The Eye of Horus joins the Mint of Poland’s Egyptian themed selection of silver coins

A new addition to the Mennica Polska’s Ancient Egyptian themed range is a look at the iconic Eye of Horus and the fabled cats that were so prominent in that society. A coloured coin of two standard ounces in weight,  it also featues a goldstone window the mint is calling “Night in Cairo”. Issued for Niue, the mintage of this 50mm diameter coin is set at 999 and it comes supplied in one of the excellent floating latex skin frames for easy display. Available now, it sells for around the €150 mark.

REVERSE: In the central part of the coin – Night in Cairo goldstone decorated with the symbol of the Eye of Horus. In the background – ornament. In the bottom – Egyptian cross ankh, the symbol of life. On the sides – effigies of cats.

OBVERSE: In the central part of the coin – Night in Cairo goldstone. Left-hand, on separate surface– effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Around the portrait – inscriptions: ELIZABETH II, NIUE (issuer), 2018 (year of issue). In the background – stylized ornament. In the bottom, along the rim – inscriptions: 2 DOLLARS (face value), m/w (mint mark), Ag 999 (hallmark).

COMPOSITION 0.999 silver
WEIGHT 56.56 grams
DIAMETER 50.00 mm
MODIFICATIONS Colour, inset goldstone
BOX / COA Yes / Yes
By | 2018-03-10T08:26:27+00:00 March 10th, 2018|Categories: News Nuggets, Art & Literature, History, Inserts, Silver, Mint of Poland, Niue Island|0 Comments

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