Salvador Dali "Galatea of the Spheres" Spain 10 € 2021 92,5% silver coin. 27 gr

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99,00 €
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Face value: 10 €
Silver: 92,5%
Weight: 27 gr
Quality: Proof
Mintage: 5 000

This coin features the painting Galatea of the Spheres by Salvador Dalí made in 1952. It depicts Gala Dalí, Salvador Dalí's wife and muse, as pieced together through a series of spheres arranged in a continuous array.
  
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Silver: 99.9%
Weight; 155.5 g (5 oz)
Diameter; 65 mm
Quality: Proof
Mintage: 750 (pcs)


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Issuing Country: Ghana
Weight 50 g
Silver: 999
Diameter 50 mm
Quality: antique finish
Year Date: 2020
Mintage: 500

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In circa 1513-1514, this well-know artist created his masterpiece – the «Madonna Della Seggiola» painting. It portrays Mary embracing the child Christ, while the young John the Baptist devoutly watches. The coin is dedicated to this painting and perfectly depicts it. Thanks to the digital printing technique, it was managed to render the painting as realistic as possible. In 1858, Nathaniel Hawthorne called this painting "the most beautiful picture in the world" after having seen it through "a hundred engravings and copies".

A true masterpiece minted in fine silver!

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Country: Mongolia
Year; 2021
Face Value: 1000 Togrog
Metal; Silver .999
Weight; 2 oz
Size; 38.61 mm
Quality: Proof
Mintage; 888
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CIT is very proud to release the 2nd edition of 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. Last year for the 100th anniversary of Peter Carl Fabergé’s passing, we brought out the first Fabergé Egg which sold out very quickly.

This time the coin is dedicated to the famous Rose Trellis Egg which was created in Saint Petersburg under the supervision of Peter Carl Fabergé. Much of the work was done by his workmaster Henrik Wigström in 1907. The Rose Trellis Egg was a gift from Tsar Nicholas II to his wife, Alexandra Fedorovna commemorating the birth of their son. Each of Fabergé’s Imperial eggs contained a surprise, to delight the tsarevich. This particular egg hid a diamond necklace and an ivory miniature portrait of Alexandra Fedorovna framed in diamonds — unfortunately, these items are now lost to history.

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Silver: 99,9%
Diameter: 38,6 mm
Weight: 31,1 g

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Diameter: 38,6
Weight: 31,1 g
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Drawing it’s inspiration from the presence of Angels on Napoleon’s Death medal and his tomb at Les Invalids.

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