2018 BVI 2-Coin Silver Pegasus Proof/Reverse Frosted Set
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This striking APMEXclusive® set contains two 2018 Silver Pegasus coins in both Proof and Reverse Frosted finishes. The Proof Pegasus is only available in this limited-edition set, giving it a mintage of 300 coins worldwide.
The second release in this impressive series depicts Pegasus rearing up with his impressive wings spread.
- Each coin contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver for a total Silver weight of 2 oz.
- Comes housed in a wooden box along with a certificate of authenticity.
- Extremely limited mintage of 300 sets of the APMEXclusive® 1 oz Silver Proof Pegasus produced worldwide.
- Obverse: Displays the right-facing profile of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, along with the year.
- Reverse: Features Pegasus, the mythical horse, rearing up with his wings spread.
- Sovereign coins backed by the British Virgin Islands government.
This breathtaking 2-coin Proof/Reverse Frosted Silver Pegasus set is a popular choice because of its attractive design and limited availability. Add this 2018 2-coin Proof/Reverse Frosted Silver Pegasus set to your cart today!
Pegasus is one of the best-known creatures in Greek mythology. This winged horse is usually depicted as white in color and was always considered a good-hearted and gentle animal. Throughout his life, Pegasus remained a mysterious creature that symbolized divine inspiration or the journey to heaven. As a reward for his service and loyalty, Zeus honored him with a special immortality, turning him into a constellation on the last day of his life.
The story of Pegasus begins when Perseus is sent to kill one of the three Gorgons, Medusa who had writhing snakes instead of hair. It was said that anyone unfortunate enough to gaze on her face would turn to stone. The God Hermes and the Goddess Athena came to aid Perseus with special gifts, including a shield which Perseus used as a mirror so he did not look directly at Medusa. When Perseus beheaded Medusa it is said that Pegasus was born from the blood of the Gorgon. Many wanted to capture Pegasus but no one could work out how to tame such a magnificent creature.
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