Two ounces of antique-finished silver, with a high-relief and rimless strike and with mythology as the subject. If you’re a gambler, it’s an easy bet that the Mint of Poland is involved. Their latest addition involves a dive into the mysticism of Tibetan Buddhism, although the subject also has reverence for Hindus and Sikhs. Mahākāla is the protector of dharma in Buddhism, which stands for truth and reality, and is said to alleviate symptoms of illness and attract wisdom.
The coin is literally packed from centre to edge with masses of high-relief detail. There are terrific little touches everywhere you look and the use of some selective gilding gives the design a nice focal point to draw the eye in. The obverse is a little dull in comparison. Issued for Cameroon, it’s a standard coat-of-arms affair. Packaging comprises of a latex-skin ‘floating’ frame with an inset themed insert. Mintage of this 45 mm diameter coin is capped at 500 pieces and it is available to order now.
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