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 Year of the Goat - 25 Dollars 1/4oz .999 Gold coloured coin Australia 2015(Proof)
Country: Australia
Mint: Perth Mint of Australia
Year of Issue: 2015
Face Value: 25 Dollars
Weight: 7.777 g
Diameter: 22.60 mm
Mintage Limit: 5,000
Composition: .9999 Fine (Pure) Gold
Artist: Natasha Muhl (obverse)
Ian Rank-Broadley (reverse)
Obverse
Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, in crowned profile facing right. This portrait, featuring Her Majesty wearing a tiara and pearl earrings, was executed by the sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley. The legend 1/4 OZ 9999 GOLD guarantees the weight and purity. The legends ELIZABETH II, the date and the denomination also appear.

Reverse
A large, adult male goat or ram (In color) surveys his domain from a mountainous perch in a landscape in rural China. The legend YEAR OF THE GOAT defines the theme. The Chinese character for "Goat" or "Sheep" is to the left, while the Perth Mint's "P" mint mark is judiciously placed to the left, near the 9:00 position along the rim.


Those born in the years 1907, 1919, 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, and 2015 celebrate the Year of the Sheep, Ram or Goat. According to tradition, people born during a Year of the Ram or Sheep are said to exhibit that animal’s attributes. They are sincere, sympathetic, determined but peaceful, mild-mannered but sometimes pessimistic. They seek security and stability, but can be very generous. They tend to be artistic and creative.
499,00 €
Australian Gold Sovereign - 25 Dollars 1/4 oz .9167 Gold coin Australia 2013 (Proof)
Monetary Denomination (AUD) 25
Fineness (% purity) 91.67
Weight (g) 7.9881
Diameter (mm) 22.60
Thickness (mm) 1.75
Mintage 1750 coins

The commemorative 2013 Australia Sovereign portrays St Edwards crown, a laurel wreath and the word AUSTRALIA, historic elements of Leonard Charles Wyon’s original Type I reverse. The modern tribute also includes the inscriptions PERTH MINT, SOVEREIGN, and the Mint’s traditional ‘P’ mintmark

The Australia Sovereign 2013 Gold Proof Coin is a customised version of the original Sydney Mint Sovereign, representing a modern adaptation of this important part of Australia’s history.


499,00 €
Discover Australia: Kookaburra - 15 Dollars 1/10oz .999 Gold coin Australia 2012 (Proof)
Specifications

Metal - 99,9% gold
Denomination - 15 Dollars
Weight (g) - 3,111 (1/10 OZ)
Size (mm) – 16,6
Year of Issue - 2012
Country - Australia
Mintage – 1 000 psc

The Kookaburra is one of Australia’s most recognisable birds found throughout mainland Australia. The bird’s white coloured plumage and brown facial stripe is distinctive, as is its loud laughing call. A territorial tree-dwelling kingfisher, the Kookaburra is believed to mate for life. Both the male and female partner share the incubation duties of their unhatched eggs, while other members in the family group later assist with the parenting responsibilities.

The coin’s reverse depicts a Kookaburra perched on a tree branch partially submerged in a river, and the inscriptions DISCOVER AUSTRALIA and KOOKABURRA. The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark and the 2012 year-date are also included in the design.
290,00 €
Fabergé egg - 1 Dollars 0,5g .999 Gold coin Palau 2015 (Prooflike)
Country: Palau
Face value: 1 Dollar
Metal: Gold .9999
Weight: 0.5 g
Size: 9.7 × 13.92 mm
Quality: Prooflike
Mintage: 5000 pieces

Eggs symbolise fertility and eternal life. As Fabergé eggs they became world famous. Coin Invest Trust’s Golden Egg No. 1 takes up this tradition.

Distinctive feature: The coin is egg-shaped and curved. The coat of arms on the reverse is delicately worked due to micro-engraving technology.

The obverse features a dark green design with intricate golden branches and blossoms.

