Description: Latvia declared its independence on 18 November 1918; however, the War of Independence still continued and it was only in 1920 that the Constitutional Assembly was elected. On 26 January 1921 the Supreme Council of Entente comprising five countries: the UK, France, Italy, Japan and Belgium, recognised Latvia de iure. This decision triggered wide recognition of Latvia internationally. Soon countries like Poland, Finland, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Persia, Austria, Portugal, Romania and others recognised the Republic of Latvia. With the de iure recognition of Latvia, the State of Latvia became a fully-fledged subject of international public law.
Issuing volume: 412 000
Issuing date: 2021
Mintage year: 2020
Face value: 10 euro
Diameter: 34 mm
Weight: 22 g
Mintage: 20,000 pcs UNC
The image on the reverse of the coin expresses, through the representation of the nurse who takes care of the elderly patient, the commitment of the institutions of the Republic of San Marino to counter the health emergency of the epidemic of Covid-19. The coin celebrates, in particular, the San Marino Institute for Social Security, to which the proceeds from the sale of the currency will be donated. In the background on the right the First Tower of San Marino is depicted.
Year of Release: 2020
Silver content: 5g
Dimension: 148 x 98 mm
This silver foil features an original No Time To Die movie poster portraying James Bond dressed for action in front of a partially obscured version of the signature 007 gun logo. Engraved on the back of the foil is the 007 gun logo and the product’s weight and purity.
Presented in a sleek black box and branded sleeve, the silver foil is encased in a clear acrylic frame suitable for wall-mounting or upright desk-top display.
Goddess of the Moon, Mama Quilla was an important deity for the people of the Inca Empire who portrayed her as a silver disk with a female face on it. Associated with the moon through numerous mythological stories, Mama Quilla was believed to shed tears of silver that fell to Earth and could be mined as precious metal.
The Simpsons first aired as a half-hour television series in 1989. Now in its 30th season, it is the longest-running primetime scripted show in television history. A worldwide pop-culture phenomenon seen across 60 countries in 20 languages, the show was honoured with a Star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2000. It has won 33 Emmy Awards, 34 Annie Awards, a 2017 People’s Choice Award and was the first animated series to win a Peabody Award.
The coin portrays the coloured logo from The Itchy & Scratchy Show, an animated cartoon ‘show within a show’ watched by Bart and Lisa Simpson. The design includes Matt Groening’s signature and The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mintmark.Accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity, the coin is presented in a clear acrylic case, allowing both sides to be displayed, and a branded shipper.
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