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Silver: 90%
Weight: 22,2 g
Face value: 10€
Mintage 3 000

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.
99,00 €
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 €
Metal: NordicGold
Weight: 15,80 g
Diameter: 34 mm
Mintage: 10 000

In 2022, Smiley celebrates its fifth decade of smiles and optimism.

The emblematic yellow, round face of the brand was born on 1st, January 1972 in France, when journalist Franklin Loufrani used this infectious smile in the newspaper France-soir in order to highlight stories which brought positive news and cheered up French people’s spirit. This operation, called « Take the time to smile » was an immediate success.

In 1996, the logo is relaunched and developed in other forms : a new 3D version is created and new expressions are added in. Nowadays, from the smiley to the emoticon, smiling takes multiple forms, becoming a representative of cheerfulness !

Since the creation of the yellow smile in 1972, Smiley diversified the range of its expressions, conveying over a hundred émotions. From the smiley to the emoticon, smiling takes multiple forms.

Each mini-medal highlights a particular emotion : love, gratitude, gluttony, joy and laughing.

The medals are packaged in a coloured packaging, to treat to someone or to yourself.
9,90 €
Metal: NordicGold
Weight: 15,80 g
Diameter: 34 mm
Mintage: 10 000

In 2022, Smiley celebrates its fifth decade of smiles and optimism.

The emblematic yellow, round face of the brand was born on 1st, January 1972 in France, when journalist Franklin Loufrani used this infectious smile in the newspaper France-soir in order to highlight stories which brought positive news and cheered up French people’s spirit. This operation, called « Take the time to smile » was an immediate success.

In 1996, the logo is relaunched and developed in other forms : a new 3D version is created and new expressions are added in. Nowadays, from the smiley to the emoticon, smiling takes multiple forms, becoming a representative of cheerfulness !

Since the creation of the yellow smile in 1972, Smiley diversified the range of its expressions, conveying over a hundred émotions. From the smiley to the emoticon, smiling takes multiple forms.

Each mini-medal highlights a particular emotion : love, gratitude, gluttony, joy and laughing.

The medals are packaged in a coloured packaging, to treat to someone or to yourself.
9,90 €
Metal: NordicGold
Weight: 15,80 g
Diameter: 34 mm
Mintage: 10 000

In 2022, Smiley celebrates its fifth decade of smiles and optimism.

The emblematic yellow, round face of the brand was born on 1st, January 1972 in France, when journalist Franklin Loufrani used this infectious smile in the newspaper France-soir in order to highlight stories which brought positive news and cheered up French people’s spirit. This operation, called « Take the time to smile » was an immediate success.

In 1996, the logo is relaunched and developed in other forms : a new 3D version is created and new expressions are added in. Nowadays, from the smiley to the emoticon, smiling takes multiple forms, becoming a representative of cheerfulness !

Since the creation of the yellow smile in 1972, Smiley diversified the range of its expressions, conveying over a hundred émotions. From the smiley to the emoticon, smiling takes multiple forms.

Each mini-medal highlights a particular emotion : love, gratitude, gluttony, joy and laughing.

The medals are packaged in a coloured packaging, to treat to someone or to yourself.
9,90 €
Metal: NordicGold
Weight: 15,80 g
Diameter: 34 mm
Mintage: 10 000

In 2022, Smiley celebrates its fifth decade of smiles and optimism.

The emblematic yellow, round face of the brand was born on 1st, January 1972 in France, when journalist Franklin Loufrani used this infectious smile in the newspaper France-soir in order to highlight stories which brought positive news and cheered up French people’s spirit. This operation, called « Take the time to smile » was an immediate success.

In 1996, the logo is relaunched and developed in other forms : a new 3D version is created and new expressions are added in. Nowadays, from the smiley to the emoticon, smiling takes multiple forms, becoming a representative of cheerfulness !

Since the creation of the yellow smile in 1972, Smiley diversified the range of its expressions, conveying over a hundred émotions. From the smiley to the emoticon, smiling takes multiple forms.

Each mini-medal highlights a particular emotion : love, gratitude, gluttony, joy and laughing.

The medals are packaged in a coloured packaging, to treat to someone or to yourself.
9,90 €
Face value: 50 €
Gold: 99,9%
Diameter: 22 mm
Weight: 7,78 g
Mintage: 888

Surrounded by a circle with traditional Chinese motifs, a rabbit appears in the center of the face. Only the front part of the animal is revealed as if it came out of a door while advancing in our direction. The ideogram of the rabbit appears on the right of its representation. The year 2023 as well as the inscription "Year of the Rabbit" appear at the top, in the outermost circle.

