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Australian Lunar Series III 2020 Year of the Mouse 1oz Silver Proof High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint
https://www.perthmint.com/catalogue/australian-lunar-series-iii-2020-year-of-the-mouse-1oz-silver-proof-high-relief-coin-lun-lsi.aspx

Australian Lunar Series III 2020 Year of the Mouse 1oz Silver Proof High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

With an exceptionally detailed design celebrating the Year of the Mouse, this 1oz silver high relief coin is certain to be coveted by collectors of our Australian Lunar Series. Featuring: Proof quality 99.99% pure silver Year of the Mouse design in high relief Australian Legal Tender Limited mintage – 3,888

Those born under the sign of the lunar mouse are said to possess enterprising spirits and a willingness to work hard to achieve their goals. They are smart, adaptable and curious by nature. A unique commemorative for those wishing to mark their affinity with the creature, this 1oz silver coin showcases the exceptional depth and detail of a high relief strike. Year of the Mouse Design The coin’s reverse design portrays in spectacular detail two mice foraging on husks of corn. Also included in the design is the Chinese character for ‘mouse’, the inscription ‘MOUSE 2020’ and The Perth Mint ‘P’ mintmark. Presentation Packaging and Numbered Certificate The coin is housed in a classic display case with a clear lid. The case is packaged in a beautifully illustrated shipper and accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity. When arranged together, the shippers of future coins in the Australian Lunar Series III will form a diorama depicting the ancient myth of The Great Race involving all 12 animals.

Year Date: 2020
Silver Content (Troy oz): 1
Monetary Denomination (AUD): 1
Fineness (% purity): 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 31.107
Maximum Dimensions (mm): 32.60
Maximum Thickness (mm): 6.00
Maximum Mintage: 3,888
Finish: Proof High Relief
Legal Tender: Australian Legal Tender
Effigy: Jody Clark design of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II
Designer: Ing Ing Jong
Perth Mint Item ID: 3S2036DAAA
Issue price: AU$ 125.0, US$ 83.77

Sydney Money Expo Special 2020 Year of the Mouse 1/4oz Silver Coloured Coin | The Perth Mint
https://www.perthmint.com/catalogue/error-sydney-money-expo-special-2020-year-of-the-mouse-1-4oz-silver-coloured-coin-lun-.aspx

Sydney Money Expo Special 2020 Year of the Mouse 1/4oz Silver Coloured Coin | The Perth Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Secure a limited edition Sydney Money Expo Special 1/4oz silver coin, featuring: 99.99% pure silver Australian Legal Tender Lunar Series III Year of the Mouse design Issue Limit – 1,500 Sydney Money Expo presentation card

A special release for this year’s Sydney Money Expo, which ran from 26 - 27 October, this stunning 1/4oz coloured silver coin marks the 2020 Year of the Mouse. Those born under the sign of the Chinese lunar mouse in 2020, 2008, 1996, 1984, 1972 and every 12th preceding year are said to be smart, resourceful, adaptable and kind. Possessing a rich imagination and strong intuition, mice rely on quick wits and an enterprising nature to find opportunity for success in almost all endeavours. Year of the Mouse Design The coin’s reverse portrays two coloured mice foraging on husks of corn. Also included in the design is the Chinese character for ‘mouse’, the inscription ‘MOUSE 2020’ and The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark. Presentation Packaging The coin is presented in a card showing the coin’s reverse and obverse, with the dates of the 2019 Sydney Money Expo.

Year Date: 2019
Silver Content (Troy oz): 0.25
Monetary Denomination (AUD): 0.25
Fineness (% purity): 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 7.777
Maximum Dimensions (mm): 25.50
Maximum Thickness (mm): 2.30
Maximum Mintage: 15,000
Finish: Coloured
Legal Tender: Australian Legal Tender
Effigy: Jody Clark design of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II
Designer: Ing Ing Jong
Perth Mint Item ID: 3S2006FDAA
Issue price: AU$ 29.5, US$ 19.77

Kangaroo - 1 Kilo | EMK.com
https://www.emk.com/en-us/kangaroo-1-kilo-iaus021308

Kangaroo - 1 Kilo | EMK.com

The Mint says about this coin:

Description

Australian Kangaroo | Nugget - 2013

1 Kilo Gold - Uncirculated

Bullion Coin

99.99% Gold

Limited Mintage only 311 pieces

Delivery in Capsule

This impressive Australian

gold bullion coin

features the

Kangaroo

, one of Australia's most famous landmarks. The coin was struck by the

Perth Mint

from one kilo of 99.99% pure gold. The motive features the classic representation of a jumping kangaroo by Dr. Stuart Devlin. It is framed by the inscriptions "AUSTRALIAN KANGAROO", "1 KILO 9999 GOLD" and the year of issue 2013. Below the kangaroo, the inscription "RED KANGAROO" and the mint mark "P" of the Perth Mint are shown. The reverse depicts the Jody Clark portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the denomination "3000 DOLLARS". The Australian Kangaroo Gold Coin, also called "Kangaroo" or "Nugget", has been issued by the Australian Perth Mint since 1986. Due to its original motive the gold coin is also known as "Australian Nugget". The rare 

1 Kilo Kangaroo Gold coin

is delivered in the original protective capsule of the Perth Mint.

Denomination: 3.000 $
Material: Gold
Finish: Uncirculated
Size: 75,60
Collection: Kangaroo
Weight: 1.000
Fineness: 999,9
Packaging: In Capsule

Star Wars™: Millennium Falcon™ 1oz Silver Shaped Coin | NZM | New Zealand Mint
https://www.nzmint.com/products/star-wars-millennium-falcon-1oz-silver-shaped-coin

Star Wars™: Millennium Falcon™ 1oz Silver Shaped Coin | NZM | New Zealand Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Star Wars
Star Wars™: Millennium Falcon™ 1oz Silver Shaped Coin

This is no hunk of junk! The Corellian™ freighter, the Millennium Falcon™, is shown in stunning detail on this 1oz fine silver shaped coin. Specialist minting techniques have been used to create the shape, along with detailed engraving and occasional relief to ensure that this iconic ship is brought to life. The coin comes in a rectangular acrylic case, which is nestled in black velvet inside the large Star Wars™ coin case. The Certificate of Authenticity also sits within this case which is packaged in a custom-made Star Wars-themed box. It is the perfect package for any fan. There is a worldwide mintage of only 5,000 coins, so launch into hyperdrive and get yours now! - This set may be subject to shipping restrictions. Learn more.
Collection: Star Wars™ Classic
Material: 999 Fine Silver
Weight: 1 troy oz
Finish: Proof
Denomination: $2
Effigy: Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Country of Issue: Niue
Size: 36mm x 26.7mm

Platinum medal St. Bartholomew's Cathedral in Kolín stand | Czech Mint
https://ceskamincovna.cz/en/platinum-medal-st--bartholomew-s-cathedral-in-kolin-stand-979-7707-d/

Platinum medal St. Bartholomew's Cathedral in Kolín stand | Czech Mint

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Product description Silence is golden, collection is platinum. It might be a paraphrase of the famous proverb, and at the same time a call to sophisticated storing of your financial reserves into one of the most precious metals of the planet. In the nature platinum can be found almost exclusively in pure form, however, its representation in the earth's crust is negligible. Presence of platinum in the sea water is so low that it is substantially undetectable. Very high concentrations of the extraordinary metal is now showed in the Czech Mint, which prepared an exceptional issue of platinum medal weighing half a kilo with the motif of the Cathedral of St. Bartholomew in Kolín. The author of the medal is Jaroslav Bejvl, who masterfully portrayed this architectural gem on the obverse side along with the inscriptionTHE TEMPLE OF ST. BARTHOLOMEW, marking fineness Pt 999 and 500 g. To the obverse side he dedicated a tasteful composition which consists of the detail of high choir of the temple in the background and an embossed bust of Peter Parléř in the foreground. The text around the perimeter medal says PETR PARLÉŘ THE BUILDER OF THE HIGH CHOIR OF THE TEMPLE OF ST. BARTHOLOMEW. The medal is numbered on the edge and stored in a luxurious inlaid etui made of light wood. Its mintage is limited to only 12 pieces. Do not miss the opporunity to save your money wisely and with emotions at the same time. A view of the current market prices of platinum suggests very promising evaluation of this excellent collection! The history of the Cathedral of St. Bartholomew dates back to the 2nd half of the 13th century, when in the already royal city of Kolín Přemysl Otakar II built a church. It served its purpose continuously until 1349, but subsequently was severely damaged by fire. Its restoration was commissioned by the royal court architect of Charles IV Petr Parléř, who was inspired by the Church of the Holy Cross in the Swabian Gmund. After the raid by the Swedes during the Thirty Years' War, the lack of funds hindered the reconstruction of the temple. The parish in Kolín suffered from the lack until the 18th century. At the time, expensive baroque furniture was istalled in the interior, and the ossuary was established in its neighborhood. Other fires destroyed the building in the years 1796 and 1869 - most of the architectural details in the late Parléř`s Gothic choir had to be restored and the contemporary romantic-neogothic roofing arose. The consequences of the recent damage caused to the temple during the 2nd World War are being removed to this day. More Less
Coin name: Platinum medal St. Bartholomew's Cathedral in Kolín stand
Date of issue: October 2015
Collection: Significant Buildings
Product Code: 31003-930
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: Jaroslav Bejvl
Author of the reverse: Jaroslav Bejvl
Numbered issue: Yes
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Platinum
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Light wood inlaid case
Capsule: Yes

Set of four silver coins Czechoslovak Airmen in RAF - Squadron Badges proof | Czech Mint
https://ceskamincovna.cz/en/set-of-four-silver-coins-czechoslovak-airmen-in-raf---squadron-badges-proof-979-8447-d/

Set of four silver coins Czechoslovak Airmen in RAF - Squadron Badges proof | Czech Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Product description This year marks 75th anniversary of the event, which at the last moment united Europe against a common enemy - Nazism - during the Battle of Britain. It took place between 10 July and 31 October 1940 over the English Channel. Thanks to the support of allies Great Britain did not suffer under the German yoke. The main roles of the famous battle were played by the German Luftwaffe and the British Royal Air Force, which also consisted of several Czechoslovak squadrons that served in England for the rest of the war. After its end, however, not only deserved honors were not awaiting the members of the Czechoslovak RAF squadrons at home, but they received the prosecution and punishment. It took their homeland half a century to appreciate its brave soldiers. At least those who survived to reach that moment ... A great tribute to all the brave pilots is now also paid by the Czech Mint through a set of four silver coins dedicated to the four Czechoslovak RAF squadrons – No. 310, No. 311, No 312 and No. 313. The reverse side of each unique coin is decorated with emblem and motto of respective squadron. The obverse side, which is common throughout the set, features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II along with other issuer`s attributes in a decent composition. Both sides were designed by the academic sculptor Zbyněk Fojtů and thus he prepared soulful collection of artworks from pure silver in outstanding proof quality for mintage. It will become the pride of your numismatic and historical collections. № 310 Czechoslovak Fighter Squadron RAF, the motto BOJUJEME ZA OBNOVU (i.g."WE FIGHT TO REBUILD") The Squadron was formed on the orders of the British Ministry of Aviation on 10 July 1940. The Czechoslovak Major Alexander Hess was appointed commander, the British commander was S/L George Douglas Blackwood. Its armament consisted of fighters Hawker Hurricane and later Supermarine Spitfire. No. 310 Squadron participated in battles over the southeastern and eastern parts of England. № 311 Czechoslovak Bomber Squadron RAF, the motto NA MNOŽSTVÍ NEHLEĎTE (i.g. "NEVER REGARD THEIR NUMBERS" The only bombing squadron of the four Czechoslovak Air Force squadrons in the RAF was founded 29 July 1940 at the air base Honington. Its mission were air raids on the German, Dutch, Belgian and French cities. Engines of this squadron were also taking off in order to bombard German submarines in the Atlantic Ocean, the Bay of Biscay and the North Sea. For this activity was the No. 311 Squadron evaluated as the best unit of Coastal Command. Vickers Wellington bombers with code KX and Consolidated Liberator marked with the PP belonged to the squadron. № 312 Czechoslovak Fighter Squadron RAF, the motto "SED NON MULTI MULTI" (ie. Not many men, but many deeds) The unit was founded on 5 September 1940 and consisted mostly of the Czech fighter pilots formerly established in the French Air Force, who after losing the Battle of France, moved to the UK. The first commander of the No. 312 Squadron was S/Ldr Ján Ambruš, who was in command of experienced combat pilots, among them the e.g. Alois Vašátko, František Peřina and Josef Stehlík. Soldiers first flew engines Hawker Hurricane and later Supermarine Spitfire. Although in the Battle of Britain it took part only marginally, during other campaigns No.312th Squadron realized 17,472 missions and shot down dozens of engines. № 313 Czechoslovak Fighter Squadron RAF, the motto JEDEN JESTŘÁB MNOHO VRAN ROZHÁNÍ (i.g."ONE HAWK CHASES AWAY MANY CROWS") The youngest of the Czechoslovak squadrons was founded on 10 May 1941. Its armament firstly consisted of older and later more modern versions of engines Supermarine Spitfire. Unlike other squadrons No. 313 Squadron had British ground personnel, which was formed by the inexperienced recently mobilized troops. Nonetheless, in May 1943 the unit managed to get the award for the best ground staff of the Fighter Command. During the war, No. 313 Czechoslovak Fighter Squadron realized 8944 missions. More Less
Coin name: Set of four silver coins Czechoslovak Airmen in RAF - Squadron Badges proof
Date of issue: October 2015
Collection: Czechoslovak Airmen in the RAF
Product Code: 75176-711
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 1 NZD
Author of the obverse: ak. soch. Zbyněk Fojtů
Author of the reverse: ak. soch. Zbyněk Fojtů
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Dřevěná etue
Capsule: Yes

Set of four gold coins Czechoslovak Airmen in RAF - Squadron Badges proof | Czech Mint
https://ceskamincovna.cz/en/set-of-four-gold-coins-czechoslovak-airmen-in-raf---squadron-badges-proof-979-8449-d/

Set of four gold coins Czechoslovak Airmen in RAF - Squadron Badges proof | Czech Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Product description Immense bravery and devotion accompanied members of the Czechoslovak Air Force, who during World War II, as a part of operations in British units of the Royal Air Force (RAF), risked their lives in the struggle against German Nazism. Their important role at the Battle of Britain, during which soldiers from all over Europe helped the island nation,was not recognized. They did not live to see just rewards, and during totalitarian regime the Czechoslovak soldiers from RAF were persecuted and received recognition after nearly fifty years. Their merit now, when we commemorate the 75th anniversary of the important and victorious battle, is also celebrated by the Czech Mint with the set of four gold coins 10 NZD represented by the emblems of the four Czechoslovak squadrons – No. 310, No. 311, No. 312 and No. 313. The author of the four works of art of this extraordinary collection is the academic sculptor Zbyněk Fojtů. He dedicated reverse sides of the Smart coins to the emblems of every squadron. He added the mottos of the units to the beautiful motifs. The obverse side features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II along with other issuer`s attributes and is common throughout the mintage. Graphically pure composition of both parts especially excels in top proof quality. Beautiful collector's set of four gold coins 10 NZD will embellish and refine your collection and wisely save your financial reserves. The issue is limited to 200 pieces - refresh the recent history and delight yourself with the unique gift of the Czech Mint. № 310 Czechoslovak Fighter Squadron RAF, the motto BOJUJEME ZA OBNOVU (i.g."WE FIGHT TO REBUILD") The Squadron was formed on the orders of the British Ministry of Aviation on 10 July 1940. The Czechoslovak Major Alexander Hess was appointed commander, the British commander was S/L George Douglas Blackwood. Its armament consisted of fighters Hawker Hurricane and later Supermarine Spitfire. No. 310 Squadron participated in battles over the southeastern and eastern parts of England. № 311 Czechoslovak Bomber Squadron RAF, the motto NA MNOŽSTVÍ NEHLEĎTE (i.g. "NEVER REGARD THEIR NUMBERS" The only bombing squadron of the four Czechoslovak Air Force squadrons in the RAF was founded 29 July 1940 at the air base Honington. Its mission were air raids on the German, Dutch, Belgian and French cities. Engines of this squadron were also taking off in order to bombard German submarines in the Atlantic Ocean, the Bay of Biscay and the North Sea. For this activity was the No. 311 Squadron evaluated as the best unit of Coastal Command. Vickers Wellington bombers with code KX and Consolidated Liberator marked with the PP belonged to the squadron. № 312 Czechoslovak Fighter Squadron RAF, the motto "SED NON MULTI MULTI" (ie. Not many men, but many deeds) The unit was founded on 5 September 1940 and consisted mostly of the Czech fighter pilots formerly established in the French Air Force, who after losing the Battle of France, moved to the UK. The first commander of the No. 312 Squadron was S/Ldr Ján Ambruš, who was in command of experienced combat pilots, among them the e.g. Alois Vašátko, František Peřina and Josef Stehlík. Soldiers first flew engines Hawker Hurricane and later Supermarine Spitfire. Although in the Battle of Britain it took part only marginally, during other campaigns No.312th Squadron realized 17,472 missions and shot down dozens of engines. № 313 Czechoslovak Fighter Squadron RAF, the motto JEDEN JESTŘÁB MNOHO VRAN ROZHÁNÍ (i.g."ONE HAWK CHASES AWAY MANY CROWS") The youngest of the Czechoslovak squadrons was founded on 10 May 1941. Its armament firstly consisted of older and later more modern versions of engines Supermarine Spitfire. Unlike other squadrons No. 313 Squadron had British ground personnel, which was formed by the inexperienced recently mobilized troops. Nonetheless, in May 1943 the unit managed to get the award for the best ground staff of the Fighter Command. During the war, No. 313 Czechoslovak Fighter Squadron realized 8944 missions. More Less
Coin name: Set of four gold coins Czechoslovak Airmen in RAF - Squadron Badges proof
Date of issue: October 2015
Collection: Czechoslovak Airmen in the RAF
Product Code: 75175-611
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 10 NZD
Author of the obverse: ak. soch. Zbyněk Fojtů
Author of the reverse: ak. soch. Zbyněk Fojtů
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 999,9 / 1000
Packaging: Dřevěná etue
Capsule: Yes

Gold quarter-ounce medal Radek Jaros proof | Czech Mint
https://ceskamincovna.cz/en/gold-quarter-ounce-medal-radek-jaros-proof-979-8495-d/

Gold quarter-ounce medal Radek Jaros proof | Czech Mint

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Product description Radek Jaroš was not included among the best Czech mountaineers "only" due to his exceptional sporting achievements. Many times he also demonstrated, that for him climbing is not just a game of power, but that he put the sporting behavior and human responsibility higher than this own goals. Among other things, it also illustrates the Fair Play award in 2008, when he during hill climbing on Dhaulagiri in extremely dangerous conditions without hesitation rescued, along with Zdeněk Hrubý, several other climbers. He managed to conquer Dhaulagiri, the Himalayan beauty, the seventh highest mountain in the world, as well as 13 other eight-thousanders of the planet, completely free of doping – climbing porters and artificial oxygen. And it also makes Jarek Jaroš very special athlete, whose tribute in the form of a qurter-ounce gold investment medal was prepared by the Czech Mint. The author of both parts is Vojtěch Dostál, Dis., who brilliantly captured the Radek Jaroš`s expression in the portrait adorning the obverse side of the medal. For the reverse side he prepared very emotional moment, when Radek Jaroš is holding the Czech flag on the last of the hills, which had resisted him for a long time - the dream K2. 26 July 2014, at the age of fifty years, he won his dream title the Crown of the Himalayas. A beautiful collector's medal will also serve as an ingenious investment with great assurance of evaluation of your finance. The issue is limited to only 200 pieces, therefore book it on time! Radek Jaroš (* 29th April, 1964, Nové Město na Moravě) yielded to tempation to conquer the peaks beeing a child. At the beginning he touched our mountains, then he conquered the Tatra Mountains, Tian Shan, Pamir and the Himalayas. He firstly teased Mount Everest in his early thirties, but without success. But he firmly reiterated his climb, and less than four years later, along with Vladimír Nosek, they reached the peak without using oxygen masks. At the age of 42 years Radek Jaroš could boast of having conquered six eight-thousanders, however, he set a goal of conquering them all. Thus followed the Kanchenjunga in 2002 and the Climb in 2004 - the Scott McIntyre`s way to Shishapangma, he did in alpine style and - of course - without using oxygen. Makalu and Dhaulagiri lived to see his visit in 2008. He celabrated his 45th birthday stylishly Radek Jaroš – the solo climb on Manasla. A year later, with Libor Uher within ten days they climbed on Gasherbrum II and Gasherbrum I. The fourth highest mountain in the world Lhotse welcomed Radek in 2011, that year he also conquered Annapurna. It lacked only one mountain to get the Crown of the Himalayas, the fatal K2. Several times he unsuccessfully tried to conquer it. However, by 2014 the majestic beauty ceased to resist and Radek Jaroš became the fifteenth person in the world and the first Czech who managed to climb all 14 eight-thousanders without artificial oxygen. 9 May 1998 - Mount Everest, 8848 m 15 May 2002 - Kanchenjunga, 8586 m 18 June 2003 - Broad Peak, 8051 m 10 May 2004 - Cho Oyu, 8201 m 9 October 2004 - Shishapangma, 8046 m, South wall J Scott / McIntyre alpine style, awarded as the climb of the ČHS 28 June 2005 - Nanga Parbat, 8126 m 1 May 2008 - Dhaulagiri, 8167 m 21 May 2008 - Makalu, 8485 m 29 April 2009 - Manaslu, 8163 m 17 July 2010 - Gasherbrum II, 8035 m 28 July 2010 - Gasherbrum I, 8080 m 19 May 2011 - Lhotse, 8516 m 6 May 2012 - Annapurna, 8091 m 26 July 2014 - K2, 8611 m More Less
Coin name: Gold quarter-ounce medal Radek Jaros proof
Date of issue: October 2015
Product Code: 31117-611
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: Vojtěch Dostál, DiS.
Author of the reverse: Vojtěch Dostál, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: No
Material: Gold
Fineness: 999,9 / 1000
Packaging: Blister
Capsule: Yes

Silver medal Radek Jaros proof | Czech Mint
https://ceskamincovna.cz/en/silver-medal-radek-jaros-proof-979-8491-d/

