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The Three Graces. Tristan da Cunha 2£ 2021 2 oz 99,9% silver coin

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235,00 €
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Country: Tristan da Cunha
Denomination: 2 Pounds
Year :2021
Quality:Proof
Weight: 2 oz
Diameter: 45 mm
Mintage: 2 500

The 19th Century is often described as a ‘golden age’ of coin design, and one of its greatest contributors is William Wyon.

As a young Assistant Engraver he entered the competition to design the new coins for the Great Recoinage of 1816 in an effort to further his career. His submission, The Three Graces, elegantly captured renewed interest in Ancient Greece to tell the story of the recent 1801 Act of Union and the creation of the United Kingdom.

While it didn’t win the competition, a small number of test ‘Pattern Pieces’ were produced which became sought-after as his reputation grew. His ‘Young Head’ portrait of Queen Victoria graced the coins of her reign for nearly 50 years, while his ‘Una and The Lion’ is now recognised as one of history’s most beautiful coin designs.

He was a master of his art, and The Three Graces his neoclassic masterpiece. We are proud to make it available to collectors once again as this two-ounce Silver Proof £2 coin, presented in a display case with accompanying booklet and certificate of authenticity.
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Country: Tristan da Cunha
Denomination: Five Pounds
Year :2021
Quality:Proof
Weight: 155,5 g
Diameter: 65 mm
Mintage: 300
At the end of the Napoleonic Wars, the British Government announced the Great Recoinage of 1816 to restabilise the currency. A competition was launched to find designs for these new coins, which included an entry from a young Assistant Engraver called William Wyon; The Three Graces.

While Wyon’s design did not win the competition, around 50 test ‘Pattern Pieces’ were produced which showcased his design in its full glory and went on to become highly valued collectors’ items as William’s output flourished.

Wyon’s most famous designs were produced during the reign of Queen Victoria. His ‘Young Head’ portrait of the new Queen first went into circulation in 1838 while his Una and the Lion is one of history’s most beautiful coin designs and a firm favourite of collectors of East India Company Bullion.

The Three Graces remains an early marker from a remarkable career and is available to collectors once again as the first issue in our Masterpiece Collection. This strictly limited-edition silver 5oz coin creates an impressive canvas for Wyon’s design and is delivered in a presentation case accompanied by a numbered certificate of authenticity.
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129,00 €
Date of Issue 22 January 2020
Quality Proof
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One of the world’s leading opera, theatre and classical music festivals, the Salzburg Festival celebrates its centenary in 2020. Featuring opera, theatre and classical concerts, the Salzburg Festival offers a broader spectrum of cultural variety than any other. To celebrate this major cultural event, which is constantly in the process of reinventing itself, we have come up with a particularly innovative coin design.

On 22 August 1920, the director Max Reinhardt staged Hugo von Hofmannsthal’s morality play Jedermann in Salzburg’s Domplatz (Cathedral Square) for the first time and in doing so






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In addition to Max Reinhardt and Hugo von Hofmannsthal, the composer Richard Strauss was also involved in the founding of this magnificent celebration of the performing arts, which did not take long to become established and achieve world renown. At Salzburg, the best is often not good enough. This gives the festival cultural relevance, which comes from its strength of tradition but also allows new directions to be explored and puts the avant-garde centre stage. This very special centenary coin is avant-garde itself. With an obverse that has the appearance of a plate with a flat inner part, a coin of this type has never been minted before. We believe it does the Salzburg Festival justice.
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Diameter: 38,6 mm
Quality Brilliant Uncirculated
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