Product Description For Mozart Birth Silver Coin BVI 2006 Unc.:
This listing is for one UNCIRCULATED:
250TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF WOLFGANG MOZART.
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS.
LIMITED MINTAGE OF 25,000.
$10 LEGAL TENDER
2006 STERLING SILVER PROOF COIN UNCIRCULATED.
ENCASED IN CLEAR PLASTIC PROTECTIVE CAPSULE FROM MINT.
ACCOMPANIED BY CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY.
NEW IN ORIGINAL SPECIAL BOX FROM MINT.
The front shows a cameo of Mozart in the inner ring with piano keys in the outer ring. The surround reads: “250th ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF MOZART 10 DOLLARS”.
The back of the coin carries a fine effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Ian Rank Broadley FRBS FSNAD.
This coin is much larger than both USA quarter (24.26 mm in diameter) and USA half dollar (30.61 mm in diameter).
METAL 925 SILVER.
FACE VALUE $10.
WEIGHT 28.28 GMS.
ISSUE LIMIT 25,000.
Disclaimers For This Mozart Birth Silver Coin BVI 2006 Unc.:
FIRST, NOTE REFLECTIONS OF COA IN HIGHLY REFLECTIVE SILVER COIN.
NEXT, WE ENLARGED PHOTOS IN THIS LISTING TO SHOW DETAILS.
Also, pardon glare and reflections in photos.
Notably, look carefully at photos and you will see the camera lens reflected off the mirror-like surfaces of the coin!
Moreover, coin is silver and finely detailed.
IMPORTANTLY, COIN YOU RECEIVE MAY VARY SOMEWHAT FROM THAT SHOWN BUT WILL BE IN SAME GENERAL CONDITION.
FURTHERMORE, COIN AND CAPSULE MAY HAVE SUPERFICIAL SCRATCHES AND/OR MINOR WEAR OF FINISH AND/OR NICKS FROM WAY THESE WERE STACKED AT THE MINT.
IN ADDITION, COIN MAY HAVE MINOR SPOTTING AND/OR TONING AND/OR OXIDATION.
Background For Mozart:
On January 27th, 1756, Mozart was born in the city of Salzburg, Austria. Mozart’s musical ability became apparent by the time he reached three years old and intensive musical instruction in clavier, violin and Organ began in earnest directed by his father Leopold who was one of Europe’s leading musical teachers. In the early years of his childhood Mozart took several journeys throughout Europe, commencing in 1762 in Munich with an exhibition at the Court of the Elector of Bavaria and then in the same year at the Imperial Court in Vienna. Mozart visited Vienna in again in 1781 and chose to pursue his career there after its aristocracy took an interest in him and he made this his home until his death on 5th December 1791.
During his career Mozart became one of the most significant and popular composers of European classical music and some of his work is accredited as being masterpieces of operatic, symphonic, piano, choral and chamber, music and is still included in standard concert repertory all over the world.
This hard to find Mozart Silver Proof Coin makes a great collectible gift for yourself or someone you know.
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