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 Orbit and Beyond: First Space shuttle - 1 Dollar .999 silver coin Cook Islands 2010 (proof)
Denomination (CID) - 1 dollar
Fineness (% purity)- 99.9 silver
Weight (g) - 31.135
Diameter (mm) - 38.74
Year - 2010

Orbit and Beyond Series celebrates NASA's first reuseable launch vehicle, Columbia, which took off from Kennedy Space Center, Florida, on 12 April 1981..
This silver coin features a montage of images symbolizing a Space Shuttle launching into orbit also includes the border inscription 1981 - FIRST SPACE SHUTTLE, ‘orbits’ around a colored image of Earth. The Raphael Maklouf likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination are shown on the obverse.
Each coin is housed in an elliptical-shaped silver display case. The case comes in a blue box-shipper depicting a Shuttle blast-off.
62,00 €
 Orbit and Beyond: First Space Walk -1 Dollar .999 Silver coin Cook Islands 2009 (proof)
Orbit and Beyond Series celebrates the heroic accomplishment of Soviet cosmonaut Alexei Leonov, who became the first man to walk in space on 18 March 1965. Exiting the Voskhod II capsule 500km above Earth, Leonov floated in space for more than 10 minutes before attempting to re-enter the airlock. Alarmingly, his space suit had inflated, forcing the courageous cosmonaut to vent air before being able to squeeze back inside to rejoin compatriot Pavel Belyayev.

The coin’s reverse combines struck and coloured elements portraying a cosmonaut outside the orbiting Voskhod II capsule. The design, which includes the inscription 1965 – FIRST SPACE WALK, ‘orbits’ around a coloured image of Earth.

Each coin, which is protected by an acrylic capsule, is housed in an elliptical-shaped silver display case. The case comes in a blue box shipper with a lid depicting the famous cosmonaut.

Technical Specifications:
Denomination (CID) - 1 dollar
Fineness (% purity) - 99.9 silver
Weight (g) - 31.135
Diameter (mm) - 38.74

59,00 €
450th Anniversary of Shakespeare - 2 Dollars .999 Silver coin Niue 2014
Country: Niue
Year : 2014
Face value: $ 2
Metal: Silver 999/1000
Quality : Proof
Weight (g): 31,1 (1 oz.)
Size (mm): 36mm x 53mm
Mintage (pcs): 10,000
Special Features : an unique coin case

Reverse Design: This depicts famous heroes of Shakespeare’s tragedies: King Lear, Romeo and Juliet, and Hamlet in engraved relief.
Obverse Design: This features the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on the left and a coloured portrait of Shakespeare engraved in a conventionalized frame on the right.
William Shakespeare 1564 - 1616
William Shakespeare was an English poet and playwright, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the
English language and the world's pre-eminent dramatist. He is often referred to as England's National Poet and the ‘Bard of Avon’. His body of work consists of some 38 plays, 154 sonnets, 2 narrative poems, and other verses. His plays have been translated into every major language and are performed more often than those of any other playwright.
Shakespeare produced most of his known work between 1589 and 1613. Through the early years he chiefly wrote tragedies including Hamlet, King Lear, Othello, and Macbeth. These are now considered some of the finest works in the English language. Through his later years, Shakespeare produced a number of tragicomedies, also known as romances.
70,00 €
80th Anniversary of the Death of Marie Curie - 50 vatu .999 Silver glow in the dark coin  Vanuatu 2014 (Proof)
Country: Vanuatu
Diameter: 38,61 mm
Metal: Silver .999
Weight: 1 oz
Face Value: 50 vatu
Quality: Proof
Year: 2014
Mintage: 2,500
Special Feature: with luminous picture elements

Stunning tribute to the only person winning The Nobel Prize twice! The high relief stone on the obverse will glow in the dark, symbolizing the radioactive substances she detected in the course of discovery of the radioactivity.
75,00 €
Bush Babies II: Echidna   - 50 cents .999 Silver coin Australia 2013 (Proof)
Denomination (AUD) - 0.50 Dollars
Fineness (% purity) - 99.9 Silver
Minimum Gross Weight (g) - 15.591
Diameter (mm) - 30.60
Mintage - 10,000

