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Samoa Tree Hollow - Strix Aluco-Samoa 0,25$ 2023 Antique Finich copper coin, 47 g

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39,00 €
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Face value: Samoa 0,25$
Weight: 47 gr
Diameter: 40 mm
Mintage: 3 000

The tawny owl (Strix aluco), also called the brown owl, is commonly found in woodlands across Europe to western Siberia, and has seven recognized subspecies. It is a stocky, medium-sized owl, whose underparts are pale with dark streaks, and whose upper body may be either brown or grey. (In several subspecies, individuals may be of either color.) The tawny owl typically makes its nest in a tree hollow where it can protect its eggs and young against potential predators. It is non-migratory and highly territorial: as a result, when young birds grow up and leave the parental nest, if they cannot find a vacant territory to claim as their own, they will often starve
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Face value: Samoa 2$
Weight: 31,1 gr
Silver: 99,9%
Diameter: 32 mm
Mintage: 2000

The tawny owl (Strix aluco), also called the brown owl, is commonly found in woodlands across Europe to western Siberia, and has seven recognized subspecies. It is a stocky, medium-sized owl, whose underparts are pale with dark streaks, and whose upper body may be either brown or grey. (In several subspecies, individuals may be of either color.) The tawny owl typically makes its nest in a tree hollow where it can protect its eggs and young against potential predators. It is non-migratory and highly territorial: as a result, when young birds grow up and leave the parental nest, if they cannot find a vacant territory to claim as their own, they will often starve
169,00 €
Face Value: 2 Dollars
Weight 2 oz
Silver: 999
Diameter 33 x 45 mm
Quality Antique Finish
Issuing Country: Niue
Year Date: 2024
Mintage: 1000

his collectible showcases the elusive short-eared owl, a species distinguished by its rounded ears and face, native to North America, Europe, and Asia. Adorned with diamond inserts to mimic its intense gaze and enhanced with gilded accents for added sophistication. The antique finish brings the intricate details to life, highlighting the natural charm of this wise bird.

A perfect fusion of wildlife beauty and exquisite craftsmanship encapsulated in the 1 oz silver 'Short-eared Owl' coin.
199,00 €
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Country: Palau
Year: 2024
Face Value: 1 Dollar
Gold .99-99%
Weight: 1 g
Size: 13.92 mm
Quality: Proof
Mintage: 2024

We could all use a lot of luck! By popular request, the 2024 silver edition is red gilded and accompanied by a 1 gram pure gold version. Who doesn’t need twice the luck? Gold or red gilded silver, as a collector coin, an investment, a good luck charm or a gift – the clover leaf coin is always a particularly charming eye-catcher! Did you know that since 2011, every single coin in this series has been fitted with a REAL four-leaf clover? Like all the previous issues we expect a fast sellout of both of these coins. Be quick and secure your own piece of luck!

In 1620, Sir John Melton made the first literary reference to clovers bringing good luck when he wrote “If a man walking in the fields find any four-leaved grass, he shall in a small while after find some good thing.” From there, the legend stuck. Our «Four Leaf Clover» series has not been around quite as long. Regardless, we proudly bring you our lucky silver and gold charms each year. This 2024 edition is beautifully adorned with elegant filigree floral ornaments.
159,00 €
Face Value: 5 cedis
Issuing Country: Ghana
Weight 1 oz
Silver: 999
Diameter 50 mm
Quality: proof-like
Year Date: 2022
Mintage: 800
Add sacredness to your collection with this coin! It portrays a common basis in the majority of myths, religions and philosophy. The tree of Life is one of the uniting symbols for almost all religions of the earth. It is believed to hold the keys to immortality.

With the sacredness of the precious Swarovski crystal insert, this coin stands out in all collections. Your search for a divine relic ends with this coin in your possession because it represents and presents one of the core values of any religion or myth.
169,00 €
Face value: 0.2 $
Issuing country: Samoa
Weight: 25 g
Diameter: 40 mm

Scorpio is the second Mars sign, and the one that most relates to Ares: while the fiery aspects of Aries might relate to him to some extent, it’s the more emotional Scorpio that resonates closer to him and his primal nature. As the later Autumn sign, Scorpio is related to Winter’s start, and thus to sunset-like conditions: as the Sun dims, so does life. Scorpio is defined by it’s loyalty bordering on possessiveness, as well as a rather strong impulsive nature but consciously made subtle or even outright hidden. Ares displays a surprising amount of loyalty to his family, even when most of Olympus doesn’t like him very much, and while numerous, his affairs are occult, unlike Zeus’ or Apollo’s. This reflects water as darkness: driven by strong impulses, but with the element of mystery and hidden nature. Due to Scorpio’s vindictiveness and hidden nature, it is often considered the most malign of the signs, just as Ares is the most distrusted of the Olympians, but neither are “evil” and while unpleasant they are necessary for the inner workings of nature. Darkness is after all important to health in it’s Melatonin friendliness, especially when it’s connected to water.
35,00 €
Denomination: 0,25 €
Alloy: Cupro-nickel
Weight: 15,8 g
Diameter: 34 mm
Quality Brilliant Uncirculated
Year: 2024

Surrounded by plum blossom, a popular symbol in Chinese history, art, and lanterns, the dragon’s depiction appeals to children. The inscription 'Year of the dragon’ and the yeardate appear at the center of the coin. The ideogram of the dragon appears below. On the reverse side, all the animals of the Chinese zodiac are drawn in a cartoon-like way around the Ying and Yang symbol. A complete cycle of the Chinese zodiac will be composed from 2018 to 2029
9,90 €
Face value: 5 €
Diameter: 34 mm
Weight: 19.1 g
Metal: Brass
Mintage: 40,000

The black stork is an unmistakable bird species. The adult has mainly black plumage with white underparts, long coral red legs and a long pointed beak. The beak and eye areas are the same colour as the legs, and the black plumage has an intense greenish-purple sheen. Adults weigh between around 2.4 kg and 3.2 kg. Black storks are distributed throughout most of Europe and Asia, and most forest areas of Slovakia are nesting sites for these birds. They typically nest in mature deciduous and mixed forests, preferring areas with wetlands and watercourses where they can forage for food. They select large trees with strong horizontal branches and show high fidelity to breeding sites and nesting trees. The base of the nest is formed by thick branches, while the interior is lined with twigs, clumps of grass, lichens and moss. The female lays two to four eggs. Both parents feed the fledglings by regurgitating food onto the nest floor. Black storks feed on smaller fish, amphibians, insects, gastropods, small mammals and small birds. They migrate to wintering grounds mainly in August and September. In Slovakia, the black stork is a protected species.
Obverse:
The obverse of the euro collector coin depicts a black stork hunting on a body of water. In the background is a tree with a stork’s nest. An adult stork is depicted flying towards a chick in the nest, carrying food in its beak. On the upper left side is the Slovak coat of arms and, above it, the year of issuance ‘2023’. On the right side is the mint mark of the Kremnica Mint (Mincovňa Kremnica), consisting of the letters ‘MK’ placed between two dies. Inscribed along part of the right edge is the name of the issuing country ‘SLOVENSKO’.

Reverse:
The reverse design depicts a black stork taking flight. To the right of this image are the denomination ‘5’ and currency ‘EURO’, one above the other. In the lower part of the design, next to the stork’s legs, are the stylised initials ‘MŠ’, referring to the coin’s designer Marie Šeborová. Inscribed along the lower edge and separated by a medial dot are the Slovak and scientific names for the black stork: ‘BOCIAN ČIERNY’ and ‘CICONIA NIGRA’.
15,15 €