Silver medal Radek Jaros proof | Czech Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Product description K2 - The latest jewel of the Crown of the Himalayas is the title of a new book of narrative presenting interesting story of the incredible twenty years of adventure, an unusual dialogue, by the most successful Czech climber Radek Jaroš with fourteen eight-thousanders of the world. Thanks to the extraordinary project of the Czech Mint you can yield to freezing temptation of the ice giants too. .It is a celebration of a huge victory of the climber, who on 26July finally conquered the last missing eight-thousand-metre- peak - the long-desired K2. Together with the brilliant numismatic piece to your collection.. The obverse side of the medal made of pure silver in proof quality is decorated with a charismatic portrait of Radek Jaroš, which was wonderfully prepared by the artist Vojtěch Dostál, Dis. He is also the author of the reverse side, that will make you shiver. It is capturing the moment when Radek Jaroš, after years of effort, finally could hoist the flag of his homeland on the peak of the K2. The attractive combination of the beautiful medal and the original literary feat commemorates another big Czech, who stood up for his dreams and thanks to his will he could almost touch the sky. The limited edition will delight only the 5000 fastest, therefore do not hesitate and please yourself or your loved ones! Radek Jaroš (* 29th April, 1964, Nové Město na Moravě) yielded to tempation to conquer the peaks beeing a child. At the beginning he touched our mountains, then he conquered the Tatra Mountains, Tian Shan, Pamir and the Himalayas. He firstly teased Mount Everest in his early thirties, but without success. But he firmly reiterated his climb, and less than four years later, along with Vladimír Nosek, they reached the peak without using oxygen masks. At the age of 42 years Radek Jaroš could boast of having conquered six eight-thousanders, however, he set a goal of conquering them all. Thus followed the Kanchenjunga in 2002 and the Climb in 2004 - the Scott McIntyre`s way to Shishapangma, he did in alpine style and - of course - without using oxygen. Makalu and Dhaulagiri lived to see his visit in 2008. He celabrated his 45th birthday stylishly Radek Jaroš – the solo climb on Manasla. A year later, with Libor Uher within ten days they climbed on Gasherbrum II and Gasherbrum I. The fourth highest mountain in the world Lhotse welcomed Radek in 2011, that year he also conquered Annapurna. It lacked only one mountain to get the Crown of the Himalayas, the fatal K2. Several times he unsuccessfully tried to conquer it. However, by 2014 the majestic beauty ceased to resist and Radek Jaroš became the fifteenth person in the world and the first Czech who managed to climb all 14 eight-thousanders without artificial oxygen. 9 May 1998 - Mount Everest, 8848 m 15 May 2002 - Kanchenjunga, 8586 m 18 June 2003 - Broad Peak, 8051 m 10 May 2004 - Cho Oyu, 8201 m 9 October 2004 - Shishapangma, 8046 m, South wall J Scott / McIntyre alpine style, awarded as the climb of the ČHS 28 June 2005 - Nanga Parbat, 8126 m 1 May 2008 - Dhaulagiri, 8167 m 21 May 2008 - Makalu, 8485 m 29 April 2009 - Manaslu, 8163 m 17 July 2010 - Gasherbrum II, 8035 m 28 July 2010 - Gasherbrum I, 8080 m 19 May 2011 - Lhotse, 8516 m 6 May 2012 - Annapurna, 8091 m 26 July 2014 - K2, 8611 m More Less
Coin name: Silver medal Radek Jaros proof
Date of issue: October 2015
Product Code: 31112-711
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: Vojtěch Dostál, DiS.
Author of the reverse: Vojtěch Dostál, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: No
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Blister
Capsule: Yes

Gold 5000 CZK coin 2015 Mariánský bridge in Ústí nad Labem proof | Czech Mint
https://ceskamincovna.cz/en/gold-5000-czk-coin-2015-mariansky-bridge-in-usti-nad-labem-proof-979-4509-d/

Gold 5000 CZK coin 2015 Mariánský bridge in Ústí nad Labem proof | Czech Mint

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Coin name: Gold 5000 CZK coin 2015 Mariánský bridge in Ústí nad Labem proof
Date of issue: October 2015
Product Code: 21507-611
Issuer: Czech national bank
Denomination: 5 000 Kč
Author of the obverse: Vojtěch Dostál, DiS.
Author of the reverse: Vojtěch Dostál, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 999,9 / 1000
Packaging: Red plastic case
Capsule: Yes

Silver half-a-kilo medal Statutory town of Jablonec nad Nisou stand | Czech Mint
https://ceskamincovna.cz/en/silver-half-a-kilo-medal-statutory-town-of-jablonec-nad-nisou-stand-979-7750-d/

Silver half-a-kilo medal Statutory town of Jablonec nad Nisou stand | Czech Mint

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Coin name: Silver half-a-kilo medal Statutory town of Jablonec nad Nisou stand
Date of issue: September 2015
Collection: Statutory Cities
Product Code: 31040-730
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: Irena Hradecká, DiS./Jakub Matouš, DiS./Jan Petr, DiS.
Author of the reverse: MgA. Miroslav Schovanec, DiS.
Numbered issue: Yes
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Light wood inlaid case
Capsule: Yes

Silver one-kilo medal Statutory town of Jablonec nad Nisou stand | Czech Mint
https://ceskamincovna.cz/en/silver-one-kilo-medal-statutory-town-of-jablonec-nad-nisou-stand-979-7749-d/

Silver one-kilo medal Statutory town of Jablonec nad Nisou stand | Czech Mint

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Coin name: Silver one-kilo medal Statutory town of Jablonec nad Nisou stand
Date of issue: September 2015
Collection: Statutory Cities
Product Code: 31039-730
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: Irena Hradecká, DiS./Jakub Matouš, DiS./Jan Petr, DiS.
Author of the reverse: MgA. Miroslav Schovanec, DiS.
Numbered issue: Yes
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Light wood inlaid case
Capsule: Yes

Gold half-ounce medal Josef Božek proof | Czech Mint
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Gold half-ounce medal Josef Božek proof | Czech Mint

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Product description When we get in our cars, few of us are probably thinking about how long and revolutionary the way to construction of the first car have been. It is almost unbelievable that 200 years have passed since Josef Božek presented the steam-powered car to the Czechs in the Royal Game Preserve. The half a troy ounce investment gold medal reminds us of that extraordinary event. Fundamental discoveries in the field of physics in the late 18th century moved the use of steam to the very constructive direction. Firstly, in 1769, its power was used to drive a trike, and steam got the attention it deserved. It did not escape James Watt`s attention, who in 1785 presented the first steam engine, which was brought to Bohemia after the Napoleonic wars. There it was entrusted to the Czech mechanic and design engineer Josef Božek. Josef Božek graduated from the Estate Polytechnic Institute and distinguished himself during his studies by a number of exceptional achievements. The crucial date in the annals of his discoveries is undoubtedly the year 1815, when constructed his own steam car. It looked like handlebar-controlled wooden carriage powered by the steam transferred to the wheels from the boiler under the car. In the same year, with the financial support of the patriotic nobility, he publicly presented his machine in Prague - it was the second ride of the steam engine in history! But Josef Božek did not rest on his laurels, and two years later he constructed a steam boat. When he first presented it to the public in the presence of provincial nobility, someone stole his cash register with all the money. It was a deathblow for Joseph Božek, because due to his design engineering passion he was greatly indebted. The event annoyed him so much that he destroyed his machines on the same day and he renounced the steam for the rest of his life. However, his legacy survived and came to life at the hands of many followers. The obverse side of the medal designed by MA. Martin Dašek features precisely realized portrait of the phenomenal designer, his name and the anniversary years 1815-2015. The motive of the steam car passing Royal Game Preserve, along with the inscription PRESENTATION OF THE STEAM CAR decorates the reverse side. Beautiful piece of artistically crafted gold in a limited edition of 99 pieces safely and aesthetically save your cash reserves. More Less
Coin name: Gold half-ounce medal Josef Božek proof
Date of issue: September 2015
Product Code: 31007-631
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: MgA. Martin Dašek
Author of the reverse: MgA. Martin Dašek
Numbered issue: Yes
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 999,9 / 1000
Packaging: Burgundy leather case
Capsule: Yes

Silver 200 CZK coin 2015 Josef Božek presented a steam car proof | Czech Mint
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Silver 200 CZK coin 2015 Josef Božek presented a steam car proof | Czech Mint

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Product description Presentation of the first steam engine in our country was an epoch-making event, which took place in the Royal deer park in Prague just 200 years ago. A beautiful commemorative 200 CZK coin by the CNB reminds us of the importance the central character of this historic milestone, the inventor Josef Božek. Josef Božek was born on 28 February in 1782 in the family of millers in Silesian Bierce. Already During his high school studies already showed his extraordinary technical talent, which he further developed at universities in Brno and Prague, where he met with the Director of Estates Polytechnic Institute František Josef Gerstner, who offered him a job at the Politechnic University. Božek constructed many models and equipment there, and also excelled as a watchmaker. The real challenge came to him in 1810, when the Count George of Buquoy brought from England boxes of components to construct a steam engine, whose completing was actually in charge of Josef Božek. On 22 August 1815 he presented a steam car in all its glory. It looked like a carriage operated by a handlebar, which had a copper boiler and cylinders placed between the front wheels under its body. The demonstration of the steam engine was a great social event and he managed to pick enough money for the realization of another steam-driven machine; a boat. He presented it two years later, together with the improved car. However, during the event someone stole the cash register with the admission. Božek suffered considerable loss, doe to the contruction of machines he had fallen into debt. In a fit of rage, he destroyed both his creations and never returned to steam. But he did not abandon construction, with his talented descendants of František and Romuland they founded a companyEngineering Works Božek and sons and he devoted mainly to water pumping engines, railroad cars for horse-drawn railway and watchmaking. The Commission, together with the Bank Board of the Czech National Bank, this time chose two of a dizzying array of leading Czech artists, who took part in the competition to design a new commemorative 200 CZK pure silver coin in proof quality. The first one, the Academic sculptor Zbyněk Fojtů, realized a precise form of relief of the steam engine that adorns the obverse side of the coin along with the inscription CZECH REPUBLIC and CZK 200 denomination. The reverse side provided space for wonderful portrait of Josef Božek from the workshop of MA. Martin Dašek. The topic is completed by the tasteful inscritions around the perimeter – DEMOSTRATION OF THE STEAM CAR, JOSEF BOŽEK and the years 1815-2015. Enrich your collection with another beautiful numismatic unique object! More Less
Coin name: Silver 200 CZK coin 2015 Josef Božek presented a steam car proof
Date of issue: September 2015
Product Code: 21504-721
Issuer: Czech national bank
Denomination: 200 Kč
Author of the obverse: ak. soch. Zbyněk Fojtů
Author of the reverse: MgA. Martin Dašek
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 925 / 1000
Packaging: Blue plastic case M33
Capsule: Yes

Silver medal Apostle Filip stand | Czech Mint
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Silver medal Apostle Filip stand | Czech Mint

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Product description Another of the twelve apostles of Jesus to be given his own silver medal in the Apostles series by Czech Mint is St. Philip. Though he was of Hebrew origin, St. Philip’s name was Greek and it meant “Horse Lover”. The Patron Saint of Luxembourg, Uruguay and Sorrento, he is attributed to protect: confectioners, chandlers, hatters, pate makers and tanners. He newly adorns the charming mint of great spiritual and artistic value. St. Philip hailed from Bethsaida as well as St. Peter and St. Andrew. Arguably, he was a disciple of St. John the Baptist. In images, he is depicted as a young man or as an old man with various symbols – usually a cross or a sceptre with a cross, a stone, a book, a bowl with a serpent and sometimes a basket full of loaves and fish. His portraits often include a scroll – just as the obverse side of the new pure silver medal authored by the talented decorative artist Mária Filová. The reverse side of the medal depicts a legendary part of St. Phillip's life. First, preaching the gospel in Scythia for twenty years. Pagans forced him to sacrifice to their God Mars, but when preparing the fire for the offering, a huge dragon appeared below the idol and killed the grand priest’s son and two Pagan priests who had ordered their servants to keep St. Philip fettered. Everyone who was hit by the dragon’s breath fell ill. St. Philip advised them: “Listen to me – break this idol and erect Jesus Christ’s cross in its place, and when you all worship him your dead will rise and your sick will heal. But you all have to do this.” The sick gladly did so and St. Philip banished the dragon to the desert forever, resurrected the dead, healed the sick and baptised everyone. He later left Scythia for Hierapolis where he eradicated the Hebronite heresy. Another legend says that he was captured by Pagans at 87 years of age: tortured, crucified and stoned to death. The pure silver medal dedicated to St. Philip is issued as a limited edition of 500 units. This is how many collections may boast this beautiful addition. More Less
Coin name: Silver medal Apostle Filip stand
Date of issue: September 2015
Product Code: 31014-720
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: Mária Filová
Author of the reverse: Mária Filová
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Blue leather case
Capsule: Yes

Gold ducat Franz Georg von Schönborn stand | Czech Mint
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Gold ducat Franz Georg von Schönborn stand | Czech Mint

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Coin name: Gold ducat Franz Georg von Schönborn stand
Date of issue: September 2015
Collection: Ducats of Three Prince-Electors
Product Code: 31098-610
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: ak. soch. Jan Lukáš
Author of the reverse: ak. soch. Jan Lukáš
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: No
Material: Gold
Fineness: 986 / 1000
Packaging: Blister
Capsule: Yes

Silver medal JIří David - Horizon of the memory proof, numbered | Czech Mint
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Silver medal JIří David - Horizon of the memory proof, numbered | Czech Mint

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Product description Czech Mint's exclusive Art for Václav Havel collection introduces its third addition – this time, the high quality (proof) silver medal was rendered by the exceptional Czech painter, photographer and artist Jiří David, who offers the admirers of Václav Havel an unconventional work imbued with strong transcendent ideas. Jiří David (born on the 28th of August 1956 in Rumburk) gained national renown with his magnificent Neon Heart that President Václav Havel lit at Prague Castle on 17 November 2002; Václav Havel often added the symbol to his signature. The heart was 17 metres wide and weighed approximately half a tonne. According to the author, this was not just homage to Havel - the heart was also meant as a figurative symbol of understanding, referring to the power of positive communication and to the need for removing ideological layers. It stood for simple love and touches between the mortals and the author referred to it as to a litmus paper for the sensitivity of our society. The Art for Václav Havel series has resulted from the collaboration of the Dagmar and Václav Havel VIZE 97 Foundation, Czech Mint and the leading Czech artists, Bořek Šípek, Jiří David, Kurt Gebauer, Aleš Lamr, David Černý, Jaroslav Róna and Olbram Zoubek whose unique works have contributed towards fulfilling the wish of Václav Havel; the Czech President and a rare personality. The wish was to preserve St. Anne’s Church known as the Prague Crossroads, with the proceeds from the sale of the medals intended to contribute to its refurbishment. Jiří David decorated the reverse side of the pure silver medal with St. Anne’s face and the ground plan of her church. The author finds the meaning of his design in the combination of the human mind and beauty in its spiritual transcendence. The obverse side contains a masterful expression of the conflicts, crossroads, directions, starting points and chaos that determines our being. The numbered issue of the silver gem is limited to just 200 units. By purchasing it, you will enrich your collection with a magnificent specimen of the contemporary Czech art while contributing to a good cause! More Less
Coin name: Silver medal JIří David - Horizon of the memory proof, numbered
Date of issue: September 2015
Product Code: 31018-731
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: doc. ak. mal. Jiří David
Author of the reverse: doc. ak. mal. Jiří David
Numbered issue: Yes
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Exclusive wooden case
Capsule: Yes

Gold one-ounce medal Jiří David - Horizon of the memory proof | Czech Mint
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Gold one-ounce medal Jiří David - Horizon of the memory proof | Czech Mint

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Product description The work of the controversial artist Jiří David, famous for his open opinions and diverse creations, evokes many contrasting emotions. The half-ounce gold medal he designed for the Art for Václav Havel series is certain not to leave critics calm. His composition is very untraditional and bears an interesting message of thought and charity. The Art for Václav Havel series is a collaboration of the Dagmar and Václav Havel VIZE 97 Foundation, Czech Mint and the leading Czech artists, Bořek Šípek, Jiří David, Kurt Gebauer, Aleš Lamr, David Černý, Jaroslav Róna and Olbram Zoubek. They chose to contribute with their work towards fulfilling former President Václav Havel’s big dream of preserving St. Anne’s Church known as the Prague Crossroads. The proceeds from the sale of the medals will be used for this good cause. Jiří David is one of the best-known Czech artists. He founded the legendary Tvrdohlaví art group (which no longer exists), he paints, photographs, creates objects, installations, and is a teacher as well. Jiří David is the author of the renowned Neon Heart installed at Prague Castle. It was made as homage to President Václav Havel who lit it up personally on the 17th of November 2002. The symbol of understanding, love and the need for positive communication was supposed to decorate Prague until Friday the 31st of January 2003. However, Greenpeace activists suspended a banner with “War?” written on it inside the heart, voicing their disapproval of Havel’s support of the US invasion into Iraq, and so the heart was removed somewhat earlier. That was not the only modification the installation underwent – the Ztohoven activists made it to the scaffolds in their third and successful attempt on the eve of the presidential election of 14th of January 2003 and used a cardboard panel to transform the heart into a question mark. The police detained them for this, but Václav Havel and the minister of culture recognised their act as being art in public space, and the author himself, Jiří David, wanted to preserve the modification. David’s unconventional perspective is also reflected in the design of the gold medal weighing one half of a Troy ounce. The reverse side depicts St. Anne’s face with the ground plan of her church’s nave. The obverse side bears an avant-garde composition symbolising the crossroads, conflicts, directions, starting points and the chaos defining human being. This exceptional work of art with an undisputed investment potential is issued in a strictly limited edition of 100 units. Reserve the latest numismatic gem on time and contribute to a good cause! More Less
Coin name: Gold one-ounce medal Jiří David - Horizon of the memory proof
Date of issue: September 2015
Product Code: 31017-631
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: doc. ak. mal. Jiří David
Author of the reverse: doc. ak. mal. Jiří David
Numbered issue: Yes
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 999,9 / 1000
Packaging: Exclusive wooden case
Capsule: Yes

Gold half-ounce medal Jan Perner proof | Czech Mint
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Gold half-ounce medal Jan Perner proof | Czech Mint

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Product description Czech Mint introduces another exceptional gem – an issue dedicated to the great patriot, designer and major railway builder Jan Perner on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of his birth. The extraordinary personality of our national history certainly deserves the homage in the form of a gold half-ounce (Troy) medal, which will be a great addition to your collection and an attractive investment. Jan Perner was born on 7 September 1815 in Bratčice to a miller’s family. Despite his father’s desire, he did not love the craft and technology became his destiny. He graduated from the Czech technology school in Prague directed by František Josef Gerstner, the builder of the first horse-driven railway from České Budějovice to Linz. Gerstner’s son later directed the construction of a railway in Russia and Perner joined him following his studies, but he left St. Petersburg after disagreements with Gerstner and, having returned to his homeland in 1837, he worked at the Emperor Ferdinand Northern Railway. Following this and other successful projects, Perner was named the Chief State Railway Engineer in 1842 and he convinced Ferdinand I. that the railway from Prague to Dresden should be directed through the River Labe valley. Perner then faced another gargantuan task. Eventually, two celebratory trains from Olomouc arrived in Prague on the 20th of August 1845 and regular passenger service on the route started just a few days later, with regular cargo service following one month later. However, destiny did not allow the talented Perner to achieve more success, as he tragically died aged just 30 on the 9th of September of the same year as a result of an injury when returning from an inspection trip. As a result, our country lost an extremely talented person. Despite his short time on earth, his legacy is still relevant today and Czech Mint commemorates it in a highly sophisticated form of numbered half-ounce medals of pure gold in a limited edition of 99 units. The author is the Luboš Charvát, a medal designer extraordinaire. The composition on both sides of the medal is highly complex and captures the multitude of Jan Perner’s activities. The obverse side design is complemented by the CZECH REPUBLIC inscription and the reverse side contains a successful portrait, the years 1815 and 2015 and the name JAN PERNER. The medal masterfully tells the story of a tireless Czech technological pioneer and it is certain to take a place of honour in your sophisticated collection! More Less
Coin name: Gold half-ounce medal Jan Perner proof
Date of issue: September 2015
Product Code: 31005-631
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: Luboš Charvát
Author of the reverse: Luboš Charvát
Numbered issue: Yes
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 999,9 / 1000
Packaging: Burgundy leather case
Capsule: Yes

Silver 200 CZK coin 2015 Jan Perner proof | Czech Mint
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Silver 200 CZK coin 2015 Jan Perner proof | Czech Mint

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Product description Ardent collectors know the Czech National Bank’s issue plan by heart, and so they know that two new silver gems can enrich their collections in September 2015. The first is the 200CZK coin dedicated to the legacy of the great Czech patriot, designer and railway builder, Jan Perner. Jan Perner was born on 7 September 1815 to a miller’s family. Between 1830 and 1833, he studied at the Technology College in Prague founded by the railway pioneer František Josef Gerstner. Perner joined the railway construction project in the St. Petersburg region in 1836, but he had to leave Russia early following disagreements with Gerstner’s son who managed the project. One year later, he started working on the Emperor Ferdinand Northern Railway project. Initially, he managed the construction of the railway from Břeclav to Brno, then was in charge of design work for the section from Ostrava to Auschwitz. In 1842 he designed the major Prague-Pardubice-Olomouc and Prague-Dresden railways and supervised their construction as well. The first project, more than one hundred kilometres long, was completed in August 1845. Less than a month later, Jan Perner was returning from an inspection trip and suffered a serious injury that claimed his life at the age of 30 years. Despite his short life, Jan Perner made huge achievements and is now commemorated with a beautiful work of art – a silver coin in the exceptional high-quality (proof) of mintage. The author of the commemorative coin is the sculptor Zbyněk Fojtů whose design won the Czech National Bank competition. The jury appreciated the exceptionally harmonic compositions of both sides. On the reverse side, Fojtů made a precise portrait of Jan Perner and added the years 1815 and 2015 along the perimeter. The obverse side features an original collage dedicated to railway building - an area of activity where Perner excelled during his lifetime. The collectors’ delight in the form of a silver 200CZK coin is ready to become the pride and joy of your collections! More Less
Coin name: Silver 200 CZK coin 2015 Jan Perner proof
Date of issue: September 2015
Product Code: 21503-721
Issuer: Czech national bank
Denomination: 200 Kč
Author of the obverse: ak. soch. Zbyněk Fojtů
Author of the reverse: ak. soch. Zbyněk Fojtů
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 925 / 1000
Packaging: Blue plastic case M33
Capsule: Yes

Silver coin Karel IV. proof | Czech Mint
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Silver coin Karel IV. proof | Czech Mint

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Product description The exceptional Three Emperors Coins collector mini-series by Czech Mint has just gained a unique addition – a 1 NZD silver coin depicting Charles IV., the most important King of Bohemia and Roman Emperor. The noble personality is greatly reflected in the exceptional quality of proof mintage, making the gorgeous coin perfect to take the premier position in your numismatic collection. “Císař”, Czech for Emperor, is the ultimate ruler title and derives from the name of Gaius Julius Caesar. This title is replaced by the word Tzar in certain countries. The emperor’s title is associated with the Roman Empire and was first used by Octavianus, who is also known as Augustus (Noble). The demise of the Western Roman Empire brought a hiatus in the use of the emperor title, which remained in use only in the Byzantine Empire at the time. It was only renewed in Western Europe in 800 when it was bestowed on Charlemagne. The emperor’s title was initially associated with the idea of renewing the Roman Empire, but it later transcended this notion and became a symbol of power of the individual Cities, in particular in Eastern Europe. Charles IV. was nominated Emperor on 5 April 1355. The reverse side of the 1 NZD Charles IV. proof silver coin offers an attractive relief portrayal of the Father of the Country, as he is also referred to, designed by sculptor Vladimír Oppl. The composition is rounded off with the elements of coronation jewels, the Eagle of St. Wenceslas and the Bohemian Lion. The text “● MCCCL ● MMXV ● FUNDATOR ● CAROLVS IV ● IMPERATOR ● REX ●” along the perimeter completes the design. The obverse side contains a balanced composition of the attributes of the issuer, Niue Island. The charming artwork of pure silver celebrates the magnificent personality of Czech history and no collector should omit it. Since the edition is limited, only 1,000 of the quickest collectors will obtain the coin! More Less
Coin name: Silver coin Karel IV. proof
Date of issue: September 2015
Product Code: 75133-711
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 1 NZD
Author of the obverse: ak. soch. Vladimír Oppl
Author of the reverse: ak. soch. Vladimír Oppl
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Blue leather case
Capsule: Yes

Gold half-ounce coin Karel IV. proof | Czech Mint
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Gold half-ounce coin Karel IV. proof | Czech Mint