This series features heartfelt portraits of Australia‘s favourite and adorable baby creatures, captured in brilliant colour by inspired designer Elise Martinson.
The coin’s reverse depicts an irresistible coloured image capturing the uniqueness and charm of a beautiful baby echidna. As well as The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, the design features a friendly Australian insect and delicately frosted representations of Australian bush flowers.
45,00 €
Bush Babies II: Kookaburra - 50 cents .999 Silver coin Australia 2012 (Proof)
Denomination (AUD) - 0.50 Dollars
Fineness (% purity) - 99.9 Silver
Minimum Gross Weight (g) - 15.591
Diameter (mm) - 30.60
Mintage - 10,000

This series features heartfelt portraits of Australia‘s favourite and adorable baby creatures, captured in brilliant colour by inspired designer Elise Martinson.
The coin’s reverse depicts an irresistible coloured image capturing the curiosity and mischievousness of a beautiful baby kookaburra. As well as The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, the design features a friendly Australian insect and delicately frosted representations of Australian bush flowers.
49,00 €
Bush Babies II: Platypus  - 50 cents .999 Silver coin Australia 2013 (Proof)
Denomination (AUD) - 0.50 Dollars
Fineness (% purity) - 99.9 Silver
Minimum Gross Weight (g) - 15.591
Diameter (mm) - 30.60
Mintage - 10,000

This series features heartfelt portraits of Australia‘s favourite and adorable baby creatures, captured in brilliant colour by inspired designer Elise Martinson.

The coin’s reverse depicts the uniqueness and charm of a beautiful baby platypus in vibrant colour. As well as The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, the design features a friendly Australian insect and delicately frosted representations of Australian bush flowers.
45,00 €
Bush Babies II:Wombat - 50 cents .999 Silver coin Australia 2013 (Proof)
Denomination (AUD) - 0.50 Dollars
Fineness (% purity) - 99.9 Silver
Minimum Gross Weight (g) - 15.591
Diameter (mm) - 30.60
Mintage - 10,000

This series features heartfelt portraits of Australia‘s favourite and adorable baby creatures, captured in brilliant colour by inspired designer Elise Martinson.
The coin’s reverse depicts an irresistible coloured image capturing the uniqueness and charm of a beautiful baby wombat. As well as The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark, the design features a friendly Australian insect and delicately frosted representations of Australian bush flowers.
45,00 €
Cartoon Characters: Tom and Jerry - 1 Dollar .925 Silver coin Niue 2013
Mintage: 6,000
Composition: 92.5% silver
Finish: proof
Weight (g): 14.14
Diameter (mm): 32
Face value:1 dollar
Country of issue: Niue
Artist: Urszula Walerzak

The Tom and Jerry coin is a part of the Cartoon Characters series from the Mint of Poland. This series of coins was created especially for collectors who remember these well know cartoon characters.

On the reverse side of your coin, the images of Tom and Jerry are depicted in relief. Next to it, the colourful image of the cartoon characters and the inscription: TOM AND JERRY. Between them, the stylized image of a film reel with the scenes. On the obverse, the stylized image of a film reel with the scenes featuring the fantastic cartoon characters. Along the edge is the inscription: ELIZABETH II, and on the right: 1 dollar, the mint mark: MW, and at the bottom is the inscription Niue Island, and the year 2013.
52,00 €
Disney: Snow White - $2 .999 Silver coin Niue 2015
Collection: Disney Princesses
Metal: 999 Fine Silver
Weight: 1 oz
Finish: Proof/Coloured
Diameter: 40mm
Denomination: $2
Year of Issue: 2015
Coin Mintage: 10,000
Effigy: Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Country of Issue: Niue

This precious Disney Silver Coin features the fairest of them all; Snow White. The coin design shows Snow White in full colour holding a red rose in her hand, set in front of relief engraved flowers. The Disney Princess - Snow White 1 oz Silver Coin comes presented in delightful fairy-tale book style packaging featuring birds and castle images that are unique to Snow White.
125,00 €
Fall of Berlin Wall - 1 Dollar .999 Silver coin Tuvalu 2009 (proof)
The fall of the Berlin Wall on 9 November 1989 was undoubtedly one of the most memorable events of the late 20th century. East and West Germans joined in wild celebrations, their euphoria marking the end of the Cold War amid renewed hope for the reunification of their country.

