2023 $10 Historic Instruments Astrolabe 2oz Silver Coin

Original price was: $399.00.Current price is: $299.00.

Coin Specifications

Year 2023
Denomination $10
Country Cook Islands
Max Mintage 1,500
Finish Antiqued
Primary Material Silver .999
Primary Material Weight 2oz
Coin Dimensions (mm) 45.00

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Embark on a Celestial Voyage

Discover the wonders of ancient astronomical science with the 2023 $10 Historic Instruments Astrolabe 2oz Silver Coin . This exquisite coin celebrates the astrolabe, a crucial instrument in astronomy, navigation, and astrology since the 6th century AD. Revered for its ability to track celestial bodies and navigate the seas, the astrolabe is a symbol of human curiosity and exploration.

Intricate Design and Fine Craftsmanship

Meticulously crafted from .999 fine silver, this coin reflects the astrolabe’s intricate workings and its historical importance. The antique finish enhances its authentic look, transporting you to the age of exploration and celestial discovery. With a 45 mm diameter, it beautifully showcases the detailed artistry and precision involved in its creation.

Limited Edition Collectible

Rarity : Limited mintage of only 1,500, making it a prized possession for collectors.
Smartminting® Technology : Utilises advanced smartminting® technology for ultra-high relief, accentuating the astrolabe’s detailed design.
Educational and Inspirational : Not just a collectible, but a piece that bridges science and mythology, encouraging exploration and discovery.

Add the 2023 $10 Historic Instruments Astrolabe 2oz Silver Coin to your collection and hold a piece of astronomical history. This coin is not only a testament to human ingenuity but also a source of inspiration, urging you to delve into the mysteries of the universe.


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