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This collection includes five different pure silver historic car design coins featuring some of the most iconic cars dating from the earliest Motorwagen built in 1886 to the golden age of automobiles in the early 1930s. Each coin weighs just under one ounce of pure silver, and has a limited mintage of 15,000. This set includes the 1886 Benz Motorwagen, the 1912 Audi Alpensieger, the 1928 Auburn Speedster, the 1930 Bentley and the 1932 Duesenberg SJ.
• Each coin has a limited mintage of 15,000
• As pure silver coins, this collection is HST/GST exempt
• Each coin weighs just under one ounce of pure silver
• Each coin has a diameter or 40mm
• Each coin has a legal tender value of 10 Francs in the Democratic Republic of Congo
1886 Benz Patent-Motorwagen:
As the first vehicle powered by an internal combustion engine, the Benz Patent-Motorwagen, built by Carl Benz in 1886, is thought of as the world's first car. This fine silver coin is dated 2002.
1912 Audi Alpensieger C:
Introduced in 1912 by engineer and Audi founder, August Horch, the Type C was the third Audi model, officially known as Audi 14/35 hp. Available as a touring vehicle or a limousine, the vehicle's handling and performance made it popular with the German people, and it was a commercial success. This fine silver coin is dated 2002.
1928 Auburn Speedster 8-120:
Elegant and bold, everything about the Auburn Speedster 8-120 points to speed. And it was extremely fast—a Speedster with an optional high-compression cylinder head was clocked doing 108.5 mph at Daytona Beach. This fine silver coin is dated 2003.
Thanks to a group of seriously dedicated early British motoring enthusiasts, known as the Bentley Boys, North London's Bentley Motors Limited became well-known for its four consecutive victories at the 24 hours of Le Mans from 1927 to 1930. This fine silver coin is dated 2003.
1932 Duesenberg SJ:
The Model SJ—the supercharged version of the J—debuted in 1932, and originally featured a set of eight separate hard pipes. The car was designed to compete with the largest and most luxurious European cars of the era. This fine silver coin is dated 2003.
• Set of Five Pure Silver Coins: Historic Cars - Benz Motorwagen, Audi Alpensieger C, Auburn Speedster 8-120, Bentley & Duesenberg SJ