Mongolia

April, 2019

CIT@TICC: Minigold range grows with new issues for the wider collector market

By |2019-05-17T21:10:24+01:00April 29th, 2019|Categories: Culture, Gold, Nature, CIT Coin Invest, Cook Islands, Mongolia, Palau|

CIT@TICC: Minigold range grows with new issues for the wider collector market The just passed Tokyo International Coin Convention (TICC), saw CIT Coin Invest issue another in their comprehensive range of half-gram minigold coins and this is one of several that has been added since the turn of the year. There are two main types. Traditional coins are round and tend to be inspired by bigger [...]

Numiscollect take CIT’s iconic Ural Owl coin into the third dimension with this stunning new issue

By |2019-04-10T22:06:47+01:00April 10th, 2019|Categories: Nature, Inserts, Silver, Numiscollect, Mongolia|

Numiscollect take CIT's iconic Ural Owl coin into the third dimension with this stunning new issue Only a small number of producers around the world have the knowledge and expertise to produce true dimensional coins, so they don't constitute a big flood of releases as is the case with some other popular genres. Chief amongst the experts are the Mint of Poland, who arguably began pushing boundaries [...]

February, 2019

Numiscollect’s intricate Archaeology & Symbolism coin series moves from Meso-America to Tibet

By |2019-02-25T21:42:50+01:00February 25th, 2019|Categories: Art & Literature, Culture, Silver, Numiscollect, Mongolia|

Numiscollect's intricate Archaeology & Symbolism coin series moves from Mesoamerica to Tibet Last year saw Dutch producer Numiscollect released a really beautiful Aztec Calendar coin, based on a huge stone version likely created in the 15th century to stand in the Aztec capital, Tenochtitlan. It was the debut release in a new series named Archaeology & Symbolism, a range showcasing objects that helped define cultures through history. [...]

CIT’s superb Revolutionaries series adds Karl Marx and we have a new Coin Series Profile up

By |2019-02-09T21:59:12+01:00February 10th, 2019|Categories: History, Gold, People, News Nuggets, Silver, CIT Coin Invest, Mongolia|

CIT's superb Revolutionaries series adds Karl Marx and we have a new Coin Series Profile up 2019 KARL MARX A range of coins I've always had a lot of time for, after seeing the superb smartminted re-issue of the Chinggis Khan coin at the 2016 World Money Fair in Berlin, Revolutionaries is, on the surface, a simple 1oz silver coin series. It depicts famous, or infamous, revolutionary [...]

January, 2019

CIT@WMF: The end of a legend. Hit Mongolian Wildlife Protection series comes to an finish

By |2019-01-31T21:03:16+01:00January 31st, 2019|Categories: Nature, Inserts, Silver, CIT Coin Invest, Mongolia|

CIT@WMF: The end of a legend. Hit Mongolian Wildlife Protection series comes to an finish One of coin collectors favourites of the last decade, the multi-award-winning Mongolian Wildlife Protection series is coming to an end twelve years and ten issues after its debut. These striking coins are one of the few to employ inset Swarovski crystals without detriment to the finished design, using a pair of them [...]

November, 2018

CIT debut a gilded version of its innovative dimensional lunar pig for the Beijing coin show

By |2018-11-08T14:35:45+01:00November 8th, 2018|Categories: Lunar Calendar, Gilded, Silver, CIT Coin Invest, Mongolia|

CIT debut a gilded version of its innovative dimensional lunar pig for the Beijing coin show 2019 GILDED JOLLY PIG Probably our favourite lunar pig coin to be released so far, CIT Coin Invest launched the Silver Jolly Pig earlier this year and it was something quite different. A full dimensional coin - basically one that is sculpted in all directions - it was [...]

September, 2018

Ammonites came in different sizes, so why not ammonite coins? Evolution of Life hits a kilo.

By |2018-09-17T15:48:53+01:00September 17th, 2018|Categories: Gilded, Nature, Silver, CIT Coin Invest, Mongolia|

Ammonites came in different sizes, so why not ammonite coins? Evolution of Life hits a kilo. It was in mid-2015 that CIT Coin Invest showed off the first of its new prehistoric themed coins. Coming as quite a surprise at that years ANA show, it was called Evolution of Life and depicted a rose-gilded ammonite on a background that looked like a fossil matrix. Issued for Mongolia, [...]

August, 2018

ANA 2018: CIT go all in with a hugely impressive release program of new coins

By |2018-08-14T21:22:22+01:00August 14th, 2018|Categories: Art & Literature, Culture, Coloured, Gold, Nature, Inserts, Science, Silver, CIT Coin Invest, Cook Islands, Isle of Man, Mongolia, Palau|

ANA 2018: CIT go all in with a hugely impressive release program of new coins Philadelphia is hosting the 2018 ANA World's Fair of Money and with it comes a whole host of new issues from many of the world's premiere coin producers. Chief amongst those will be CIT Coin Invest, the Liechtenstein based collector favourite issuer of some of the world's most impressive modern numismatics. We've [...]

July, 2018

World exclusive: CIT bring their dimensional smartminting to the lunar market with a Mongolian Pig

By |2018-07-27T06:36:11+01:00July 25th, 2018|Categories: Banknote / Foil, Lunar Calendar, Gold, Silver, CIT Coin Invest, Mongolia|

World exclusive: CIT bring their dimensional smartminting to the lunar market with a Mongolian Pig It isn't just their skull range that has a new addition - CIT Coin Invest have expanded their dimensional coin range with a fine effort in what has become a predictable and slightly stale lunar market. That the lunar market sometimes fails to excite collectors is inevitable in hindsight. The twelve year [...]

February, 2018

Dimensional smartminting stretches its legs with impressive issues from CIT and Numiscollect

By |2018-02-08T15:30:27+01:00February 8th, 2018|Categories: Culture, History, Gilded, Nature, Silver, CIT Coin Invest, Cook Islands, Numiscollect, Mongolia, Palau|

Dimensional smartminting stretches its legs with impressive issues from CIT and Numiscollect With SmartMinting continuing to impressive with ultra high-relief strikes maintaining tons of detail, it's easy to forget that it can be employed in other ways as well. There seems to be a slowly increasing interest in coins that eschew the standard flat format, whether it be round or another geometric shape, in favour of one [...]

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