Korea 2013 Hologram Silver 5 Won Lunar Year of the Snake - Lilith

Korea 2013 Hologram Silver 5 Won Lunar Year of the Snake - Lilith

Product Details

Mintage of only 1,000 coins!
This is the first zodiac coin with an original 3D True-color Holography shim embedded. This .999 Silver coin depicts the painting 'Lilith' by John Collier. The obverse depicts the Republic of Korea State Coat of Arms, the face value and the weight. Each Silver coin is encapsulated and presented in a box with a certificate of authenticity.


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Specifications

Product ID: 74911
Year: 2013
Grade: Proof
Grade Service: None
Denomination: 5 Won
Mint Mark: None
Metal Content: 0.643 troy oz
Purity: .999
Manufacturer: N/A
Thickness: 2.0 mm
Diameter: 38.61 mm

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Korea 2013 Hologram Silver 5 Won Lunar Year of the Snake - Lilith
 
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4.0

Nice effect

By Platinum Squid

from Albuquerque, NM

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Collectible (lower mintage)
  • Easy to Sell

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      Comments about Korea 2013 Hologram Silver 5 Won Lunar Year of the Snake - Lilith:

      Here is a unique coin with a holographic shim embedded. At first I was a bit underwhelmed. Some of the newer hologram coins are easier to see the effect on. But when I turned this one the right way in the right light the effect was clear and pronounced, very cool. Of note, this painting of Lillith (the first woman before Eve) has been docotored from Collier's original, where she is bare breasted. Maybe to make it more consumer friendly, or maybe just North Korean censors showing their handywork. Also odd is why would a North Korean coin have English writing on it?

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