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Lunar Year of the Rabbit France 50€ 2023 99,9% Gold coin, 1/4 oz

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850,00 €
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Face value: 50 €
Gold: 99,9%
Diameter: 22 mm
Weight: 7,78 g
Mintage: 888

Surrounded by a circle with traditional Chinese motifs, a rabbit appears in the center of the face. Only the front part of the animal is revealed as if it came out of a door while advancing in our direction. The ideogram of the rabbit appears on the right of its representation. The year 2023 as well as the inscription "Year of the Rabbit" appear at the top, in the outermost circle.

On the reverse, we find all the animals of the Chinese zodiac distributed on a screen surrounding a traditional temple door. A complete cycle of the Chinese zodiac begins in 2018 and lasts until 2029. Each of these twelve years therefore highlights an animal from this calendar. The face value is visible at the top left and the mention "RF" is located on the door.
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Face value: 5 £
Gold: 99.99%
Weight: 31.100
Diameter: 32.00
Mintage: 250

Drawing it’s inspiration from the presence of Angels on Napoleon’s Death medal and his tomb at Les Invalids,

Napoleon Bonaparte was born on the island of Corsica in 1769. He is widely regarded as one of history’s great military minds, building an Empire that stretched across Europe before his defeat at Waterloo in 1815. He was exiled to St Helena, where he remained until his death in 1821.

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Silver: 99.9%
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Gold: 99,99%
Weight: 2 g
Dimentions: 11,5 x 19 mm
Mintage 1500

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