This breathtaking silver coin celebrates The ‘Tutankhamun’s Tomb 1922’ 100th anniversary coin and it is the 8th issue in the ‘Archeology & Symbolism’ series. Tutankhamun’s tomb was discovered in 1922 by Howard Carter in the Valley of the Kings located in Egypt. The tomb is renowned for the number of valuable antiquities it contained. Tutankhamun’s tomb has been raided at least twice since his mummification; this is indicated by the outermost doors of the tomb being unsealed.
- Heavy 3 oz. silver coin
- Ultra high relief Smartminting©️ technology on 65mm
- Extremely Low mintage of 333 pcs. worldwide
- A great gift idea for an ancient civilizations enthusiast
The reverse of the coin depicts the Tutankhamun’s Mask in ultra high relief in the middle. Around the mask are the various hieroglyphs from the walls of Tutankhamun’s Tomb. There are also sculptures which are paintings of the walls turned into 3D. On the edge are the inscriptions: “Tutankhamun’s Tomb 1922” (the name) and “2022” (the year of issue). 1922 is the year of the Tomb’s discovery. It has ultra-high relief and interesting small details all found in the tomb.
The obverse side of the coin depicts the Coat of Arms of the Cook Island in a special appearance with the inscriptions: “ELIZABETH II” (name of the Queen), “COOK ISLANDS” (the issuing country), “ARCHEOLOGY & SYMBOLISM” (the name of the series) and “20 DOLLARS” (the face value)..
|Weight (g)||3 oz. (93.3g)|
|Presentation case (box)||Yes|
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