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The Marigold - Austria 10€ 2022 92,5% silvecoin, 15 5 g

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59,00 €
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Face Value: 10 Euro
Diameter: 32 mm
Silver: 92,5%
Total Weight: 15,56 g
Quality: Uncirculated
Mintage: 30 000

As marigolds turn their heads to follow the trajectory of the sun from east to west, they suggest things are moving forward. Combined with their bright colours, this has led to meanings of joy, gratitude, warmth, affection, peace, protection, contentment and understanding. It’s little wonder that some people refer to the third flower in the Language of Flowers series as ‘the sunshine herb’.

Marigolds encompass numerous plants from entirely different species, the two most common being Calendula and Tagetes. They both belong to the Asteraceae family, are easily mistaken for one another and have many common properties. Conveniently, the two species also have the same basic meanings in the language of flowers, many of which focus on positivity and patience. With their golden hues and positive energy, marigolds are said to bring light into any situation and have the ability to illuminate and guide us when faced with challenges.

Their strong connection with the sun means that marigolds are also associated with heat, passion, sex and love. Apparently, both Calendula and Tagetes can be used in spells relating to passion, creativity and warmth and have also been used in love potions and spells to maintain devotion for the long term. Marigolds also have multiple culinary uses and health benefits, and these cheerful, exceptionally long-flowering and easy-to-grow flowers are perfect for brightening our gardens and homes.

Symbolising positivity, the coin’s obverse shows a young woman with her eyes closed and flowers in her hair enjoying the scent of a marigold. Next to an ornamental side image of a marigold, the reverse of the coin features a pair of marigolds, both of which are imprints of real flowers.
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Face Value: 10 Euro
Diameter: 32 mm
Silver: 92,5%
Total Weight: 15,56 g
Quality: Uncirculated
Mintage: 30 000

As marigolds turn their heads to follow the trajectory of the sun from east to west, they suggest things are moving forward. Combined with their bright colours, this has led to meanings of joy, gratitude, warmth, affection, peace, protection, contentment and understanding. It’s little wonder that some people refer to the third flower in the Language of Flowers series as ‘the sunshine herb’.

Marigolds encompass numerous plants from entirely different species, the two most common being Calendula and Tagetes. They both belong to the Asteraceae family, are easily mistaken for one another and have many common properties. Conveniently, the two species also have the same basic meanings in the language of flowers, many of which focus on positivity and patience. With their golden hues and positive energy, marigolds are said to bring light into any situation and have the ability to illuminate and guide us when faced with challenges.

Their strong connection with the sun means that marigolds are also associated with heat, passion, sex and love. Apparently, both Calendula and Tagetes can be used in spells relating to passion, creativity and warmth and have also been used in love potions and spells to maintain devotion for the long term. Marigolds also have multiple culinary uses and health benefits, and these cheerful, exceptionally long-flowering and easy-to-grow flowers are perfect for brightening our gardens and homes.

Symbolising positivity, the coin’s obverse shows a young woman with her eyes closed and flowers in her hair enjoying the scent of a marigold. Next to an ornamental side image of a marigold, the reverse of the coin features a pair of marigolds, both of which are imprints of real flowers.
70,00 €
Face Value: 10 Euro
Quality Proof
Diameter: 32.00 mm
Silver: 92,5%
Total Weight: 15.352 g

Packaging Comes in a case complete with a numbered certificate of authenticity and protective slipcase

As its name implies, the forget-me-not signifies ‘remember me’ in the language of flowers. But alongside other literal meanings of its common name, the forget-me-not is also a symbol of profound love, remembrance, fidelity and constancy. Giving the flowers at the start of an illicit love affair could be a discreet way to convey a need for trust and confidentiality. Although passionate and romantic love are important elements of their meaning, forget-me-nots can signify deep friendship and familial love as well. In addition, forget-me-nots can be used to convey that the bonds of true love transcend time and space and will continue to exist despite physical separation and even death. Each spring forget-me-nots create a delightful froth of intense blue flowers are a particularly welcome sight when not much else is in bloom. Unlike many other symbolic meanings associated with flowers, those of the forget-me-not have endured – rather like the timeless love and constancy they convey.
70,00 €
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Face Value: 10 Euro
Quality Proof
Diameter: 32.00 mm
Silver: 92,5%
Total Weight: 15.352 g

Packaging Comes in a case complete with a numbered certificate of authenticity and protective slipcase

