2012 Home of The Waltz 5 Euro Silver Coin - Special Uncirculated

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Product Description

Considered one of the most important developments in the history of dancing, the Viennese Waltz is still very much alive and well today more than 200 years after its advent. Showing the shields of the nine federal provinces of Austria on its reverse, the coin is struck to a maximum mintage of 50,000 pieces in Special Uncirculated quality with an asw of .2058.

Though it may seem very tame by today’s standards, back in the second half of the 18th century when it developed from Austrian folk dance into the first ever dance performed in the “closed hold” position – as shown on the coin’s reverse – the Viennese Waltz was the subject of great controversy. Nevertheless, the Waltz craze spread quickly around Europe and huge dance halls that could hold thousands of dancers at a time were constructed. With 150 official public balls listed in the ball calendar in the first three months of each year in Vienna alone, not to mention the recent renaissance in ballroom dancing around the globe, it is a craze that shows little sign of waning.

Although the German blister pack version of this superb collector coin sold out in a matter of days, a small number of coins are still available in English blister packs. Order yours now to avoid disappointment.

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Product Specifications

Product ID: 78707
Year: 2012
Grade: Special Uncirculated
Denomination: 5 Euro
Diameter: 28.50 mm
Thickness: na mm

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