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Product description 2016 will mark a remarkable anniversary – our nation and Europe as a whole will commemorate the 700th anniversary of birth of Charles IV, the King of Bohemia and Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. During his lifetime, the best-known member of the House of Luxembourg gained many more titles – he was a King of Germany, Lombardy and Burgundy, a Margrave of Moravia and a Margrave of Luxembourg. The son of John of Luxembourg and Elizabeth of Bohemia was born on 14 May 1316 in Prague, where he also died on 29 November 1378. Czech Mint now pays another tribute to the exemplary governor – a gold half-ounce (Troy) 25 NZD high-proof quality coin. The new numismatic gem completes the Three Emperors Coins series, which is dedicated to premier personalities from thousands of years within Europe’s history– Charlemagne (issued in 2014), the first medieval emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, his successors Charles IV. of Luxembourg (issued in 2015) and Charles I. of Austria (to be issued in 2016). Your refined collections definitely should not omit the gorgeous themed set with an undisputed investment potential! The magnificent cultural heritage of the Father of the Country, as he is referred to, and his political prowess with which he influenced European history, never stops inspiring artists to new tributes. The latest of them is the 25 NZD gold coin designed by sculptor Vladimír Oppl. The reverse side bears a magnificent portrait of Charles IV. with precisely rendered details of coronation jewels, the Eagle of Saint Wenceslas and the Bohemian Lion. Along the perimeter the coin reads “● MCCCL ● MMXV ● FUNDATOR ● CAROLVS IV ● IMPERATOR ● REX ●”. The obverse side contains a balanced composition of the attributes of the issuer, Niue Island. This valuable work of art by Czech Mint will safely guard your finance and become the pride and joy of your numismatic collection. Do not hesitate with the purchase – the issue is limited to just 500 units! More Less
Coin name: Gold half-ounce coin Karel IV. proof
Date of issue: September 2015
Product Code: 75132-611
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 25 NZD
Author of the obverse: ak. soch. Vladimír Oppl
Author of the reverse: ak. soch. Vladimír Oppl
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 999,9 / 1000
Packaging: Burgundy leather case
Capsule: Yes

Set of two silver medals Honor of Vladimir Pavlica proof | Czech Mint
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Set of two silver medals Honor of Vladimir Pavlica proof | Czech Mint

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Product description On 3 August 2015, the academic painter Vladimír Pavlica - sculptor, graphic artist and an excellent medallist – celebrated his beautiful 70th birthday and the Czech Mint prepared wonderful congratulations for him. Set of two silver medals, which freely follows the previous issue dedicated to our leading medallists Jiří Harcuba and František David. Also the new set dedicated to Vladimír Pavlica will certainly attract the attention of any of numismatic experts! The first of luxurious medals bears a masterful portrait of Vladimir Pavlica on the obverse side. It comes from the academic sculptor Vladimír Oppl`s workshop. The reverse side was created by Pavlica himself and presents the miniatures of his current realizations. A beautiful exhibition of his work in incredibly detailed adaptaion is a real challenge for collectors. The second medal is the unrealized design for a banking issue of 10 000 CZK gold coin commemorating the 600th anniversary of the burning of Jan Hus. Although the proposal did not win the contest, he was awarded a special prize by the CNB for the outstanding artistic merit. Its mintage was a great artist's wish which the Czech Mint made come true with enthusiasm. On the obverse side shines unusually realized portrait of Jan Hus in flames, the name of the reformer and dates of the anniversary of his martyrdom. The reverse side bears an excerpt from the Master's work Výklad viery (An interpretation of the faith) from 1412, "... seek the truth, learn the truth, tell the truth, defend the truth until death." The unique set of two medals of pure silver in proof quality of the mintage is ready to evaluate only 70 fine collections! Hurry up with the purchase of this strictly limited numismatic pride! More Less
Coin name: Set of two silver medals Honor of Vladimir Pavlica proof
Date of issue: September 2015
Collection: Tribute to Medalists
Product Code: 41522-721
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: ak. mal. Vladimír Pavlica/ak. soch. Vladimír Oppl
Author of the reverse: ak. mal. Vladimír Pavlica
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Dřevěná etue
Capsule: Yes

Set of four silver medals Tribute to Jiri Harcuba proof | Czech Mint
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Set of four silver medals Tribute to Jiri Harcuba proof | Czech Mint

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Product description Jiří Harcuba was an artist with an unmistakable signature style and his work has rightly achieved global acclaim. He excelled not only in glass art, imprinting his talent in a number of unique numismatic works as well. Everyone knows the current 5CZK coin, his work. Czech Mint has decided to pay tribute to his lifelong work with an extraordinary set of three original medals and one unique replica. Jiří Harcuba was born in Harrachov in 1928 and died in 2013. He first learned to be a glass engraver, then graduated from the State Technical School in Nový Bor. He studied at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, focusing on sculpture and engraving with Professor Stipl. Jiří Harcuba became interested in competitions for new coin and medal designs in the 1960s. One of his designs cost him four months in prison – it was a silver medal designed for fellow countrymen in the USA whose replica is included in this Czech Mint set. The original was made on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Czechoslovakia and illustrates the events of 21 August 1968. Jiří Harcuba’s works were much discussed by experts, primarily because of their uniqueness and courage. This may also be why the world’s premier universities invited him for lectures until old age. With this unique set, Czech Mint is also introducing three other attractive works by Jiří Harcuba – medals with the motifs of important Czech cultural history personalities - Gustav Mahler, Alfons Mucha and Josef Kajetán Tyl. The medals’ reverse side is common to all three pure silver gems, bearing the beautiful Muse motif. All four numismatic gems are contained in a wooden box with theme engraving, a remembrance brochure and a certificate of authenticity. Do not hesitate and enrich your collection with the masterful work of a nonconformist medal designer, which is limited to just 600 units! More Less
Coin name: Set of four silver medals Tribute to Jiri Harcuba proof
Date of issue: September 2015
Product Code: 41521-711
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: ak. soch. Jiří Harcuba/ak. soch. Jiří Dostál/ak. soch Jan Lukáš
Author of the reverse: ak. soch. Jiří Harcuba/ak. soch. Jiří Dostál/ak. soch Jan Lukáš
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Dřevěná etue
Capsule: Yes

Set of four gold medals Tribute to Jiri Harcuba proof | Czech Mint
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Set of four gold medals Tribute to Jiri Harcuba proof | Czech Mint

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Product description The authors of our coins include many exceptional personalities. Jiří Harcuba, a glass artist, medal designer and the author of the current 5CZK coin is one such rare masters. Czech Mint has decided to introduce numismatic collectors to his work and prepared a luxury set of three medals that Jiří Harcuba prepared for the Czech National Bank competitions along with an original replica. Jiří Harcuba (born in Harrachov on 6 December 1928, died on 26 July 2013) learned glass engraving in Harrachov and then studied a glassmaking school in Nový Bor. He went on to study at the Faculty of Education in Olomouc. He completed his education at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague. During his fruitful life, he created many coins, medals and glass relievos portraying famous celebrities. The most prominent ones of them include Comenius, Antonín Dvořák, Franz Kafka and Albert Einstein. As an Esperantist, he also designed the renewed Esperanto memorial in Františkovy Lázně. The set contains three portrait medals – Gustav Mahler, Alfons Mucha and Josef Kajetán Tyl. Their obverse sides bear original portraits of these major artists, the reverse side is common to all three of them and bears the Muse motif. The fourth medal in the set replicates the original made on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the independent Czechoslovakia and capturing the events of 21 August 1968. The courageous design even cost Harcuba imprisonment. The set of four gold medals comes in a wooden box with theme engraving, a remembrance brochure and a certificate of authenticity. Set aside honorary position for this extraordinary homage in your collections – the sets will come to only 200 collectors! More Less
Coin name: Set of four gold medals Tribute to Jiri Harcuba proof
Date of issue: September 2015
Product Code: 41520-611
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: ak. soch. Jiří Harcuba/ak. soch. Jiří Dostál/ak. soch Jan Lukáš
Author of the reverse: ak. soch. Jiří Harcuba/ak. soch. Jiří Dostál/ak. soch Jan Lukáš
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 986 / 1000
Packaging: Dřevěná etue
Capsule: Yes

Set of 2015 circulation coins proof - suede case | Czech Mint
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Set of 2015 circulation coins proof - suede case | Czech Mint

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Product description Czech Mint has been minting current coins since 1993. Every year, it also prepares the highly popular sets of such coins issued by the CNB, adding an intriguing collector piece every time. The set of current coins for 2015 in the exceptional high-quality (proof) includes a silver coin with Charles IV. - the motif used on the 100CZK note. The set comes in a luxury suede cover and is made in a limited edition of 2,000 units. The current coins of the independent Czech Republic were first issued in 1993 and were denominated in 10, 20 and 50 hellers and 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 Czech crowns. The decision to withdraw hellers from the circulation dates back to August 2008. Beginning with 2009, all the sets contain six coins that have never circulated and were minted in the year of issue of the set. The Charles IV. theme for the bank note was designed by Oldřich Kulhánek and his daughter, the talented graphic artist Klára Melichová modified his design for mintage purposes. The sculptor Vladimír Oppl prepared the relief model. The obverse side of the medal is dominated by a portrait of Charles IV. while the reverse side is decorated with the theme of the Charles University seal known from the reverse side of the 100CZK note. This small hoard of Czech numismatics should not be missing in any sophisticated collection. The setmakes a perfect addition to one’s collection as well as a great gift on any exceptional occasion related to the year 2015. Make yourselves or your loved ones happy in a valuable and original way! More Less
Coin name: Set of 2015 circulation coins proof - suede case
Date of issue: September 2015
Product Code: 41509-081
Issuer: Czech national bank
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Fineness: 0 / 1000
Packaging: Velvet case

Silver medal Old-Town Astronomical Clock - Virgo proof | Czech Mint
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Silver medal Old-Town Astronomical Clock - Virgo proof | Czech Mint

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Product description If we were to search a zodiac sign characterised by realism and rationality, which craves assurance and cannot imagine living without rules, we would certainly end the search with the Virgo. People born at the end of August and in September excel at diligence and often even extreme orderliness. These late summer children are in for the latest silver medal issue as part of the highly successful Old-Town Astronomical Clock series by Czech Mint. This series of twelve magical medals rendered in the exceptional high-quality (proof) focuses on the various zodiac signs and features the picturesque scenes from the calendar plate of the Old Town Astronomical Clock. It was authored by the major Czech painter, Josef Mánes, who completed it in 1865. We can currently admire the original plate in the City of Prague Museum while a successful replica made by Jan Kryštof Liška adorns the majestic building. Josef Mánes was inspired by the simple rural life and he dedicated the image of crop threshers on the backdrop of Kunětická Mountain to August. This theme, along with Mánes’s impressive rendition of the Sun’s Virgo sign and the tasteful AUGUST and VIRGO inscriptions make up the composition of the pure silver medal’s obverse side. The design was created by the sculptress Daniela Kartáková who also created the original reverse side common to the entire series. It features a portrait of Josef Mánes in front of the famous astronomical plate and completed with the circular JOSEF MÁNES and PRAGUE ASTRONOMICAL CLOCK inscription. A lovely birthday present as well as a less ordinary collector item – this is the new issue in the Czech Mint series. More Less
Coin name: Silver medal Old-Town Astronomical Clock - Virgo proof
Date of issue: August 2015
Product Code: 31004-721
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: ak. soch. Daniela Kartáková
Author of the reverse: ak. soch. Daniela Kartáková
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Blue leather case
Capsule: Yes

Gold one-ounce coin Maxipes Fík proof | Czech Mint
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Gold one-ounce coin Maxipes Fík proof | Czech Mint

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Product description The issue of gold coins 5 NZD from The Czech Mint reminds beautiful fairytale double anniversary. In 2015, Bedtime TV Storieis (Večerníček) celebrates its 50 years and popular Maxipes Fík is forty this year (“pes” in Czech means “dog”). Gold coin is a beautiful reminder of evenings spent in their company and also a celebration of the famous Czech film art, creativity, professionalism and typical humor. Maxipes Fík is the original Czech animated bedtime story, that have entertained both, adults and younsters, since 1975. Author of the origanal script is the screenwriter Rudolf Čechura, animator is Jiří Šalamoun and the music was composed by Peter Skoumal. Fík´s unique voice and the voices of other heroes are narrated by Josef Dvořák. Altogether, two series were filmed, Maxipes Fík in 1975 and Maxipes Fík`s Wild Dreams three years later. Each of them includes 13 funny parts, which tell the stories about the girl Ája and her oversized canine friend. Ája`s Daddy brought home a puppy and named it Rek. However, the name was difficult for Ája to pronounce an that is why they changed his name to Fík. The doggie grew like crazy, soon the box and then the doghouse were too small for him. He stopped growing at the moment, when he drank a whole barrel of beer. And because he learnt to speak, funny stories began to happen. Jiří Šalamoun`s unmistakable graphics was adapted into the form of an exceptional coin by designer Irena Hradecká, DiS. The reverse side of the coin bears the cheerful scene featuring Maxipes Fík wearing slippers, accompanied by his beloved friend Ája on a trip to the nature. The obverse side of the coin features issuer`s attributes and the nominal value of 5 NZD. Save these timeless memories in the form of artistically crafted gold in your collection, and found first valuable collections for small numismatists. More Less
Coin name: Gold one-ounce coin Maxipes Fík proof
Date of issue: August 2015
Collection: Bedtime Stories
Product Code: 75136-611
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 50 NZD
Author of the obverse: Irena Hradecká, DiS.
Author of the reverse: Irena Hradecká, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 999,9 / 1000
Packaging: Burgundy leather case
Capsule: Yes

Gold coin Maxipes Fík proof | Czech Mint
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Gold coin Maxipes Fík proof | Czech Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Product description The issue of gold coins 5 NZD from The Czech Mint reminds beautiful fairytale double anniversary. In 2015, Bedtime TV Storieis (Večerníček) celebrates its 50 years and popular Maxipes Fík is forty this year (“pes” in Czech means “dog”). Gold coin is a beautiful reminder of evenings spent in their company and also a celebration of the famous Czech film art, creativity, professionalism and typical humor. Maxipes Fík is the original Czech animated bedtime story, that have entertained both, adults and younsters, since 1975. Author of the origanal script is the screenwriter Rudolf Čechura, animator is Jiří Šalamoun and the music was composed by Peter Skoumal. Fík´s unique voice and the voices of other heroes are narrated by Josef Dvořák. Altogether, two series were filmed, Maxipes Fík in 1975 and Maxipes Fík`s Wild Dreams three years later. Each of them includes 13 funny parts, which tell the stories about the girl Ája and her oversized canine friend. Ája`s Daddy brought home a puppy and named it Rek. However, the name was difficult for Ája to pronounce an that is why they changed his name to Fík. The doggie grew like crazy, soon the box and then the doghouse were too small for him. He stopped growing at the moment, when he drank a whole barrel of beer. And because he learnt to speak, funny stories began to happen. Jiří Šalamoun`s unmistakable graphics was adapted into the form of an exceptional coin by designer Irena Hradecká, DiS. The reverse side of the coin bears the cheerful scene featuring Maxipes Fík wearing slippers, accompanied by his beloved friend Ája on a trip to the nature. The obverse side of the coin features issuer`s attributes and the nominal value of 5 NZD. Save these timeless memories in the form of artistically crafted gold in your collection, and found first valuable collections for small numismatists. More Less
Coin name: Gold coin Maxipes Fík proof
Date of issue: August 2015
Collection: Bedtime Stories
Product Code: 75131-611
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 5 NZD
Author of the obverse: Irena Hradecká, DiS.
Author of the reverse: Irena Hradecká, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 986 / 1000
Packaging: Gold paper case
Capsule: Yes

Silver coin Maxipes Fík proof | Czech Mint
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Silver coin Maxipes Fík proof | Czech Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Product description One hundred of intriguing love stories written by the founder of the Italian Renaissance prose Giovanni Boccaccio – it is the Decameron, one of the most famous literary works dealing with the joys and dangers of love, that inspired The Czech Mint to create a series of ten silver medals. The first of them was issued in 2013 on the occassion of the 700th anniversary of the writer's birth. Every year, during five years, two pieces of art are created and they are attractive challenges for refinement of your numismatic collection. Another addition is a medal, with the motif of the story About the law, in an extraordinary proof quality. The Decameron was created between 1348 and 1353, when the plague broke out in Florence and townspeople tried to avoid the infection by fleeing. The main heroes of the book - Pampinea, Fiammetta, Filomena, Emilia, Lauretta, Neifile, Elisa, Panfilo, Filostrato and Dioneo – escaped together to the countryside, where they wanted to survive the period of plague. To pass the time, they were telling love stories every day. Filostratus tells the story of a noblewoman Filippa. She, along with her husband, lived in the region of Prat, which was renowned for its harsh laws and where adultery was punished by being burned. Fillipa`s housband wanted to apply just this law, one evening, when he found his beautiful wife in the arms of a young Lazzarini de 'Guazzagliotri, the object of Filippa`s very deep feelings. However, the woman described the law at the court as a bad law, because during its creation there was not a single woman there. After the court revealed that she gave herself to her husband whenever he asked for it, and therefore the marriage was consummated.She also defended that if a woman can offer more love than required by her husband, she also can serve another man. The law was changed due to her speech and she was freed. The topic of this story is traditionally realized by academic sculptor Vladimír Oppl. The obverse side of the medal features a scene depicting the moment when the husband caught his unfaithful wife in flagrante with her lover. Background of the obverse side is formed by the motif of the tree of life that links the entire series. Another common feature of the issues from the cycle is an erotic token - Roman Spintriae. The reverse side of the medal includes the portrait of Giovanni Boccaccio, along with the Town Hall in Certaldo and the house where he lived and worked. Only 500 pieces of the silver medals are ready to embellish your exceptional collection! More Less
Coin name: Silver coin Maxipes Fík proof
Date of issue: August 2015
Collection: Bedtime Stories
Product Code: 75130-711
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 2 NZD
Author of the obverse: Irena Hradecká, DiS.
Author of the reverse: Irena Hradecká, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Silver paper case
Capsule: Yes

Silver coin Ivo Viktor proof | Czech Mint
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Silver coin Ivo Viktor proof | Czech Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Product description Towards Belgrade, towards Belgrade! This is the familiar cry of the Good Soldier Schweik. Likewise, our football team players surely had it on the lips in 1976 when they were going to the capital of the former Yugoslavia to the European Football Championship. At that moment they had no idea that they were going to change the history of Czech football. During that incredible sport concert they gradually deal with such rivals, like the Soviet Union in the quarterfinals, and they eliminated them for the first time in history. That was followed by the defeat of the Dutch players and finally, in the final tournament, Czechoslovakia won against reigning world and European champion Germany thanks to the decisive penalty. Great dream became reality and we had the first and so far the last highest European football title. Perfect harmony of our team, fearless attack and of course defense and the adamant goalkeeper were the keys of the phenomenal success. The goalkeeper was Ivo Viktor. Next issue of the very popular series Czechoslovak football legend, prepared for fans and collectors by The Czech Mint, is dedicated to him. Ivo Viktor was born on 21 May 1942 in Křelov and his football roots began in FC Spartak Šternberk at the age of fourteen. Then he stood out in several clubs and finally he put on the shirt of Dukla Praha in 1963, and played with them hundreds of Premier League matches. He joined the national team for the first time in1966 in Brazil in a friendly match at Maracana stadium, where he received a goal from Pele himself. According to his team-mates it was an imaginary baptism, which predestined him to be a great goalkeeper. This prediction was completely fulfilled and Ivo Viktor is a real football legend. Although he had to leave the active career a year after his victory Belgrade, however, he is still devoted to football as a coach. Silver Smart coin Ivo Viktor 2 NZD from The Czech Mint is not only an exceptional collector's item, but also a reminder of a player with a sporting spirit and extraordinary intuition. The design of the reverse side of the coin is remarkably made by MgA. Martin Dašek, which presents a faithful portrait of the goalkeeper completed with his name, signature and text Champions of Europe 1976 BELGRADE. Add to your collection another evidence of a real Czech mastery! The obverse side of the coin is formed by issuer`s attributes and the motif of a ball in the shape of a heart a symbol of Nadace fotbalových internacionálů (International Football Foundation), which will support our former football champions with the part of the earnings from the sale of these coins ! More Less
Coin name: Silver coin Ivo Viktor proof
Date of issue: August 2015
Product Code: 75117-711
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 2 NZD
Author of the obverse: MgA. Martin Dašek
Author of the reverse: MgA. Martin Dašek
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Silver paper case
Capsule: Yes

Gold quarter-ounce coin Ivo Viktor proof | Czech Mint
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Gold quarter-ounce coin Ivo Viktor proof | Czech Mint

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Product description Year 1976 brought a lot of interesting things - the opening of the National Gallery or the start of serial production of Skoda 105 and 120. For sports fans, this year marked a dream which several times became reality - Czechoslovak hockey team won first gold during the Ice Hockey World Championship and 20th June, our footballers for the first and so far last time in history won the European Champion title in Belgrade! The goal was kept by thirty-four years old Ivo Viktor. He was elected the best goalkeeper of the tournament and also the third best European Footballer of the Year in a survey Golden Ball. His unprecedented talent is still not forgotten and the Czech Mint dedicated to him new issue of gold quarter-ounce Smart coins 10 NZD. Fifth part of major European Championship held in the former Yugoslav capital was amazing for everybody. The Soviet Union was eliminated in the quarterfinals for the first time in history. Another pleasant surprise was the semi-final defeat of Dutch stars and absolute shock was then in the very final victory over reigning world and European champions - Germany. It was Ivo Viktor, a native of Křelov who managed to resist the pressure of rivals and defend the Czech goal against many interventions. From 1963 until the end of his career he wore shirt of Dukla Praha. Twice he won the league title playing a total of 316 premier league matches. Ivo Viktor scored five times in the survey Czechoslovak Footballer of the Year, his health problems, however, forced him to stop active career in 1977. Although he had to leave the active career in 1977, however, he is still devoted to his love, football, as a coach Smart coin 10 NZD Ivo Viktor celebrates great personality with gold quarter-ounce coin, which presents a faithful portrait of the goalkeeper completed with his name, signature and text Champions of Europe 1976 BELGRADE. The author of the reverse side is MgA. Martin Daška, that confirms his distinctive artwork. The result is a wonderful collector's item, which will certainly not escape the attention of any patriot! The obverse side of the coin is formed by issuer`s attributes and the motif of a ball in the shape of a heart a symbol of Nadace fotbalových internacionálů (International Football Foundation), which will support our former football champions with the part of the earnings from the sale of these coins ! More Less
Coin name: Gold quarter-ounce coin Ivo Viktor proof
Date of issue: August 2015
Product Code: 75116-611
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 10 NZD
Author of the obverse: MgA. Martin Dašek
Author of the reverse: MgA. Martin Dašek
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 999,9 / 1000
Packaging: Gold paper case
Capsule: Yes

Gold double-ounce coin Voskovec and Werich proof | Czech Mint
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Gold double-ounce coin Voskovec and Werich proof | Czech Mint

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Product description Two famous artists, two great creative personalities, two ounces of pure gold. All these aspects are masterfully represented in new two-ounce Smart gold coin 100 NZD, which the Czech Mint issued to commemorate the 110th anniversary of the birth of Jiří Voskovec and Jan Werich, in a limited edition of 200 pieces of extraordinary proof quality. The author of both sides of the coin is academic sculptor Zbyněk Fojtů, a skillful medallist, whose talent gave birth to another magnificent work of art, which bears, in addition to the original manufacturing of an interesting topic, also undeniable investment potential. Jiří Voskovec (19th June, 1905, Sázava - 1st July 198, ,Pear Blossom) and Jan Werich (6th February, 1905, Prague - 31st October, 1980, Prague) created a duo in 1926, first as colleagues at the editorial offfice of the magazine called Přerod. Their collaboration inOsvobozené divadlo (Liberated Theatre), where they first appeared in 1927, led to the first authors' own game - Vest Pocket Revue. After its success, other great pieces were not long in coming. Until 1935 they worked under the auspices of the Liberated Theatre, after that, for two years, under the auspices of Spoutané divadlo (Shackled Theater), in which they realized one of their most daring plays - Balada z hadrů. In 1937 they returned to the Liberated Theatre for one year, but it was soon closed and the three-Voskovec Werich-Ježek had to leave Czechoslovakia. During the Second World War they made their living as actors for the Czech community in the US and also preparing programs for anti-Nazi radio station Voice of America, which were transmitted in Europe. From the joint creation of Jiři Voskovec and Jan Werich many plays left a trace in the memory of viewers, such as Pěst na oko, Rub a líc, Těžká Barbora, Caesar, Osel a stín, Golem, Kat a blázen or Svět za mřížemi. In addition to the plays thy also created films Pudr a benzín, Hej rup, Svět patří nám and Peníze nebo život. The reverse side of the coin features Jan Werich and Jiří Voskovec as unmistakable clowns, together with the texts JAN WERICH, JIŘÍ VOSKOVEC, 1905-2015 on the perimeter.There are essential issuer´s attributes on the obverse side of the coin - portrait of the British ruler Elizabeth II, decoratively festooned with the letters V + W and inscriptions: ELIZABETH II, 100 DOLLARS, NIUE ISLAND N and 2015. Two-ounce coin 100 NZD Voskovec and Werich is an attractive and dignified way of saving your financial reserves and a timeless reminder of the important eras of cultural history of the Czech nation. Enrich your collection with this wonderful addition! More Less
Coin name: Gold double-ounce coin Voskovec and Werich proof
Date of issue: August 2015
Product Code: 75103-611
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 100 NZD
Author of the obverse: ak. soch. Zbyněk Fojtů
Author of the reverse: ak. soch. Zbyněk Fojtů
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 999,9 / 1000
Packaging: Black leather case
Capsule: Yes

