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Is it a phantom? An illusion? Sometimes we hardly believe our own eyes. The Swiss artist Sandro del Prete is a master craftsman in the optical illusion drawing style which he calls illusorism. One of his riddle images is the figure of Don Quixote from the famous novel by Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1616).
What do you see under the big helmet on this .925 Silver proof coin? Is it Don Quixote on his horse Rosinante, followed by his squire Sancho Panza? Or do you see the face of the "The Knight" of the sorrowful countenance? On the obverse are the coat of arms of Palau and $5 denomination. This coin comes to you in a beautiful wood box and includes a certificate of authenticity from the Republic of Palau.
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