COOK ISLAND GOLD COIN ARMILLARY SPHERE 2015, 31.1G PURE GOLD (FINESS 0.9999)
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We present an unusual coin - "Armillary Sphere." The product is made of gold of the highest finess. Its face value is 100 Australian dollars, but the real value is much higher. This is due to the characteristics of the cash sign.
The gold coin is dedicated to an instrument from the field of astronomy. It was created to establish the coordinates of celestial luminaries. According to history, the armillary sphere appeared thanks to Eratosthenes - the geometry of Ancient Greece in the 3rd century BC. The money sign itself has an unusual design, which includes four rings - the components of a small armillary sphere.
The obverse of the gold coin presents basic information: weight, nominal value, finess, year of issue, etc. A small portrait of Elizabeth II is also captured here. On the reverse of the product there are several inscriptions, including the name of the mint.
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Yes, we take out coin insurance during delivery. This guarantees the safety of the purchase and the return of the full value of the goods in case of force majeure.
We have two payment options available:
- Non-cash payment after order confirmation.
- Cash payment in our office.
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Yes, you can come to our office for goods after cashless payment or pay for the order on the spot in cash.
Bank cards are not accepted for payment.
Yes, we send coins to other countries. International shipping costs are calculated individually.
Delivery time depends on how you choose to receive the item. Courier delivery takes from 2 to 5 working days. Sending by mail - from 3 to 7 days.
No, but a coin can be an original gift for a very dear person, due to the fact that the year of issue of the coin may be the year of his birth.