Silver coin Fire salamander proof | Czech Mint
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Silver coin Fire salamander proof | Czech Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Product description The distinctive black and yellow drawing of an unmistakably coloured amphibian, that finds hiding place from the sun mainly in the rocks, under the stones and under the bark of trees, is essentially a warning to other species. Yes, we are talking about fire salamander, another beautiful creature included on the endangered species list of the Czech Republic. The latest issue of unique Smart silver 1 NZD coin by The Czech Mint is dedicated to it. Decrease of fire salamander in wild nature was caused by human beings; by planting of spruce monocultures, deforestation, water pollution and in particular by the massive growth of car traffic. Its capture for farming purposes is therefore forbidden by the Berne Convention. Salamander is primarily characterized by its nightlife and during the day it looks for a quiet retreat in the nature. It leaves its daily shelter after rain, when it looks for food, which mainly consists of earthworms, millipedes, spiders, insects, worms and slugs. Salamander spends the winter in groups below the ground. Home of the visible amphibian is the Southern and Central Europe, the Southwest Africa and the Western Asia. In the Czech Republic, the presence of salamander, with a few exceptions, is recorded in the whole territory. Its natural habitat is moist deciduous and mixed forests. Fire salamander prefers altitude of 200-600 meters above sea level, but it is not exceptional to meet him in the lowlands and in the mountains. To reproduce, it needs water, where the female releases larvae. Therefore it searches vicinity of watercourses, ponds or wells. In the wild nature they live up to 20 and in captivity up to 50 years. Attractive coloured coin features, on the obverse side, the original view of the beautiful animal from two angles, along with its Czech and Latin name MLOK SVRNITÝ – SALAMANDRA. Extremely successful design of both sides was prepared by academic sculptor Majka Wichnerová. She prepared a tasteful composition of issuer`s attributes and a nominal value of 1 NZD for the obverse side of the coin. The coin is served in a colourful illustrated blister and its edition is limited to 1000 pieces. Unconventional mintage will please experienced collectors, as well as it will give impetus to the establishment of the first collections of beginning numismatists. More Less
Coin name: Silver coin Fire salamander proof
Date of issue: July 2015
Product Code: 75109-718
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 1 NZD
Author of the obverse: ak. soch. Majka Wichnerová
Author of the reverse: ak. soch. Majka Wichnerová
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: No
Material: Silver
Coloured: Yes
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Blister
Capsule: Yes

Silver medal Decameron - Sixth Day - About the law proof | Czech Mint
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Silver medal Decameron - Sixth Day - About the law proof | Czech Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Product description One hundred of intriguing love stories written by the founder of the Italian Renaissance prose Giovanni Boccaccio – it is the Decameron, one of the most famous literary works dealing with the joys and dangers of love, that inspired The Czech Mint to create a series of ten silver medals. The first of them was issued in 2013 on the occassion of the 700th anniversary of the writer's birth. Every year, during five years, two pieces of art are created and they are attractive challenges for refinement of your numismatic collection. Another addition is a medal, with the motif of the story About the law, in an extraordinary proof quality. The Decameron was created between 1348 and 1353, when the plague broke out in Florence and townspeople tried to avoid the infection by fleeing. The main heroes of the book - Pampinea, Fiammetta, Filomena, Emilia, Lauretta, Neifile, Elisa, Panfilo, Filostrato and Dioneo – escaped together to the countryside, where they wanted to survive the period of plague. To pass the time, they were telling love stories every day. Filostratus tells the story of a noblewoman Filippa. She, along with her husband, lived in the region of Prat, which was renowned for its harsh laws and where adultery was punished by being burned. Fillipa`s housband wanted to apply just this law, one evening, when he found his beautiful wife in the arms of a young Lazzarini de 'Guazzagliotri, the object of Filippa`s very deep feelings. However, the woman described the law at the court as a bad law, because during its creation there was not a single woman there. After the court revealed that she gave herself to her husband whenever he asked for it, and therefore the marriage was consummated.She also defended that if a woman can offer more love than required by her husband, she also can serve another man. The law was changed due to her speech and she was freed. The topic of this story is traditionally realized by academic sculptor Vladimír Oppl. The obverse side of the medal features a scene depicting the moment when the husband caught his unfaithful wife in flagrante with her lover. Background of the obverse side is formed by the motif of the tree of life that links the entire series. Another common feature of the issues from the cycle is an erotic token - Roman Spintriae. The reverse side of the medal includes the portrait of Giovanni Boccaccio, along with the Town Hall in Certaldo and the house where he lived and worked. Only 500 pieces of the silver medals are ready to embellish your exceptional collection! More Less
Coin name: Silver medal Decameron - Sixth Day - About the law proof
Date of issue: August 2015
Product Code: 31029-721
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: ak. soch. Vladimír Oppl
Author of the reverse: ak. soch. Vladimír Oppl
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Blue leather case
Capsule: Yes

Gold one ounce medal Karlštejn castle proof | Czech Mint
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Gold one ounce medal Karlštejn castle proof | Czech Mint

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Product description Our country is, due to its rich history, an inexhaustible reservoir of jewels from all periods of history and artistic trends. If we wanted to select only a handful of them, which would represent the Czech Republic in the challenging global competition, we certainly would not miss an architectural gem from the 14th century - Karlštejn Castle. This unique object was highlighted by many artists in their pieces of work during centuries, and now The Czech Mint joins the celebration of the exceptional castle, and dedicatesan extraordinary issue of investment one-ounce gold medal to it. Karlštejn occupies a privileged position among Czech castles by right. It was founded in 1348 by Charles IV in order to deposit safely national treasures, especially the precious collection of holy relics and the crown jewels of the Roman Empire. The majestic building was completed in 1365. During the Hussite wars Karlštejn Castle also served as a repository of Czech crown jewels, that remained there for approximately 200 years. After 1480, the Castle was reconstructed in Gothic style and later, at the end of the 16th century, in Renaissance style. The current look of Karlštejn comes from the last reconstruction, which took place in the late 19th century. Unusual terraced arrangement of single buildings offers visitors a truly breathtaking experience. From the lowest lying parts: the Outer ward, the Well Tower and the Burgrave House you can go up to the five-floor Imperial Palace and the Marian Tower placed over it. The highest point of the promontory is dominated by the 60 meters high Big Tower and mighty fortifications. The interior of the castle hides the original paintings from the 14th century and in the Chapel of the Holy Cross there are 129 wall paintings by the Gothic painter Master Theodoric. The impressive castle area also houses the largest national portrait gallery of Czech rulers and a replica of St. Wenceslas coronation crown of the Czech kings. Charming work in the form of one troy ounce medal of pure gold presents an excellent handwriting of the gifted artist MgA. Jan Hásek, who, in the obverse side, managed to capture the stunning view of the whole building of Karlštejn with all its impressive details. The reverse side is decorated with relief sculptures of both coronation crowns – the Roman emperors`crown as well as the Czech kings`crown. The design is completed with the inscription KAREL IV ROMAN EMPEROR CZECH KING. Engaging medal bears significant artistic value, at the same time is also a guarantee of securely stored financial reserves. With only 100 pieces of medals, Karlštejn is an attractive challenge for all numismatic enthusiasts. More Less
Coin name: Gold one ounce medal Karlštejn castle proof
Date of issue: July 2015
Product Code: 31085-631
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: Mgr. A. Jan Hásek
Author of the reverse: Mgr. A. Jan Hásek
Numbered issue: Yes
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 999,9 / 1000
Packaging: Burgundy leather case
Capsule: Yes

Gold quarter-ounce medal Look-out tower Cvilín proof | Czech Mint
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Gold quarter-ounce medal Look-out tower Cvilín proof | Czech Mint

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Coin name: Gold quarter-ounce medal Look-out tower Cvilín proof
Date of issue: July 2015
Product Code: 31016-611
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: Luboš Charvát
Author of the reverse: Luboš Charvát
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 999,9 / 1000
Packaging: Burgundy leather case
Capsule: Yes

Silver medal Look-out tower Cvilín proof | Czech Mint
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Silver medal Look-out tower Cvilín proof | Czech Mint

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Coin name: Silver medal Look-out tower Cvilín proof
Date of issue: July 2015
Product Code: 31015-721
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: Luboš Charvát
Author of the reverse: Luboš Charvát
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Blue leather case
Capsule: Yes

Gold one-ounce medal Look-out tower Cvilín proof | Czech Mint
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Gold one-ounce medal Look-out tower Cvilín proof | Czech Mint

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Coin name: Gold one-ounce medal Look-out tower Cvilín proof
Date of issue: July 2015
Product Code: 31015-621
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: Luboš Charvát
Author of the reverse: Luboš Charvát
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 999,9 / 1000
Packaging: Burgundy leather case
Capsule: Yes

Set of gold Czechoslovak coins designed by Frantisek David proof | Czech Mint
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Set of gold Czechoslovak coins designed by Frantisek David proof | Czech Mint

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Product description A haléř, or also a halíř /cent/, is our lowest currency unit. Its history dates back to the 13th century when it was struck in Swabia, in Hall am Kocher, from which derived the Latin name denarius hallenses, German Haller. In the Czech Republic, where it appeared in the second half of the 14th century, it began to be called haléř Then it had a form of one-side-silver coin. The mintage was resumed later for Ferdinand I and later again by Maria Theresa in copper. After the reform of Franz Joseph I. in 1892, the penny becomes the smallest denomination of currency. The disintegration of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the formation of the Republic brought the crown as a currency, which was divided into 100 cents. Heller coins were minted in eight historical nominals - 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 20, 25 and 50 cents. The last of them, padesátihaléř alloy of aluminum and magnesium, were withdrawn from circulation in August of 2008. In the 70s and 80s, at the begining of 1972, the circulating hellers gradually gained a new layout and also smaller dimensions. The coins always carried a numerical denomination, the letter "h" and five-pointed star. The letter "D" on the reverse side of cents identifies the author of the series - a sculptor, carver and medalist František David, who was born in 1913 in Buchlovice and died in 2002 in Slaný. The Czech Mint commemorates his masterpieces with an extraordinary set of replicas of coins with a nominal value of 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents of pure gold. Replicas are stored in a luxury wooden etui and adds a gold medal dedicated to the portrait of František David from the workshop of Jaroslav Bejvl. The issue is strictly limited to only 50 pieces - includes numbered graphic sheet and certificate of authenticity. Beautiful probe into the history of the Czechoslovak numismatics is a unique addition to the sophisticated collector's collection! More Less
Coin name: Set of gold Czechoslovak coins designed by Frantisek David proof
Date of issue: July 2015
Product Code: 41514-611
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: ak. soch. Jan Lukáš/Jaroslav Bejvl
Author of the reverse: ak. soch. Jan Lukáš/Jaroslav Bejvl
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 0 / 1000
Packaging: Dřevěná etue
Capsule: Yes

Set of Czechoslovak coins designed by Frantisek David proof | Czech Mint
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Set of Czechoslovak coins designed by Frantisek David proof | Czech Mint

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Product description The Czech Mint has prepared a unique tribute to the significant Czech sculptor, carver and medalist František David (* 25/ 10./1913, Buchlovice; † 19./01/2002 Slaný). It chose the form of a set of Czechoslovak cents, designed by the artist. The kit includes silver replicas of coins with a value of 5, 10 and 50 cents, as well as a gold replica of 20 cents and a silver medal dedicated to portraits of František David by Jaroslav Bejvl. The set is stored in a luxury wooden etui and includes an elegant certificate of authenticity. An exceptional celebration of the work of the leading Czech medallist should not be omited in any collection. However, it is strictly limited to 500 pieces, therefore, do not hesitate with the reservation and delight yourself or your loved ones with a superb addition to the numismatic collection! 5h: The coins were put into circulation on 1st of 7 1977. On the obverse side there is the national emblem and the name of the state the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic under it the year of its production is placed. Thereverse side carries the nominal value - a large numeral "5", under the letter "h" and above the five-pointed star. The letter "D" identifies the author of the coin. Plain edge. Those coins had value both in Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, as well as in Czechoslovak Federative Republic, and after its end in the Czech Republic and Slovakia - thy remained so for 16 years in circulation There were emitted over 193 million pieces pětihaléř! 10 h: In December 1974 appeared 10 cent coin in circulation with the national emblem Czechoslovakia on the obverse side and with the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic on its description. The reverse side consists of a large number "10" with a small "h". Above the number we can find five-pointed star on the left and below its base is the author's brand of "D". Plain edge. The circulation of these ten hellers took place for19 years and they were minted over one billion of them! 20 h: Twenty heller coin took effect in 1972. The obverse side covers the national emblem and the inscription Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, and a year of manufacture. The reverse side is decorated with a large number "20", the lowercase letter "h" and the Mark of František David "D". Edge is serrated. Brass 10 cent coins also had value in Czechoslovakia and later in the independent republics. The circulation took place for 21 years with a total of about 600 million pieces! 50 h: Fifty heller coin was placed into circulation in the autumn of 1978. The obverse side includes the national emblem, the inscription Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, and the year of its publication. Large numeral "50" dominates the reverse side and it is completed by a five-pointed star and the artist's trademark "D". It has the serrated edge. It was in circulation for 15 years , it was made nearly 215 in million pieces! More Less
Coin name: Set of Czechoslovak coins designed by Frantisek David proof
Date of issue: July 2015
Product Code: 41513-111
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: ak. soch. Jan Lukáš/Jaroslav Bejvl
Author of the reverse: ak. soch. Jan Lukáš/Jaroslav Bejvl
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Ag/Au
Fineness: 0 / 1000
Packaging: Dřevěná etue
Capsule: Yes

Silver medal Jan Hus proof | Czech Mint
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Silver medal Jan Hus proof | Czech Mint

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Product description On July 6, 2015 it would be 600 years since Jan Hus died burnt at stake in Constance. This anniversary also reminds the extraordinary issue of a silver medal by The Czech Mint dedicated to the great man who was not afraid to fight for the truth even at the cost of cruel death. This is the third issue of the most beautiful series of unrealized proposals arising from bank competes coin with a nominal value of 10 000 CZK - Medal burning of Jan Hus followed by the Golden Bull of Sicily and the arrival of missionaries Cyril and Methodius. For all three works of art reminding of big anniversaries watershed moments in our nation's history, we have prepared a common luxurious wooden etui, which will underline their value. When on11th October 1414 religious thinker, reformer and preacher Jan Hus after a lot of thinking went on the way to Constance, he did not know that it was his last trip. He planned to present his sermons on peace and sufficiency of Christ's law, but the fate and his enemies wanted to do that otherwise. They accused him of heresy and arrested him. There were 42 his senteces pointed out from his Writings on church under which he was tried, convicted, and imprisoned in the castle Gottlieben. Further interrogation led to the desecrated Jan Hus 6th July, 1415 in Konstanz Cathedral and the same day he was burned at the stake outside the city. His valuable thoughts, however, were not destroyed and represent an invaluable reference current even today. Engaging silver medal burning of Jan Hus is workof an important medallist and teacher Luboš Charvát, whose flair for original compositions gave rise to very well-done numismatic artwork. The obverse side of the coin presents a portrait of Jan Hus in front of the flames along with inscription Master Jan Hus, 1415 and 2015. There are memorable words along the perimeter of the medal, "HEAR THE TRUTH, LEARN THE TRUTH, LOVE TRUTH, FIND THE TRUTH." The reverse side of the coin bears the impressive layout of arms and other master's quote "TELL THE TRUTH, HOLD THE TRUTH, BECAUSE THE TRUTH WILL MAKE YOU FREE". The unique medal jewel which will capture the attention of every collector, is strictly limited to 1000 pieces, therefore, do not delay, purchase and enjoy the rare addition to your collection! More Less
Coin name: Silver medal Jan Hus proof
Date of issue: July 2015
Product Code: 31001-721
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: Luboš Charvát
Author of the reverse: Luboš Charvát
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Blue leather case
Capsule: Yes

Gold 10000 CZK coin 2015 Jan Hus proof | Czech Mint
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Gold 10000 CZK coin 2015 Jan Hus proof | Czech Mint

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Product description Realization of the coin with nominal value of 10 000 CZK boasts a young sculptor and medalist Jakub Orava, who expanded his portfolio with this enterprise of spectacular artistic numismatic gem. His unusual proposal fascinated a commission including professional advisors ThDr. Jiří Vaníček from the Czechoslovak Hussite Church and prof. PhDr. Marie Bláhová, PhD., From the Faculty of Philosophy. Together, they were awarded first prize in the Czech National Bank and in early July, collectors and investors waited to see the long-awaited issue of gold made on the occasion of the 600th anniversary of Jan Hus, which is now presented by the Czech Mint with pride. Jan Hus went to Constance in the autumn of 1414, to attend the council meeting for the purpose of a definitive solution of the papal schism. The journey, however, was fatal – he was captured and thrown into prison. He refused the offer of an appeal, for which he was stripped of the priesthood and handed over to the secular court for sentencing. It was very merciless and ordered Jan Hus to burn at the stake as a heretic outside the city on 6th July 1415 . The Master's ashes were then thrown into the Rhine to disallow worship his remains. Hus`message, despite the efforts of the Church did not dissapear, on the contrary, to strengthen reform efforts and its strong message sounds urgently after several centuries. The obverse side of the 10 000 CZK coin made of pure gold dominates the manuscript of Jan Hus with a large cross, whose area provided space for tasteful placement of the nominal CZK 10 000 and the inscription CZECH REPUBLIC. At the top of the composition, then there are three Czech earth characters. The reverse side is surprisingly brave, graphically pure concept, dominated by the charismatic figure of Jan Hus`statue complemented bzy the inscription Master Jan Hus and the years 1415-2015. Original artwork suggests a significant investment potential - save your cash reserves safely and enjoy new treasure in the numismatic collection! More Less
Coin name: Gold 10000 CZK coin 2015 Jan Hus proof
Date of issue: July 2015
Product Code: 21508-611
Issuer: Czech national bank
Denomination: 10 000 Kč
Author of the obverse: Jakub Orava
Author of the reverse: Jakub Orava
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 999,9 / 1000
Packaging: Red plastic case
Capsule: Yes

Silver coin The legend of King Arthur - Guinevere and Lancelot proof | Czech Mint
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Silver coin The legend of King Arthur - Guinevere and Lancelot proof | Czech Mint

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King Arthur The third silver coin from the Czech Mint's four-part miniseries inspired by the legend of King Arthur recalls the story of the fateful love between the knight Lancelot and Queen Ginevra. Arthur's legendary comrades-in-arms were the knights who sat with him at a round table where all were equal. They included the valiant Gawain, the pure Galahad, the treacherous Mordred and the loyal Lancelot. The first task the king gave Lancelot was to bring him the sprightly Ginevra, who was Arthur's promised bride. The task looked easy, but as soon as the knight saw his future queen, he fell in love with her. Ginevra returned his feelings, but her commitment to her betrothed was stronger. Lancelot then tried to forget his love in his many adventures, but in vain. When Queen Ginevra was kidnapped by Arthur's enemy Maleagant, Lancelot besieged his castle and rescued his lady. Although both were deeply devoted to Arthur, they could no longer resist the love that flared between them after this event. When Arthur learned of their betrayal, he declared war on Lancelot. Taking advantage of the chaos, Mordred declared himself the new King of England and clashed with Arthur in a battle that cost them their lives... Ginevra and Lancelot suffered from feeling of guilt and decided to retire. The queen gave up her crown and became a nun, the knight gave up his arms and lived the rest of his life as a hermit. On the reverse of the coin, the medal maker Asamat Baltaev, DiS., depicted Lancelot and Ginevra in each other's arms - on horseback, they ride away from Maleagant's castle, which looms behind them. Following the previous coins of the cycle, the background depicts a cross, which in combination with the circular circumference of the coin refers to the Celtic-Christian origin of the legend (it is the so-called Celtic cross). The composition of the reverse side is supplemented with the English inscription LANCELOT - GUINEVERE. The obverse side of the coin represents the mythical round table and is decorated with the coats of arms of Arthur's knights. As the coins of the Czech Mint are licensed by the foreign issuer, the island of Niue, the obverse side bears the name and portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the nominal value of 1 DOLLAR (NZD) and the year of issue 2021. Remember that you can store your complete collection of four coins in a special collector's box, which you can also find in the Czech Mint's offer. More Less
Coin name: Silver coin The legend of King Arthur - Guinevere and Lancelot proof
Date of issue: July 2021
Issue price: 1,690 CZK
Collection: The legend of King Arthur
Product Code: 75828-711
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 1 NZD
Author of the obverse: Asamat Baltaev, DiS.
Author of the reverse: Asamat Baltaev, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Black leather case
Capsule: Yes

Silver coin Dog Breeds - Golden retriever proof | Czech Mint
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Silver coin Dog Breeds - Golden retriever proof | Czech Mint

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Dog Breeds The fourth silver coin of the Czech Mint from the Dog Breeds series is dedicated to the Golden Retriever. With the development of firearms, as hunting declined, it became the task of dogs to track down shot game and bring it to the hunter. Thus the breeds known as retrievers or translated as carriers were born. The most famous of the retrievers was bred in the late 19th century by Dudley Marjoribanks. The Scottish lord, who was an avid waterfowl hunter, wanted the perfect hunting dog with a great sense of smell, pleasant appearance and good qualities. His breeding efforts were crowned with success. The Golden Retriever, named after the vibrant shade of its coat, is energetic, strong and active, yet intelligent, obedient and gentle. As hunting pleasures disappeared from modern society, hunting helpers became mostly family dogs. Because of their affectionate and even-tempered nature, they are now kept as pets and companions that get along well with all members of the household - including visitors and cats. Golden Retrievers are also often used as guide or assistance dogs. The reverse side of the coin, which is the work of medal maker MgA. Martin Dašek, bears two depictions of the golden retriever. The first one is coloured, thus giving the dog's beautiful coat a distinctive look. The second, which is in relief, presents the retriever in the arms of a little girl - the breed is famous for its love of children. The composition is completed by the bilingual inscription ZLATÝ RETRÍVR – GOLDEN RETRIEVER. As the coins of the Czech Mint are issued with a foreign licence from the island of Niue, they bear the name and portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse side, the nominal value of 1 DOLLAR (NZD) and the year of issue 2021. These attributes are supplemented with a series of human and dog´s footprints. All twelve coins from the Dog Breeds series can be saved in a collector's book that can also be found in the Czech Mint's offer. More Less
Coin name: Silver coin Dog Breeds - Golden retriever proof
Date of issue: July 2021
Issue price: 1,740 CZK
Collection: Dog Breeds
Product Code: 75852-718
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 1 NZD
Author of the obverse: MgA. Martin Dašek
Author of the reverse: MgA. Martin Dašek
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Coloured: Yes
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Black leather case
Capsule: Yes