The coin’s reverse portrays a stylised representation of the number 20, which separates a coloured image of the sky featuring a peace dove, and a close-up interpretation of the Berlin Wall. As well as depicting Germany’s symbolic Brandenburg Gate, the design also includes the inscription FALL OF THE BERLIN WALL NOVEMBER 9TH 1989 and The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark.

The coin, which is issued as legal tender under the authority of the Government of Tuvalu, portrays the Raphael Maklouf effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse.

The Perth Mint will release no more than 5,000 of these coins.

Technical Specifications:

Denomination - (TVD) 1
Fineness (% purity) - 99.9 silver
Weight (g) - 31.135
Diameter (mm) - 40.60
55,00 €
Forest Babies:Brown Bear - 50 cents .999 Silver coloured coin Tuvalu 2013 (proof)
Denomination (TVD) - 0.50 Dollar
Fineness (% purity) - 99.9 Silver
Weight (g) - 15.591
Diameter (mm) - 36.60
Mintage - 10,000 coins
Designer - Aleysha Howarth

The brown bear lives in the forests and mountains of North America, Europe and Asia, and is the most widely distributed bear in the world. The coin’s reverse depicts an irresistible coloured image of a beautiful baby Brown Bear headed by the inscription BROWN BEAR. Delicately frosted representations of forest flowers and The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark are also incorporated into the design of each coin.
49,00 €
Forest Babies:Red Squirrel - 50 cents .999 Silver coloured coin Tuvalu 2013 (proof)
Denomination (TVD) - 0.50 Dollar
Fineness (% purity) - 99.9 Silver
Weight (g) - 15.591
Diameter (mm) - 36.60
Mintage - 10,000 coins
Designer - Aleysha Howarth

Instantly recognisable by their red fur, the Red Squirrel can be found across most of Europe and northern Asia. The coin’s reverse depicts an irresistible coloured image of a beautiful baby Red Squirrel headed by the inscription RED SQUIRREL. Delicately frosted representations of forest flowers and The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark are also incorporated into the design.
49,00 €
Milestones of Mankind: Egyptian Labyrinth - $10  .999 Silver coin with micro-labyrinth Cook Islands 2016 (Proof)
Country : Cook Islands
Face Value : 10 Dollars
Metal : Silver .999 fine
Mintage : 999 pcs
Original ETUI box/case : Yes, unique
Quality : Proof
Series : Milestones of Mankind
Size : 50 mm
Weight : 50 g
Year : 2016

The obverse shows the Ian Rank-Broadley portrait of Elizabeth II of England, also her name, the title of the issuing nation as well as the nominal value.
The reverse depicts the Egyptian Labyrinth of Athanasius Kircher and features a playable micro-labyrinth inlay in the centre. Engraved are the inscriptions MILESTONES OF MANKIND, EGYPTIAN LABYRINTH, and the year of issue "2016".
The new smartminting© technology allows for an unprecedented relief height, sharpness, and precision of detail. All boxes of the 999 pieces limited edition together form a labyrinth.
329,00 € (16%)
390,00 €
Queen Elizabeth II Coronation 60th Anniversary - 1 dollar .999 silver coin Australia 2013 (proof)
Denomination (AUD) - 1
Fineness (% purity) - 99.9 Silver
Weight (g) - 31.135
Diameter (mm) - 40.60
Thickness (mm) - 4.00
Mintage - 7,500


The coin features Sir Cecil Beaton’s official Coronation portrait in color. The Queen wears the Imperial State Crown and holds the Royal regalia incorporating the Sovereign’s scepter-with-cross and the Sovereign’s orb. On her right hand is the Coronation ring, and on both wrists are golden armills. Inscriptions include “Anniversary of the Coronation” and the dates “1953-2013”.
69,00 €
Queen Elizabeth II Coronation 60th Anniversary - £5 .925 silver coin United Kingdom 2013 (Proof)
Denomination - £5
Metal - .925 Silver
Weight - 28.28 g
Diameter - 38.61 mm
Reverse Designer - Emma Noble
Obverse Designer - Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS
Quality - Proof

