The Alphonse Mucha Collection of silver rounds from Anonymous Mint offer investors and collectors a wide variety of silver products to purchase. With six designs releases in total, there are two weights per design and three finishes for a truly diverse offering of silver. Right now, the 5 oz Proof Silver Colorized Mucha Collection Laurel Round is available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you in a protective plastic capsule with Certificate of Authenticity.
- Sixth and final design in the Mucha Collection of the Anonymous Mint!
- Mintage of colorized rounds is limited to 500 rounds!
- Consists of Five Troy ounces of .999 fine silver.
- Obverse features the design of Laurel.
- Reverse includes Mucha’s portrait.
- From coin creator Julie Lindquist.
- Dies designed by Luigi Badia.
Each 5 oz Proof Colorized Mucha Collection Laurel Silver Round features a mirrored, clear proof finish to the round with colorization added to the design features to bring them to life. Each round ships to you inside of a protective plastic capsule, and features an individually numbered Certificate of Authenticity. These rounds have edge lettering with a serial number that matches that found on the Certificate of Authenticity.
Laurel is the companion design to Ivy, also featured in the Silver Mucha Collection of rounds. The two pieces were created together in 1901, but when on to serve very different purposes in the world of advertising in the early 20th century. Laurel’s figure would go on to feature on the interior as a glass panel at a Parisian jewelry store.
On the obverse of the 1 oz Proof Colorized Laurel Silver Round you’ll find the left-profile portrait of Laurel. Her eyes are unique in a Mucha design, in that they’re set looking downward. Laurel’s profiled bust is displayed in this design with her eyes lowered, and ribbon and laurel leaves adorning her hair while a detailed mosaic halo serves as the background design theme.
The reverse of all Mucha Collection Silver Rounds include a front-facing portrait of Mucha. Taken from an actual photograph of the Czech artist, his picture is surrounded by engravings of his name, years of birth and death, and the round’s weight, purity, and metal content.
Anonymous Mint worked with coin creator Julie Lindquist on the designs used in the Mucha Collection, with Italian Master Sculptor Luigi Badia engraving those designs onto dies for striking. The Mucha Foundation, which catalogs and preserves Mucha’s works, authorized this release of six designs.
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