Silver coin Dog Breeds - Yorkshire terier proof | Czech Mint
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Silver coin Dog Breeds - Yorkshire terier proof | Czech Mint

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Dog Breeds The Czech Mint dedicated the third silver coin from the Dog Breeds cycle to the Yorkshire Terrier. With a height of about twenty centimeters and a weight of three kilograms, the Yorkshire Terrier is one of the smallest dogs in the world. His body is covered with long, silky soft hair that can reach to the ground. It's unbelievable, but this show social dog was originally a working breed that hunted rats and sewer rats in the mines. The ban on breeding large hunting dogs was associated with the fact that subjects in England were banned from hunting since 11th century. That's why the miners in Yorkshire, North England, bred a small companion who could catch not only pests, but occasionally some rabbits. With the progressive industrialization of England, dog rats spread to cities, where they helped in spinning mills, cleaned the streets, and entertained the workers. In the so-called rat pits, they took part in fights in which their task was to bite as many rodents as possible within a given time limit. When the professional breeding of dog breeds began to develop at the end of the 19th century, the cute little dog with the big heart of a warrior was noticed by breeders who further reduced its size and lengthened their fur. Yorkshire quickly became a pet of noble ladies… The reverse side of the coin, which is the work of the medal maker MgA. Martin Dašek, bears two images of a Yorkshire Terrier. The first is colored, so it highlights the golden fur of the dog. The second, which is embossed, presents a Yorkshire terrier with his hair all the way to the ground and the necessary bow on the exhibition pillow. The composition is supplemented with a bilingual inscription JORKŠÍRSKÝ TERIÉR – YORKSHIRE TERRIER. Since the coins of the Czech Mint are licensed by the foreign issuer, the island of Niue, the obverse side bears the name and portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the nominal value of 1 DOLLAR (NZD) and the year of issue 2021. These attributes are supplemented with a number of human and dog footprints. You can store all twelve coins from the Dog Breeds cycle in a spectacular collector's book that you will also find in the offer of the Czech Mint. More Less
Coin name: Silver coin Dog Breeds - Yorkshire terier proof
Date of issue: June 2021
Issue price: 1,740 CZK
Collection: Dog Breeds
Product Code: 75851-718
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 1 NZD
Author of the obverse: MgA. Martin Dašek
Author of the reverse: MgA. Martin Dašek
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Coloured: Yes
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Black leather case
Capsule: Yes

Gold coin Well, Just You Wait! - In the amusement park proof | Czech Mint
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Gold coin Well, Just You Wait! - In the amusement park proof | Czech Mint

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Well, Just You Wait! An episode entitled In the Amusement Park became the motif of the Czech Mint's fourth gold coin from a five-part miniseries, which is inspired by the immortal Soviet grotesque Well, Just You Wait! The adventures of the unlucky wolf and the cute hare number a total of 23 grotesques, including a pilot film and various projects that arose after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The creators did not name the original episodes of the series - they just numbered them, so today film distributors distinguish them according to the environment in which they take place. The hare loves entertainment, culture and sports, and among the places where he is chased by a villainous wolf, there is also a beach, a house for a young technician, an Olympic stadium or an amusement park. It was the amusement park that became the scene of the second episode from 1969. The wolf behaves like a hooligan here again, but at the same time he shows the audience that he is an expert dancer and musician. On the reverse side of the officially licensed coin, which is the work of medal maker Petr Patka, DiS., you will find a hare with balloons and a drum, which is followed by a wolf with a guitar with a graceful dance step. The composition is supplemented with a Ferris wheel and the text V LUNAPARKU (In the Amusement Park). Since the coins of the Czech Mint are licensed by the foreign issuer, the island of Niue, the obverse side bears the name and portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the nominal value of 5 DOLLAR (NZD) and the year of issue 2021. Remember that the first coin with the wolf included a cheerful collector's album, where you can store a complete collection of five coins. More Less
Coin name: Gold coin Well, Just You Wait! - In the amusement park proof
Date of issue: June 2021
Issue price: 7,750 CZK
Collection: Well, Just You Wait!
Product Code: 75903-611
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 5 NZD
Author of the obverse: Petr Patka, DiS.
Author of the reverse: Petr Patka, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 999,9 / 1000
Packaging: Black leather case
Capsule: Yes

Silver coin Well, Just You Wait! - In the amusement park proof | Czech Mint
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Silver coin Well, Just You Wait! - In the amusement park proof | Czech Mint

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Well, Just You Wait! An episode entitled In the Amusement Park became the motif of the Czech Mint's fourth silver coin from a five-part miniseries, which is inspired by the immortal Soviet grotesque Well, Just You Wait! In the second episode of the series, which premiered on July 18, 1970, the animated heroes set out for an amusement park. The hooligan wolf came here to have fun in his own way - he wants to ruin the fun of other animals. He decides to sing and play the guitar instead of fireworks, and even if it bothers them, they have to admit that he has talent. Because it is night, the little hare gains courage between visiting the attractions by drumming and singing, which attracts the wolf's attention. However, the plans of the eternal loser to catch the hare are thwarted by a helium balloon, a cat illusionist with a magic hat, a centrifuge and a mirror maze. The chase ends in a musical amphitheater, where the wolf performs flawless tango and he is trapped under the piano lid… On the reverse side of the officially licensed coin, which is the work of medal maker Petr Patka, DiS., you will find a hare with balloons and a drum, which is followed by a wolf with a guitar with a graceful dance step. The composition is supplemented with a Ferris wheel and the text V LUNAPARKU (In the Amusement Park). Since the coins of the Czech Mint are licensed by the foreign issuer, the island of Niue, the obverse side bears the name and portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the nominal value of 1 DOLLAR (NZD) and the year of issue 2021. Remember that the first coin with the wolf included a special collector's album, where you can store a complete collection of five coins. More Less
Coin name: Silver coin Well, Just You Wait! - In the amusement park proof
Date of issue: June 2021
Issue price: 1,190 CZK
Collection: Well, Just You Wait!
Product Code: 75904-711
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 1 NZD
Author of the obverse: Petr Patka, DiS.
Author of the reverse: Petr Patka, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Black leather case
Capsule: Yes

Silver coin Universal Goddess - Vesna stand | Czech Mint
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Silver coin Universal Goddess - Vesna stand | Czech Mint

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Universal Goddess The Czech Mint dedicated the third ancient goddess, the Slavic Vesna, to the silver coin. In many pagan pantheons there are the so-called triple goddesses that symbolize the cycle of nature and all life. The ancient Slavs also worshiped three women - the Virgin Vesna, the mother Živa and the old woman Morana. These archetypes represent birth, maturation and withering, spring, summer and winter. According to the ancient Slavs, the personification of spring took the form of a lovely Vesna - unfettered girl, cheerful and full of life, ethereal, with tousled hair, in a light dress. This virgin takes over the reign of her eldest sister - the freezing and barren Death Morana. It banishes winter, brings green vegetation, therefore, it owns all the spring flowers. Her arrival is announced by the first spring storm, which occurs when the supreme god Perun looks in her eyes and drops his thunder ax in amazement. The Slavs worshiped Vesna from the spring equinox to the summer solstice, not only through mysterious rituals in birch groves or wells, but also by simple dancing or flower wreaths. The reverse side of the coin, processed by the medal maker MgA. Petra Čánská, presents a charming Vesna with unrestrained hair blowing in the wind. The relief is surrounded by spring flowers - from snowdrops to dandelions - and birch branches. Vesna´s curls and birch leaves can also be found on the obverse side of the coin. There they are supplemented with motifs of Greek, Nordic, Indian and Egyptian origin - the obverse side is common to the whole cycle of divine coins. Since the coins of the Czech Mint are licensed by a foreign issuer, the island of Niue, the obverse side also bears its necessary elements - a nominal value of 10 DOLLARS (NZD), the name and portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. and the year of issue 2021. Universal goddesses of the world are immortalized on large coins - each weighing five troy ounces. More Less
Coin name: Silver coin Universal Goddess - Vesna stand
Date of issue: June 2021
Issue price: 6,990 CZK
Collection: Universal Goddess
Product Code: 75863-710
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 10 NZD
Author of the obverse: Kolektiv autorů
Author of the reverse: MgA. Petra Čánská
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Light wooden case
Capsule: Yes

Silver coin Universal Goddess - Frigg stand | Czech Mint
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Silver coin Universal Goddess - Frigg stand | Czech Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Universal Goddess The Czech Mint dedicated the silver coin to the second ancient goddess, the Viking Frigg. Frigg is the wife of Odin and the supreme goddess of the Nordic pantheon. She is beautiful, stout, and like her husband, infinitely wise. She sees the future, but usually keeps her secret to herself. Although she knows the destinies of all people and gods, she has failed to prevent the tragic death of her son Baldr, the kindest and most beloved of the gods. Her immense love for her son has made her a patron of marriage and fertility and a protector of home and family who can heal illnesses and injuries. Frigg is noble and just - she keeps the peace between men whose pride does not allow compromise, and as one of the few, she can change Odin's opinion. Last but not least, she acts as the goddess of spinning and weaving, and her symbols are the distaff and the spindle that she gave to humanity. These instruments symbolize not only the traditional women's craft, but also the destiny of a world intertwined with thousands of thin strands that Frigg knows well… The reverse side of the coin, which was processed by the medal maker Lenka Nebeská, DiS., presents a noble Frigg sitting on a throne. In his hand she holds the spindle of destiny, from which a small child unwinds the yarn. In the background stands a heron - an animal dedicated to the goddess - and the entire relief is surrounded by characteristic Viking ornaments, which can also be found on the obverse side of the coin. They are accompanied by motifs of Greek, Slavic, Indian and Egyptian origin - the obverse side is common to the whole cycle of divine coins. As the coins of the Czech Mint are licensed by a foreign issuer, the island of Niue, the obverse side still bears its necessary attributes - a nominal value of 10 DOLLARS (NZD), the name and portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. and year of issue 2021. The great goddesses of the world are immortalized on large coins - each weighing five troy ounces. More Less
Coin name: Silver coin Universal Goddess - Frigg stand
Date of issue: May 2021
Issue price: 6,990 CZK
Collection: Universal Goddess
Product Code: 75862-710
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 10 NZD
Author of the obverse: Kolektiv autorů
Author of the reverse: Lenka Nebeská, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Light wooden case
Capsule: Yes

Silver coin Sign of Zodiac - Leo proof | Czech Mint
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Silver coin Sign of Zodiac - Leo proof | Czech Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Sign of Zodiac The silver coin of the Czech Mint from the gift series with the motifs of the 12 signs of the zodiac will become not only beautiful, but also a valuable talisman for anyone born under the sign of Leo. The shape of the constellation of Leo is reminiscent of the king of animals - and not just any king. The lion shines in the sky as a reminder of the valiant Heracles and the first of his legendary twelve quests to hunt down the dangerous and invincible beast. In addition to the constellations, the Lions in human form are ruled by another celestial body - the Sun. Just as the brightest star is the center of our solar system, also Lions tend to be the center of attention. Like their animal namesakes, they are dominant creatures who want to win in all circumstances. They are sociable and charismatic, but can easily succumb to pride and arrogance. The unusual oval-shaped coin bears a coloured depiction of a Lion on the reverse side. No photographs or computer graphics were used as the basis for the colouring - the author of the coin, Asamat Baltaev, DiS., created an original watercolour painting. The relief in the background behind the Lion presents a disc with a dozen zodiac signs. The composition of the reverse side is supplemented with the Latin inscription LEO and the corresponding astrological symbol. As the coins of the Czech Mint are issued with the foreign licence of the island of Niue, the obverse side bears its national emblem, the nominal value of ONE DOLLAR (NZD) and the year of issue 2021. All this is surrounded by twelve astrological signs. The coin is stored in an elegant box. More Less
Coin name: Silver coin Sign of Zodiac - Leo proof
Date of issue: July 2021
Issue price: 2,990 CZK
Collection: Sign of Zodiac
Product Code: 75839-718
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 1 NZD
Author of the obverse: Asamat Baltaev, DiS.
Author of the reverse: Asamat Baltaev, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Coloured: Yes
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Dimension: 45,3 x 30,3 mm
Packaging: Black leather case
Capsule: Yes

Silver coin Sign of Zodiac - Cancer proof | Czech Mint
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Silver coin Sign of Zodiac - Cancer proof | Czech Mint

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Sign of Zodiac The silver coin from the Czech Mint´s gift series with motifs of 12 signs of the zodiac will become not only a beautiful, but also a valuable talisman for everyone who was born in the sign of Cancer. The constellation of Cancer was named after the ancient Greek legend of Heracles, who encountered a hydro and its helper - a huge crayfish, while performing the legendary twelve tasks. Crabs in human form are vulnerable like fragile aquatic crustaceans - they are compassionate, receptive and empathetic, full of emotions. In addition to the stars, they are also ruled by Luna - the Moon, which symbolizes the desire to indulge in feelings and instincts. Cancer life is devoted to helping others, but they are also happy to be cared for. However, both can grow into emotional dependence. Their protective place is usually home and they like creative activities. The non-traditional oval coin bears a colored image of Cancer on the reverse side. Photographs or computer graphics were not used as a template for coloring - the coin's author, Asamat Baltaev, DiS., created an original watercolor painting. The relief in the background behind Cancer presents a disk with a dozen zodiac signs. The composition of the reverse is supplemented with the Latin inscription CANCER, together with the corresponding astrological symbol. Since the coins of the Czech Mint are licensed by the foreign issuer, the island of Niue, the obverse side bears its national emblem, the nominal value of ONE DOLLAR (NZD) and the year of issue 2021. All this is surrounded by twelve astrological signs. The coin is stored in an elegant box. More Less
Coin name: Silver coin Sign of Zodiac - Cancer proof
Date of issue: June 2021
Issue price: 2,990 CZK
Collection: Sign of Zodiac
Product Code: 75838-718
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 1 NZD
Author of the obverse: Asamat Baltaev, DiS.
Author of the reverse: Asamat Baltaev, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Coloured: Yes
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Dimension: 45,3 x 30,3 mm
Packaging: Black leather case
Capsule: Yes

Silver coin Sign of Zodiac - Gemini proof | Czech Mint
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Silver coin Sign of Zodiac - Gemini proof | Czech Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Sign of Zodiac The silver coin of the Czech Mint from the gift series with motifs of 12 signs of the zodiac will become not only a beautiful, but also a valuable talisman for everyone who was born in the sign of Gemini. The constellation of Gemini is dominated by two bright stars, Castor and Pollux, named after the inseparable brothers and sons of the ruler of the gods Zeus. According to an ancient ancient myth, one of the brothers was immortal and no longer wanted to live after the loss of his sibling. Their father made them a celestial constellation so that they could be together forever. The sign of Gemini is characterized by duality and is associated with everyday life - with all the variability, instability and contradiction that it brings. Gemini are intelligent people who are interested in everything, communicate skillfully and orient themselves very quickly. They want to evolve in all directions, fly from one topic to another, and therefore tend to have a comprehensive general view. The non-traditional oval-shaped coin bears a colored depiction of Gemini on the reverse side. Photographs or computer graphics were not used as a template for coloring - the coin's author, Asamat Baltaev, DiS., created an original watercolor painting. The relief in the background behind Gemini presents a disk with a dozen zodiac signs. The composition of the reverse side is then completed by the Latin inscription GEMINI and the corresponding astrological symbol. Because the coins of the Czech Mint are licensed by the foreign issuer, the island of Niue, their obverse side bears its national emblem, the nominal value ONE DOLLAR (NZD) and the year of issue 2021. All this is surrounded by twelve astrological signs. The coin is stored in an elegant box. More Less
Coin name: Silver coin Sign of Zodiac - Gemini proof
Date of issue: May 2021
Issue price: 2,990 CZK
Collection: Sign of Zodiac
Product Code: 75837-718
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 1 NZD
Author of the obverse: Asamat Baltaev, DiS.
Author of the reverse: Asamat Baltaev, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Coloured: Yes
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Dimension: 45,3 x 30,3 mm
Packaging: Black leather case
Capsule: Yes

AQUAMAN™ Emblem 1oz Silver Coin | New Zealand Mint
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AQUAMAN™ Emblem 1oz Silver Coin | New Zealand Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

DC Comics
AQUAMAN™ Emblem 1oz Silver Coin

Celebrate the 80th anniversary of AQUAMAN™ with this 1oz pure silver coin. The coin has been shaped and coloured to resemble the emblem for AQUAMAN. The Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II features on the obverse along with the significant year of 2021 – which is 80 years since AQUAMAN’s first appearance in More Fun Comics #73. Despite the unique shape, this is still a legal tender coin with a limited mintage of just 5,000. Inside the quality packaging, showing the matching emblem in gold colour, you will find a Certificate of Authenticity. This confirms the silver purity and the unique serial number for your coin. This 1oz of pure silver arrives display-ready in a high-quality, black coin case. If you are an AQUAMAN fan, then this is one special collectible you will not want to miss out on!
Collection: DC Comics Coins
Material: 999 Fine Silver
Weight: 1 troy oz
Finish: Proof / Coloured
Denomination: $2
Effigy: Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Country of Issue: Niue
Size: 32mm x 36mm

Australian Kangaroo 2016 1/4oz Silver Proof Coin | The Perth Mint
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Australian Kangaroo 2016 1/4oz Silver Proof Coin | The Perth Mint

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Buy the Australian Kangaroo 2016 1/4oz Silver Proof Coin from The Perth Mint, featuring: Proof Quality 99.99% Pure Silver Iconic Stuart Devlin design Australian Legal Tender Issue Limit – 10,000 Presentation Packaging Numbered Certificate

This silver proof coin features the new 2016 Australian Kangaroo design. The Australian Silver Kangaroo was initially issued by The Perth Mint as an unlimited 1oz bullion coin. Unparalleled worldwide interest has resulted in more than 10 million being released to the market – putting it in the record book as the most heavily sought-after contemporary precious metal Australian coin to date. Proof Quality 99.99% Pure Silver Each coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 1/4oz of 99.99% pure silver in proof quality. 2016 Kangaroo Design The reverse of the coin depicts a bounding kangaroo surrounded by stylised rays of sunlight and bordered by the inscription AUSTRALIAN KANGAROO. The design also includes The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, the 2016 year-date, and the coin’s weight and fineness. Australian Legal Tender Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, the coin features the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination on its obverse. Issue Limit The Perth Mint will release no more than 10,000 of the 2016 Australian Kangaroo 1/4oz Silver Proof Coin in this packaging from a maximum mintage of 13,000. Presentation Packaging and Numbered Certificate The set is housed in a classic Perth Mint presentation case with a themed, customised shipper and is accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Silver Content (Troy oz): 0.25
Monetary Denomination (AUD): 0.25
Fineness (% purity): 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 7.777
Maximum Diameter (mm): 25.50
Maximum Thickness (mm): 2.50
Maximum Mintage: 13,000
Designer: Wade Robinson
Perth Mint Product Code: 16124FAAA
Issue price: AU$ 27.01, US$ 18.19

Australian Kangaroo 2017 1kg Silver Proof Coin | The Perth Mint
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Australian Kangaroo 2017 1kg Silver Proof Coin | The Perth Mint

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Buy the Australian Kangaroo 2017 1 Kilo Silver Proof Coin from The Perth Mint, featuring: Proof Quality 99.99% Pure Silver Red Kangaroo Design Australian Legal Tender Limited Mintage – 300 Presentation Packaging Numbered Certificate

This spectacular 1 kilo silver proof coin features the Australian Kangaroo, one of the most recognisable symbols of the land down under. Proof Quality 99.99% Pure Silver Each coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 1 kilo of 99.99% pure silver in proof quality. Red Kangaroo Design The coin’s reverse portrays a bounding red kangaroo surrounded by stylised rays of sunlight. The design includes the inscription AUSTRALIAN KANGAROO, The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, and the 2017 year-date. Australian Legal Tender Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, the coin’s obverse features the Ian Rank-Broadly effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination. Limited Mintage The Perth Mint will release no more than 300 of the Australian Kangaroo 2017 1 Kilo Silver Proof Coin. Presentation Packaging and Numbered Certificate Each coin is presented in a classic display box within a stylised shipper and accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Silver Content (Troy oz): 32.151
Monetary Denomination (AUD): 30
Fineness (% purity): 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 1000.100
Maximum Diameter (mm): 100.60
Maximum Thickness (mm): 14.60
Maximum Mintage: 300
Perth Mint Product Code: 17124AAAA
Issue price: AU$ 1750.0, US$ 1178.69

Australian Kangaroo 2017 1oz Silver Proof High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint
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Australian Kangaroo 2017 1oz Silver Proof High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Buy the Australian Kangaroo 2017 1oz Silver Proof High Relief Coin from The Perth Mint, featuring: Proof Quality 99.9% Pure Silver 2017 Australian Kangaroo Design Australian Legal Tender Issue Limit – 19,000 Presentation Packaging Numbered Certificate

Featuring the Australian kangaroo struck in brilliant high relief this is a spectacular edition. Proof Quality 99.99% Pure Silver Each coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver in proof quality. 2017 Australian Kangaroo Design The coin's reverse depicts a kangaroo bounding across an outback plain. The design includes the inscription AUSTRALIAN KANGAROO, The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, and the 2017 year-date. The coin’s high relief reverse and obverse are minted on concave surfaces to ensure the optimum flow of metal is achieved by the strike of the die. Australian Legal Tender Each coin is issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965 and features the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination on its obverse. Issue Limit The Perth Mint will release no more than 19,000 of the Australian Kangaroo 2017 1oz High Relief Silver Proof Coin in this packaging, from a mintage of 20,000. Presentation Packaging and Numbered Certificate Each coin is presented in a classic Perth Mint display case and accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Silver Content (Troy oz): 1
Monetary Denomination (AUD): 1
Fineness (% purity): 99.9
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 31.135
Maximum Diameter (mm): 32.60
Maximum Thickness (mm): 6.00
Maximum Mintage: 20,000
Designer: Jennifer McKenna
Perth Mint Product Code: 17324DAAA
Issue price: AU$ 122.0, US$ 82.17

Australian Kangaroo 2018 1oz Silver Gilded Edition | The Perth Mint
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Australian Kangaroo 2018 1oz Silver Gilded Edition | The Perth Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Buy the Australian Kangaroo 2018 1oz Silver Gilded Edition from The Perth Mint, featuring: Proof Quality 99.99% Pure Silver 24 Carat Gold Gilded Design Australian Legal Tender Limited Mintage – 5,000 Presentation Packaging Numbered Certificate

The Perth Mint’s signature coin series is renowned as the leader of Australian precious metal minting. A favourite among many collectors, the annual Gilded Edition perfectly illustrates the series’ commitment to iconic design and scrupulous craftsmanship. 99.99% Pure Silver The coin is struck from 99.99% pure silver. Bounding Kangaroo Design Gilded in alluring 24-carat gold, the prime focus of the coin’s superb reverse is two gleaming kangaroos. Capable of bounding at up to 70 km/h, the iconic marsupials are pictured against a stylised impression of Australia’s vast outback. Completing the picture is a representation of the sun, signifying the hot, arid conditions for which the land is justly famous. Australian Legal Tender Issued under the authority of the Australian Currency Act 1965, the coin portrays the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on its obverse. Limited Mintage The Perth Mint will release no more than 5,000 of these Gilded Kangaroo coins. Presentation Packaging & Numbered Certificate Accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity, each coin in the mintage is housed in a classic textured display case and illustrated shipper.