Designed by the Royal Mint, the coin depicts the Imperial State Crown worn by the Queen for her return to Buckingham Palace, and is representative of the monarchy and Her Majesty’s continuing reign. The inscriptions ‘TO REIGN AND SERVE’ and ‘A VOW MADE GOOD’ refers to The Queen’s coronation speech and the continual fulfillment of the vow she made that day.
59,00 €
Queen Victoria 175th Anniversary of Coronation - 1 Dollar .999 Silver coin Australia 2013 (Proof)
Denomination (AUD) - 1
Fineness (% purity) - 99.9 Silver
Weight (g) - 31.135
Diameter (mm) - 40.60
Thickness (mm) - 4.00
Mintage - 7,500
Designer -Aleysha Howarth

in 2013 a stunning 1oz silver coin was released to commemorate the 175th anniversary of Queen Victoria’s Coronation. The longest reigning British monarch, Queen Victoria ruled over the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland for more than six decades.
The coin’s reverse depicts a coloured portrait of Queen Victoria at her Coronation by Sir George Hayter, which forms part of the prestigious Royal Collection. An image of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Crown, the inscription QUEEN VICTORIA 175TH ANNIVERSARY OF CORONATION and The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark are also included in the design.
60,00 €
Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics: Leopard  – 3 Rouble .999 Silver coin Russia 2011 (UNC)
Metal: AG 999/1000
Weight: 31,1g
Dimension: length 35 mm, width 23 mm
Denomination: 3 rubles
Quality: UNC
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: "3 РУБЛЯ" (3 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
79,00 €
Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics: Polar bear – 3 Rouble .999 Silver coin Russia 2012 (UNC)
Metal: AG 999/1000
Weight: 31,1g
Dimension: length 35 mm, width 23 mm
Denomination: 3 rubles
Quality: UNC
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: "3 РУБЛЯ" (3 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.
79,00 €
The 50th Anniversary of the Mini - £5 .925 Silver Coin United Kingdom 2009 (proof)
In 2009 the most iconic of British cars, the Mini, is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The unique and revolutionary design by Alec Issigonis influenced a generation of carmakers. Over 50 million Minis have been sold worldwide and many ‘classic’ versions are still on the road and loved by their owners. To celebrate this very British anniversary, the Royal Mint has produced a £5 Proof coin in sterling silver and features on its reverse a side-view image of the classic Mini, created by David Cornell FRSA, FRBS.

Denom. £5
Alloy .925 Sterling Silver
Weight 28.28 gms
Diameter 38.61 mm
Designer (Reverse) David Cornell FRSA
Designer (Obverse) Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS
65,00 €
The Cubs: White Lion - 50 cents .999 Silver coin Tuvalu 2016 (Proof)
Denomination (TVD) - 0.50 Dollars
Fineness (% purity) - 99.9 Silver
Weight (g) - 15.591
Diameter (mm) - 32.60
Thickness (mm) - 3.10
Mintage - 5,000
Designer - Tom Vaughan

The coin’s reverse features two coloured white lion cubs playing in the grass in the Savannah. The inscription CUBS and The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark also appear in the design.
89,00 €
The Little Prince’s Beautiful Journey - 50€ .900 Silver coin France 2016
Country - France
Year - 2016
Face Value - 50 €
Metal - Silver
Fineness (purity) - 900/1000
Weight (g) - 41.0
Diameter (mm) - 41
Quality - Uncirculated
Mintage (pcs) - 25 000

On the coin Little Prince is depicted on his planet with the rose.
99,00 €
The Spirit of London  – £5 .925 Silver coin London Olympics 2012 (Proof)
Country: United Kingdom
Face value: 5 pounds
Diameter: 38.61 mm
Weight: 28.28 g
Alloy: Silver
Quality: Proof

The Spirit of London
‘Kind hearts are more than coronets’
This coin celebrates the tradition and pageantry that has remained strong in a country with such a long and rich history. The quote on the coin by Lord Tennyson expresses the important role of ceremony that lies behind Britain's pageantry.
85,00 € (14%)
99,00 €