Noah´s Ark Solomon Islands 10$ 2021. 3 oz silver coin

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359,00 €
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Face value: 10 $
Issuing contry: Solomon Island
Weight: 3 oz
Silver: 99.9%
Dimentions: 60 x 42 mm
Mintage: 1614

NOAH‘S ARK
- Genuine olive wood from Armenia where Noah’s Ark was supposedly found!
- World’s first oval coin with wood inlay in a cut-out!
- Gold and white rhodium application with selective Chromonite colouring!

Noah’s Ark is mentioned in the biblical book Genesis, Chapter 6-9. Noah was chosen by God, who warned him that a high tide would be coming in soon. He was ordered to build an Ark, in order to save his family and to save all land animals by taking a pair of each of them aboard.
This one-of-a-kind 3 oz. coin with gold and white rhodium application is depicting the tale in great detail, using even original olive wood from Armenia, where the remains of Noah’s Ark were supposedly discovered
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Collection highlighting the UNESCO World heritage
Emblematic monuments all around the world

For more than 40 years, the UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization ) lists the sites that are part of the “world heritage cultural property sites”. Since 2007, Monnaie de Paris honours various monuments included in
this list in a series of collector coins. From 2019, this thematic is expanding one more time all over the world.

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