Silver Content (Troy oz): 1
Monetary Denomination (AUD): 1
Fineness (% purity): 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 31.107
Maximum Diameter (mm): 40.60
Maximum Thickness (mm): 3.21
Maximum Mintage: 5,000
Designer: Jennifer McKenna
Perth Mint Product Code: 18024DCAA
Issue price: AU$ 100.0, US$ 67.35

Brisbane Money Expo ANDA Special Kangaroo 2018 1/2oz Silver Proof Coin | The Perth Mint
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Brisbane Money Expo ANDA Special Kangaroo 2018 1/2oz Silver Proof Coin | The Perth Mint

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Buy the Brisbane ANDA Money Expo Special Australian Kangaroo 2018 1/2oz Silver Proof Coin from The Perth Mint, featuring: 99.99% Pure Silver 2018 Australian Kangaroo Design Australian Legal Tender Limited Mintage – 1,500 ANDA Money Expo Presentation Packaging Numbered Certificate of Authenticity

The Perth Mint is proud to present this exclusive 1/2oz silver release from the Australian Kangaroo Coin Series, the Brisbane Money Expo ANDA Special Australian Kangaroo 2018 1/2oz Silver Proof Coin. Proof Quality 99.99% Pure Silver The coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 1/2oz of 99.99% pure silver in proof quality. 2018 Australian Kangaroo Design The coin’s reverse portrays The Perth Mint’s classic depiction of an Australian icon, the bounding red kangaroo surrounded by stylised rays of sunlight. The design includes the inscription AUSTRALIAN KANGAROO, The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, the 2018 year-date, and the coin’s weight and fineness. Australian Legal Tender Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, the coin portrays the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination on its obverse. Limited Mintage The Perth Mint will release no more than 1,500 of the Australian Kangaroo 2018 1/2oz Silver Coloured Coin in special Brisbane ANDA Money Expo packaging. ANDA Money Expo Presentation Packaging and Numbered Certificate Accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity, each coin is housed in a display case and illustrated box-shipper featuring the ANDA (Australasian Numismatic Dealer’s Association) logo alongside the dates of the Brisbane ANDA Money Expo.

Silver Content (Troy oz): 1/2
Monetary Denomination (AUD): 0.50
Fineness (% purity): 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 15.553
Maximum Diameter (mm): 32.60
Maximum Thickness (mm): 2.60
Maximum Mintage: 1,500
Perth Mint Product Code: 18124EAAA
Issue price: AU$ 70.0, US$ 47.19

Australian Kangaroo 2018 5oz Silver Proof High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint
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Australian Kangaroo 2018 5oz Silver Proof High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint

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Buy the Australian Kangaroo 2018 5oz Silver Proof High Relief Coin from The Perth Mint, featuring: Proof Quality 99.99% Pure Silver 2018 Australian Kangaroo High Relief Design Australian Legal Tender Limited Mintage – 500 Illustrated Presentation Packaging Numbered Certificate

The 2018 Australian Kangaroo design features on this impressive 5oz silver coin struck in brilliant high relief. Proof Quality 99.9% Pure Silver The coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 5oz of 99.9% pure silver in proof quality. 2018 Australian Kangaroo High Relief Design The reverse of the coin depicts two kangaroos in a stylised rural landscape bordered by the inscription AUSTRALIAN KANGAROO as well as the Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, and the 2018 year-date. The coin’s high relief reverse and obverse are minted on concave surfaces to ensure the optimum flow of metal is achieved by the strike of the die. Australian Legal Tender Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, the coin's obverse depicts the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the 2018 year-date and the monetary denomination. Limited Mintage The Perth Mint will release no more than 500 of the Australian Kangaroo 2018 5oz Silver Proof High Relief Coin. Presentation Packaging with Numbered Certificate The coin is housed in a classic presentation packaging and accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity within a themed shipper.

Silver Content (Troy oz): 5
Monetary Denomination (AUD): 8
Fineness (% purity): 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 155.533
Maximum Diameter (mm): 50.60
Maximum Thickness (mm): 11.00
Maximum Mintage: 500
Designer: Neil Hollis
Perth Mint Product Code: 18324KAAA
Issue price: AU$ 575.0, US$ 387.77

Reduced - Australian Kangaroo 2018 1oz Silver Proof High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint
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Reduced - Australian Kangaroo 2018 1oz Silver Proof High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint

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Buy the Australian Kangaroo 2018 1oz Silver Proof High Relief Coin from The Perth Mint, featuring: Proof Quality 99.99% Pure Silver 2018 Kangaroo Design Australian Legal Tender Issue Limit – 9,000 Presentation Packaging Numbered Certificate Permanent price drop - save 25% while stock lasts AUD 125.00 RRP AUD 93.75

Superbly struck in proof quality, this 1oz silver coin features the iconic Australian Kangaroo design for 2018 in stunning high relief. Proof Quality 99.9% Pure Silver The coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 1oz of 99.99% pure silver in proof quality. 2018 Kangaroo High Relief Design The reverse of the coin depicts two kangaroos in a stylised rural landscape bordered by the inscription AUSTRALIAN KANGAROO, The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark and the 2018 year-date. To capture the depth and wonderful details of the design, the coin has been struck with a high relief die which imparts an unusually deep impression on its extra thick blank. Australian Legal Tender Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, the coin features the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination on its obverse. Limited Mintage The Perth Mint will release no more than 20,000 of the Australian Kangaroo 2018 1oz High Relief Silver Proof Coin. Presentation Packaging and Numbered Certificate Each coin is housed in a classic Perth Mint display case within a themed shipper, and is accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Silver Content (Troy oz): 1
Monetary Denomination (AUD): 1
Fineness (% purity): 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 31.107
Maximum Diameter (mm): 32.60
Maximum Thickness (mm): 6.00
Maximum Mintage: 10,000
Designer: Neil Hollis
Perth Mint Product Code: 18324DAAA
Issue price: AU$ 93.75, US$ 63.23

Australian Kangaroo 2018 1oz Gold Proof High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint
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Australian Kangaroo 2018 1oz Gold Proof High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Buy the Australian Kangaroo 2018 1oz Gold Proof High Relief Coin from The Perth Mint featuring: Proof Quality 99.99% Pure Gold 2018 Kangaroo Design Australian Legal Tender Limited Mintage – 500 Presentation Packaging Numbered Certificate

Magnificently struck in brilliant high relief this 1oz coin features the 2018 Australian Kangaroo design. Proof Quality 99.99% Pure Gold Each coin is struck by The Perth Mint from 1oz of 99.99% pure gold in proof quality. 2018 Kangaroo High Relief Design The coin's reverse depicts two kangaroos bounding across a stylised rural landscape. The design includes the inscription AUSTRALIAN KANGAROO, The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark and the 2018 year-date. The coin has been struck with a high relief die which imparts an unusually deep impression on its extra thick blank, enhancing the depth and wonderful details of the design. Australian Legal Tender Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, the coin features the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination on its obverse. Limited Mintage The Perth Mint will release no more than 500 Australian Kangaroo 2018 1oz Gold Proof High Relief Coins. Presentation Packaging and Numbered Certificate Each coin is housed in a prestigious timber display case within a themed shipper, and is accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Gold Content (Troy oz): 1
Monetary Denomination (AUD): 100
Fineness (% purity): 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 31.107
Maximum Diameter (mm): 27.30
Maximum Thickness (mm): 5.00
Maximum Mintage: 500
Designer: Neil Hollis
Perth Mint Product Code: 18314DAAA
Issue price: AU$ 3899.99, US$ 2630.09

Star Wars: Guards of the Empire - Sith Trooper™ 1oz Silver Coin | NZM | New Zealand Mint
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Star Wars: Guards of the Empire - Sith Trooper™ 1oz Silver Coin | NZM | New Zealand Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Star Wars
Star Wars: Guards of the Empire - Sith Trooper™ 1oz Silver Coin

Our officially licensed Guards of the Empire Silver Coin Collection includes the Sith Troopers™, an army of elite soldiers that draw inspiration and power from a dark and ancient legacy. The coin shows one Sith Trooper in full colour holding his blaster rifle. The detailed, engraved background shows more Troopers standing shoulder to shoulder and ready for battle. This 1oz pure silver legal tender coin incorporates the Ian Rank Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and an antique finish to add to the menacing feel. This striking rectangular collectible is packaged in an innovative acrylic holder, which frames the coin and lets you display it easily. A uniquely numbered Certificate of Authenticity is included which, along with the outer box, is Star Wars™ branded and complements the overall design. With a worldwide availability of only 2,000 coins, line one up in your sights today! - SHIPPING RESTRICTIONS MAY APPLY. LEARN MORE.
Collection: Star Wars™ Classic
Material: 999 Fine Silver
Weight: 1 troy oz
Finish: Antique / Coloured
Size: 53mm x 36mm
Denomination: $2
Effigy: Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Country of Issue: Niue
Size: 53mm x 36mm

Australian Brumby - 1 Oz | EMK.com
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Australian Brumby - 1 Oz | EMK.com

The Mint says about this coin:

Description

Australian Brumby

1 Oz Silver - Uncirculated

Bullion Coin

99.99% Silver

Mintage only 25,000 pieces

Delivery in Capsule

The coin struck by the

Perth Mint

from one ounce of 99.99% silver is dedicated to the

Australian Brumby

. The Australian wild horses known as "Brumbies" were once horses of the soldier James Brumby. In 1801 he was transferred from Sydney to Vandiemensland (today: Tasmania) and was forced to release a number of horses into the bush. The horses have successfully adapted despite the hostile environment and has become an iconic of Australia's national character. The motive of the silver coin shows one of the wild horses galloping through water. Also included in the design are the traditional Mintmark "P" of the Perth Mint, the fineness and the year of issue. The reverse shows the portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. - The limited

silver bullion coin

is delivered in a capsule.

Info

:  Delivery per 20 coins in the original roll of the Perth Mint.

Denomination: 1 $
Material: Silver
Finish: Uncirculated
Size: 40,90
Series: Australian Stock Horse
Collection: Australian Stock Horse
Weight: 31,1
Fineness: 999,9
Packaging: In Capsule

Chibi™ Coin Collection WONDER WOMAN™ 1984 Series - THE CHEETAH™ 1oz Silver Coin | New Zealand Mint
https://www.nzmint.com/products/chibi-coin-collection-wonder-woman-1984-series-the-cheetah-1oz-silver-coin

Chibi™ Coin Collection WONDER WOMAN™ 1984 Series - THE CHEETAH™ 1oz Silver Coin | New Zealand Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

DC Comics
Chibi™ Coin Collection WONDER WOMAN™ 1984 Series - THE CHEETAH™ 1oz Silver Coin

NOTE: There is a strict limit of 3 units per household for each individual Chibi Coin. Attempts to order more will result in order cancellations*. Customers who have already purchased the maximum of 3 sets via July's pre-purchase offer are NOT eligible to purchase this Chibi Coin. Made from 1oz of pure silver, this Chibi™ Coin in the WONDER WOMAN™ 1984 Series features THE CHEETAH™. An officially licensed coin, it has been shaped and coloured to resemble THE CHEETAH in a Chibi art style. Her skin is yellowed and covered in large freckles, similar to the spots on a cheetah. The Ian Rank Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is engraved on the obverse of the coin to confirm it as legal tender. The outer box is themed with the logo from WONDER WOMAN 1984 and an image of THE CHEETAH as she appears in the movie. It includes a large window to let you display this precious collectible without having to remove it from the packaging! Inside the coin is protected by a specially designed case, moulded to its shape. The coin’s number in the mintage is confirmed on the box along with a Certificate of Authenticity guaranteeing it as 1oz of pure silver. With only 2,000 being minted, you’ll need to be fast to grab yours! - *If you enter further orders over and above the set household limit ALL pending orders will be cancelled. - Buy Premium Version Here >>
Collection: DC Comics Chibi™ Coin Collection
Material: 999 Fine Silver
Weight: 1 troy oz
Finish: Proof / Coloured
Denomination: $2
Effigy: Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Country of Issue: Niue
Size: 30.3 x 36mm

Chibi™ Coin Collection Disney Series – Cinderella 1oz Silver Coin | NZ Mint | New Zealand Mint
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Chibi™ Coin Collection Disney Series – Cinderella 1oz Silver Coin | NZ Mint | New Zealand Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Disney
Chibi™ Coin Collection Disney Princess Series – Cinderella 1oz Silver Coin

NOTE: There is a strict limit of 3 units per household for each individual Chibi Coin. Attempts to order more will result in order cancellations*. Customers who have already purchased the maximum of 3 sets via July's pre-purchase offer are NOT eligible to purchase this Chibi Coin. Our Chibi Coin Collection expands to feature Disney Princess Cinderella. This 1oz of pure silver has been shaped and coloured to represent this amazing Princess, dressed for the ball, in the Chibi art style. The Ian Rank Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is found on the obverse to confirm it as a legal tender coin. The box is lovingly designed with imagery from the 1950 animated film, showing Cinderella in her ballgown, her glass slipper and some of her delightful animal companions. It includes a large window so you can easily display the coin in its matching packaging. A specially designed coin case, moulded to the coin’s shape, gives this limited-edition coin additional protection. Confirmation of the coin’s number in the 2,000 mintage is found on the box along with a Certificate of Authenticity. This really is a dream buy for any Disney Princess fan or coin collector. - *If you enter further orders over and above this household limit ALL pending orders will be cancelled. - SHIPPING NOTE: DISNEY ITEMS CANNOT BE ORDERED OR SHIPPED TO CUSTOMERS IN JAPAN, FRANCE, TAIWAN, HONG KONG, AND THE UNITED KINGDOM, DUE TO BRAND OWNER INSTRUCTION. - Buy Premium Version here >>
Collection: Disney Chibi™ Coin Collection
Material: 999 Fine Silver
Weight: 1 troy oz
Finish: Proof / Coloured
Denomination: $2
Effigy: Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Country of Issue: Niue
Size: 24.6mm x 36mm

Australian Kangaroo 2019 1oz Gold Proof High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint
https://www.perthmint.com/catalogue/australian-kangaroo-2019-1oz-gold-proof-high-relief-coin.aspx

Australian Kangaroo 2019 1oz Gold Proof High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Portraying the iconic Australian animal in high relief, this 1oz gold proof coin is an essential acquisition for collectors, featuring: Proof quality 99.99% pure gold 2019 Kangaroo design with high relief strike Australian Legal Tender Extremely limited mintage – 500 Prestigious packaging Numbered Certificate of Authenticity

The 2019 Australian Kangaroo design is struck with impressive detail on this proof quality 99.99% pure gold coin. To press this special release, which features an appreciably raised relief for stunning clarity, an extra thick blank and deeply engraved dies were especially created by The Perth Mint’s craftspeople. Fresh Design The coin’s reverse depicts an adult kangaroo crouching in front of a rural landscape, framed by stylised trees under the Australian sun. The design includes the inscription AUSTRALIAN KANGAROO, The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, the 2019 year-date and the coin’s weight and fineness. Prestigious Packaging and Numbered Certificate The coin is housed in a prestigious wooden display case. Packaged within a themed shipper, each coin is accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Year Date: 2019
Silver Content (Troy oz): 1
Monetary Denomination (AUD): 1
Fineness (% purity): 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 31.107
Maximum Diameter (mm): 27.30
Maximum Thickness (mm): 5.00
Mintage: 500
Legal Tender: Australian Legal Tender
Effigy: Jody Clark design of H.M Queen Elizabeth II
Designer: Alyesha Howarth
Perth Mint Product Code: 19314DAAA
Issue price: AU$ 4100.0, US$ 2792.06

Australian Kangaroo 2019 1oz Silver Gilded Edition | The Perth Mint
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Australian Kangaroo 2019 1oz Silver Gilded Edition | The Perth Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

The latest annual Australian Kangaroo gilded silver coin continues our long-standing tradition of delivering highly anticipated and innovative designs, featuring: Proof quality 99.99% pure silver 24-carat gilded design Australian Legal Tender Limited mintage – 5,000 Certificate of authenticity Classic packaging

The ultimate symbol of Australia, the kangaroo's connection to the sunburnt country is deeply rooted within its red earth. Evolving with the continent across tens of millions of years, the forest-dwelling creatures transformed into their most familiar incarnation about three million years ago when they ventured out into the expanding grasslands. Golden Kangaroo This gilded silver coin highlights Australia’s native marsupial in 24-carat gold. Depicting an adult kangaroo crouched in front of a rural landscape, framed by stylised trees under the Australian sun, the limited edition release is a wonderful tribute to the fascinating creatures. Presentation packaging The coin is housed in a classic grey presentation case. Packaged with an illustrated shipper, each coin is accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Year Date: 2019
Silver Content (Troy oz): 1
Monetary Denomination (AUD): 1
Fineness (% purity): 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 31.107
Maximum Diameter (mm): 40.60
Maximum Thickness (mm): 3.21
Mintage: 5,000
Legal Tender: Australian Legal Tender
Effigy: Jody Clark design of H.M Queen Elizabeth II
Designer: Aleysha Howarth
Perth Mint Product Code: 19024DCAA
Issue price: AU$ 100.0, US$ 68.1

HARRY POTTER™ – Hogwarts™ Crest 1oz Silver Coin | New Zealand Mint
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HARRY POTTER™ – Hogwarts™ Crest 1oz Silver Coin | New Zealand Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

HARRY POTTER
HARRY POTTER™ – Hogwarts™ Crest 1oz Silver Coin

Add a touch of magic to your collection with this 1oz pure silver coin of the Hogwarts™ Crest. The crest bears an ‘H’ for Hogwarts surrounded by the traditional colours and mascots of the four houses: a lion on red for Gryffindor, a snake on green for Slytherin, a raven on blue for Ravenclaw and a badger on yellow for Hufflepuff. A scroll is engraved at the bottom containing the Hogwarts motto ‘Draco dormiens nunquam titillandus' which translates to 'Never tickle a sleeping dragon’. The Ian Rank Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is stamped on the obverse to confirm it as legal tender. This striking coin arrives inside a sleek and stylish, HARRY POTTER™-themed rectangular case. On the back you will find the Certificate of Authenticity along with the coin’s unique number in the mintage. Once open, the coin has a further protective case, with a special insert moulded to its shape, to allow for handling. With just 5,000 coins available worldwide, put yours on display and be the envy of all your friends - or gift one to a fellow Potterhead!
Collection: HARRY POTTER™ Houses Collectibles
Material: 999 Fine Silver
Weight: 1 troy oz
Finish: Proof / Coloured
Denomination: $2
Effigy: Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Country of Issue: Niue
Size: 36mm x 32.3mm

Dragon and Tiger 2018 2oz Gold High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint
https://www.perthmint.com/catalogue/coins-chinese-dragon-and-tiger-2018-2oz-gold-high-relief-coin.aspx

Dragon and Tiger 2018 2oz Gold High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Buy the Dragon and Tiger 2018 2oz Gold Proof High Relief Coin from The Perth Mint featuring: Proof Quality 99.99% Pure Gold in High Relief Symbolic Dragon and Tiger Design Limited Mintage - 500 Prestigious Presentation Packaging and Numbered Certificate This product is only eligible for sale within Australia. Customers outside of Australia can purchase this product from LPM

Rich in ancient oriental symbolism, this striking new design depicts a tiger and a dragon chasing a flaming pearl in an intricate representation of the yin-yang symbol. Traditional Representation of Yin-Yang In feng shui the tiger represents ‘yin’ energy and the dragon ‘yang’. Both creatures, which have for centuries embodied power and good fortune, are therefore considered a perfect match in the ancient Chinese philosophical account of natural balance. The tiger and dragon are frequently depicted in pursuit of the flaming pearl, a metaphor for wisdom and enlightenment. Proof Quality 99.99% Pure Gold The coin is struck from 2oz of 99.99% pure gold in proof quality. High Relief The depth and detail of the design has been enhanced by its high relief finish. The Perth Mint’s proof quality high relief strike is renowned throughout the world for its stunning clarity and the additional detail it portrays. Australian Legal Tender Issued as Australian legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, the coin's obverse depicts the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination. Limited Mintage No more than 500 Dragon and Tiger 2018 2oz Gold Proof High Relief Coins will be released. Presentation Packaging and Numbered Certificate Each coin is housed in a prestigious timber display case within a themed shipper and is accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Gold Content (Troy oz): 2
Monetary Denomination (AUD): 200
Fineness (% purity): 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 62.213
Maximum Diameter (mm): 36.60
Maximum Thickness (mm): 5.20
Maximum Mintage: 500
Designer: Thomas Vaughan
Perth Mint Product Code: 18B78AAA

Australian Wedge-tailed Eagle 2021 5oz Gold Reverse Proof Ultra High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint
https://www.perthmint.com/catalogue/australian-wedge-tailed-eagle-2021-5oz-gold-reverse-proof-ultra-high-relief-coin.aspx

Australian Wedge-tailed Eagle 2021 5oz Gold Reverse Proof Ultra High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Crafted from 5oz of pure gold, this Australian Wedge-tailed Eagle coin takes our already magnificent series to a new level with its stunning ultra high relief strike. Key Features: 99.99% pure gold Superb ultra high relief strike Reverse proof finish Australian legal tender Limited mintage – 50 This product is not eligible for sale in the USA. Customers in the USA can purchase this product from Asset Marketing

Australia’s largest bird of prey The subject of master coin engraver John M. Mercanti’s outstanding artistry since 2014, the wedge-tailed eagle is Australia’s largest bird of prey. Observed throughout the mainland and in the island state of Tasmania, it favours lightly wooded country offering ready access to prey including rabbits, hares, lizards and snakes. Ultra high relief design Portraying the powerful predator with a snake in its talons, the coin is struck to our latest ultra high relief specification - a technique offering an even greater three-dimensional aspect to the design. As a reverse proof, the polished bird motif stands especially proud of the coin’s delicately frosted, concave-shaped table. The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark also appears on the reverse Presentation packaging Accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity, the coin is housed in a deluxe timber display case and lavishly themed shipper.

Year Date: 2021
Gold Content (Troy oz): 5
Monetary Denomination (AUD): 500
Fineness (% purity): 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 155.533
Maximum Diameter (mm): 40.90
Maximum Thickness (mm): 9.92
Maximum Mintage: 50
Finish: Reverse proof, ultra high relief
Legal Tender: Australian legal tender
Effigy: Jody Clark design of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II
Designer: John M. Mercanti
Perth Mint Product Code: 21J96AAA

Australian Kookaburra 2021 5oz Silver Incused Coin | The Perth Mint
https://www.perthmint.com/catalogue/australian-kookaburra-2021-5oz-silver-incused-coin.aspx

Australian Kookaburra 2021 5oz Silver Incused Coin | The Perth Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

With this prestigious 5oz silver release, the popular incused design trend from The Perth Mint makes its debut on our renowned Australian Kookaburra series. Key Features: First incused Kookaburra 99.99% pure silver Australian legal tender Limited mintage – 500

Australia’s most recognisable bird Now in its fourth decade and as popular as ever, the Australian Kookaburra is an iconic coin series featuring annual designs of one of Australia’s most recognisable birds. Famed for its raucous laughing call, the kookaburra is heard across Australia – from the outback to the back yard. First incused kookaburra Traditionally motifs on a coin have raised relief. However, where the design is described as incused, it is pressed into the surface of the blank. Presentation packaging Housed in a classic display case featuring a clear lid and packaged in an illustrated shipper, each coin is accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Year Date: 2021
Silver Content (Troy oz): 5
Monetary Denomination (AUD): 8
Fineness (% purity): 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 155.533
Maximum Diameter (mm): 50.90
Maximum Thickness (mm): 11.85
Maximum Mintage: 500
Finish: Proof, Incused
Legal Tender: Australian legal tender
Effigy: Jody Clark design of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II
Designer: Aleysha Howarth
Perth Mint Product Code: 21322KAAA
Issue price: AU$ 575.0, US$ 391.32

Australian Wedge-tailed Eagle 2021 10oz Silver Reverse Proof Ultra High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint
https://www.perthmint.com/catalogue/australian-wedge-tailed-eagle-2021-10oz-silver-reverse-proof-ultra-high-relief-coin.aspx

Australian Wedge-tailed Eagle 2021 10oz Silver Reverse Proof Ultra High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Crafted from 10oz of pure silver, this Australian Wedge-tailed Eagle coin takes our already magnificent series to a new level with its stunning ultra high relief strike. Key Features: 99.99% pure silver Superb ultra high relief strike Reverse proof finish Australian legal tender Limited mintage – 500 This product is not eligible for sale in the USA. Customers in the USA can purchase this product from Asset Marketing

Spectacular Australian bird The subject of master coin engraver John M. Mercanti’s outstanding artistry since 2014, the wedge-tailed eagle is Australia’s largest bird of prey. Observed throughout the mainland and in the island state of Tasmania, it favours lightly wooded country offering ready access to prey including rabbits, hares, lizards and snakes. Ultra high relief design Portraying the powerful predator with a snake in its talons, the coin is struck to our latest ultra high relief specification - a technique offering an even greater three-dimensional aspect to the design. As a reverse proof, the polished bird motif stands especially proud of the coin’s delicately frosted, concave-shaped table. The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark also appears on the reverse. Presentation packaging Accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity, the coin is housed in a classic grey leatherette case and an illustrated shipper.