The coin’s reverse depicts the coat of arms of Palau with the official state name, Republic of Palau and the face value, 1 dollar.
59,00 €
France Charles VI (1380-1422) Ecu with crown gold coin
écu à la couronne of Charles VI (1380-1422)

The term écu (French pronunciation: ​[eky]) or crown may refer to one of several French coins. Écu (from Latin scutum) means shield, and the coin was so called because its design included a shield bearing a coat of arms. The word is related to scudo and escudo. The value of the écu varied considerably over time.
Charles VI ended the practice of frequently changing gold coin designs, but not of tampering with their weight and value, with his écu à la couronne in 1385.
990,00 €
France Louis XI  (1461-83) Ecu with the sun above the shield with crown gold coin
écu au soleil of Louis XI (1461-1483)

The term écu (French pronunciation: ​[eky]) or crown may refer to one of several French coins. Écu (from Latin scutum) means shield, and the coin was so called because its design included a shield bearing a coat of arms. The word is related to scudo and escudo. The value of the écu varied considerably over time.
In 1475, Louis XI created a variant of the écu à la couronne called an écu au soleil because the sun now appeared above the shield. The process of devaluation continued. In 1515 the écu au soleil was valued at 36¾ sous but its value was increased to 45 sous by 1547 even though its weight and fineness had been decreased in 1519. The écu design continued, essentially unchanged, on French gold coins until 1640 when the louis d’or replaced it.
990,00 €
GOLDEN POKER Cards Set
The golden poker cards set is presented in a luxury cherry wooden box with velvet inside and a special made certificate of authenticity.

This unique Poker Cards Set is a handmade masterpiece of a special kind. This 54 cards set include the complete Poker Cards deck plus two fantastic Joker cards. Each of this cards is manual coated with pure Gold and is of an exceptional quality.

Metal: Gold plated .9999
Diameter: 87 x 57 mm
Quality: Handmade
249,00 €
Mini Roo  - 2 Dollars 0,5g .999 Gold coin Australia 2012
Metal:Gold
Purity:9999
Weight:0.5 Grams
Year:2012
Issuing Mint:The Perth Mint, Australia
Description:● 99.99% Pure Gold
● Miniature Kangaroo Coin
● Iconic Reverse Design with Australian Windmill and Watertank
● Australian Legal Tender
● Affordable Precious Metal Gift
● Presentation Packaging, housed in a protective acrylic capsule and presented in a colourful wallet-sized spec-card

Maximum Diameter : 11.60mm
Maximum Thickness :0.70mm
Designer : Wade Robinson
69,00 €
Rabbit – 1 Dollar 0,5 g .999 Gold coin Palau 2013.
Denomination: $1.00
Mint Mark: Not Shown
Metal Content: 0.016 troy oz
Purity: .9999
Manufacturer: Mayer
Diameter: 11 mm

This beautiful Gold Rabbit might not be soft and white, but it is .9999 pure Gold. This unique 1/2 gram rabbit-shaped Gold coin comes in a beautiful wooden box with original capsule and certificate of authenticity.
59,00 €
Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics: Biathlon – 50 Rouble .999 Gold coin Russia 2014 (Proof)
Metal: AU 99,9 %
Weight: 7,78 g
Diameter: 22,6 mm
Denomination: 50 rubles
Mintage, pcs: 20 000

The obverse: in the centre - the relief image of the National Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation, above - the semicircular inscription along the rim: "РОССИЙСКАЯ ФЕДЕРАЦИЯ" (THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION) framed on both sides by ornamental elements of doubled rhombuses, inscriptions in the lower part of the disc, to the left of the heraldic eagle - indicating the precious metal and its fineness, to the right - indicating the fine metal content and the mint trade mark, on bottom at the edge - horizontal inscription: "50 РУБЛЕЙ" (50 RUBLES) and the date: "2014 г." (2014) under it.
The reverse: in the centre of the matted disc - Member of the biathlon competitions - sport included in the program of the first Olympic Winter Games, below - five Olympic rings, under them - the inscription made by the "proof" technique: "СОЧИ 2014" (SOCHI 2014).
690,00 €
Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics: Curling – 50 Rouble .999 Gold coin Russia 2014 (Proof)
Metal: AU 99,9 %
Weight: 7,78 g
Diameter: 22,6 mm
Denomination: 50 rubles
Mintage, pcs: 20 000


