Masterpieces of the Museum - Salvador Dali - France -50€ 2021 99,9% Gold coin 7.78 g

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850,00 €
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Gold: 99,9%
Weight: 7.78 g
Face value: 50 €
Mintage 500

Monnaie de Paris pays tribute to the major masterpieces of French museums or having been painted in France.



The obverse represent Salvador Dali's famous masterpiece "The Persistence of Memory". The "Museum Masterpiece" stamp that defines this series has been added at the bottom right and blends with the work. In the background, the front of Beaubourg, where Salvador Dali has been the subject of several exhibitions, most recently in 2013, has been depicted. The name of the work and that of the artist also complete the decoration. The year 2021 appears on the left.



The reverse is common to the series. It depicts several views of many major French museums. An interior view of the Musée d’Orsay, on the top left, is recognizable by its distinctive clock. Beside that is a view of the façade of the Louvre as seen from the Napoleon courtyard where the pyramid is located. Below these two elements, a fresco shows the Hôtel Salé, which houses the Picasso Museum. The lower portion of the reverse side features a view of the façade of Hôtel Biron, the current Rodin Museum, and above, the famous Centre Pompidou stairway. The face value and the words “République Française” are also inscribed on the reverse side.

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Silver: 90%
Weight: 22,2 g
Face value: 10€
Mintage 3 000

Monnaie de Paris pays tribute to the major masterpieces of French museums or having been painted in France.



The obverse represent Salvador Dali's famous masterpiece "The Persistence of Memory". The "Museum Masterpiece" stamp that defines this series has been added at the bottom right and blends with the work. In the background, the front of Beaubourg, where Salvador Dali has been the subject of several exhibitions, most recently in 2013, has been depicted. The name of the work and that of the artist also complete the decoration. The year 2021 appears on the left.



The reverse is common to the series. It depicts several views of many major French museums. An interior view of the Musée d’Orsay, on the top left, is recognizable by its distinctive clock. Beside that is a view of the façade of the Louvre as seen from the Napoleon courtyard where the pyramid is located. Below these two elements, a fresco shows the Hôtel Salé, which houses the Picasso Museum. The lower portion of the reverse side features a view of the façade of Hôtel Biron, the current Rodin Museum, and above, the famous Centre Pompidou stairway. The face value and the words “République Française” are also inscribed on the reverse side.
95,00 €
Silver: 99,9%
Weight: 100 g
Face value: 50 €
Mintage 500
Monnaie de Paris pays tribute to the major masterpieces of French museums or having been painted in France.



The obverse represent Salvador Dali's famous masterpiece "The Persistence of Memory". The "Museum Masterpiece" stamp that defines this series has been added at the bottom right and blends with the work. In the background, the front of Beaubourg, where Salvador Dali has been the subject of several exhibitions, most recently in 2013, has been depicted. The name of the work and that of the artist also complete the decoration. The year 2021 appears on the left.



The reverse is common to the series. It depicts several views of many major French museums. An interior view of the Musée d’Orsay, on the top left, is recognizable by its distinctive clock. Beside that is a view of the façade of the Louvre as seen from the Napoleon courtyard where the pyramid is located. Below these two elements, a fresco shows the Hôtel Salé, which houses the Picasso Museum. The lower portion of the reverse side features a view of the façade of Hôtel Biron, the current Rodin Museum, and above, the famous Centre Pompidou stairway. The face value and the words “République Française” are also inscribed on the reverse side.

435,00 €
Silver: 90%
Weight: 22,2 g
Face value: 10€
Mintage 3 000

Monnaie de Paris pays tribute to the major masterpieces of French museums or having been painted in France.




The obverse of the coin shows a major part of the art work. The Van Gogh portrait is in close-up and appears on the right side of the coin. The below border of the painting features a view of the facade of Orsay Museum seem from the Seine, where the art work is kept. The title of the art work and the name of the artist are inscribed on the left part of the frame. The stamp « Chefs d’œuvre des Musées » has been added below the inscriptions on the left. The 2020 yeardate is visible below on the right of the artist’s portrait The reverse is common to the series, it shows a mix of some French museums views.

95,00 €
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Silver: 99.9%
Weight: 62,2 g
Diameter 70 mm
Maximum Mintage 500

A new series dedicated to vases, which are considered the most expensive and famous in the whole world.

The first coin from this series “Chinese Dragon” features a small blue and white dragon porcelain vase that was sold for just about £5million – barely in 500 times more than it was estimated! The dragon vase dates back to the Qianlong period. It contains an intricate dragon motif and is beautifully decorated with bands of plantain leaves, waves, as well as a cloud-collar at the waisted neck and broad shoulders. The sides are densely painted with six meticulously rendered five-clawed dragons portrayed emerging from crashing waves and flying amid stylized clouds and flames.

A magnificent coin featuring a porcelain inset in the shape of a vase that is an incredibly fine piece of Chinese porcelain!
269,00 €
Issuing Country: Solomon Islands
Weight 0.5 g
Gold .99,99%
Diameter: 11 mm
Year Date: 2020
Mintage: 5 000
Face Value: 10 Dollars

99,00 €
Issuing Country:Saint-Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha
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.

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.
3490,00 €
Face value: 200 €
Gold: 999‰
Year date: 2021
Weight: 31.104g
Mintage: 250
Diameter: 34.000mm

Celebrating US Independence History

• New technical feat High Relief on both sides

Starting in 2020, Monnaiede Paris will retrace the history of American Independence through a collectionof coins. The designs of the coins are directly inspired by historical productspublished by Monnaiede Paris: old medals from our archives. This sub-theme is part of the Great Dates of Humanity theme which began in 2019 with the fall of the Berlin Wall, the First Step on the Moon and the Dday.

In 2020, Monnaie de Paris began the series “History of US Independency" with the arrival of La Fayette in Boston. This year, we have decided to represent the arrival of Washington in Boston.

On the obverse, an undraped bust of George Washington facing right. Below the bust is the artist's name, "DuvivierParis F".

The engraving is taken from an old medalstruck by Monnaie de Paris, which gives the coin authenticity.
At the bottom of the coin is inscribed"COMITIA AMERICANA", which in Latin means "The American Congress". All around the coin, the inscription "GEORGIO WASHINGTONSVMPREMO DVCI EXERCITVVM ADSERTORI LIBERTATIS" is present, which can betranslated as "The American Congress to George Washington,General-in-Chief of the armies, the defender of freedom".

On the reverse side, we can see Washington, on Dorchester Heights, leading its four officers on horsebacktowards the city of Boston. To the right of the coin are a fort, cannons and cannonballs lying on the ground. Washington points to the British ships fleeingthe city.

At the top of the coin, the inscription"HOSTIBUS PRIMO FUGATIS" can be translated as "For the firsttime, the enemies are on the run »

At the bottom, we can see the inscription"BOSTONIUM RECUPERATUM / XVII MARTI / MDCCLXXVI" which can betranslated as "Boston taken over on March 17,1776".

The year 2021 as well as the Mintzmarkare visible at the bottom of the reverse.
3190,00 €
Coin Year; 2021
Denomination: $1
Finish: Frosted Uncirculated
Diameter: 42.70 mm x 24.70mm
Weight: 1/2oz
Silver: 99,9%
Mintage 10 000

The Tiger is the third of twelve signs in the Chinese Zodiac. According to legend the Jade Emperor invited the animals to race across a swift river, to determine their position in the zodiac. The confident Tiger was a likely contender to win, but kept getting swept downstream by the strong currents. Showing the determination and strength synonymous with those born under the sign, the Tiger finally made it a shore behind the Rat and Ox.
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