The Anonymous Mint is well known for the production of diverse, and unique, silver round collections. One of their latest is the Mucha Collection of rounds featuring beautiful imagery from the artistic career of Alphonse Mucha. Right now, the 1 oz Proof Colorized Silver Mucha Collection Ivy Round is available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you in a protective plastic capsule with Certificate of Authenticity.
- Fifth design in the Mucha Collection!
- Availability of colorized silver rounds is limited!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- Obverse features the image of Ivy.
- Reverse depicts Alphonse Mucha.
- From coin creator Julie Lindquist.
- Die engravings from Luigi Badia.
Each of the 1 oz Proof Colorized Silver Mucha Collection Ivy Rounds arrives inside of a protective plastic capsule, and includes a numbered Certificate of Authenticity. These rounds have edge lettering with their individual serial numbers, which match the COA included with purchase.
Additionally, the Colorized Silver Rounds in the Mucha Collection have clear, mirrored backgrounds with real-life colorization added to the design sets. The colorization brings to life the original design concepts of Mucha.
Ivy and Laurel are two of the six designs planned for release in the Mucha Collection from Anonymous Mint. Both pieces of poster art were created by Alphonse Mucha, and are the only images used in this collection that are connected to one another by a means other than this silver round collection.
On the obverse of all 1 oz Proof Colorized Silver Mucha Collection Ivy Rounds is the image of a woman’s portrait in right-profile relief. Ivy was created by Mucha in 1901 for the famed dancer Lygie. Ivy was one of two designs he created for Lygie, and it is widely believed that he actually used Lygie as the inspiration for his image of Ivy. She is featured with an arrows-and-flowers background motif and ivy intertwined in her hair.
The reverse of all Mucha Collection Silver Rounds includes a headshot portrait of Mucha taken from a real-life photograph of the Czech artist during the height of his works in the Art Nouveau period, from 1890 to 1910. Engravings include his name, year of birth and death, and the round’s weight, purity, and metal content.
All rounds in this collection are from Anonymous Mint, which has the approval of the Mucha Foundation to reproduce his brilliant works through coin creator Julie Lindquist and Italian Master Sculptor Luigi Badia.
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