As its name implies, the forget-me-not signifies ‘remember me’ in the language of flowers. But alongside other literal meanings of its common name, the forget-me-not is also a symbol of profound love, remembrance, fidelity and constancy. Giving the flowers at the start of an illicit love affair could be a discreet way to convey a need for trust and confidentiality. Although passionate and romantic love are important elements of their meaning, forget-me-nots can signify deep friendship and familial love as well. In addition, forget-me-nots can be used to convey that the bonds of true love transcend time and space and will continue to exist despite physical separation and even death. Each spring forget-me-nots create a delightful froth of intense blue flowers are a particularly welcome sight when not much else is in bloom. Unlike many other symbolic meanings associated with flowers, those of the forget-me-not have endured – rather like the timeless love and constancy they convey.
70,00 €
Face Value: 10 Euro
Quality Proof
Diameter: 32.00 mm
Silver: 92,5%
Total Weight: 15.352 g

Packaging Comes in a case complete with a numbered certificate of authenticity and protective slipcase
Like all the coins in The Language of Flowers series, The Chamomile features an imprint of real flowers. Faithful to the tiniest detail, they are pressed using a special technique that captures them in their natural state. In the language of flowers, chamomile signifies ‘strength in difficult situations’ and ‘energy in adversity”. This makes perfect sense given chamomile’s numerous healing and magical properties, uplifting scent and delightful daisy-like flowers.

Known to the ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans and used for centuries to heal a wide range of maladies, chamomile was believed by the Anglo-Saxons to be one of nine sacred herbs with special powers to fend off illness and evil. This unassuming yet powerful herb has a history of use in magic spells for peace, purification, protection and self-esteem. It is also said to have magical abilities to attract luck, love and prosperity and to release the pain of lost love and help people let go of grudges, guilt and anger. Humans are not alone in enjoying the many benefits of chamomile, as the beautifully scented, easy-growing herb is also known as the ‘plant doctor’ and if placed next to ailing or weak plants is thought to help strengthen them.

Next to an ornamental side image of chamomiles, which is stylishly printed in colour, the coin’s reverse features imprints of real chamomiles in bloom. On the coin’s obverse, chamomile flowers adorn the hair of a determined-looking young woman who symbolises vitality. On her shoulder sits a phoenix, a mythical bird that has stood for renewal and rebirth since ancient times. Beyond her the silhouette of a spear is visible.
70,00 €
Quality: Uncirculated
Face Value: 10 Euro
Diameter: 32 mm
Material: Copper
Total Weight: 15 g
Mintage: 130 000
Without capsule


As its name implies, the forget-me-not signifies ‘remember me’ in the language of flowers. But alongside other literal meanings of its common name, the forget-me-not is also a symbol of profound love, remembrance, fidelity and constancy. Giving the flowers at the start of an illicit love affair could be a discreet way to convey a need for trust and confidentiality. Although passionate and romantic love are important elements of their meaning, forget-me-nots can signify deep friendship and familial love as well. In addition, forget-me-nots can be used to convey that the bonds of true love transcend time and space and will continue to exist despite physical separation and even death. Each spring forget-me-nots create a delightful froth of intense blue flowers are a particularly welcome sight when not much else is in bloom. Unlike many other symbolic meanings associated with flowers, those of the forget-me-not have endured – rather like the timeless love and constancy they convey.
25,00 €
Quality: Uncirculated
Face Value: 10 Euro
Diameter: 32 mm
Material: Copper
Total Weight: 15 g
Mintage: 130 000
Without capsule


In England the peony is sometimes referred to as the ‘rose royale’ and the Chinese word for peony means ‘the most beautiful’. Peonies have been painted by many European artists and the opulent beauty of the peony has long been a popular subject in Chinese and Japanese literature, painting and decoration. A Chinese legend has it that a capricious empress commanded all the flowers in her garden to blossom at the same time. All acquiesced apart from the peony. Annoyed by the flower’s refusal, the empress banished it to the coldest reaches of the empire, yet despite the inhospitable environment, the peony thrived. The empress, duly impressed, allowed the peony to return, declaring it the ‘queen of all flowers’.
25,00 €
Face Value: 10 Euro
Quality Proof
Diameter: 32.00 mm
Silver: 92,5%
Total Weight: 15.352 g

In England the peony is sometimes referred to as the ‘rose royale’ and the Chinese word for peony means ‘the most beautiful’. Peonies have been painted by many European artists and the opulent beauty of the peony has long been a popular subject in Chinese and Japanese literature, painting and decoration. A Chinese legend has it that a capricious empress commanded all the flowers in her garden to blossom at the same time. All acquiesced apart from the peony. Annoyed by the flower’s refusal, the empress banished it to the coldest reaches of the empire, yet despite the inhospitable environment, the peony thrived. The empress, duly impressed, allowed the peony to return, declaring it the ‘queen of all flowers’.
70,00 €
Face Value: 10 Euro
Diameter: 32 mm
Silver: 92,5%
Total Weight: 15,56 g
Quality: Uncirculated
Mintage: 30 000

As marigolds turn their heads to follow the trajectory of the sun from east to west, they suggest things are moving forward. Combined with their bright colours, this has led to meanings of joy, gratitude, warmth, affection, peace, protection, contentment and understanding. It’s little wonder that some people refer to the third flower in the Language of Flowers series as ‘the sunshine herb’.

