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Japan officcial coin set 2023 - Year of the Rabbit

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39,00 €
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This is a standard coin set including six brilliant uncirculated coins of Japan as well as a special medal featuring this year's oriental zodiac, the Rabbit
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The Annual Sets The Netherlands 2022 contain all eight denominations in different qualities and packaging.

As culture carriers and a means of communication, coins function as a sort of time capsules. The Annual Sets The Netherlands from 2022 are therefore linked to (inter)national and personal milestones of this year. In addition, from 2022 to 2025, the Annual Sets from the National Collection® are devoted to the four elements: earth, fire, air and water. After all, the elements are linked to the seasons that determine our annual rhythm. The series starts this year with the element “Earth”.
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The $2 Honouring Queen Elizabeth II coin is a solemn tribute to Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022),

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Diameter: 28 (mm)
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The $2 Honouring Queen Elizabeth II coin is a solemn tribute to Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022),
The coin features a black outer ring that surrounds the polar bear design on the reverse, and the effigy on the obverse, to form a symbol of mourning.

Every coin features a dated 2022 and bearing all the design elements of a standard $2 coin with the introduction of a black outer ring that surrounds the polar bear design on the reverse, and the effigy on the obverse, to form a symbol of mourning.
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The Mint of the Vatican City State presents the Vatican Coin Card N. 2, a blister card showing the Holy Father with a 1 euro coin bearing the date 2023
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Acceding to the British throne on 8 September 2022 following the passing of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, His Majesty King Charles III now becomes part of numismatic history as The Royal Mint prepare to unveil the first definitive coins of the monarch’s reign, complete with eight new reverse designs.

The first definitive coins of His Majesty The King’s reign mark a milestone year in UK history. On 6 May 2023, the coronation of King Charles III took place at Westminster Abbey, a national event of celebration that came in the same year as His Majesty’s upcoming 75th birthday. These definitive UK coins feature the official coinage portrait of The King and embody the transition to a new reign and new Carolean era.

As the new definitive coins of the United Kingdom, the reverse designs take inspiration from the UK’s four nations and reflect some of His Majesty’s passions; they have also received The King’s personal approval. Soon, these contemporary designs will be familiar to millions of people in the UK and around the world.
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