Year Date: 2021
Silver Content (Troy oz): 10
Monetary Denomination (AUD): 10
Fineness (% purity): 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 311.066
Maximum Diameter (mm): 66.10
Maximum Thickness (mm): 12.90
Maximum Mintage: 500
Finish: Reverse proof, ultra high relief
Legal Tender: Australian legal tender
Effigy: Jody Clark design of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II
Designer: John M. Mercanti
Perth Mint Product Code: 21J99AAA

Chinese Myths and Legends Dragon 2021 2oz Silver Proof High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint
https://www.perthmint.com/catalogue/chinese-myths-and-legends-dragon-2021-2oz-silver-proof-high-relief-coin.aspx

Chinese Myths and Legends Dragon 2021 2oz Silver Proof High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Intricate design work adorns this hugely impressive coin struck from 2oz of pure silver in high relief as a tribute to China’s most symbolically significant mythical creature. Key Features: Proof quality 99.99% pure silver High relief strike Australian legal tender Extremely limited mintage – 1,000 This product is only eligible for sale within Australia. Customers outside of Australia can purchase this product from LPM

Auspicious mythical creature Of all the creatures in Chinese culture, the mythical dragon is the most auspicious. Despite its fearsome appearance comprising a scaly body, eagle-like talons and horned head with demonic eyes, the Chinese dragon is revered as benevolent, noble and a potent symbol of abundance and good fortune. High relief design Struck in spectacular proof quality high relief on a concave table, the coin portrays a Chinese dragon grasping a pearl, representing energy, opportunity and immortality. The background is filled with stylised clouds, the dragon’s celestial realm. Also included in the design is The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark. Presentation packaging Accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity, the coin is housed in a classic black case with a clear lid and a brightly illustrated shipper.

Year Date: 2021
Silver Content (Troy oz): 2
Monetary Denomination (AUD): 2
Fineness (% purity): 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 62.213
Maximum Diameter (mm): 40.90
Maximum Thickness (mm): 7.28
Maximum Mintage: 1,000
Finish: Proof, high relief
Legal Tender: Australian legal tender
Effigy: Jody Clark effigy of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II
Designer: Natasha Muhl
Perth Mint Product Code: 21K25AAA

Chinese Myths and Legends Dragon 2021 2oz Gold Proof High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint
https://www.perthmint.com/catalogue/chinese-myths-and-legends-dragon-2021-2oz-gold-proof-high-relief-coin.aspx

Chinese Myths and Legends Dragon 2021 2oz Gold Proof High Relief Coin | The Perth Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Intricate design work adorns this hugely impressive coin struck from 2oz of pure gold in high relief as a tribute to China’s most symbolically significant mythical creature. Key Features: Proof quality 99.99% pure gold High relief strike Australian legal tender Extremely limited mintage – 250 This product is only eligible for sale within Australia. Customers outside of Australia can purchase this product from LPM

Auspicious mythical creature Of all the animals in Chinese culture, the mythical dragon is the most auspicious. Despite its fearsome appearance comprising a scaly body, eagle-like talons and horned head with demonic eyes, the Chinese dragon is revered as benevolent, noble and a potent symbol of abundance and good fortune. High relief design Struck in spectacular proof quality high relief on a concave table, the coin portrays a Chinese dragon grasping a pearl, representing energy, opportunity and immortality. The background is filled with stylised clouds, the dragon’s celestial realm. Also included in the design is The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark. Presentation packaging Accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity, the coin is housed in a classic black display case and a brightly illustrated shipper.

Year Date: 2021
Gold Content (Troy oz): 2
Monetary Denomination (AUD): 200
Fineness (% purity): 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 62.213
Maximum Diameter (mm): 36.60
Maximum Thickness (mm): 5.50
Maximum Mintage: 250
Finish: Proof, high relief
Legal Tender: Australian legal tender
Effigy: Jody Clark effigy of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II
Designer: Natasha Muhl
Perth Mint Product Code: 21K26AAA

Chinese Ancient Mythical Creatures 2021 5oz Silver Antiqued Coin | The Perth Mint
https://www.perthmint.com/catalogue/chinese-ancient-mythical-creatures-2021-5oz-silver-antiqued-coin.aspx

Chinese Ancient Mythical Creatures 2021 5oz Silver Antiqued Coin | The Perth Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

A stunning tribute to a powerful ancient Chinese legend featuring four heavenly guardians, this extraordinary 5oz pure silver coin is exquisitely finished with coloured and antique treatments. Key Features: 99.99% pure silver Auspicious animal design Antique and colour treatments Extremely limited mintage - 488 Please note this product has a initial purchase limit of 2 per household.

Guardians of the four celestial palaces According to ancient Chinese mythology, the universe was divided into four quadrants marking the winter and summer solstices, and the autumn and spring equinoxes. These heavenly quadrants were known as the ‘Four Celestial Palaces’, with each palace represented by a guardian animal with a corresponding colour, element, and virtue. Extraordinary design The coin’s reverse portrays the guardians of the Four Celestial Palaces. Black Tortoise: (Season) Winter - (Element) Water Symbolic of longevity, wisdom, knowledge, and reproduction; with no males, females were said to mate with snakes. Blue Dragon: (Season) Spring - (Element) Wood A symbol of supreme power; benevolent, just, and the bringer of wealth and good fortune. Red Phoenix: (Season) Summer - (Element) Fire Symbolic of resurrection and immortality; appeared in times of good fortune and believed to bring happiness to the people. White Tiger: (Season) Autumn - (Element) Metal The king of all animals and the lord of the mountains; a fierce protector with the power to exorcise evil spirits and grant a good harvest. Represented in vibrant colour, the four Chinese mythical creatures surround a yin yang symbol at the centre of the antiqued coin’s reverse. Antique finish This coin has been individually ‘antiqued’ by hand to give a unique finish conveying the surface abrasions of an ancient artefact. As a result of this treatment, the appearance of each coin may vary. Presentation packaging Accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity, the coin is housed in a classic black display case and a brightly illustrated shipper.

Year Date: 2021
Silver Content (Troy oz): 5
Monetary Denomination (TVD): 5.00
Fineness (% purity): 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 155.533
Maximum Diameter (mm): 50.90
Maximum Thickness (mm): 7.50
Maximum Mintage: 488
Finish: Antique
Legal Tender: Tuvalu legal tender
Effigy: Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II
Designer: Ing Ing Jong
Perth Mint Product Code: 21M26AAA
Issue price: AU$ 658.0, US$ 448.08

Disney Alice in Wonderland - Alice 1oz Silver Coin | New Zealand Mint
https://www.nzmint.com/products/disney-alice-in-wonderland-alice-1oz-silver-coin

Disney Alice in Wonderland - Alice 1oz Silver Coin | New Zealand Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Disney
Disney Alice in Wonderland - Alice 1oz Silver Coin

This whimsical 1oz pure silver coin celebrates the Disney movie Alice in Wonderland, 1951. The coin features a coloured image from the peculiar world of Wonderland, it shows a shrunken Alice walking amongst the Bread-and-Butterflies. The design also incorporates beautifully engraved leaves, using both a frost and mirror finish. This officially licensed coin is presented in themed packaging. Inside, the coin is placed in its own acrylic display block along with the Certificate of Authenticity confirming it as legal tender. The Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II can be seen on the obverse. With only 2,000 of these coins available worldwide, don’t be late to the party on this one! - SHIPPING NOTE: THIS ITEM CANNOT BE ORDERED OR SHIPPED TO CUSTOMERS IN JAPAN, FRANCE, TAIWAN, HONG KONG, AND THE UNITED KINGDOM, DUE TO BRAND OWNER INSTRUCTION.
Collection: Disney Movies Collectibles
Material: 999 Fine Silver
Weight: 1 troy oz
Finish: Proof/Coloured
Size: 40mm
Denomination: $2.00
Effigy: Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Country of Issue: Niue

10 Ducat CR 2021 The Chronicle of the Czechs by Cosmas proof | Czech Mint
https://ceskamincovna.cz/en/10-ducat-cr-2021-the-chronicle-of-the-czechs-by-cosmas-proof-912-13999-d/

10 Ducat CR 2021 The Chronicle of the Czechs by Cosmas proof | Czech Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Traditional Ducat Series In the footsteps of our ancestors - such is the theme of the Ducat Series of the Czech Mint in 2021. One such trace left by the ancient Czechs is the Chronicle of the Czechs by Cosmas. You can find it on the gold ten-ducat. The chronicles, compiled at the beginning of the 12th century AD by the chronicler Kosmas, represent the most important source for understanding the early Middle Ages from the point of view of the Czechs. They are an collection of folk literature, historical documents and the author's own experience. "The main motif of the obverse side is the figure of Kosma as depicted in the Leipzig manuscript of his chronicle. The fact that it is a literary monument is proven by the period script in low relief in the background and by the ornament inspired by medieval illumination, ” Lenka Nebeská, DiS., the author of ten-ducat explains. The reverse side, which is common to all four mintages of the Ducat series, then presents decorative ornaments inspired by our prehistoric, Celtic, Moravian and Czech ancestors. The schedule of issuance of gold mintage, which weighs ten times the weight of one ducat, counts just 100 pieces. Its specifications are inspired by the First Republic St. Wenceslas Ducats. More Less
Coin name: 10 Ducat CR 2021 The Chronicle of the Czechs by Cosmas proof
Date of issue: January 2021
Issue price: 79,990 CZK
Collection: Traditional Ducat Series
Product Code: 31614-611
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: Lenka Nebeská, DiS
Author of the reverse: Lenka Nebeská, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 986 / 1000
Packaging: Black leather case
Capsule: Yes

5 Ducat CR 2021 The Great Moravia cross from Mikulčice proof | Czech Mint
https://ceskamincovna.cz/en/5-ducat-cr-2021-the-great-moravia-cross-from-mikulcice-proof-912-13998-d/

5 Ducat CR 2021 The Great Moravia cross from Mikulčice proof | Czech Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Traditional Ducat Series The ducat series of the Czech Mint follows the footsteps of our ancestors in 2021. The Christian cross from Mikulčice, which you will find on the gold five-ducat, commemorates the Slavs from the times of Great Moravia. The origin of the silver charm in the shape of a cross depicting the martyred Christ is unclear. Regardless of whether it is evidence of the influence of the Orthodox or Catholic mission, however, it shows the Christian faith of the ancient Slavs living at the turn of the 8th and 9th centuries AD on the territory of Great Moravia. "The depiction of the Mikulčice cross is the dominant feature of the obverse side. In a low relief in the background behind the cross there is a decor inspired by Slavic filigree jewelry, which symbolizes the historical period from which the artefact comes, " Lenka Nebeská, DiS., the author of the five-ducat says. The reverse side, which is common to all four mintages of the Ducat series, then presents decorative ornaments inspired by our prehistoric, Celtic, Moravian and Czech ancestors. The schedule of issuance of the gold mintage, which weighs five ducats, counts only 100 pieces. Its specifications are inspired by the legendary St. Wenceslas ducats. More Less
Coin name: 5 Ducat CR 2021 The Great Moravia cross from Mikulčice proof
Date of issue: January 2021
Issue price: 42,990 CZK
Collection: Traditional Ducat Series
Product Code: 31613-611
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: Lenka Nebeská, DiS
Author of the reverse: Lenka Nebeská, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 986 / 1000
Packaging: Black leather case
Capsule: Yes

2 Ducat CR 2021 The Celtic head from Mšecké Žehrovice proof | Czech Mint
https://ceskamincovna.cz/en/2-ducat-cr-2021-the-celtic-head-from-msecke-zehrovice-proof-912-13997-d/

2 Ducat CR 2021 The Celtic head from Mšecké Žehrovice proof | Czech Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Traditional Ducat Series In the footsteps of our ancestors - such is the theme of the Ducat Series of the Czech Mint in 2021. One such trace left behind by our Celtic ancestors is a stone head from Mšecké Žehrovice. You will find it on the gold double ducat. The stone sculpture, carved at the end of the 3rd century BC from marlstone from Bílá Hora, is a depiction of a druid or other noble man from the Celtic nation. The realistic features of the face make it the perfect period sculpture created outside the realm of classical civilizations. "The main motif of the obverse side is a depiction of a Celtic head from Mšecké Žehrovice. In a low relief in the background behind the sculpture there are Celtic volutes - typical spiral ornaments that symbolize the historical period from which the artifact comes," Lenka Nebeská, DiS., the author of the double ducat says. The reverse side, which is common to all four mintages of the Ducat series, then presents decorative ornaments inspired by our prehistoric, Celtic, Moravian and Czech ancestors. The gold mintage weighing two ducats is published in a load of only 100 pieces and respects the specifications set by the legendary St. Wenceslas ducats. More Less
Coin name: 2 Ducat CR 2021 The Celtic head from Mšecké Žehrovice proof
Date of issue: January 2021
Issue price: 18,990 CZK
Collection: Traditional Ducat Series
Product Code: 31612-611
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: Lenka Nebeská, DiS
Author of the reverse: Lenka Nebeská, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 986 / 1000
Packaging: Black leather case
Capsule: Yes

Ducat CR 2021 The Venus of Dolní Věstonice proof | Czech Mint
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Ducat CR 2021 The Venus of Dolní Věstonice proof | Czech Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Traditional Ducat Series The ducat series of the Czech Mint follows the footsteps of our ancestors in 2021. The very first ancestors were the prehistoric cave people who created the Venus of Věstonice. You will find it on the gold ducat. The thirty thousand-year-old statuette of a naked woman of plump shapes testifies the artistic feelings of our oldest ancestors and their skills. It commemorates mammoth hunters and it is the oldest known work made of burnt clay in the world, and thus a proof of the very beginning of pottery. "The dominant feature of the obverse side is the depiction of the Venus of Věstonice. In the low relief in the background behind the statue there are cave paintings of animals which symbolize the historical period from which the artefact comes. The free space is filled with ornaments inspired by the engraving of Geometric Venus that is another prehistoric monument found in our territory, " Lenka Nebeská, DiS, the author of the ducat explains. The reverse side, which is common to all four mintages of the Ducat series, then presents decorative ornaments inspired by our prehistoric, Celtic, Moravian and Czech ancestors. The schedule of issuance of commemorative mintage counts only 200 pieces and respects the specifications defined by the famous St. Wenceslas ducats. The gold ducat is not only an addition to the collection, but also a traditional gift - for example for baptism. More Less
Coin name: Ducat CR 2021 The Venus of Dolní Věstonice proof
Date of issue: 2021
Collection: Traditional Ducat Series
Product Code: 31611-611
Issuer: Czech mint
Author of the obverse: Lenka Nebeská, DiS
Author of the reverse: Lenka Nebeská, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Gold
Fineness: 986 / 1000
Packaging: Black leather case
Capsule: Yes

Silver coin First People on the Moon proof | Czech Mint
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Silver coin First People on the Moon proof | Czech Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Solar System Incredible 50 years have passed in 2019 since a human stood on the moon. The Czech Mint issued silver coin on the occasion of the anniversary of this historic milestone. "In this decade, we have decided to reach the Moon and do other things - not because they are easy, but because they are difficult." President John Fitzgerald Kennedy spoke to American citizens on September 12, 1962. He knew that his speech had to be confident and tempting, because society felt depressed. "Space races" have not been doing well in the United States. The Soviet Union, which collected one success after another, launched its first artificial satellite on October 4, 1957, sent the first man to space on April 4, 1961, and, like the US, also concentrated on the moon. And it did well again. After the Soviet unmanned spacecraft Luna 9 visited the Moon on February 3, 1966, only the human foot would have to touch the nearest Earth fellow. But the United States of America, as JFK predicted, won this primacy. The Saturn V rocket launched the Apollo 11 spacecraft, whose lunar module Eagle landed on the Moon on July 20, 1969. Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin were the first to leave their traces in the moon's dust and return to Earth. Neil Armstrong´s words spoken on the surface of the Moon will forever be written into history: "It's a small step for human, a huge leap for mankind." The medal maker and teacher MgA. Josef Oplištil became the author of the coin. The reverse side is dominated by an astronaut holding an American flag stuck in the moon's surface. The Earth's orbits and other planets around the Sun are visible in the background. This composition is followed by the processing of the obverse side which still bears the attributes of the island of Niue, which provides the Czech Mint with a foreign license to issue its own commemorative coins. They are the name and the portrait of Elizabeth II, the nominal value of 2 DOLLARS (NZD) and the year of the issue 2019. The coin is part of a collector´s cycle called the Solar System. Therefore, it has its place in the collector's album full of interesting facts about the universe and its conquerors, which you can also find in the offer of the Czech Mint. More Less
Coin name: Silver coin First People on the Moon proof
Date of issue: July 2019
Collection: Solar System
Product Code: 75569-711
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 2 NZD
Author of the obverse: MgA. Josef Oplištil
Author of the reverse: MgA. Josef Oplištil
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Silver paper case
Capsule: Yes

Silver coin Fantastic World of Jules Verne - Submarine Nautilus proof | Czech Mint
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Silver coin Fantastic World of Jules Verne - Submarine Nautilus proof | Czech Mint

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Product description Jules Verne enthralled the world by stories of extraordinary inventions that overtook their time in the 19th century. Although we often take them for granted, we are happy to recollect unforgettable adventures. A silver coin from the Czech Mint´s new miniset, which is devoted to Nautilus submarine, will bring you to the first expedition of "Fantastic World of Jules Verne". The legendary undersea vessel is used by mysterious captain Nemo in order to fight against the earthly tyrants that represent the world´s colonial powers. A bitter man, whose name means Nobody in Latin, is in fact a warrior from India, which had been repressed by England for centuries. Nemo´s victims have long been mistaken when believed that an unknown aggressive beast attacked them. It sank the ships by broking their hips through the armoured fore of the submarine until the american expedition attempting to harpoon the metal monster found its honor. So the story of the French novel "Twenty Thousand miles Under the Sea" begins. Verne's description of the submarine is so precise that it could fit even the current machine. There is also a ballast tank system, electromagnetic propeller, sodium battery cells, or oxygen production devices based on electrolysis of water. All this was in 1870. How could Verne predict? He had an extraordinary curiosity and limitless imagination. He was interested in technological progress, while carefully studying the model of the French submarine vessel Plongeur at the World Exhibition in Paris in 1867. He certainly did not overlook the fate of the Confederate vessel Hunley, which carried out the first successful underwater attack in history during the American Civil War in 1864. A successful medal maker Asamat Baltaev, DiS became the author of the adventurous commemorative coin. The reverse side is dominated by NAUTILUS trapped in the grip of a giant squid, which is one of the classic scenes of the novel. The obverse side of the coin is then a showcase of inventions that will gradually emerge in the "Fantastic World of Jules Verne" miniseries. Alongside the Nautilus submarine you will find an airship Albatros, a mechanical steam elephant and moon cannon Columbiad. All of this is linked to the attributes of Niue Island, which is the coin issuer. Since the coins of the Czech Mint are based on this foreign license, they bear the name and portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the nominal value of 1 DOLLAR (NZD) and the year of the issue 2018. Part of the four-part miniset is also a stylish collector´s box made of metal, decorated with a thematic print and including an illustrated insert. You can also find it in the offer of the Czech Mint. More Less
Coin name: Silver coin Fantastic World of Jules Verne - Submarine Nautilus proof
Date of issue: 2018
Collection: Fantastic World of Jules Verne
Product Code: 75381-711
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 1 NZD
Author of the obverse: Asamat Baltaev, DiS.
Author of the reverse: Asamat Baltaev, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Silver paper case
Capsule: Yes

Silver coin Fantastic World of Jules Verne - Airship Albatross proof | Czech Mint
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Silver coin Fantastic World of Jules Verne - Airship Albatross proof | Czech Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Product description When we hear Jules Verne, most of us will imagine his fearless adventurers wandering the sky in the hot air balloon. The French writer, however, knew well in the 19th century that the future belongs to heavier than air flying machines. The proof of this is the second silver coin of the Czech Mint from the miniseries Fantasy World of Jules Verne with the motif of the airboat Albatros. When the mysterious engineer Robur rushed into the Philadelphia Airline, his members thought he was a fool. Hearings on hovercraft heavier than air were laughing and persisting in the belief that the best way to conquer the heavens is to control the airship. So that Robur could prove his truth, kidnapped a few aviatics, introduced them his breakthrough invention and took them on an adventurous journey around the world ... So begins the story of Jules Verne's science-fiction novel "Robur the Conqueror" of 1886. The description of his invention was incredibly accurate, and in a long time he was ahead of time. Albatros flew on a similar principle as today's helicopters. A set of thirty-seven horizontally rotating counter-propellers carried it. The vessel was made of hardened pressed paper, fueled by fuel-cell electricity and it was capable of developing a speed of up to 200 kilometers per hour. The electric airship La France inspired him a lot. It took a breakthrough controlled flight in 1884 and managed to return to the start inspite of the wind. The reverse side of the coin, which is once again the work of gifted medal maker Asmat Baltaev, DiS., is dominated by ALBATROS - a non-dissimilar seagoing ship floating among the clouds. The obverse side of the coin is then a showcase of all the inventions from the miniseries "Fantastic World of Jules Verne". You can find there not only the airboat Albatros, but also the submarine Nautilus, mechanical steam elephant and Columbiad moon cannon. All of this is comfortably combined with the attributes of the coin issuer, which is the island of Niue. Since the coins of the Czech Mint are based on this foreign license, they carry the profile and the name of the Emperor Elizabeth II, the year of the issue 2018 and the nominal value of 1 DOLLAR (NZD). You can store a collection of fantastic inventions into a stylish thematic box, which you can also find in the offer of the Czech Mint. More Less
Coin name: Silver coin Fantastic World of Jules Verne - Airship Albatross proof
Date of issue: May 2018
Collection: Fantastic World of Jules Verne
Product Code: 75382-711
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 1 NZD
Author of the obverse: Asamat Baltaev, DiS.
Author of the reverse: Asamat Baltaev, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Silver paper case
Capsule: Yes

