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|Producer:||Mint of Poland (Mennica Polska)|
|Silver Fineness:||Ag 999/1000|
|Dimensions:||40 x 40 mm|
|Packaging:||gift box, certificate|
|Date of Issue:||2/2014|
|Our price:||€ 189,60 inc. of VAT|
A silver collector coin of the "Masterpieces of Renaissance" numismatic series presenting the most outstanding works of Renaissance painting
From now on one of the most renowned Renaissance masterpieces may be a ‘diamond’ crowning your collection.
The coin makes an exquisite and original gift for every occasion.
This unique piece of art enriched with masterful decorations and a multicolour image of Madonna will enrapture each lover of beauty.
The high collector and gift value of the coin is complemented by its elegant presentation case accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity which confirms its pedigree.
In the upper part of the coin – sophisticated ornaments embellished with selective gold plating. Below – a stylized piece of the Renaissance attic. On the left – an effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the mint mark (m/w) and face value (1 DOLLAR). Along the rim – inscriptions: NIUE ISLAND (the issuer), Ag 999 (the hallmark), ELIZABETH II, 2014 (the year of issue).
The reverse of the coin depicts a multicolour replica of the “Madonna of the Carnation”. On the right – ornaments characteristic for the Renaissance art. On both sides of the painting – inscriptions: MADONNA OF THE CARNATION / MADONNA Z GOŹDZIKIEM (the name of the coin in Polish and English).
"Madonna of the Carnation" is an oil painting by an Italian Renaissance artist, architect and engineer – Leonardo da Vinci. The masterpiece was created between 1472 and 1478 and is one of Leonardo’s earliest known paintings. The red carnation depicted in the painting is a symbol of pure and deep feeling of love that Mary bestowed upon Jesus. At present ”Madonna of the Carnation” is permanently exhibited at the Alte Pinakothek Museum in Munich, Germany.
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