2,500 YEARS SINCE THE BATTLE OF SALAMIS. The Battle of Salamis was the turning point of the Persian Wars as the Greeks, against almost impossible odds, crushed the Persian fleet, proving that strategy and valour can defeat numerical superiority. The obverse of the coin bears a portrait of Themistocles, commander of the Athenian contingent of the Greek fleet at the Battle of Salamis and architect of the Greek victory. The wording “THEMISTOCLES 524-459 BC” appears at right. The reverse features triremes (warships with three banks of oars), which were used by both the Greek and the Persian navy at the Battle of Salamis. At centre is the national coat of arms, surrounded by the wording “HELLENIC REPUBLIC” and “2,500 YEARS SINCE THE BATTLE OF SALAMIS”.
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.
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.
The Winged Victory of Samothrace, also called the Nike of Samothrace, is a marble Hellenistic sculpture of Nike (the Greek goddess of victory), that was created in about the 2nd century BC. Since 1884, it has been prominently displayed at the Louvre and is one of the most celebrated sculptures in the world. It is described as “the greatest masterpiece of Hellenistic sculpture”, and it is one of a small number of major Hellenistic statues surviving in the original, rather than Roman copies.
Celebration of the Gallic the most courageous 60th anniversary.
Coin dedicated to the launch of the new comic : “La Fille de Vercingetorix”. The drawing was released the 24th of October! The new Asterix comic launched the 24th september is named «La Fille de Vercingetorix». The new comic’s title is written on top of the obverse. It retakes the famous typography of the Asterix comics. The reverse is the same for all the youth collection. It shows Asterix getting out because of an explosion taken from a comic. The famous character seems have taken magic potion and looks like determined, ready to fight against Romans. On the top of the coin, we can find the “60e anniversaire” mention. The yeardate and the face value are on the right. The Asterix copyright is viewable at the bottom of the coin.
Conquering the moon was one of man’s oldest dreams, from Lucian to Jules Verne. On 20 July 1969, the United States space mission Apollo 11 is crowned with success, achieving the goal set by President Kennedy in 1961. The lunar module Eagle, with Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin aboard, lands on the moon, while Michael Collins remains in orbit on command module Columbia. Armstrong is the first to step out onto the lunar surface, taking “one small step for a man, a giant leap for mankind”, as he famously uttered. The astronauts collected lunar material and planted the American flag and a plaque that read “Here men from the planet Earth first set foot upon the moon. July 1969 A.D. We came in peace for all mankind”. The three astronauts returned to Earth on 24 July 1969.
The obverse of the coin is inspired by Lucian’s description of the view of the earth from the moon which is written on the reverse of the coin.
Paris city of lights. Tribute to the most beautiful buildings of the capital. In 2019, the Paris’ Treasures series highlights Paris, the City of lights, with the light beam of the Eiffel Tower. The obverse shows an aerial view by night of the Eiffel Tower. This plunging view alllows the light beam to spread out on Paris and keep an eye on its inhabitants. In 2019, it is the 130th anniversary of the Eiffel Tower. This date and the « RF » mention are highlighted in the Seine River.
The reverse is the common one of the Paris’ Treasures series. We see a contemporary view of the Paris map and also its districts represented by little pyramids. The gold deposit and the rhodium on coins allow to beautify the details on parisian monuments. Here, it is the famous Eiffel Tower headlight which is highlighted thanks to its benevolence for the city of Paris. Through the woman iron, Paris city of lights is magnified.
Paris ville lumière. Hommage aux plus beaux édifices de la capitale. En 2019, la sérieTrésors de Paris met enavant Paris ville lumière avec le faisceaulumineux de la Tour Eiffel. La face représenteunevueaérienne de nuit de la Tour Eiffel. Cettevueenplongeanteet de nuitpermet au faisceaulumineux de se répandre sur Paris et ainsi de veiller sur ses habitants. En 2019, la Tour Eiffel fête ses 130 ans. Cette date anniversaireainsi que le RF sontmisenavantdans la Seine.
Le revers est le revers commun à la sérieTrésors de Paris. Il propose unevuemoderne du plan de Paris et de ses arrondissements représentés par de petites pyramides. Le dépôtd’oret de rhodium sur les monnaiespermet de magnifier les détails des monuments parisiens. Ici, c’est le fameuxphare de la Tour Eiffel qui estmisen lumière tantilapporteunebienveillance à la ville de Paris. A traverssa dame de fer, c’est Paris ville lumière qui estmagnifiée.
Greece has a rich tradition in mathematics since
antiquity, with such figures as Thales, Pythagoras, Euclid and Archimedes. By decision of the Ministry of Education, 2018 has been declared Year of Mathematics to celebrate the centennial of the Hellenic Mathematical Society (HMS). Founded in 1918 in Athens with the mission of promoting the discipline and continuously improving mathematical education, the HMS today counts more than 15,000 members and 34 regional branches, with a notable contribution to the advancement of science and culture. To achieve its mission, the HMS conducts a range of activities, such as the organisation of training programmes, the annual national conference on mathematical education and three annual national mathematical competitions, the winners of which form the national team that represents Greece in the Balkan and International Mathematical Olympiads. The HMS also publishes a number of journals, as well as selected mathematical books by Greek and foreign authors.