San Marino 1€ 2019

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Second series: The Second Tower features on the €1 coin.
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First series: The 1, 2 and 5-cent coins show the Third Tower (Montale), the Statue of Liberty and the First Tower (Guaita) respectively.
7,00 €
Second series: The 50-cent coin shows the portrait of Saint Marino, detail of a painting by Emilio Retrosi.
4,00 €
Second series: The portrait of Saint Marino, detail of a painting by Giovan Battista Urbinelli, is shown on this coin.
7,00 €
Official Coin set Brilliant Uncirculated with 9 coins: from 1 cent to 2 euro + 5 Euro Silver coin dedicated to “Caravaggio”.
85,00 €
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Second series: Mount Titano with the three Towers is depicted on this coin.
3,00 €
Weight 220 g
Metal Copper
Purity .999
Diameter 60 x 60 mm
Quality Antique Finish
Issuing Country Samoa
Year Date 2020
Special Feature
3D
Mintage 600
Face Value 1/2Dollars

2020 is the 600th anniversary of foundation of the Forbidden City. To commemorate this special historical moment, Samoa has honored launched the most distinctive Chinese-style architectural structure -- the Forbidden City Caisson ceiling commemorative copper coin. The Taihe Palace of the Forbidden City is located in the center of the Forbidden City, it is the first of the three palaces. The exquisite coiled dragon caisson ceiling in the hall is China's most imperial building structure. The caisson ceiling of Taihe Palace is located in the middle of the main hall. It is divided into upper, middle and lower layers. The upper one is round caisson, the lower one is square caisson, and the middle is octagonal caisson. This design embodies China's traditional saying of "Heaven above and on earth" and "round sky and square earth". There is a golden dragon carved that bow and look down from caisson celling, with a Hsuan-yuen mirror in mouth,the carving is fine. It contrasts with the golden dragon on the giant pillar in the hall, which further highlights the solemnity and luxury of the imperial palace.

Limited mintage to 600 pieces worldwide.
159,00 €
1 euro in coincard with a 0,95 euro stamp.
ISSUE DATE: 6th JUNE 2019
The coincard is composed of the € 0,95 stamp, issued in 2017 from the “Europa Castelli” postal series, which represents the Second Tower and the € 1,00 coin of 2019.
19,00 €
Denomination: 2 £
Maximum Coin Mintage: Unlimited
Alloy: Inner: Cupro-nickel. Outer:Nickel-brass
Weight: 12.00 g
Diameter: 28.40mm
Year 2020

The first time the Queen of Crime has been honoured on an official UK coin
The reverse design cleverly features a missing puzzle piece, which is symbolic of a Christie narrative
The edge inscription bears the iconic phrase ‘LITTLE GREY CELLS’, first used by the character Hercule Poirot in The Mysterious Affair at Styles
Features special display packaging created specifically for the Brilliant Uncirculated edition
Take part in your own Christie mystery and hunt for hidden clues and surprises in the packaging
25,00 €
Canada’s Coat of Arms turns 100. Proclaimed by King George V in 1921, Canada’s Coat of Arms first appeared on the 50 cent coin in 1937. Today, the 50 cent coin is an annual issue that is rarely found in circulation, but its limited mintage and heraldic art make it a favourite among collectors.
Country Canada

Metal: Cupper/Nickel
Weight: 6,9 g
Diameter: 27.13 (mm)
Quality: Unc

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Canada's Coat of Arms with this 50 cent coin. Modern reproductions of the very first coin to feature Canada nation's coat of arms: the 50-cent coin issued in 1937. With a historic effigy on the obverse, and an early version of the coat of arms on the reverse, each coin represents history. It's our way of paying tribute to a 100-year-old emblem that has a place of honour on Canada's coins.


The original coat of arms coin design from 1937.
Canada's coay of arms turns 100. This coin is modern reproductions of the 50-cent coin issued in 1937. It was the first coin to feature Canada's Coat of Arms, which was originally adopted 100 years ago (1921) by proclamation of King George V.
Just like the 50-cent coin issued in 1937, the coin feature the effigy of King George VI by T. H. Paget and a pre-1947 inscription.

Your coins feature G. E. Kruger Gray's simplified version of Canada's Coat of Arms that first appeared on the 50-cent circulation coin in 1937. Each obverse features the historic effigy of King George VI by T. H. Paget and the inscription "GEORGIVS VI:G:REX ET IND:IMP" (George VI, by the grace of God, King and Emperor of India), as seen on all Canadian coins issued that year.

Did you know?
Adopted by proclamation of King George V in 1921, the Arms of Canada first appeared on the 50-cent coin in 1937. Seen here, the original design was a simplified version that remained in use until 1959, when it was replaced by Thomas Shingles' modified coat of arms.
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