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2013 Queen Nefertiti Silver Proof Coin $5 Cook Islands **in Hand Usa Canada** For Sale
2013 Nefertiti Silver Proof Coin
$5 Cook Islands Legal Tender
Solid Sterling Silver
2013 NefertitiSilver Proof Coin. Followup in the series to the 2012 King Tut coin (see my other sales if you need both). Coin is encapsulated in Mint issued capsule with COA.Paypal Only and payment must be made immediately after sale completes.
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About the Coin:
Country : Cook Islands Year : 2013 Face value : 5 Dollars Metal : Silver .925 partially coloured Weight : 20 g Size : 38,61 mm Quality : Proof Mintage : Just 2.500 worldwide. Certificate of Authenticity : Yes
Serie : History of Egypt, second silver coin issue year 2013 (First Issue is Pharaoh Tutankhamun year 2012). Name : Nefertiti
Nefertiti, whose bust is displayed in the Egyptian Museum in Berlin, is considered to be one of the most beautiful, mysterious and famous Queens of Ancient Egypt. Who was the mysterious beauty? Queen Nefertiti’s bust is one of the most famous art treasures of Ancient Egypt and is considered to be a masterpiece of sculpturing. It was made during the reign of Pharaoh Echnaton around the year 1340 B.C. During excavations in the studio of the sculptor Thutmosis on December 6th, 1912 in Armarna, the German Egyptologist Ludwig Borchardt discovered Nerfertitis bust. The Berlin cotton merchant James Simon financed the excavation. In January 1913, with the approval of the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquitiy, the bust was brought to Germany. Today it is the main attraction of the Egyptian Museum in Berlin. So far, in comparison to other portraits or relief representations of Queen Nefertiti, the bust is the only object in which the left eye is missing. Its value has been estimated to be 300 million Euros by an insurance company. With this coin we want to familiarize you with one of the most famous art treasures of Ancient Egypt. Nefertiti’s bust is considered to be a masterpiece of sculpture.
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2013 Queen Nefertiti Silver Proof Coin $5 Cook Islands **in Hand Usa Canada**: $65