Marigolds encompass numerous plants from entirely different species, the two most common being Calendula and Tagetes. They both belong to the Asteraceae family, are easily mistaken for one another and have many common properties. Conveniently, the two species also have the same basic meanings in the language of flowers, many of which focus on positivity and patience. With their golden hues and positive energy, marigolds are said to bring light into any situation and have the ability to illuminate and guide us when faced with challenges.

Their strong connection with the sun means that marigolds are also associated with heat, passion, sex and love. Apparently, both Calendula and Tagetes can be used in spells relating to passion, creativity and warmth and have also been used in love potions and spells to maintain devotion for the long term. Marigolds also have multiple culinary uses and health benefits, and these cheerful, exceptionally long-flowering and easy-to-grow flowers are perfect for brightening our gardens and homes.

Symbolising positivity, the coin’s obverse shows a young woman with her eyes closed and flowers in her hair enjoying the scent of a marigold. Next to an ornamental side image of a marigold, the reverse of the coin features a pair of marigolds, both of which are imprints of real flowers.
70,00 €
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Face value: 5 Dollars
Silver: 99,9%
Weight: 1 oz
Size: 59 x 27 mm
Quality: Antique finish
Mintage: 2500
Technique: smartminting® (Ultra High Relief)

What does a key mean for you? The symbolic range is extremely wide. At its heart, a key is an opener of locks. Whether it’s a door, a treasure chest, or the metaphorical heart, keys let us into unknown worlds and reveal secrets. In Eastern Europe keys were hung upside down over beds to ward off bad dreams. Jewish midwives used to give a key to a woman in labour to encourage safe delivery of the baby. Several cultures have buried their dead with keys to unlock the afterlife. The ancient Greeks saw keys as symbols of knowledge.

Today they are also traditionally given to graduates, and indeed anyone at the threshold to their next adventure. In modern romantic notion a key is often considered as “the key to my heart”. This is a love symbol much like the heart symbol. So whatever the occasion, thanks to the enhanced smartminting® technology you can use this 1 oz coin in antique finish to make your own meanings.
189,00 €
Face Value: 5 cedis
Issuing Country: Ghana
Weight 1 oz
Silver: 999
Diameter 50 mm
Quality: proof-like
Year Date: 2022
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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 €
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Diameter: 70 mm
Quality: Antique finish
Issuing Country: Barbados
Special Feature: Thermochromic enamel colour
Mintage: 1499
Face Value: 5 Dollars

Shift of colours: The Chameleon
First ever 3 oz silver coin with thermochromic enamel colour.

Colour change in chameleons has functions in camouflage, but most commonly in social signaling and in reactions to temperature.

Through the Thermochromic Effect, the enamel colour changes its hues and brightness once it reaches body temperature.

In contrast, the obverse shows the embossed chameleon alongside the coat of arms of Barbados in Pure Silver.

279,00 €
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Year: 2023
Face Value: 5 Dollars
Silver: 99.9%
Weight: 20 g
Size: 36,1 mm
Quality: Proof
Mintage: 1500
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169,00 €
Face value: 1 $ AUD
Silver: 99.99%
Weight: 31.107 g
Diameter: 40 mm
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The Perth Mint opened on 20 June 1899 at the height of the Western Australian gold rush. Refining the gold and striking 106 million sovereigns over the next three decades, it played a significant role in the rapid development of Western Australia’s economy. With an outstanding reputation for quality, craftsmanship, and efficiency, the Mint went on to produce vast quantities of Australian circulating coinage between 1940 and 1984. The Perth Mint returned to its original purpose as a maker of fine gold coins in 1986. The Australian Kangaroo, originally known as the Australian Nugget, has enjoyed worldwide recognition and success since that pivotal time. Subsequent additions to the official Australian Bullion Coin Program include the Australian Kookaburra and the Australian Koala, both heavily sought after by investors and collectors of fine silver coins. The modern Perth Mint is a unique enterprise. Operations include refining and investment services, while its world-class visitor attraction tells the story of Western Australian gold and the Mint’s 125-year history. The coining division remains synonymous with superb quality precious metal pieces, none more so than those featuring Australia’s iconic wildlife.

Reflecting its best-known contemporary coin series, the piece portrays a kangaroo, kookaburra, and koala artistically arranged among a representation of golden wattle, Australia’s national floral emblem. The inscription ‘1899 THE PERTH MINT 2024’ appears in a scroll at the foot of the design. Also included are a ‘P125’ mintmark and the coin’s weight, purity, and year-date.

The coin’s obverse portrays the Dan Thorne effigy of His Majesty King Charles III, and the monetary denomination.

Accompanied by a numbered certificate of authenticity, the coin is housed in a display case with a lavishly decorated shipper.
129,00 €