. The Berluti emblem is revealed at the heart of the creation. The iron of the heel protecting the sole is adorned with the House's Scritto,a tribute to the calligraphy and know-how of the House. The bottom of the heelis adorned with a checkerboard with the Berluti coat of arms. The words"125 years" echo the anniversary celebrated by the House in 2020.

The reverse represents the nails, numbering 125, marking the 125 years of the House. The footsteps evoke not only the trace but also the road that leads to the Berluti House. The face value, the mintage and the engravings are also visible on this reverse.
99,00 €
Face value: Niue 1$
Silver: 99.9%
Size: 36 x 35,5 mm
Weight: 15,5 g
Mintage: 3,000

Fall in love at kiss silver coin will be a series of products. According to the different countries of boys and girls' clothing as features, by boys and girls after kissing love as the theme. The first coin in the series is traditional Chinese garments, deliver the sweetness of love. The most romantic thing in the world is that I like you, and you just like me.
99,00 €
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 €
Face value: 1 $Fiji
Silver: 99.9%
Total weight: 37,4 g (21,4 g silver)
Mintage: 5,000

Japanese cranes are strictly monogamous. Once they become mates, they can maintain their marriage for life. Therefore, in Japan and other countries, Japanese cranes are regarded as a symbol of monogamous love. Male and female in pairs, intimate, together foraging, or standing together in pairs, inseparable, In the breeding season, the male and female pairs spread their wings and draw their necks and dance lightly. The graceful dancing posture is fascinating. The text on the outer ring quotes famous Japanese poet Kiyohara no Motosuke "Today the tears are full of sleeves, still think mutually firm. Love is like a wave that swallows the pine mountains" --Mibu no Tadami "I fall in love,The rumor already Goes around.Though I began to Give my heart to her secretly. Love is not known, this desire alone dark acacia"
129,00 €