"Spartan Helmet". Solomon Islands 10$ 2021. 99,9% silver coin with antique bronze finish, 300 g.

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739,00 €
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Weight: 300 g
Silver: 99.9%
Measures: 110 x 63,5 mm
Quality; Antique bronze finish
Issuing Country: Solomon Islands
Year Date: 2021
Mintage: 300
Face Value: 10 Dollars

Impressive 3D shape finished with Antique Bronze Finish

Weight and limitation are based on the epic battle of the 300 Spartans, that fought 2,500 years ago against the Persians in the Battle of Thermopylae!
The abrasion and damages from the legendary fights of the Spartans are incorporated into the design of the helmet.
The round shaped packaging constitutes the look of a Spartan shield.


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