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Nefertiti Bust Djibouti 299 Fr 2023 Antique Finish 3 oz 99,9% silver coin

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299,00 €
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Face value: 200 Francs
Weight: 3 oz
Silver: 99,9%
Diameter: 40 x 60 mm
Antique finish
Mintage: 1999 coins
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Face value: 2 $ (Tuvalu)
Weight: 2 oz(ca 62,2 g)
Silver: 99,99%
Diameter: 45,6 mm
Mintage: 2 500

Games were played by ancient civilisations as competitive recreation and represent one of humanity’s oldest forms of social interaction. Evidence for the existence of dice as throwable cubes with numbered sides indicates they were made in Egypt at least as early as 2000 BCE. The first known board game, The Royal Game of Ur, originated around 4,600 years ago in Mesopotamia. By the beginning of the 10th century, playing cards had been invented in China. Many traditional games, which have their roots in days long gone, have stood the test of time. Despite modern electronic alternatives, they offer entertaining group activities strongly associated with joyous times, including Christmas and summer vacations. Enjoyed by children and regarded with fondness by older generations, they continue to inspire happy and memorable family occasions. Firmly ingrained in our cultural practices while helping to develop mental agility and strategic thinking, old-style games are inexpensive, easy to master, and above all, fun.
279,00 €
Denomination: £5
Maximum Mintage: 550
Fine Silver 99.9 %
Weight 62.42 g
Diameter: 40 mm
Quality: Proof
Year 2021

It’s not often that a band will span generations, but The Who, with their explosive performances, have been a part of Britain’s soundtrack for more than 50 years. Together, groundbreaking lead guitarist Pete Townshend, microphone-twirling Roger Daltrey, John ‘The Ox’ Entwistle, and maverick drummer Keith Moon challenged genres, broke records and thrilled fans with their unique style.
299,00 €
Denomination: 5 £
Alloy: Cupper/Nickel
Weight: 28.28 g
Diameter: 38.61 mm
Year: 2021

The first coin in a collection honouring ten heraldic Royal Beasts
Celebrate the matrimonial union of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour
Commemorate the heraldic beasts of the Tudor dynasty

The first coin in the Royal Tudor Beasts Collection features the Seymour Panther, which was given to Jane Seymour by the king from the royal treasury of beasts. Depicted with flames coming out of its mouth and ears and known for its intoxicating fragrant breath, the fiery beast represents the union between a committed consort and a mighty monarch.
25,00 €
Country: Niue
Issuing year: 2022
Face Value: 1 $
Silver: 99,9%
Diameter: 38,6 mm
Weight: 1 oz / 31.1035 g
Mintage: 500
Special: With 24 carat gold plating

Commemorating the 90th anniversary of the Sidney Harbour Bridge. The Sydney Harbour Bridge spans a width of just over 48m and a total length of 1,149m – uniting Sydney’s CBD and North Shore. 52,800 tonnes of steel to be exact, construction began in 1923 and was completed 8 years later having used 272000 litres of paint! The four, 89-meter-high, pylons of the bridge used around 17,000 cubic meters of granite blocks quarried near the town of Moruya and transported to Sydney using specially built ships! Not camera shy, this famous landmark is visible from almost every corner of the city and is one of the most photographed examples of architecture in the world.
179,00 €
Country: Niue
Year: 2022
Face Value: 1 $
Silver: 99.9%
Weight: 31.1 g
Quality: Proof
Mintage: 1 000 pcs
Antique finish

We all had a childhood friend, right? The red-haired girl and best friend the playful monkey. This girl is always cheerful and invites us to immerse ourselves in the joy of daily discoveries, which we tend to forget when we become adults. Girl and her monkey like to go on fun child trips and learn new things and encounter new experiences every day. This coin can therefore be a perfect birthday present for a child, or a present to celebrate the start of a new academic year, or an original idea to celebrate a baptism.
179,00 €