NUMISMATIC TREASURES (2019) HOUSE OF HABSBURG SILVER COINID92897045
€55.00 (Taxes not incl.)
Under the denomination 'Numismatic Jewels', in 2008 a new series of collector coins was created whose main motive is the reproduction of singular pieces of Hispanic numismatics.
The IX issue of the series "Numismatic Jewels" is dedicated to mintings of the House of Habsburg.
This gold coin reproduces the obverse and reverse of a piece of eight Reales by Philip III (Philip II of Aragon), minted in 1611.
|Face Value (Euro)||10|
|Maximum Mintage (units)||5,000|
Numismatic Jewels IX (2019) House of Austria 10 Euro
Under the name 'Numismatic Jewellery', a new series of collector coins was launched in 2008, the main motif of which is the reproduction of singular pieces of Hispanic numismatics.
The 9th issue of the series "Numismatic Jewels" is dedicated to mintings by the House of Habsburg
Description of the coin
On the obverse, in the centre of the coin and within a circle, the obverse of a piece of eight Reales by Philip III, minted in 1611, is reproduced. Outside the central circle, the data referring to this collector coin appear: on the left, the mint mark and, above it, in an ascending circular direction and in capital letters, the legend SPAIN 2019; below the mint mark, in a descending circular direction and in capital letters, the value of the piece, 10 EURO. A pearl milling surrounds all motifs and legends.
On the back of the coin, occupying the entire space of the coin, is reproduced the back of the piece of eight Reales of Philip III of 1611.