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Lunar Year of the Tiger 2022 Silvernote. Mongolia 100 Togrog 2021 99,9% silver, 5 g

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Country: Mongolia
Year: 2021
Face Value: 100 Togrog
Silver: 99.9%
Weight: 5 g
Size: 150x70 mm
Quality: Prooflike
Mintage: 5000

The pure silver banknote shows the charming tiger on a highly detailed five gram silver banknote. This special banknote shows wonderfully the contrast between the different silver finishes as well as the brilliant color that has been expertly applied. This note carries a Legal Tender denomination of 100 Togrog and is limited to only 5,000 pieces.
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Country: Palau
Year: 2024
Face Value: 1 Dollar
Gold .99-99%
Weight: 1 g
Size: 13.92 mm
Quality: Proof
Mintage: 2024

We could all use a lot of luck! By popular request, the 2024 silver edition is red gilded and accompanied by a 1 gram pure gold version. Who doesn’t need twice the luck? Gold or red gilded silver, as a collector coin, an investment, a good luck charm or a gift – the clover leaf coin is always a particularly charming eye-catcher! Did you know that since 2011, every single coin in this series has been fitted with a REAL four-leaf clover? Like all the previous issues we expect a fast sellout of both of these coins. Be quick and secure your own piece of luck!

In 1620, Sir John Melton made the first literary reference to clovers bringing good luck when he wrote “If a man walking in the fields find any four-leaved grass, he shall in a small while after find some good thing.” From there, the legend stuck. Our «Four Leaf Clover» series has not been around quite as long. Regardless, we proudly bring you our lucky silver and gold charms each year. This 2024 edition is beautifully adorned with elegant filigree floral ornaments.
159,00 €
Face value 1 £
Silver: 99,99%
Diameter: 38,6
Weight: 31,1 g
Mintage: 1821

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.

While Napoleon’s military cunning is undisputable, it is also believed that he carried a symbol of good luck with him, his own personal guardian angel.

The French Angel Coin first appeared in the late 18th Century. Its designer became suspected of revolutionary tendencies and was sentenced to death but somehow escaped the guillotine. Allegedly he bribed his captors with an Angel Coin, and it became known as a lucky charm. 19th Century French Naval Captains would refuse to sail without one in their purse, and even Napoleon was not beyond belief in the lucky Angel Coin. According to folklore he carried one in his pocket throughout his reign, only to fatefully lose it the day before his final defeat at Waterloo.
149,00 €
Country: Cook Island
Face value: 5 Dollars
Silver: 99,9%
Weight: 1 oz
Size: 59 x 27 mm
Quality: Antique finish
Mintage: 2500
Technique: smartminting® (Ultra High Relief)

What does a key mean for you? The symbolic range is extremely wide. At its heart, a key is an opener of locks. Whether it’s a door, a treasure chest, or the metaphorical heart, keys let us into unknown worlds and reveal secrets. In Eastern Europe keys were hung upside down over beds to ward off bad dreams. Jewish midwives used to give a key to a woman in labour to encourage safe delivery of the baby. Several cultures have buried their dead with keys to unlock the afterlife. The ancient Greeks saw keys as symbols of knowledge.

Today they are also traditionally given to graduates, and indeed anyone at the threshold to their next adventure. In modern romantic notion a key is often considered as “the key to my heart”. This is a love symbol much like the heart symbol. So whatever the occasion, thanks to the enhanced smartminting® technology you can use this 1 oz coin in antique finish to make your own meanings.
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Face Value: 5 Euro
Diameter: 28,5 mm
Copper: 99,9%
Total Weight: 8,5 g
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The likeable and intelligent domestic pig has been kept by humans for some 9,000 years. In present-day Austria, pork is still by far the most popular meat and plays a starring role in Austrian cuisine.

In former times, the pig was a symbol of plenty because it could sustain an entire family for a considerable amount of time. The popular Austrian expression ‘Schwein gehabt’ (literally ‘had pig’), meaning to be fortunate in one’s misfortune, is said to have been coined in the 16th century during times when people did not have enough to eat. The lucky ones were those who had at least one pig. Maybe the pig can be a sign of hope for us all in these troubled times, because something unforeseen and pleasant can happen even when there is no sign of light at the end of the tunnel. We wish you unexpectedly pleasant experiences in 2023 and hope that by the year’s end you too can say that you have had pig!

The obverse of the nine-sided coin shows the coats of arms of all nine of the provinces of Austria. The coin’s reverse features the head of a pig, its snout slightly raised above a crop of lucky four-leafed clovers. A pig and four-leafed clovers – two lucky symbols for the price of one!
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Weight 2 oz
Silver: 999
Diameter 33 x 45 mm
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Issuing Country: Niue
Year Date: 2024
Mintage: 1000

his collectible showcases the elusive short-eared owl, a species distinguished by its rounded ears and face, native to North America, Europe, and Asia. Adorned with diamond inserts to mimic its intense gaze and enhanced with gilded accents for added sophistication. The antique finish brings the intricate details to life, highlighting the natural charm of this wise bird.

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