Silver coin Fantastic World of Jules Verne - Steam-powered mechanical Elephant proof | Czech Mint
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Silver coin Fantastic World of Jules Verne - Steam-powered mechanical Elephant proof | Czech Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Product description Jules Verne's fantastic world ministry has so far brought the collector into the sea and into the air. With the third silver coin of the Czech Mint, you will go to land and a steel steam elephant will become a strange guide. When engineer Banks invites colonel Munro to travel to the northern parts of India, it looks like a hunting adventure is waiting for them, recognizing the impassable jungle and the deep hill of the Himalayas. A walking elephant steam-driven colossus, originally made as a toy for a wealthy radiant should serve as a means of transport. Their expeditions soon turn into a bloody way for revenge. There is the indigenous rebellion against colonial domination in India and Munro encounters an old enemy named Nana Sahib ... This is the story of Jules Verne's science-fiction novel from 1880. Although it is a lesser known Verne story, it has come out fourteen times, nine of which under the name Earth of beasts, twice as Nana Sahib and three times with the title of Steel Pearl. A literal translation of the original French title of the book is Steam House. An enormous mechanical elephant, which carries two residential bungalows, provides travelers with all the conceivable comfort of the late 19th century. Unlike a traditional train, the elephant does not need rails and is also capable of cruising on the water - its legs act as paddle wheels and the raised trunk serves as a chimney. The commemorative coin was traditionally made by expert medalmaker Asamat Baltaev, DiS. Its reverse side is dominated by the view of the majestic mechanical elephant that pulls out the caravans along the cobbled road. The composition is complemented by the characteristic Indian background architecture and the English text MECHANICAL ELEPHANT in the inscription. The obverse side of the coin is then a showcase of all the inventions of an adventure miniseries including not only a steel pile, but also a Nautilus submarine, an Albatros airship, and a Columbia moon cannon. The engaging collage is completed by the attributes of the coin issuer, which is the island of Niue. Since the coins of the Czech Mint are based on this foreign license, they bear the name and portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the year of the issue 2018 and the nominal value of 1 DOLLAR (NZD). The collection of four fantastic inventions by Jules Verne can be stored in a metal box with retro graphics, which you can also find in the offer of the Czech Mint. More Less
Coin name: Silver coin Fantastic World of Jules Verne - Steam-powered mechanical Elephant proof
Date of issue: June 2018
Collection: Fantastic World of Jules Verne
Product Code: 75383-711
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 1 NZD
Author of the obverse: Asamat Baltaev, DiS.
Author of the reverse: Asamat Baltaev, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Silver paper case
Capsule: Yes

Silver coin Fantastic World of Jules Verne - Moon cannon Columbiad proof | Czech Mint
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Silver coin Fantastic World of Jules Verne - Moon cannon Columbiad proof | Czech Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Product description The four-part miniseries of the Czech Mint named Jules Verne's Fantastic World has led you around the world. The universe where the moon cannon Columbiad can carry you is the only place for adventure right after sea, air and land. The president of the Baltimore shooting club convenes its members to familiarize them with their revolutionary ideas shortly after the end of the American Civil War. He believes he can build a cannon so powerful that it can reach the moon. The idea will inspire all the participants and preparations begin immediately. They count cannon, projectile, and gunpowder specifications, and try to get unimaginable finances for their space business. French adventurer who would like to become a passenger of their projectile and set out to visit our closest cosmic neighbor will have a surprise for them ... This is the story of Jules Verne's science-fiction novels From Earth to the Moon (1865) and Around the Moon (1870). The French writer miraculously managed to predict several real scientific facts. For example, a 270-meter-long cannon buried in the ground is located in Florida near to the real spaceport at Cape Canaveral, where Apollo 11 the crew of which actually reached the moon started hundreds of years later. Adventurers in the book, as well as today's astronauts, use rockets to correct the flight path, and their journey ends by landing on the ocean. Verne, however, made several mistakes when he underestimated the effects of overload, weightlessness and vacuum. Asamat Baltaev, DiS., who is the author of the art form of the entire steampunk miniseries, depicted the moment of the start of the giant projectile on the reverse side of the coin. According to Vern's description the flame of the shot was observable within a distance of one hundred and sixty kilometers and all the viewers were lying on the ground and numerous were injured. They mainly lost their hearing. The obverse side of the coin is then a show of all the inventions that appeared on the four coins. Besides the Columbiad moon cannon there are the Nautilus submarine, the Albatros airship, and the mechanical steam elephant. All of this is comfortably combined with the attributes of the coin issuer, which is the island of Niue. Since the coins of the Czech Mint are based on this foreign license, they carry the profile and the name of the Emperor Elizabeth II. with rotating space projectile, together with the year of the issue 2018 and the nominal value of 1 DOLLAR (NZD). Keep in mind that you can also find a metal collector´s box decorated with a thematic illustration that contains an attachment in the offer of the Czech Mint. More Less
Coin name: Silver coin Fantastic World of Jules Verne - Moon cannon Columbiad proof
Date of issue: September 2018
Collection: Fantastic World of Jules Verne
Product Code: 75384-711
Issuer: Niue
Denomination: 1 NZD
Author of the obverse: Asamat Baltaev, DiS.
Author of the reverse: Asamat Baltaev, DiS.
Numbered issue: No
Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
Material: Silver
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Packaging: Silver paper case
Capsule: Yes

DC Comics - 1997 Batmobile 1oz Silver Coin | New Zealand Mint
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DC Comics - 1997 Batmobile 1oz Silver Coin | New Zealand Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

DC Comics
DC Comics - 1997 Batmobile 1oz Silver Coin

This specially designed coin features the Batmobile from the 1997 movie Batman & Robin™. It appears in vibrant colour along with the BATMAN™ logo. Also included is an engraved and coloured image of BATMAN and the words ‘1997 Batmobile’. An antiqued background completes the design. On the obverse of the coin, the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II confirms it as legal tender. The coin arrives in a BATMAN-themed box. Inside an acrylic coin block keeps the coin protected and is ideal for display. As this block is magnetized it can be easily opened by simply sliding the lid - providing easy access to the prize inside. Each coin comes with its own Certificate of Authenticity which includes a unique serial number, guarantees the silver purity of the coin and confirms the limited mintage of 2,000 coins! We bet you are all revved up for this one!
Collection: BATMAN™ Collectibles
Material: 999 Fine Silver
Weight: 1 troy oz
Finish: Antique / Coloured
Size: 40mm
Denomination: $2
Effigy: Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Country of Issue: Niue

Chibi Coin Collection Halo Series – Cortana 1oz Silver Coin | NZ Mint | New Zealand Mint
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Chibi Coin Collection Halo Series – Cortana 1oz Silver Coin | NZ Mint | New Zealand Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Halo
Chibi™ Coin Collection Halo Series – Cortana 1oz Silver Coin

NOTE: There is a strict limit of 3 units per household for each individual Chibi Coin. Attempts to order more will result in order cancellations. Customers who have already purchased the maximum of 3 sets via June's pre-purchase offer are NOT eligible to purchase this Chibi Coin. Officially licensed by Microsoft, this Chibi™ Coin has been shaped and coloured in the Chibi art style to mimic the unique and incredibly powerful artificial intelligence (AI), Cortana, who was introduced to us in Halo: Combat Evolved. She is instantly recognisable by the bluish-purple colour of her holographic figure, close-cropped hair, and the symbols scrolling down her body. This coin is made from 1oz of pure silver and incorporates the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse to confirm it as legal tender. With 2021 being the 20th Anniversary of Halo: Combat Evolved, the outer box includes the anniversary logo and a large window to allow you to easily display this special collectible. Inside, the coin is protected by a specially designed case, moulded to its shape. With a limited mintage, you could be one of only 2,000 fans worldwide to own this coin. You will find a Certificate of Authenticity printed on the box, along with confirmation of the coin’s unique serial number. Don’t miss out on this delightful memento!
Collection: Chibi™ Coins
Material: 999 Fine Silver
Weight: 1 troy oz
Finish: Proof / Coloured
Denomination: $2
Effigy: Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Country of Issue: Niue
Size: 29.6mm x 36mm

Chibi™ Coin Collection THE LORD OF THE RINGS™ Series – Legolas 1oz Silver Coin | NZ Mint | New Zealand Mint
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Chibi™ Coin Collection THE LORD OF THE RINGS™ Series – Legolas 1oz Silver Coin | NZ Mint | New Zealand Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

THE LORD OF THE RINGS
Chibi™ Coin Collection THE LORD OF THE RINGS™ Series – Legolas 1oz Silver Coin

NOTE: There is a strict limit of 3 units per household for each individual Chibi Coin. Attempts to order more will result in order cancellations*. Customers who have already purchased the maximum of 3 sets via June's pre-purchase offer are NOT eligible to purchase this Chibi Coin. Legolas, the Sinda Elf from THE LORD OF THE RINGS™, takes his place in this Chibi™ Coin Series. Featured in his grey and green attire, his distinctive long blond hair, pointed ears and bright blue eyes make him instantly recognisable. Made from 1oz of pure silver, this officially licensed coin is shaped and coloured but still retains its legal tender status. The Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II can be found on the obverse. The packaging is themed to match and includes a large window so the coin can be easily displayed in its custom-made case – which is moulded to the coin’s shape for protection. Each coin has a unique number in the limited 2,000 mintage – this can be found on a holographic sticker on the box. A Certificate of Authenticity is printed alongside. If you’re aiming to add this to your collection, place an order now! - *If you enter further orders over and above this household limit ALL pending orders will be cancelled.
Collection: THE LORD OF THE RINGS™ Chibi™ Coin Collection
Material: 999 Fine Silver
Weight: 1 troy oz
Finish: Proof / Coloured
Denomination: $2
Effigy: Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Country of Issue: Niue
Size: 27.1mm x 36mm

Australian Fabulous Four - 5 Oz | EMK.com
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Australian Fabulous Four - 5 Oz | EMK.com

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Description

Hot Item !

2015 Australian Fabulous Four (1.)

5oz GOLD PROOF COIN

For the first time the four most famous Australian animals Kangaroo - Koala - Kookaburra and Emu are united on a prestigious

5 Oz. gold coin

.

First 5 Ounce Gold Proof Coin ever struck by the Royal Australian Mint

Extremely Limited Mintage – only 99 Coins struck !

Proof Quality 99.99% pure Gold

Numbered Certificate of Authenticity

Noble wooden box with goldcolored plate with engraved certificate no.

The coin's reverse depicts the four most famous Australian animals - Kangaroo - Koala - Kookaburra and Emu - united together. The design also includes the inscription AUSTRALIAN FABULOUS FOUR, the 2015 year-date, the metal and fineness. The coin's obverse depicts the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. artfully designed with floral ornaments for the very first time.

The coin is housed in a prestigious wooden display case, within an illustrated shipper, and is accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Denomination: 500 $
Material: Gold
Finish: Proof
Size: 59,80
Series: Fabulous Four
Weight: 155,5
Fineness: 999,9
Packaging: In original wooden box with certificate of authenticity

Australian Fabulous Four - 5 Oz | EMK.com
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Australian Fabulous Four - 5 Oz | EMK.com

The Mint says about this coin:

Description

Hot Item !

2016 Australian Fabulous Four (2.)

5oz GOLD PROOF COIN

For the second time the four most famous Australian animals Kangaroo - Koala - Kookaburra and Emu are united on a prestigious

5 Oz. gold coin

.

Second 5 Ounce Gold Proof Coin ever struck by the Royal Australian Mint

Extremely Limited Mintage – only 99 Coins struck !

Proof Quality 99.99% pure Gold

Numbered Certificate of Authenticity

Noble wooden box with goldcolored plate with engraved certificate no.

Design

:

The coin´s reverse depicts the four most famous Australian animals - Kangaroo - Koala - Kookaburra and Emu - united together. The design also includes the inscription AUSTRALIAN FABULOUS FOUR, the 2016 year-date, the metal and fineness. The coin´s obverse depicts the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. artfully designed with floral ornaments for the very first time.

The coin is housed in a prestigious wooden display case, within an illustrated shipper, and is accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Denomination: 500 $
Material: Gold
Finish: Proof
Size: 59,80
Series: Fabulous Four
Weight: 155,5
Fineness: 999,9
Packaging: In original wooden box with certificate of authenticity

The Shark in the Stars - 1/2 Oz | EMK.com
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The Shark in the Stars - 1/2 Oz | EMK.com

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Description

Star Dreaming (3.) - The Shark in the Stars

1/2 Oz Silver - Uncirculated

3rd and final Issue in the "Star Dreaming" series

Mintage 5,000 pieces

With Certificate of Authenticity

Delivery in original Box

The three-part series "Star Dreaming" issued by the

Royal Australian Mint

tells indigenous astronomical stories and provides insight in the wisdom of ancient cultures. The third and final issue of the series is dedicated to the

Shark in the Stars (Beizam)

. The motive shows a colorful representation of the Beizam, which consists of seven stars in the constellation of the Big Dipper and the Big Bear (Ursa Major), in the night sky. The artwork is by Torres Strait Dauareb elder Segar Passi. The Torres Strait Islanders are the indigenous people of the islands of the same name off Queensland, Australia. A Melanesian seafaring people, they are the custodians of a land that spans more than 250 islands, 14 of which are inhabited. Their culture is estimated to date back 8000 years. By means of observing the Shark in the Stars, it is possible for them to determine when it is a good time to plant crops, or when seasonal storms occur. The reverse features the Jody Clark portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and the inscriptions "ELIZABETH II", "AUSTRALIA", "1 DOLLAR" and "2021". The coin is delivered in the original box of the Royal Australian Mint including a certificate of authenticity.

Denomination: 1 $
Material: Silver
Finish: Uncirculated
Size: 35,89
Series: Star Dreaming
Weight: 15,55
Fineness: 999
Packaging: In original box with certificate of authenticity

The Seven Sisters - 1/2 Oz | EMK.com
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The Seven Sisters - 1/2 Oz | EMK.com

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Description

Star Dreaming (2.) - The Seven Sisters

1/2 Oz Silver - Uncirculated - in Color

2nd Release in the Star Dreaming Series

Mintage 5,000 pieces

With Certificate of Authenticity

Delivery in original Box

This coin struck by the

Royal Australian Mint

is dedicated to the Pleiades, also known as

The Seven Sisters

. The Pleiades are the star cluster closest to the Earth with a distance between 434 and 446 light years. Each of the stars is more than one hundred times brighter than our sun. Numerous myths and tales entwine around the seven stars. One version, often the subject of Aboriginal drawings, is about seven sisters fleeing from unwanted male attention. The Aboriginal culture is considered the oldest civilization in the world. In addition, the Australian Aborigines were probably the first astronomers - they used the stars as maps, for weather forecasting, as calendars and last but not least as the basis for their stories. The motive of the silver coin shows a representation of the Seven Stars in the sky. The design was created by Christine "Jugarnu" Collard of the Wajarri-Noongar tribe. The star-studded night sky is depicted in color. The lower half of the coin features the Seven Sisters in human form and the inscription "THE SEVEN SISTERS". The reverse depicts the Jody Clark portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and the inscriptions "ELIZABETH II", "AUSTRALIA", "1 DOLLAR" and "2020". The silver coin is delivered in the original box of the Royal Australian Mint including a certificate of authenticity.

Denomination: 1 $
Material: Silver
Finish: Uncirculated
Size: 35,89
Series: Star Dreaming
Weight: 15,55
Fineness: 999
Packaging: In original box with certificate of authenticity

Emu in the Sky - 1/2 Oz | EMK.com
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Emu in the Sky - 1/2 Oz | EMK.com

The Mint says about this coin:

Description

Star Dreaming (1.) - Emu in the Sky

1/2 Oz Silver - Uncirculated - in Color

1st Release of the Star Dreaming Series

Mintage 5,000 pieces

With Certificate of Authenticity

Delivery in original Box

The coin from the

Royal Australian Mint

is dedicated to the stellar constellation

'Emu in the Sky'

. The constellation is a so-called dark constellation, which is not composed of stars but of the dark clouds between the star constellations. The 'Emu in the Sky' is of great mythical importance for the Aborigines. The Australian Aborigines are considered the first astronomers in history - they used the stars as maps, weather forecasts, calendars and last but not least as a basis for their stories. The motive of the coin features a representation of the 'Emu in the Sky', designed by the artist Scott Towney from the Wiradjuri tribe. The background shows the star-studded night sky in color. In addition, three Aborigines, another emu on its nest and the inscription "THE EMU IN THE SKY" are also depicted. The reverse features the Jody Clark portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. and the inscriptions "ELIZABETH II", "AUSTRALIA", "1 DOLLAR" and "2020". The limited silver coin is delivered in the original box of the Royal Australian Mint including a certificate of authenticity.

Denomination: 1 $
Material: Silver
Finish: Uncirculated
Size: 35,89
Series: Star Dreaming
Weight: 15,55
Fineness: 999
Packaging: In original box with certificate of authenticity

Kookaburra - Pattern Set | EMK.com
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Kookaburra - Pattern Set | EMK.com

The Mint says about this coin:

Description

Kookaburra - Pattern Set - 1919 - 1921

3 x 1/4 Oz Silver - Proof

Three Square Coin Set

99,9% Silver

Mintage only 3,000 sets

With Certificate of Authenticity

Delivery in original Box

One of Australia's most unusual and distinctive coin designs celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2019. Although the

Kookaburra Patterns

never circulated, yet they are still treasured in numismatic circles today.
This

1919 - 1921 Kookaburra Pattern three square coin set

was struck by the

Royal Australian Mint

from 3 x 1/4 ounce of silver and remembers the historic Kookaburra coins, valued for their designs and rarity. The motives of the three coins are the original designs from 1919, 1920 and 1921.
In 1919, Australia's Government, championed by the Treasurer, proposed to exchange Australia's old cumbersome bronze pennies and halfpennies with new coins that wou'd be lighter and more uniquely Australian in design. Between 1919 and 1921, thirteen designs were trialled by the Royal Australian Mint, all based on a square shape and bearing the image of a perched laughing kookaburra on their reverse.
With only 3,000 pieces this set is strictly limited. The sets are delivered in the original box including a certificate of authenticity of the Royal Australian Mint.

Denomination: 3 x 25 CENTS
Material: Silver
Finish: Proof
Size: 22,00
Collection: Kookaburra
Weight: 23,34
Fineness: 999
Packaging: In original box with certificate of authenticity

HARRY POTTER™ Classic - Dobby the House Elf 1oz Gold Coin | NZ Mint | New Zealand Mint
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HARRY POTTER™ Classic - Dobby the House Elf 1oz Gold Coin | NZ Mint | New Zealand Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

HARRY POTTER
HARRY POTTER™ Classic - Dobby the House Elf 1oz Gold Coin

Loyal friend of Harry Potter, Dobby the House Elf is next to feature in our HARRY POTTER™ Classic Coin Collection. This beautifully engraved 1oz gold coin shows Dobby using his magic to apparate in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets™. On the opposite side, you will find the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, confirming the coin as legal tender. Packaged for display, the coin arrives in a quality wooden coin case inside a HARRY POTTER-themed box. The box shows the original coin image in colour. A Certificate of Authenticity is also provided which includes the coin’s unique serial number, guarantees the pure quality of the gold and the limited mintage of 250 coins. Dobby is one of many characters to leave a lasting impact on fans. His death was especially heart-breaking, but now you can have the perfect memento of this brave House Elf.
Collection: HARRY POTTER™ Classic Coin Collection
Material: 9999 Fine Gold
Weight: 1 troy oz
Finish: Proof
Size: 32mm
Denomination: $250
Effigy: Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Country of Issue: Niue

HARRY POTTER™ Classic - Dobby the House Elf ¼oz Gold Coin | NZ Mint | New Zealand Mint
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HARRY POTTER™ Classic - Dobby the House Elf ¼oz Gold Coin | NZ Mint | New Zealand Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

HARRY POTTER
HARRY POTTER™ Classic - Dobby the House Elf ¼oz Gold Coin

Loyal friend of Harry Potter, Dobby the House Elf is next to feature in our HARRY POTTER™ Classic Coin Collection. This beautifully engraved ¼ oz gold coin shows Dobby using his magic to apparate in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets™. On the opposite side, you will find the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, confirming the coin as legal tender. Packaged for display, the coin arrives in a quality wooden coin case inside a HARRY POTTER-themed box. The box shows the original coin image in colour. A Certificate of Authenticity is also provided which includes the coin’s unique serial number, guarantees the pure quality of the gold and the limited mintage of 500 coins. Dobby is one of many characters to leave a lasting impact on fans. His death was especially heart-breaking, but now you can have the perfect memento of this brave House Elf.
Collection: HARRY POTTER™ Classic Coin Collection
Material: 9999 Fine Gold
Weight: 1/4 troy oz
Finish: Proof
Size: 22mm
Denomination: $25
Effigy: Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Country of Issue: Niue

HARRY POTTER Classic - Dobby the House Elf 1oz Silver Coin | NZ Mint | New Zealand Mint
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HARRY POTTER Classic - Dobby the House Elf 1oz Silver Coin | NZ Mint | New Zealand Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

HARRY POTTER
HARRY POTTER Classic - Dobby the House Elf 1oz Silver Coin

Loyal friend of Harry Potter, Dobby the House Elf is next to feature in our HARRY POTTER™ Classic Coin Collection. This beautifully engraved 1oz silver coin shows Dobby using his magic to apparate in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets™. On the opposite side, you will find the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, confirming the coin as legal tender. Packaged for display, the coin arrives in a quality wooden coin case inside a HARRY POTTER-themed box. The box shows the original coin image in colour. A Certificate of Authenticity is also provided which includes the coin’s unique serial number, guarantees the pure quality of the silver and the limited mintage of 5,000 coins. Dobby is one of many characters to leave a lasting impact on fans. His death was especially heart-breaking, but now you can have the perfect memento of this brave House Elf.
Collection: HARRY POTTER™ Classic Coin Collection
Material: 999 Fine Silver
Weight: 1 troy oz
Finish: Proof
Size: 40mm
Denomination: $2
Effigy: Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Country of Issue: Niue

THE FLASH™ Emblem 1oz Silver Coin | New Zealand Mint
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THE FLASH™ Emblem 1oz Silver Coin | New Zealand Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

DC Comics
THE FLASH™ Emblem 1oz Silver Coin

This 1oz pure silver coin celebrates the Scarlet Speedster, THE FLASH™. The coin has been shaped and engraved with a bolt of lightning, the emblem for THE FLASH. This has been defined with yellow enamel to make it pop, while the mirror finish on the shield ensures it shines in the light! The Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II features on the obverse and, despite this coin’s unique shape, confirms it as legal tender. This is a limited edition, with only 5,000 coins available worldwide. A unique serial number on the Certificate of Authenticity, placed inside the packaging, confirms each coin‘s number in the mintage. This 1oz of pure silver is nestled inside in a high-quality, black coin case. This case arrives inside a stylish matching box printed with the emblem in gold colour. Be quick to order if you’re a fan of the fastest man alive!
Collection: DC Comics Coins
Material: 999 Fine Silver
Weight: 1 troy oz
Finish: Proof / Coloured
Denomination: $2
Effigy: Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Country of Issue: Niue
Size: 24.5 x 36mm

30th Anniversary Australian Kookaburra 2020 5oz Silver Proof High Relief Gilded Coin | The Perth Mint
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30th Anniversary Australian Kookaburra 2020 5oz Silver Proof High Relief Gilded Coin | The Perth Mint

The Mint says about this coin:

Gorgeous pink gold highlights make this magnificent proof quality high relief coin a truly spectacular acquisition for collectors marking the 30th anniversary of the Australian Kookaburra. Key Features: Proof quality 99.99% pure silver Pink gold gilding Australian Legal Tender 30th anniversary Kookaburra design Extremely limited mintage – 500

First issued in 1990, the Australian Kookaburra is a much-loved annual coin series portraying our most famous bush bird. Marking its 30th anniversary, this year’s releases feature a special obverse featuring a representation of Stuart Devlin’s original Kookaburra design. Gilded Reverse Highlights The coin’s reverse portrays an appealing image of a kookaburra on a corrugated iron rooftop in noticeably raised relief. For a beautifully enhanced appearance, the stylised rays of sunshine in the background are delicately gilded in pink gold. Also included in the design is The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark. Classic Display Case Accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity, the coin is housed in presentation packaging comprising a classic display case with a clear lid and a special 30th anniversary shipper.

Year Date: 2020
Silver Content (Troy oz): 5
Monetary Denomination (AUD): 8.00
Fineness (% purity): 99.99
Minimum Gross Weight (g): 155.533
Maximum Diameter (mm): 50.90
Maximum Thickness (mm): 11.85
Maximum Mintage: 500
Legal Tender: Australian Legal Tender
Effigy: Jody Clark effigy of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II
Designer: Jennifer McKenna
Perth Mint Item ID: 20322KCAA
Issue price: AU$ 624.0, US$ 437.01

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