There’s an exciting new series of silver rounds available from the Anonymous Mint. Featuring six designs in total, two weights and two finishes per weight, each new round design will arrive on the market in four options for every investor and collection. Today, the works of Alphonse Mucha are on display on the 1 oz Antique Silver Mucha Collection Job Round, available to you online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you in a protective plastic capsule with Certificate of Authenticity.
- First release in the Mucha Collection!
- Mintage limited to 2,000 rounds only!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- Designed by Julie Lindquist.
- Antique finish.
- Mucha’s image of Job on the obverse.
- Alphonse Mucha’s portrait of himself on the reverse.
The all-new Mucha Collection of silver rounds from Anonymous Mint celebrates six of his greatest works, and starts with arguably one of his best in the form of Job. Mucha completed the design of Job in 1896, and it went on to become one of the most famous advertising posters of its day in Europe.
Job became Mucha’s best-known work because of her use on numerous advertising posters. The image is now the trademark of the Joseph Bardou Company, which manufactures cigarette paper. In the design, you’ll notice JOB holds a lit cigarette in her right hand as the plume of smoke from it drifts around her figure.
These silver rounds from Anonymous Mint include a brilliant, proprietary antique treatment. This gives the rounds added depth to the design features, while also providing a soft warmth to the overall appearance of the round itself. Each 1 oz Antique Silver Mucha Collection Job Round is available as a brand-new product, with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
The reverse of all 1 oz Antique Silver Mucha Collection Rounds includes a portrait of Mucha himself. Along with his portrait are engravings of his name, the round’s weight, purity, and metal content, and the birth and death years for the famed artist.
On the obverse of the 1 oz Antique Silver Job Round is the image of Job. Mucha became well known for his artwork featuring beautiful women, many with long, flowing hair. What was originally considered the “Mucha Style” of design, using beautiful women in alluring poses, became known as the cornerstone of art nouveau.
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