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Floral Emblems of Canada. Pacific Dogwood. British Columbia Canada 3$ 2020 99,99% Silver Coloured Coin 7,96 g

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79,00 €
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Face value 3 dollars
Composition 99.99% pure silver
Finish reverse proof
Weight: 7.96 g
Diameter: 27 mm
Mintage 4,000

British Columbia's floral emblem isn't so much a flower, but a flowering tree– a unique trait that sets the Pacific dogwood apart from our other provincial and territorial blooms. The showy white flowers on our sixth Floral Emblems of Canada coin appear each spring, and occasionally in September too. The tree itself, Cornus nuttallii, is a four-season beauty that can grow as high as 18 metres. And while the flowering dogwood was a popular image in British Columbia prior to 1956, the Floral Emblem Act assured its position as the official symbol of Canada's westernmost province

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Weight: 1000 g (1 kilo)
Silver: 99,9%
Diameter: 56,7 mm
Face value: 1000 Francs
Antique finish
Mintage: 199 coins
Massive Spherial Shape


The coin has a wonderful spherical shape, has a beautiful design, has an Antique Finish quality and comes in a luxury case, along with the Certificate of Authenticity. Limited mintage to only 199 pcs worldwide.
2499,00 €
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Weight 157,6 g
Diameter; 65,25 mm
Mintage: 1250

Experience one of nature’s most delicate moments, as a monarch butterfly circles around an aster bloom.

What a joy to spot this splendid creature! Delicate and graceful, the gorgeous monarch butterfly flits from one plant to the next, dancing merrily through the sky in search of the perfect flower—like the standout bloom on this coin’s interactive reverse. A monarch butterfly may travel up to 5,000 kilometres during its two-way migration, an astounding feat for one so small and fragile! It truly is a wonder to observe, both in nature and on this fine silver movement coin, as it selects one special flower out of the millions it has passed over.

Tilt the coin to make the monarch fly–the moment is fleeting and full of magic.
Your coin’s reverse features two 3D elements that have each been cast in sterling silver (92.5% pure): a rose-gold plated aster flower, and a gold-plated monarch butterfly (this is the species’ first appearance on a movement coin).
Tilt the coin and watch as the gravity-activated monarch circles around the aster flower. Both feature an incredible number of details – just look at the monarch’s wing pattern.
799,00 €
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 €
Face Value: 10 Euro
Quality Proof
Diameter: 32.00 mm
Silver: 92,5%
Total Weight: 15.352 g

In England the peony is sometimes referred to as the ‘rose royale’ and the Chinese word for peony means ‘the most beautiful’. Peonies have been painted by many European artists and the opulent beauty of the peony has long been a popular subject in Chinese and Japanese literature, painting and decoration. A Chinese legend has it that a capricious empress commanded all the flowers in her garden to blossom at the same time. All acquiesced apart from the peony. Annoyed by the flower’s refusal, the empress banished it to the coldest reaches of the empire, yet despite the inhospitable environment, the peony thrived. The empress, duly impressed, allowed the peony to return, declaring it the ‘queen of all flowers’.
70,00 €
Quality: Uncirculated
Face Value: 10 Euro
Diameter: 32 mm
Material: Copper
Total Weight: 15 g
Mintage: 130 000
Without capsule


In England the peony is sometimes referred to as the ‘rose royale’ and the Chinese word for peony means ‘the most beautiful’. Peonies have been painted by many European artists and the opulent beauty of the peony has long been a popular subject in Chinese and Japanese literature, painting and decoration. A Chinese legend has it that a capricious empress commanded all the flowers in her garden to blossom at the same time. All acquiesced apart from the peony. Annoyed by the flower’s refusal, the empress banished it to the coldest reaches of the empire, yet despite the inhospitable environment, the peony thrived. The empress, duly impressed, allowed the peony to return, declaring it the ‘queen of all flowers’.
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