The obverse: in the centre - the relief image of the National Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation, above - the semicircular inscription along the rim: "РОССИЙСКАЯ ФЕДЕРАЦИЯ" (THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION) framed on both sides by ornamental elements of doubled rhombuses, inscriptions in the lower part of the disc, to the left of the heraldic eagle - indicating the precious metal and its fineness, to the right - indicating the fine metal content and the mint trade mark, on bottom at the edge - horizontal inscription: "50 РУБЛЕЙ" (50 RUBLES) and the date: "2014 г." (2014) under it.

The reverse: in the centre of the matted disc - two sportsmen on the ice field, near them - four stones (bats), one of the sportsmen to the left is polishing ice before a stone, another one to the right is standing with a brush in the hand, in the background - mountains covered by snow, at foots of them to the right and to the left - some coniferous trees; below - five Olympic rings, under them - the inscription made by the "proof" technique: "СОЧИ 2014" (SOCHI 2014).
690,00 €
Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics: Figure skating – 50 Rouble .999 Gold coin Russia 2014 (Proof)
Metal: AU 99,9 %
Weight: 7,78 g
Diameter: 22,6 mm
Denomination: 50 rubles
Mintage, pcs: 20 000

690,00 €
Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics: Leopard – 50 Rouble .999 Gold coin Russia 2011 (Proof)
Metal: AU 999/1000
Weight: 7,78 g
Denomination: 50 rubles
Dimension: length 20 mm ; width 14 mm
Mintage, pcs: 300 000

The obverse: in the centre - the relief image of the National Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation, over it - the inscription in two lines: "РОССИЙСКАЯ ФЕДЕРАЦИЯ" (THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION), under the coat of arms in two lines - the denomination of the coin: "50 РУБЛЕЙ" (50 RUBLES) and the year of issue: "2011 г." (2011), on bottom along the rim - indications: to the left - of the mint trade mark, in the centre - of the precious metal according to the D.I. Mendeleev's Periodic System of Elements and its purity, to the right - of the fine metal content.

The reverse: the relief image of the Leopard- the official talisman of the XXII Olympic Winter Games of 2014 in Sochi, to the left of it in two lines - the inscription: "СОЧИ" (SOCHI) and the date: "2014", under them - five Olympic rings.
590,00 €
Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics: Polar bear – 50 Rouble .999 Gold coin Russia 2012 (Proof)
Metal: AU 99,9%
Weight: 7,78 g
Dimension: length 20 mm ; width 14 mm
Denomination: 50 rubles
Mintage, pcs: 300 000

The obverse: in the centre - the relief image of the National Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation, over it - the inscription in two lines: "РОССИЙСКАЯ ФЕДЕРАЦИЯ" (THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION), under the coat of arms in two lines - the denomination of the coin: "50 РУБЛЕЙ" (50 RUBLES) and the year of issue: "2012 г." (2012), on bottom along the rim - indications: to the left - of the mint trade mark, in the centre - of the precious metal according to the D.I. Mendeleev's Periodic System of Elements and its purity, to the right - of the fine metal content.

The reverse: the relief image of the Polar Bear - the official mascot of the XXII Olympic Winter Games of 2014 in Sochi, to the left of it in two lines - the inscription: "СОЧИ" (SOCHI) and the date: "2014", under them - five Olympic rings.
590,00 €
The Land Down Under: Gold Rush - – 25 Dollars 1/4oz .999 Gold coin Australia 2014 (Proof)
Specifications

Metal - 99,9% gold
Denomination - 25 Dollars
Weight (g) - 7,78 (0,25 OZ)
Size (mm) – 20,6
Year of Issue - 2014
Country - Australia
Mintage – 1 000 psc
Designer - Wade Robinson

499,00 €
UEFA 2016 – 100€ 1,8g .999 Goldr coin France 2016
Country: France
Year Of Issue: 2016
Denomination: 100 Euro
Mintage: 50,000
Alloy: .999 Gold
Weight: 1.8 g
Diameter: 16 mm
Edge: Plain/Smooth
Quality: Uncirculated

The obverse of the 2016 France 100 Euro UEFA gold coin illustrates the lower two-thirds of a football player running across a football field, his legs poised for kicking a ball. The UEFA logo is incorporated into the upper right-hand corner of the obverse, and below that element are the words "Euro2016 France" inscribed in two horizontal lines.

