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Polar Zone Germany 5€ 2021 commemorative coinwith polymer

25,00 €
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Materiall: CuNi25 / turquoise polymer / CuNi19
Weight: 9g Ø
Diameter: 27.25mm

This coin is the fourth of a five-part series: climate zones
The series began in 2017 with the edition "Tropical Zone" and ends in 2021 with a coin "Polar Zone". The color of the polymer rings made according to the prevailing climatic conditions of each zone based on the temperature-color scale: from hot (red) to cold (purple). Thus, a transparent polymer turquoise ring is provided for the issue "Subpolare Zone" in 2020. Each of the five mints Germany will shape the coin with a polymer ring in a different shade of turquoise. The total circulation of the coin should be 3.4 million pieces, of which 400,000 in the collector quality proof.
Issue 20th September 2020
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Diameter: 34 mm
Mintage: 10 000

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9,90 €
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Metal: Cu/NI
Diameter: 12 x 44 x 26,8 mm ; 1 x 65 mm
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Quality: Proof-like
Mintage: 18 888 coins

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259,00 €
Materiall: CuNi
Weight: 9g
Diameter: 26,9 mm
Mintage: 100 000

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12,90 €
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Weight: 28,28 g
Diameter: 38,61 mm
Quality Brilliant Uncirculated
Year: 2023

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25,00 €
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Alloy: Cupro-nickel
Weight: 15,8 g
Diameter: 34 mm
Quality Brilliant Uncirculated
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