Greece – 5 Euro silver proof, MYRTIS, 2020

MYRTIS, 5 EURO SILVER COLLECTOR COIN 2020.

Myrtis is the name given by archaeologists to an 11-year-old girl from ancient Athens, whose remains were discovered in 1994–95 in a mass grave during work to build the metro station at Kerameikos, Greece. The name was chosen from common ancient Greek names. The analysis showed that Myrtis and two other bodies in the mass grave had died of typhoid fever during the Plague of Athens in 430 B.C.

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Austria – 25 Euro Silver Niobium, Big Data, 2020

Austria - 25 Euro Silver Niob, Big Data, 2020

Austria – 25 Euro Silver Niob, Big Data, 2020

In its niobium core, the obverse of Big Data features a human eye that represents surveillance on the one hand and the biometric method of iris recognition on the other, while the silver outer ring is designed like a camera lens. Iris recognition means that we can all be recognised unequivocally. The reverse of the coin shows people under surveillance, which is recognisable from the 20:20 running time on the left edge of the outer silver ring. In the foreground of the niobium core, one of a number of human silhouettes is peppered with squares that symbolise the personal data collected about that person.

Niue – Silver coin 1 oz Athenian Owl, 2020

The Athenian Owl 1 ounce Silver Bullion Coin is inspired by the ‘Tetradrachm’, an Ancient Greek coin with a face value of four drachmas. Struck in honour of Athena, the Greek Tetradrachm coin featured an image of the goddess in its obverse and an owl, the official polis of Athens complete with olive branch and crescent moon, on its reverse. The owl is a symbol of truth and wisdom and, per ancient mythology, sat on Athena’s ‘blind side’ to enable her to see the whole truth.

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Greece – 5 Euro, UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, 2020

 

Collector coin 5 Euro silver 2020, commemorating the 100 years from the establishment of THE UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, ASOEE 1920-2020. Quality proof-like in blister. Maximum issue 6.000 pieces.

 

 

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Austria – 20 Euro, SALZBURG FESTIVAL, 2020

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CENTENARY OF THE SALZBURG FESTIVAL.

Color 3D proof silver coin.

One of the world’s leading opera, theatre and classical music festivals, the Salzburg Festival celebrates its centenary in 2020. Featuring opera, theatre and classical concerts, the Salzburg Festival offers a broader spectrum of cultural variety than any other. To celebrate this major cultural event, which is constantly in the process of reinventing itself, we have come up with a particularly innovative coin design. Delivery: In case with certificate. Mintage 30,000 coins.

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France – 10 Euro Silver proof, MONA LISA, 2019

France, Mona Lisa 10 euro silver proof rectangular 2019. Dimentions 38 mm x 29,1 mm. The coin is the first issue from the new series “Masterpieces of Museum”, dedicated to the most famous masterpieces of all times. In this edition – Mona Lisa. The coin has a rectangular shape 38 mm x 29,1 mm. It is delivered in case with the Certificate of Authenticity. Mintage 3.000 coins.

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Finland – 2 Euro, Constitution Act, 2019

Finland’s national landscapes symbolise the Finnish character and have a generally recognised significance in Finland’s national culture, history and perception of nature. The obverse of the Finnish National Landscape Koli coin depicts the view from the summit of Koli. The commemorative coin is designed by Erkki Vainio on the basis of a photograph taken by Juha-Pekka Jarvenpaa.

The design shows three circular fields that are joined together at the centre. The three fields represent the trias politica, separation of powers into three different branches: a legislative, an executive, and a judiciary power. The year of issuance ‘2019’ is placed centre left. The indication of the issuing country ‘FI’ and the mint mark are placed bottom right.

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Estonia – 2 Euro, Tartu Peace Treaty, 2020 (coin card)

Estonia, 2 euro Commemorative Coin 2020, dedicated to the centenary of the Tartu Peace Treaty. The Tartu Peace Treaty was signed between Estonia and Soviet Russia on 2 February 1920 in Tartu, and it fixed the eastern border of Estonia, bringing an end to the War of Independence.

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