TSAR BELL Kolokol 3D Shape 4 Oz Silver Coin 10$ Niue 2017

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This 4 Oz Silver coin has an incredible and innovative design shaped in the world’s largest bell - the Tsar Bell, broken before installation during the 1737 Kremlin fire. The coin is full of details and has incredible reliefs. It has a Proof quality and comes in a colored case, along with the Certificate of Authenticity. Limited mintage to 999 pieces worldwide.

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Specifications
Country Niue
Year 2017
Face Value 10 Dollars
Metal Silver
Fineness (purity) 999/1000
Weight (g) 124.4 (4 oz)
Size (mm) 40 x 40 x 33
Quality Proof
Mintage (pcs) 999
Certificate (COA) Yes
Presentation case (box) Yes
 
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Tsar Bell
The Tsar Bell is located between the Ivan the Great Bell Tower and the Kremlin Wall. Made of bronze, the bell was broken during metal casting and has never been rung. The bell is currently the largest bell in the world, weighing 201,924 kilograms , with a height of 6.14 metres and diameter of 6.6 metres, and thickness of up to 61 centimetres. The broken piece weighs 11,500 kilograms. The bell is decorated with relief images of baroque angels, plants, oval medallions with saints, and nearly life-size images of Empress Anna and Tsar Alexey, who was reigning at the time the previous Tsar Bell was cast.

 
Design

The reverse of the coin is characterized by an incredible 3D Shaped Bell. Its surface has been adorned with relief images of baroque angels, saints and life-size effigies of Tsar Alexey and Empress Anna. The obverse of the coin (the inner side of the Bell) depicts the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. All around, the inscriptions: “ELIZABETH II” – the name of the Queen, “10 DOLLARS” – the face value, “Ag 999” – the fineness of the Silver, “2017” – the issue year, and “NIUE” – the issue country.

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