The obverse, which we believe will be a common one to the series moving forward, is a superb multi-layered depiction of a clockwork mechanism, filled with the fine, sharply defined detail that Smartminting is famous for. You can almost imagine it working. The issuer details, in this case the Bank of Mongolia, are all contained within the space of a single gear, thus fulfilling the obligation to carry the inscriptions without spoinling the overall look.
The packaging looks excellent, with a bi-fold version of Powercoins signature gloss black box in evidence. A Certificate of Authenticity carrying the number of the coin that you have (from 999) is enclosed, that number also being engraved on the edge of the coin.
A surprise release, but a gorgeous example of just how inventive and high quality the numismatic art has become over the last few years. Just a year or two ago, a design like this could not have been brought to life, but here we are. First class. Can’t wait to see what comes next. Available to order now with shipping, assuming Clockwork Coroney has no input, in February.