Cook Islands may not be one of the greatly known countries. But when it comes to releases of monetary masterpieces which refer to the superb examples of European heritage, it is a real giant of the numismatic industry. Find out how minutely was depicted on the coin the famous painting showing Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem.
As much as 3 ounces, so 93,3 grams of silver was used to produce the coin, value of which depends on several features. The first is the additional ornamental bullion which consists of 14 Swarovski crystal beads. The second is the long-lasting, meticulous and deserving the highest approval way of reproducing the colourful picture on the coin.
The third is a number of items issued, which might be surprising for you – 1632 units. It is a reference to the date of the Paul Rubens’ masterpiece which shows a scene from New Testament – the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. This event preceded the Passion of Christ and His resurrection.
If you are searching for a rare coin, value of which will be dynamically increasing, there is no point in hesitating any longer. If you order the coin from the online numismatic shop, you can be sure that you buy the certified, original item.
The next part of the “Masterpieces of Art” series features the Christ’s entry into Jerusalem by Peter Paul Rubens
Easter edition of the the successful series
The most famous painting masterpieces of the world
14 inserted green Swarovski crystals!
The effigy of Queen Elizabeth II is featured on the obverse of the coin
Struck of 3oz / 93.3 grams of .999 pure silver to the proof quality
A mintage limited to only 1.632 pieces worldwide
The coin come in an elegant box. Certificate of Authenticity is included