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The 40th anniversary of the Mixico silver Libertad bullion coin bar set 2022

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299,00 €
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A 1 oz silver Libertad bullion coin integrated in a 2 oz pure silver coin bar
Perfect fusion of the design from coin to bar!
Set comes in magnetic holder and specially labelled leatherette and wooden box!

Issuing country; Mexico
Weight: 2 oz + 1 oz
Silver: 99,9%
Measures; 50 x 80 mm
Quality: Reverse Proof
Mintage; 2022 individually numbered
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Turn your coin into wearable jewelry!

With this easy-to-use kit, transform your favourite 27 mm diameter coin into a pendant necklace!

An ideal gift for someone special.

Designed for 27 mm coins only
Made from sterling (92.5% silver) silver
Includes an 18 inch nickel-plated snake necklace
Includes a two-headed Phillips and flat Torpedo modern precision screwdriver

Your kit arrives packaged in a black velvet pouch.
49,00 €
Face value 1 £
Silver: 99,99%
Diameter: 38,6
Weight: 31,1 g
Mintage: 1821

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.
149,00 €
Silver: 99,9%
Weight: 100 g
Face value: 50 €
Mintage 500
Monnaie de Paris pays tribute to the major masterpieces of French museums or having been painted in France.



The obverse represent Salvador Dali's famous masterpiece "The Persistence of Memory". The "Museum Masterpiece" stamp that defines this series has been added at the bottom right and blends with the work. In the background, the front of Beaubourg, where Salvador Dali has been the subject of several exhibitions, most recently in 2013, has been depicted. The name of the work and that of the artist also complete the decoration. The year 2021 appears on the left.



The reverse is common to the series. It depicts several views of many major French museums. An interior view of the Musée d’Orsay, on the top left, is recognizable by its distinctive clock. Beside that is a view of the façade of the Louvre as seen from the Napoleon courtyard where the pyramid is located. Below these two elements, a fresco shows the Hôtel Salé, which houses the Picasso Museum. The lower portion of the reverse side features a view of the façade of Hôtel Biron, the current Rodin Museum, and above, the famous Centre Pompidou stairway. The face value and the words “République Française” are also inscribed on the reverse side.

399,00 €
Face value 1 £
Silver: 99,99%
Diameter: 38,6
Weight: 31,1 g
Mintage: 750

Truth, the principle of being and acting truthfully. The allegorical personification of Truth is depicted as a glad-winged figure, holding a mirror in her right arm, symbolic of self-truth. Between her stands a child bearing a palm-branch, whom she comforts demonstrating the role of us all to protect the innocent.

Taking its inspiration from the allegorical figure of the virtue of Truth as depicted on the Victoria Memorial situated outside Buckingham Palace, our second design in the series features the words

VINCIT OMNIA VERITAS
(Truth Conquers All)

Presented in luxury presentation case with information booklet and numbered certificate of authenticity
199,00 €
Face value: 1 $Fiji
Silver: 99.9%
Total weight: 37,4 g (21,4 g silver)
Mintage: 5,000

Japanese cranes are strictly monogamous. Once they become mates, they can maintain their marriage for life. Therefore, in Japan and other countries, Japanese cranes are regarded as a symbol of monogamous love. Male and female in pairs, intimate, together foraging, or standing together in pairs, inseparable, In the breeding season, the male and female pairs spread their wings and draw their necks and dance lightly. The graceful dancing posture is fascinating. The text on the outer ring quotes famous Japanese poet Kiyohara no Motosuke "Today the tears are full of sleeves, still think mutually firm. Love is like a wave that swallows the pine mountains" --Mibu no Tadami "I fall in love,The rumor already Goes around.Though I began to Give my heart to her secretly. Love is not known, this desire alone dark acacia"
129,00 €