|Mint Mark:||Not Shown|
|Metal Content:||0.59 troy oz|
Mintage of only 2,500 coins!
The Seymchan meteorite was found in 1967 in the dry bed of the Hekandue river near the settlement of Seymchan in Eastern Siberia, Russia. Now is your chance to have a small piece of this meteorite.
This .925 fine Silver coin depicts the meteorite splashing into the Hekandue River. The design is in vivid color and also features an insert of a piece of the Seymchan meteorite.
Today, the main mass of this meteorite is in the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow. This amazing coin comes in unique packaging and with a certificate of authenticity.