The silver coins for sale from the Pressburg Mint issued on behalf of Tokelau are available in a number of collections. From the Chronos and Terra Series to the Icon Series, the silver coins from Pressburg are impressive options that come with limited mintages. Right now, 2021 1 oz Silver Tokelau Icon Coins are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you inside protective plastic capsules!
- Second issue of Silver Tokelau Icon Series coins!
- Mintage limited to 30,000 coins only!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .9999 fine silver.
- Bears a face value of $5 (NZD) backed by Tokelau.
- The obverse features Queen Elizabeth II.
- On the reverse is an effigy of Mona Lisa with the word ICON included.
- Proof-like specimens.
Each of the 2021 1 oz Silver Tokelau Icon Coins available in this listing come with individual packaging. The coins are housed inside protective plastic capsules to protect the proof-like visuals. These specimens have frosted, matte designs over mirror-like fields.
The Icon Series from the Pressburg Mint debuted in 2020 with .999 fine silver blanks and an effigy of Diana on the reverse. For the 2021 release, the second image in the collection is that of Mona Lisa. In addition to a new design, the series now offers .9999 fine silver blanks. Mona Lisa is one of the most famous designs of the Renaissance and was created by Italian artist Leonard da Vinci.
The obverse of 2021 Silver Tokelau Icon Coins comes with a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. The longest-reigning monarch in the history of England, Her Majesty has been on the throne since 1952 and this portrait is the fourth-generation design to feature during her reign. Created in 1998 by Ian Rank-Broadley, the effigy shows the Queen with the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara.
On the reverse side of the 2021 1 oz Silver Icon Coin from the Pressburg Mint, the effigy of Mona Lisa is featured. The half-length portrait of a woman with a slight smile was created by da Vinci sometime between 1503 and 1506. Despite that estimated time range, some believe that he may have continued working on it as much as a decade later in 1517.
The painting of Mona Lisa is currently property of the French Republic and is on permanent display in the Louvre in Paris. The painting has hung there since 1797. The Mona Lisa was acquired by King Francis I of France who reigned from 1515 to 1547.
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