For those buying silver and hoping to find something unique, the Anonymous Mint has teamed up with The Mucha Foundation to bring some of Alphonse Mucha’s greatest works to life on the obverse face of a collection of silver rounds. Right now, the 5 oz Proof Silver Mucha Collection Champagne Round is available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you in a protective plastic capsule with Certificate of Authenticity.
- Fourth design of the new Mucha Collection from Anonymous Mint!
- Mintage limited to 500 rounds only!
- Contains 5 Troy oz of .999 fine silver.
- Designed by Julie Lindquist.
- Original art from Alphonse Mucha.
- Mucha’s portrait graces the Reverse.
- Obverse features the image of Champagne.
Each of the 5 oz Proof Silver Mucha Collection Champagne Rounds available here today feature a beautiful proof striking with a mirrored finish to the background. All rounds in the collection have edge lettering with individual serial numbers, which are reflected on the Certificate of Authenticity included in the purchase of every round.
The Mucha Collection is one of the most diverse silver round collections you’ll find on the market round now. The rounds are available with six different designs, all featuring the well-known Mucha Women. Each individual design is available on a 1 oz proof, 1 oz antique, 5 oz proof, 5 oz antique, 1 oz colorized proof, and 5 oz colorized proof. There’s something in this collection for everyone!
The reverse of each of the Mucha Collection Silver Rounds includes a portrait of the artist himself. Mucha was born in present-day Czech Republic, then the Austrian Empire, in 1860 and would launch his artistic career in 1895 with an ad sketch for a local playhouse.
On the obverse of the 5 oz Proof Silver Mucha Collection Champagne Round is the image of Champagne White Star. Her figure is that of a sensual blonde women wearing a pink dress that bares her shoulders. In her left hand she cradles a bowl of grapes, and grape vines erupt in the background to form a frame around her figure.
Champagne was used by a prominent client of Mucha’s in 1899 to launch a new line of lighter champagne. Her name at the time was Champagne White Star, and her figure was very alluring and included grapes as part of the advertisement.
Anonymous Mint is producing these silver rounds with the blessing of The Mucha Foundation. Julie Lindquist is behind the concept for the six-round program, with Italian Master Sculptor Luigi Badia rendering the images on dies for casting.
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