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This innovative and fascinating large $25 open cube shaped coin presents 12 different surface designs and features Masterpieces of Leonardo da Vinci. The coin weighs 6.5 ounces of fine silver, and has a large size of 45 mm cubed. The exceptional detailing includes a decorative gold plated frame around each image, and an antique finish over the full coin. The coin is housed in a double-sided presentation box which includes an acrylic stand. This is an extremely complicated coin to produce, and the mintage is limited to just 500 coins worldwide. The coin is legal tender in Niue, and includes an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II.
• Design: this open-sided cube coin features various Masterpieces of Leonardo da Vinci on each side of the cube
• GST/HST exempt
• Mintage: 500
• Weight(g): 202.173 (6.5 ounces)
• Size (mm) 45.00 x 45.00 x 45.00
Inside of Cube:
• Vitruvian Man
• The Last Supper
• Portrait of a Man in Red Chalk (thought to be a self-portrait)
Outside of Cube:
• Mona Lisa
• Aerial Screw
• Gran Cavallo
• Lady with an Ermine
Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) was one of the most acclaimed artists of the Renaissance, and was most famous for the way he used light in his paintings. Not only was he a painter but also an architect, inventor and passionate of all things scientific. Largely self-educated, he filled dozens of notebooks with sketches of many inventions, observations and theories on anatomy and aeronautics, however many of these concepts were difficult to interpret. As a result, although known as a truly great artist, many of his fellow artists did not fully appreciate his genius, which was a combination of his imagination, intellect and artistry that allowed him to create inventions such as the helicopter, bicycle, and airplane based on the flying capabilities of a bat (at least what he put onto paper.)
• $25 Fine Silver 2015 Cube Coin — Leonardo da Vinci