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Commemorative coin "Uranus"

(fineness of silver: 925)
10 BYN
Weight coin:
10 g
9,25 g
"proof", with pad-printed elements
32.00 mm
up to 11,111 pcs
Нет в наличии
Put into circulation on: 17th May, 2012


The coin has the shape of a circle, on the front and back sides there is a rim along the circumference. The edge of the coin is plain.


In the center - an ancient sculpture of Atlas holding planet Earth on his shoulders against a stylized image of the fragment of the solar system with a circle inscription in Latin therein: SYSTEM SOLARE; at the top - a relief image of the State Emblem of the Republic of Belarus and cirle inscription: "РЭСПУБЛIКА БЕЛАРУСЬ" (THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUS); on the left-hand side along the rim - the denomination: "ДЗЕСЯЦЬ РУБЛЁЎ" (TEN ROUBLES); on the right-hand side along the rim - the year of coinage, alloy standard and the trademark of the Mint of Poland PLC. 


In the center - an image of Uranus planet made by pad-printing; in the right-hand side below - the astronomical symbol of Uranus planet; in the left-hand side - an inscription in Latin: URANUS. The stylized image of the heliocentric model of the universe is used as a background. 

obverse: U. Valejak (Poland)
reverse: U. Valejak (Poland)
The Mint of Poland PLC., Warsaw, Poland
Analog series
Commemorative coin "The Sun"
Silver (fineness of silver: 925) (fineness of gold: 999)
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Набор из пяти монет Беларуси "Православные Святые"

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