On the reverse, we find all the animals of the Chinese zodiac distributed on a screen surrounding a traditional temple door. A complete cycle of the Chinese zodiac begins in 2018 and lasts until 2029. Each of these twelve years therefore highlights an animal from this calendar. The face value is visible at the top left and the mention "RF" is located on the door.
850,00 €
Silver: 99,9 %
Weight: 22,2 g
Face value: 10 €
Mintage 3 000

Surrounded by a circle with traditional Chinese motifs, a rabbit appears in the center of the face. Only the front part of the animal is revealed as if it came out of a door while advancing in our direction. The ideogram of the rabbit appears on the right of its representation. The year 2023 as well as the inscription "Year of the Rabbit" appear at the top, in the outermost circle.

On the reverse, we find all the animals of the Chinese zodiac distributed on a screen surrounding a traditional temple door. A complete cycle of the Chinese zodiac begins in 2018 and lasts until 2029. Each of these twelve years therefore highlights an animal from this calendar. The face value is visible at the top left and the mention "RF" is located on the door.
99,00 €
Denomination: 0,25 €
Alloy: Cupro-nickel
Weight: 15,8 g
Diameter: 34 mm
Quality Brilliant Uncirculated
Year: 2023

Surrounded by plum blossom, a popular symbol in Chinese history, art, and lanterns, the rabbit’s depiction appeals to children. The inscription 'Year of the rabbit’ and the year date appear at the center of the coin. The ideogram of the rabbit appears below.
9,90 €
Denomination: 0,25 €
Alloy: Cupro-nickel
Weight: 15,8 g
Diameter: 34 mm
Quality Brilliant Uncirculated
Year: 2024

Surrounded by plum blossom, a popular symbol in Chinese history, art, and lanterns, the dragon’s depiction appeals to children. The inscription 'Year of the dragon’ and the yeardate appear at the center of the coin. The ideogram of the dragon appears below. On the reverse side, all the animals of the Chinese zodiac are drawn in a cartoon-like way around the Ying and Yang symbol. A complete cycle of the Chinese zodiac will be composed from 2018 to 2029
9,90 €
Silver: 99,9 %
Weight: 22,2 g
Face value: 10 €
Mintage 3 000

Surrounded by a circle of traditional Chinese motives, a dragon is featured in the center of the coin. It goes through the coin using the door displayed on the reverse. The mythical creature is featured with the traditional look of the dragon in Chinese iconography. The ideogram of the dragon appears on the right side. The yeardate 2024 and the inscription "Year of the Dragon" appear at the top, in the outer circle. The reverse shows all the animals of the Chinese zodiac. They are all featured on a screen surrounding a traditional Chinese temple door. A complete cycle of the Chinese zodiac will be composed from 2018 to 2029.
110,00 €
Silver: 99,9%
Weight: 2 x 500 g g
Measures: 90 x 69 mm and 80 x 62 mm
Face value: 250 € / 150€
Mintage 250

This first ever joined set issued by France and Spain consisting of two half-kilo silver coins is dedicated to Salvador Dali. The French coin depicts his painting "The Persistence of Memory". The Spanish coin depicts the painting "The Temptation of Saint Anthony".
This beautiful set of two ½ Kilo Silver coins celebrates a well-known European artist: Salvator Dali. In this set: The Persistence of Memory and The Temptation of St. Anthony. The coins are colored, have Proof quality and come in an official special box, along with the Certificate of Authenticity. Limited mintage on only 250 sets worldwide!

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 obverse represent Salvador Dali's famous work "The Persistence of Memory". This coin is coloured and surrounded by a sand blasted silver outline to give the illusion of the frame of the work.

The name of the painting as well as the artist's name and the year ofthe coin are inscribed at the bottom of the painting, on the frame. 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 seenfrom 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.

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.
The Spanish Royal Mint dedicates a silver coin depicting his work “The Temptation of St. Anthony”to the brilliant artist.

The obverse reproduces an image of Salvador Dali’s painting“The Temptation of St. Anthony”, which is kept at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Brussels, Belgium. The coin is coloured and decorated with an ant trail along the perimeter.

On the reverse of the coin on the left is a portrait of Salvador Dali, in the background is a detail of the painting“The Temptation of St. Anthony”.
3400,00 €