2019 Tokelau 1 oz Silver $5 Equilibrium Butterfly (Prooflike)

2019 Tokelau 1 oz Silver $5 Equilibrium Butterfly (Prooflike)

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The second issue of the Equilibrium Series acknowledges the importance of responsible use of the power of gene editing in order to safeguard the balance between technological achievements and natural genetic code.

Coin Highlights:

  • Limited mintage of 10,000.
  • Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
  • Second release of "Equilibrium" series.
  • Coins will be in Premium Uncirculated bullion condition and delivered in a protective capsule.
  • Obverse: Stylized butterfly featuring yin-yang symbol depicting the harmony between technological achievements and natural generic code. Date and "EQUILIBRIUM" surrounding..
  • Reverse: Features the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II within a circle. Ornaments to stylize the Nucleic acid double helix surrounding.
  • Struck by the Pressburg Mint, Slovakia on LBMA certified blanks provided by SEMPSA JP, part of the Heimerle + Meule Group.

Protect your Silver in storage from the adverse effects of moisture in the air by adding these silica gel packets to your order.

Add the second release of the Pressburg Mint's 'Equilibrium' series to your collection today!

The Equilibrium series will feature changing designs every year, all pointing out the need for harmony. The first release focuses on the need for harmony between nature and technology.

The Pressburg Mint, also named Bratislavska Mincovna is based in Bratislava, Slovakia and revives the traditional history of the old mint of the country.

Scientists around the world are already using gene editing to treat disease, modify plants and animals, and even create designer babies. These techniques have the potential to revolutionize and medicine, end starvation, save endangered species or just change the color of a butterfly wing. It holds great promise, but also poses a great danger of irreversible harms to the health of future generations, opens doors to new forms of social inequality, discrimination and conflict. Recently, genetic engineering techniques have been used for human germline modification.

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