Peter Carl Fabergé – 100th Anniversary Mongolia 1000 Togrog 2020 selectively gilded 99,9% silver coin 2oz

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Country: Mongolia
Year; 2020
Face Value: 1000 Togrog
Metal; Silver .999
Weight; 2 oz
Size; 38.61 mm
Quality: Proof
Mintage; 888
Techniquesmartminting

CIT is very proud to introduce a coin honoring a very famous work of art! Fabergé Eggs are known as priceless treasures that were specifically made for Royalty and some of the wealthiest families in the world. 2020 marks the 100th Anniversary of the passing of Peter Carl Fabergé, a Russian jeweler that is best known for creating the famous Fabergé Eggs that were styled after the shape of Easter eggs.
One of his most famous works resides in the Liechtenstein Museum and is known as the Apple Blossom Egg. This Fabergé Egg was made for a very wealthy Russian industrialist named Alexander Kelch as a gift for his wife in 1901. It is one of the largest Fabergé Eggs ever made and one of the few that sits on its side instead of upright. The Egg is made out of stunning green jade, gold, silver, enamel, and precious diamonds.
CIT has utilized its world leading colorization techniques and combined them with its smartminting© high relief to produce a coin worthy of this cultural icon. This two ounce silver proof is also selectively gilded to capture the intricate Apple Trees that are made out of gold on the original Fabergé Egg. This proof is limited to only 888 pieces worldwide and will be presented in a custom presentation case that is in a shape of an egg.
While none of us will be able to own the original, you can own a piece of history by adding this to your collection!

Peter Carl Fabergé is a registrated trade mark of Fabergeé (UK) Limited (www.faberge.com) and is used with the consent of Fabergé (UK) Limited.”

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Nominal value 5 $
Silver: 99.9%
Weight: 16,81 g
Maximum Mintage 499
Dimentions: 292 x 38 mm
Finish: Proof

This incredible silver coin is the third issue from the “Fabergé Eggs” series. It depicts “Rose Trellis Egg” – a gift to Empress Alexandra Fedorovna, which was created in 1907.

“Rose Trellis Egg” has been executed in a sentimental style. Vining roses constitute the main decorative motif of the egg, which alludes to the pastime enjoyed by the Empress, who used to surround herself with flowers in bloom. The coin is inspired by the jubilee piece of art. It is created from the finest silver. The “Rose Trellis Egg” coin is created in the shape of an egg and is decorated with digital printing.

The reverse of the coin is made in a sentimental style and features a beautiful “Rose Trellis Egg”. The obverse of the coin represents the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II surrounded by an intricate design. It comes in an elegant case together with the Certificate of Authenticity. The mintage is limited to only 499 pieces for global distribution.

A dream of every collector who is fond of luxurious items! A great gift for the connoisseur of art and beautiful items! A true symbol of prestige and luxury!
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