2022 2 oz Silver Mongolia Rosebud Egg Coins High Relief - Silver.com™
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2022 2 oz Silver Mongolia Rosebud Egg Coins (High Relief)

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In 1885, jeweler Peter Carl Fabergé presented Russian Tzar Alexander III with a beautiful decorative Easter egg. Alexander and his wife Maria Feodorovna were so enamored with the egg that it became a tradition for the Romanov family to receive a new Fabergé egg each year. One of the most beautiful of these eggs was the Rosebud, presented to Nicholas II in 1895. Right now, 2022 2 oz Silver Mongolia Rosebud Egg High Relief Coins are available to you for purchase online from Silver.com.

Coin Highlights:

  • · Coins ship to you in capsules with a themed display box!
  • · Brand-new release in the Faberge Egg series!
  • · Mintage limited to 888 coins only!
  • · Features smartminting® High Relief technology.
  • · Includes Certificate of Authenticity.
  • · Consists of 2 Troy oz of .999 fine silver.
  • · Issued a face value of 1000 Togrogs from the government of Mongolia.
  • · The obverse shows the Mongolia Bank emblem.
  • · On the reverse side is the Rosebud Egg.
  • · Proof specimen with partial gilding and colorization.

One of the exciting aspects of studying history is to see the actual artifacts that have survived from certain periods. These objects help solidify these time periods in our minds while also presenting us with fascinating aspects of previous cultures. A great example of this is the Faberge Eggs, which serve as a window into the world of the Russian Romanov Dynasty. These eggs are works of art in and of themselves, but they’re also emblems of the luxury and excess with which this family lived for over 300 years until the Russian Revolution of 1917.

When you purchase 2022 2 oz Mongolia Rosebud Egg Coins, you will receive a stunning proof specimen struck in High Relief with colorized and gilded elements. These historical coins would make for great gifts for anyone fascinated by this period in Russian history. Included with each coin is a themed presentation box and Certificate of Authenticity from the Mayer Mint.

The Bank of Mongolia emblem is featured on the obverse of 2022 2 oz Silver Rosebud Egg Coins. This design is shaped like a coin and sits atop a lotus bouquet. On both sides of this logo are Mongolian lettering. Below is the denomination of 1000 Togrogs, and along the edge are the coin’s hallmarks.

The Rosebud Egg is depicted on the reverse field of 2022 Silver Rosebud Egg Coins. This stunning recreation perfectly mimics the original and is even presented with its iconic gold and red colors. The backdrop consists of a decorative flower pattern. Across the top are the words Peter Carl Fabergé Rosebud Egg.

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Additional information

Weight 2.00000 oz

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Year:  2022

Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Purity:  .999

Diameter:  38.61 mm

Condition:  Proof High Relief

Face Value:  1,0000 Togrog

Issuing Country:  Mongolia

Edge Design:  Reeded

Packaging Type:  Presentation Packaging

Weight:  2 Troy Ounces

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