2012 1 Kilo (32.15 oz) Silver Armenia 10000 Drams Noah’s Ark Coin

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Low mintage of 2,449 pieces! The obverse of the Noah’s Ark coin displays the coat of arms of the Republic of Armenia along with the value of “10,000 DRAM” and the issuing year beneath it. The weight “1 kg” and “Ag .999” are noted along the right and the hallmark LEV of the Leipziger Edelmetall Verarbeitung (Leipzig Precious Metals Factory) is on the left, all of this in encircled with the words “REPUBLIC OF ARMENIA” in both Armenian and English.

The reverse of the Noah’s Ark coin was designed by Eduard Kurghinyan and displays a dove in flight with an olive branch and Noah’s Ark floating on the flood waters in front of the mountain Ararat and the rising sun.

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Product Specifications

Product ID: 67398
Year: 2012
Grade: Brilliant Uncirculated
Denomination: 10,000 Dram
Diameter: 100 mm
Thickness: 14 mm


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I absolutely love the ...

By Michael

from NY

Comments about 2012 1 Kilo (32.15 oz) Silver Armenia 10000 Drams Noah?s Ark Coin:

I absolutely love the coin itself! In beautiful condition. Seems more like a proof coin. Its like a mirror. The only thing I did not love is that it came in its capsule. I was hoping Apmex would put it in a clamshell, even though its not advertised that way. Would have been a nice touch. To me this coin is as striking as a Britannia, with a much lower premium.

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