Raphael 500 years. Solomon Islands 10$ 2020 99,99% Gold Coin 0,5 g

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99,00 €
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Issuing Country: Solomon Islands
Weight 0.5 g
Gold .99,99%
Diameter: 11 mm
Year Date: 2020
Mintage: 5 000
Face Value: 10 Dollars

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Year: 2020
Face Value: 100 Togrog
Silver: 99.9%
Weight: 5 g
Size: 150x70 mm
Quality: Prooflike
Mintage: 5000
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Weight 0.5 g
Metal Gold .9999
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Issuing Country: Solomon Islands
Year Date: 2020
Mintage: 7,500
Face Value: 10 Dollars

The reverse depicts each zodiac in a detailed paper cut optic against its individual star constellation.
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Gold: 99,9%
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Country: Mongolia
Year: 2021
Face Value: 100 Togrog
Silver: 99.9%
Weight: 5 g
Size: 150x70 mm
Quality: Prooflike
Mintage: 5000

The pure silver banknote shows the charming tiger on a highly detailed five gram silver banknote. This special banknote shows wonderfully the contrast between the different silver finishes as well as the brilliant color that has been expertly applied. This note carries a Legal Tender denomination of 100 Togrog and is limited to only 5,000 pieces.
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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.
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