Greece – 50 Euro mini gold, Ancient Tiryns, 2013

Stele of Grave Circle A Mycenae

Stele of Grave Circle A Mycenae

Collector gold coin 50 Euro dedicated to the archeological site of Tiryns, which has been listed as a World Heritage Site by Unesco.

Both the obverse and the reverse of the coin feature Mycenaean decorative motifs. Tiryns is the second largest Mycenaean acropolis, after Mycenae, in the eastern Peloponnesian region of Argolis. The hill of Tiryns was first inhabited in the Neolithic age. The settlement grew and reached its apogee in the Mycenaean Age (1600-1200 B.C.).

Greece – 50 Euro mini gold 2013 dedicated to Ancient Tiryns. Au 100% – Weight 1g, diametre 14mm. Mintage 1.000 coins. Quality: proof

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Greece – 200 Euro Gold Proof, Hippocrates of Kos, 2013

Gold coin 200 Euro dedicated to Greek culture, Hippocrates of Kos, the Physician, 2013. Au 916.7 – weight 7.99g – diametre 22.10mm. Μintage 1.200 items in Proof Quality.

The obverse features a portrait of Hippocrates (460-377 B.C.), while the reverse features Asclepius healing patients. Continue reading

Austria – 100 Euro, Vienna Philharmonic gold 1 oz, BU 2013

The Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coins are struck in 1-ounce of 99.99% pure, 24-karat gold. No alloy metals have been added. Each Philharmonic gold coin is guaranteed as to weight and gold purity by the Austrian government. Each 1-ounce coin contains a full troy ounce of gold.

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Greece – 100 Euro gold, the Liberation of Thessaloniki, 2012

Collector coin gold with a nominal value of 100 Euro commemorating the centennial of the liberation of Thessaloniki, 1912-2012. The obverse of the coin features a circular gold foil with a rosette at its centre silhouetted against the Greek flag. The reverse of the coin features the White Tower of Thessaloniki and the coat of arms of the Hellenic Republic, flanked by stylized laurel leaves. Continue reading