Set of three silver bullion coins - Czech Lion 2024, Wiener Philharmoniker, Maple Leaf stand

Set of three silver bullion coins - Czech Lion 2024, Wiener Philharmoniker, Maple Leaf stand

Stock state
Now unavailable
Mintage
300 pcs
Estimated price
3,290 CZK
including VAT

Czech Lion 2024

This set is designed exclusively for saving in silver. Learn more about saving with the Czech Mint at www.ceskamincovna.cz/zlate-sporeni.

The world's major banks and mints boast their own bullion coins. As their name suggests, rather than collectors and numismatists, they primarily attract investors who know that a well-thought-out portfolio cannot do without precious metals - for example, pure silver in the form of three coins weighing one troy ounce.

Global issuers choose easily recognisable national motifs for their bullion coins. The theme of the Austrian coin "Wiener Philharmoniker" is one of the world's most renowned classical music symphony orchestras. The Canadian "Maple Leaf" bears the official national emblem in the form of a maple leaf. And what about the Czech Republic? The Czech Republic does not yet have its own bullion coins, so the Czech Mint has created the "Czech Lion" - its own bullion coin issued with an international licence independently of the Czech National Bank and dominated by the national symbol of a two-tailed beast.

The troy ounce takes its name not from the mythical city of Troy, known from ancient Greek legends, but from the French city of Troyes [trua]. The city on the Seine has always been a centre of trade, and precious metals - gold and silver - in units equivalent to the troy ounce were exchanged there in the Middle Ages. It did not take long for this standardised weight to spread around the world - for example, English merchants were operating in Troyes in the 9th century AD. One troy ounce, which can be converted to 31.1034768 grams, is still the worldwide unit of measurement in the international precious metals trade today.

The investment set consists of three one-ounce silver coins produced by the Austrian Mint Münze Österreich (Wiener Philharmoniker - nominal value EUR 1.5), the Royal Canadian Mint (Maple Leaf - nominal value CAD 5) and the Czech Mint (Czech Leu - nominal value NZD 2) - as the coins of the Czech Mint are issued with the foreign licence of the island of Niue, their obverse side bears the necessary attributes of this issuer, which are the portrait of King Charles III. and the nominal values in New Zealand dollars).

Invest smartly and in style! We also offer other variants of bullion coins made of silver and gold. This allows you to easily control how much money you invest into precious metals.

Specifications

Collectors set
Code
76611-750
Issuer
Niue
Nominal value
1,5 EUR/ 5 CAD/ 2 NZD
Author of the obverse
Asamat Baltaev, DiS.
Author of the reverse
Asamat Baltaev, DiS.
Numbered issue
No
Certificate
No
Material
Silver
Fineness
999 / 1000
Weight
93.3 g
Packaging
PE kapsička na 3ks
Capsule
Yes
Czech Mint
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