The all-new Mucha Collection from Anonymous Mint was developed by Julie Lindquist, engraved by Italian master sculptor Luigi Badia, and reviving the works of Alphonse Mucha with the permission of the Mucha Foundation. Mucha was alive from 1860 to 1939, and active as an artist from 1895 until his death. Today, the 5 oz Proof Colorized Silver Mucha Collection Job Round is available to you online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you in a protective plastic capsule with Certificate of Authenticity.
- First design release of the Mucha Collection from Anonymous Mint.
- Mintage limited to 500 rounds only!
- Consists of Five Troy ounces of .999 fine silver.
- Design from Julie Lindquist.
- Mirrored-proof finish.
- Reverse includes Alphonse Mucha’s portrait.
- Obverse depicts his famous ad poster of Job.
- Colorized finish to design work!
Alphonse Mucha was born in the Moravia region of what was then the Austrian Empire, but today is in the Czech Republic. Mucha shot to fame following the design of an advertising poster for a play, and has created a number of other works including wallpaper, jewelry, book illustrations, and postage stamps.
Each of the 5 oz Proof Mucha Collection Job Silver Rounds from Anonymous Mint arrives with a mirrored-proof finish that has beautiful background fields that are clear and reflective. The rounds all have edge lettering that depicts their individual serial number, and is reflected on the included Certificate of Authenticity.
These colorized silver rounds have the added beauty of soft, gentle colorization in the Job design. For the colorized version of the 5 oz Proof Job Round, a brilliant addition to an already stunning collection of rounds celebrates one of Mucha’s greatest works from his career. You’ll notice this touch adds soft, subtle highlights to the Job design.
The obverse of the 5 oz Proof Colorized Silver Mucha Collection Job Round includes the iconic image of his first beautiful woman, Job. Known also as the “Mucha Woman,” Job was one of his many works featuring beautiful women with long, flowing hair. Job first appeared on an advertising poster in 1896.
On the reverse of all Silver Mucha Collection Rounds is a portrait of Mucha. Taken from one in which he’s seated in a chair, the portrait is fixed on his face and includes engravings of his name, birth and death years, and the round’s weight, purity, and metal content. Mucha was also involved with the fledgling government of Czechoslovakia following World War I, designing postage stamps and banknotes for the new nation.
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