Austrian Mint Unsung Heroines Collector Case

Austrian Mint Unsung Heroines Collector Case

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Made of solid oak from Austria, this ingenious collector "tower" comes in a dark red protective box. The tower is divided into five separate discs, each with a recess that houses and protects one of the five coins in the Austria’s Unsung Heroines series.

The discs can be fanned out so that collectors can proudly display all their coins at the same time. Cleverly designed and beautifully finished, this superb collector case perfectly complements this most commendable of coin series.

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  • This coin display case easily stores the five coins in Unsung Heroines series.
  • Coins and certificates of authenticity are not included.

Protect your product from fingerprints by adding these cotton gloves to your order.

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About Unsung Heroines
Back then, studying at university was the exception rather than the rule for women, as was the unbiased assessment of their work. The stories of how these five remarkable women managed to excel in environments that were still the preserve of men are often moving and show just how much strength of character, tenacity and self-belief were needed for talented women to accomplish their goals in very challenging circumstances.

Tina Blau, born in Vienna in 1845, was drawn to painting as a child. In those days, aspiring female painters had to rely on private lessons as there were no official training opportunities for them, but she was fortunate to have a highly supportive father.

In 1883, she moved to Munich, where she taught at the Women Artists’ Association. Her first major exhibition was held there in 1890; she later exhibited her work at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893 and her work was presented at many subsequent international exhibitions. In 1897, she helped found the Wiener Frauenakademie, an art school for women in Vienna, where she taught until 1915. A truly modern painter and thinker, Tina Blau was a courageous and independent personality who had a profound effect on the next generations of women artists. She died in the Austrian capital in 1916.

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