2015 Young Boy Earthquake Reconstruction Project 1oz Silver Coin

Original price was: $249.00.Current price is: $175.00.

Coin Specifications

Year 2015
Denomination 1,000 Yen
Country Japan
Max Mintage 35,086
Finish Proof
Primary Material Silver .999
Primary Material Weight 1oz
Coin Dimensions (mm) 40.00

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Discover the poignant story of hope and resilience with the 2015 Young Boy Earthquake Reconstruction Project Silver Coin. Struck by the Japan Mint, this 1,000 yen silver coin forms a crucial part of the Great East Japan Earthquake Reconstruction Project. It’s a symbol of national revival and solidarity.

Symbolic Design and Deep Significance

This coin, the third in a series of four, is a testament to Japan’s strength and unity in the face of adversity. The reverse features an inspiring image of a young boy, holding two Japanese flags, representing unwavering support for the nation’s recovery efforts. The coin’s obverse is equally moving, depicting the “miracle pine” in Rikuzentakata – a lone survivor of the tsunami and a beacon of hope during the reconstruction.

Collectible Features

• Part of a nationally significant project, underlining the Great East Japan Earthquake Reconstruction.
• Crafted with intricate detail, showcasing a young boy’s determination and the iconic miracle pine.
• A valuable addition for collectors of meaningful and historical coins.

Embrace this unique opportunity to own a piece of history that tells a story of resilience, recovery, and the indomitable human spirit.

Additional information

Weight

1oz

Year

2015

Theme

Environment

Country

Japan

Composition

Silver

Strike Type

Proof

Region

Asia

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