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2021 5 oz Silver Croatia Dalmatian Dog Coins

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The Dalmatian dog breed is one of the most instantly identifiable in the world and the subject of the first colorized coin ever released by the Croatian Mint. Created in collaboration with the Croatian National Bank, the 2021 5 oz Silver Colorized Croatia Dalmatian Dog Coin is the first issue in the “Autochthonous Croatia” series, now available from Silver.com.

Coin Highlights:

  • Arrives in box packaging with a Certificate of Authenticity!
  • Issued in 2021, the Croatian Mint’s first colorized coin!
  • Limited mintage of only 500 coins worldwide!
  • Contains 5 oz of .999 Fine Silver.
  • Face value of 20 kuna issued by the Republic of Croatia.
  • Obverse side features a colorized portrait of a Dalmatian dog.
  • Reverse side features a pair of Dalmatian dogs.

The 2021 Silver Colorized Croatia Dalmatian Dog Coin’s artwork and design are shown to advantage by its brilliant uncirculated finish, with five full ounces of silver making it a must-have for investors as well as collectors. Silver.com ships this item to you, fully insured against loss or damage, in a luxury box package with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the governor of the Croatian National Bank.

The coin commemorates the famous Dalmatian dog breed, which was confirmed in 1994 by the International Cynological Federation as a native breed of Croatia going back to the 16th century. The Dalmatian’s popularity first exploded in Europe as a dog particularly suited to working with horses, and its fame crossed the Atlantic to the New World when firefighters — who at the time were using horse-drawn carriages — discovered the breed’s alertness, speed and stamina, and companionable nature. To this day they retain an association with firehouses and are a generally popular breed around the world.

Noted sculptor Nikola Vudrag created the colorized profile portrait of a Dalmatian dog that graces the coin’s obverse side, with its signature spots replicating the outlines of Croatian islands. A partial map of the nation’s mainland and a sea wave pattern form the backdrop, along with a coat of arms and the inscriptions “20 kuna” (in Cyrillic) and “Republika Hrvatska.”

The reverse features a pair of Dalmatian dogs in sitting and standing poses that emphasize their graceful lines. They’re accompanied by the inscriptions “2021” and the Croatian and Latin names for the breed, “Dalmatinski Pas” and “Canis Dalmaticus.”

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Weight 5.00000 oz

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Brand: Croatian Mint

Year: 2021

Mint Mark: Not Shown

Purity: .999

Manufacturer: Croatian Mint

Diameter: 60 mm

Condition: Uncirculated

Face Value: 20 Kuna

Issuing Country: Croatia

Reverse Designer: Nikola Vurdrag

Edge Design: Reeded

Mintage: 500

Packaging Type: Presentation Packaging

Weight: 5 Troy Ounces

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