The Pultusk Meteorite is now available as a coin! Go and order your piece before its runs out! The Pultust Meteorite silver coin has been issued to commemorate the 1868 meteorite fall in this place.
The reverse of the coin is a true piece of art. It shows a part of Europe – a continent in which this town in Poland is located. The map depicts the real geographical location of Pultusk. The coins amazes with the details of the continent borders. On the right side at the bottom, one can find a piece of a real meteorite inserted.
The obverse of the coin depicts the image of Queen Elizabeth II with the inscription “Elizabeth II Cook Islands” and the face value of the coin – 5 dollars.
Each coin is delivered in a separate decorative box and includes a Certificate of Authenticity.
The coin has been issued in limited mintage of only 2500 pieces only.
A stunning release by Cook Island commemorates the Pultusk meteorite fall in 1868
Silver coin with a real piece of the Pultusk Meteorite inserted in the coin’s surface
Face value – 5$
The coin was made of 25 grams of .925 silver
Limited mintage – up to 2500 coins worldwide
The coin is packed in elegant, wooden box. A Certificate of Authenticity is included