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5 oz Silver Antique Round Mucha Collection (Ivy)

5 oz Silver Antique Round Mucha Collection (Ivy)

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This is the fifth of a six-round series featuring the artwork of the great Alphonse Mucha, father of the Art Nouveau period. This art was completed in 1901 and was produced for the dancer, Lygie.


Round Highlights:
  • Contains 5 oz of .999 fine Silver.
  • Individual rounds will come in a capsule along with a certificate of authenticity.
  • Rounds are numbered and come with the matching certificate.
  • Antique finish with a mintage of only 500 rounds.
  • Obverse: Features a profiled bust of a woman. Her hair is adorned and intertwined with ivy, while a single rosebud is placed on her chest. The background contains an arrow and flower motif.
  • Reverse: Depicts an image of artist and painter Alphonse Mucha.
  • Edge-marked with a unique mint number.


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World renowned artist and painter Alphonse Mucha was born in the Czech Republic in 1860. He started out studying in Munich and later moved to Paris to continue his studies. The "Mucha Style" became known as Art Nouveau which is French for new art. The Art Nouveau period was most famous from 1890 to 1910.

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