The background of the coin features a multi-elemental pattern featuring hexagonal and other geometric shapes symbolizing the joyous crowds and electric jubilation of the event.
199,00 €
UNESCO:Banks of the Seine - 50€  1/4 oz .920 Gold Coin France 2015(Proof)
Year: 2015
Metal: Gold
Denomination: 50€
Diameter: 22 mm
Weight: 8,45 g
Mintage: 2000
This UNESCO series is focused around the banks of the Seine river in Paris. This unique Gold coin exhibits the architectural design of the Hôtel des Invalides and the Grand Palais at the Champs-Élysées.
The obverse of the coins how the dome of the Invalides chapel, designed by the renowned French architect of the 17th century, Jules Hardouin-Mansart. With a mirror effect, the principal facade of the Grand Palais appears on the bottom part of the coin. It is dominated by its famous glass roof, structure that weights approximatively 8 500 tonnes of steel, iron and glass and brings transparency and clarity to the building.
On the reverse the UNESCO logo, the face value, the year date and the mintmarks are to be found on the left side, with the name of the series ‘Rives de Seine’ (Banks of the Seine). On the right, an aerial view of the location of the two monuments. Linking both sides of the reverse, the Seine River, with two dots indicating the location of the monuments honoured in 2015.
599,00 €
Year of the monkey 2016 – Australian Gold coin proof color
Country – Australia
Year – 2016
Face Value – 25 Dollars
Metal –Gold .999
Weight –1/4 oz
Size – 20,6 mm
Quality – Proof
Mintage –5 000 coins

The birth dates include 1920, 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004 and 2016. Those born under the influence of this sign are said to be intelligent, quick-witted, optimistic, ambitious and adventurous.
The REVERSE of the coin depicts an adult monkey sitting in a peach tree, which is symbolic of longevity and immortality. The Chinese character for “monkey” and the inscription “ Year of the Monkey” also appear in the design with Perth Mint’s traditional „P“ mint mark.
OBVERSE: The Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the 2016 year-date and the monetary denomination „25 Dollars“.
525,00 €
Year of the Rooster – 15 Dollars 1/10 oz .999 Gold coin Australia 2017 (Proof)
Country – Australia
Year – 2017
Face Value – 15 Dollars
Metal –Gold .999
Weight –1/10 oz
Size – 18,6 mm
Quality – Proof
Mintage – 8 000 coins

In 2017, we celebrate the tenth animal in the 12-year cycle of the Chinese zodiac. The birth dates for people ruled by the Chinese Lunar rooster include 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, and 2017. Those born under the influence of this sign are said to be hardworking, loyal, honest, and sociable.
The REVERSE of the coin depicts a Rooster. The Chinese character for “rooster” and the inscription “ Year of the Rooster” also appear in the design with Perth Mint’s traditional „P“ mint mark.
OBVERSE: The Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the 2017 year-date and the monetary denomination „15 Dollars“.
290,00 €
Year of the Snake  –  25 Dollars 1/4 oz .999 Gold coloured coin Australia 2013 (Proof)
Country – Australia
Year – 2013
Face Value – 25 Dollars
Metal –Gold .999
Weight –1/4 oz
Size – 22,6 mm
Quality – Proof
Mintage –5 000 coins

The outstanding new coins celebrate 2013, the lucky Year of the Snake and the sixth animal in the 12-year cycle of the Chinese zodiac.

The birth-years for those born under this ancient Lunar horoscope include 1905, 1917, 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001 and 2013.

The reverse of the coin depicts a representation of a red and gold snake with bamboo. The colours red and gold symbolise good luck, wealth and happiness. The Chinese character for ‘snake’ and the inscription ‘Year of the Snake’ also appear in the design with The Perth Mint’s traditional ‘P’ mintmark.
499,00 €