The brilliant uncirculated divisional coin set 2014 contains 8 coins (from 1 cent until a 2 euro). The outer packaging shows two architectural elements of the oldest Republic in the world, the Government Building and the Basilica of San Marino. A suggestive and emblematic aerial picture depicts the Government Building, base of the main institutional bodies, sited in the same place of the ancient “Domus Magna Comunis”, built between 1380 and 1392 and pulled down at the end of the nineteenth century. In its nearby the Domus Plebis square with the neoclassical Basilica, where a part of the relics of Saint Marino are kept. Marino founded the community of San Marino in 301 a. C. and took refuge on the mount Titano in order to escape with other Christians from Diocleziano’s persecutions. The packaging is completed by the technical data of the coins and another symbolic picture: the First Tower, also named Rocca or Guaita, encircled by a double wall where people sheltered during the sieges. Built directly on the stone of the Mount without any foundation, the Tower dates back to the tenth century. The packaging of the brilliant uncirculated divisional coin set shows a panoramic view of the City Centre of San Marino and the Mount Titano registered by UNESCO on the List of the World Heritage since 2008. Maximum mintage: 15,000 complete sets.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy. The 22nd of November 2013 will be the 50th anniversary of his death. He represented a deep change for the American political world. His speeches tackled with the most important issues of his Country; he carried out a strong battle against poverty and hunger and struggled to extend civil rights to Afro-American citizens. In the obverse of the coin the coat of arms of the Republic of San Marino. In the reverse of the coin, in foreground a portrait of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, in the background a piece of the American flag; on the left the years “1963 2013″; near the borders the inscriptions ICH BIN BERLINER J. F. KENNEDY I AM A BERLINER. Readily available – few pieces!
Bernardino di Betto, called Pinturicchio (1454–1513) was an Italian painter of the Renaissance. He acquired his nickname, Pintoricchio (little painter), because of his small stature, and he used it to sign some of his works.
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Official minikit “History and Culture”, Brilliant Uncirculated. The coin cards intend to celebrate the Crossbowmen of San Marino. The images shown in the different coincards bear witness to the oldest type of military training of the Republic, already mentioned in the statutes of 1295, i.e. the Body of the Archers. A “compartment” that every year performs a demonstration performance and competitions both in the land of San Marino, and in other countries.
Now available for immediate delivery, either one by one or in collection of 10 cards (special price).
Federico Fellini (Rimini, 20th January 1920 – Rome, 31st October 1993). He is one of the greatest movie directors of the world that showed Italy of his time as a dream full of emotions. The obverse of the coin represents a movie camera and the portrait of Federico Fellini. His scarf turns into the Rex, the biggest Italian transatlantic which appeared in his movie called “Amarcord”. The ship is topped by the three Towers with the three feathers, symbol of the Republic of San Marino. The reverse shows a vignette by Fellini with a caricature of Giulietta Masina taken from the movie “La strada” and a film strip with the writing “Federico Fellini”.
The official San Marino Euro coin BU set for 2013. It includes a 5 Euro silver coin dedicated to 20th Anniversary of the death of Federico Fellini.