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- Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- Fourth release in an APMEXclusive® series.
- Limited mintage of 10,000 coins worldwide.
- Individual coins packaged in TEP, delivered in an enhanced BU satin finish.
- Obverse: Displays Albert Einstein looking thoughtful with his hands folded at the viewer. His signature and the game-changing physics formula E=mc2 are shown beneath him and behind him are different planets and a grid-like design that mimics the shape of a black hole.
- Reverse: Showcases a lovely muse with an outstretched hand pointing toward the sun and her other touching the Niue nation’s seal. The year and denomination are also shown.
- Coin designs created by famed coin designer Joel Iskowitz.
Display your Silver BU coin in a leatherette display box, made perfectly to fit the tamper-evident packaging of your Icons of Inspiration BU TEP coin.
Add the fourth installment of this popular series to your collection today with the 2022 Niue 1 oz Silver Albert Einstein in TEP!
Icons of Inspiration: Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein, regarded as one of the most important physicists in history, is featured in the fourth Icons of Inspiration installment. He is best known for first predicting the existence of black holes, developing the theory of relativity, and making essential contributions to the development of the theory of quantum mechanics through his explanation of the photoelectric effect and postulation of light quanta. His theories on physics, including relativity and quantum theory, had a huge influence on both science and philosophy. In 1921, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for his work in theoretical physics.
Because of his pacifistic nature and Jewish background, the German-born scientist opposed Adolf Hitler. He and other prominent scientists signed a letter to President Franklin D. Roosevelt in which they alerted him to the fact that the Germans were developing nuclear weapons, urging him to begin research on them as well. But he hotly contested the idea of utilizing nuclear weapons in battle, even though he was afraid the Nazis would do so if they had them.
His intellect, inquisitiveness, humor and humanity for others are all testimonies to his legacy. The fields of science and mathematics wouldn't be where they are today if it weren't for his contributions.
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