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"Life of the Saints" series - St Nicholas the Wonderworker (gold)
St Nicholas the Wonderworker (gold) St Nicholas the Wonderworker (gold)

St Nicholas the Wonderworker (gold)

"Life of the Saints" series

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General information

First gold coin from a new series "Life of the Saints". Saint Nicholas (270 – 6 December 343) also called Nikolaos of Myra, was a historic 4th-century saint and Bishop of Myra, born at Patara in Lycia, a province of Asia Minor. Because of the many miracles attributed to his intercession, he is also known as Nikolaos the Wonderworker. He had a reputation for secret gift-giving, such as putting coins in the shoes of those who left them out for him, and thus became the model for Santa Claus. In 1087, part of the relics (about half of the bones) were furtively translated to Bari, in southeastern Italy; for this reason, he is also known as Nikolaos of Bari. The remaining bones were taken to Venice in 1100. His feast day is 6 December.

Obverse

Coat of arms of the Republic of Belarus, inscriptions "Republic of Belarus", "500 roubles" (in Belorussian language) "Ag 925" and "2013". Descriptions of St Nicholas miracles in Russian language. In the centre of the coin the scene of the birth of St. Nicholas. Around the coin clockwise few other scenes :

  • The miraculous return of the carpet
  • The return of the son to parents
  • The ship’s deliverance from sinking
  • The salvation of three men from execution
  • The appearance of the icon of St Nicholas to Prince Dmitry Donskoy
  • The transfer of relicts to the city of Bari

Reverse

An engraved ornament around the coin, inscription "Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker" (in Russian language). In the centre the half-length figure of St Nicholas, bearded and wearing an ‘omophorion', holding a closed gospel in his left hand and blessing with his right.

Coin specification
Issuer Republic of Belarus
Face Value 5 000 Roubles
Metal gold (Au 999,9/1000)
Weight 500 g
Dimensions 80,25 mm
Edge Milled
Quality Proof
Year of issue 2013
Mintage Up to 77
Number of sets issued
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St Nicholas the Wonderworker (gold)

Armenian Alphabet gold
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Armenian Alphabet gold

General information

Armenian Alphabet - 39 coins issued by the Central Bank of Armenia. Gold coins were issued in 2 types: proof and briliant uncirculated

Obverse

In the centre of the coin coat of arms of the Republic of Armenia, below inscription "5000 Dram" (in Armenian and English) Around the coin inscriptions: "Republic of Armenia" (in Armenian and English), "2013" and the hallmark "Au 999,9".

Reverse

In the centre of the each coin a letter from Armenian alphabet. Around the coin all Armenian letters.

Coin specification
Issuer Armenia
Face Value 5000 Dram
Metal gold (Au 999,9/1000)
Weight 3,89 g
Dimensions 20,00 mm
Edge Milled
Quality Proof/brilliant uncirculated
Year of issue 2013
Mintage proof: up to 200, brilliant uncirculated from up to 1 500 up to 5 000 (depending on the letter)
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"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series - Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Kazan Au 5g
Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Kazan Au 5g Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Kazan Au 5g

Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos

of Kazan Au 5g

"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series

General information

The next coin from The "Orthodox Wonder-working icons" - series issued by the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus.

Obverse

An ornament in the form of the grapevine symbolizing the Theotokos, in the centre a cross erected in the territory of Zaslavl's stronghold to commemorate the thousandth anniversary of the Orthodox Church in Belarus; at the top - coat of arms of the Republic of Belarus; inscriptions in Belorussian language "Republic of Belarus", "50 roubles" a well as "2014" and the hallmark - "Au 999".

Reverse

In the center - engraved image of the Mother Mary with the Child. On the bottom an inscription in Belorussian language: "KAZANSKAYA"

Coin specification
Issuer Belarus
Face Value 50 Roubles
Metal gold (Au 999,9/1000)
Weight 5 g
Dimensions 23,5x14 mm
Edge Milled
Quality Proof
Year of issue 2014
Mintage Up to 3 000
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"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series - Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Kazan Au 100g
Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Kazan Au 100g Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Kazan Au 100g

Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos

of Kazan Au 100g

"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series

General information

The next coin from The "Orthodox Wonder-working icons" - series issued by the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus.

Obverse

An ornament in the form of the grapevine symbolizing the Theotokos, in the centre a cross erected in the territory of Zaslavl's stronghold to commemorate the thousandth anniversary of the Orthodox Church in Belarus; at the top - coat of arms of the Republic of Belarus; inscriptions in Belorussian language "Republic of Belarus", "1000 roubles" a well as "2014" and the hallmark - "Au 999".

Reverse

In the center - engraved image of the Mother Mary with the Child. On the bottom an inscription in Belorussian language: "KAZANSKAYA"

Coin specification
Issuer Belarus
Face Value 1000 Roubles
Metal gold (Au 999,9/1000)
Weight 100 g
Dimensions 53x36 mm
Edge Milled
Quality Proof
Year of issue 2014
Mintage Up to 200
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Email: office@intercoinhouse.eu
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"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series - Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Minsk Au 5g
Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Minsk Au 5g Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Minsk Au 5g

Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos

of Minsk Au 5g

"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series

General information

The next coin from The "Orthodox Wonder-working icons" - series issued by the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus.

Obverse

An ornament in the form of the grapevine symbolizing the Theotokos, in the centre a cross erected in the territory of Zaslavl's stronghold to commemorate the thousandth anniversary of the Orthodox Church in Belarus; at the top - coat of arms of the Republic of Belarus; inscriptions in Belorussian language "Republic of Belarus", "50 roubles" a well as "2013" and the hallmark - "Au 999".

Reverse

The image of the Most Holy Theotokos of Minsk. Inscription at the bottom: "Minskaya" (in Belorussian).

Coin specification
Issuer Belarus
Face Value 50 Roubles
Metal gold (Au 999,9/1000)
Weight 5 g
Dimensions 23,5x14 mm
Edge Milled
Quality Proof with gold plating
Year of issue 2014
Mintage Up to 4 000
Number of sets issued
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Fax: +41 52 202 4 203
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Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos

"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series - Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Minsk Au 100g
Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Minsk Au 100g Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Minsk Au 100g

Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos

of Minsk Au 100g

"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series

General information

The next coin from The "Orthodox Wonder-working icons" - series issued by the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus.

Obverse

An ornament in the form of the grapevine symbolizing the Theotokos, in the centre a cross erected in the territory of Zaslavl's stronghold to commemorate the thousandth anniversary of the Orthodox Church in Belarus; at the top - coat of arms of the Republic of Belarus; inscriptions in Belorussian language "Republic of Belarus", "1000 roubles" a well as "2013" and the hallmark - "Au 999".

Reverse

The image of the Most Holy Theotokos of Minsk. Inscription at the bottom: "Minskaya" (in Belorussian).

Coin specification
Issuer Belarus
Face Value 1000 Roubles
Metal gold (Au 999,9/1000)
Weight 100 g
Dimensions 53x36 mm
Edge Milled
Quality Proof with gold plating
Year of issue 2014
Mintage Up to 200
Order Tel.: +41 52 202 4 283
Fax: +41 52 202 4 203
Email: office@intercoinhouse.eu
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"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series - Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Smolensk Au 5g
Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Smolensk  Au 5g Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Smolensk  Au 5g

Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos

of Smolensk Au 5g

"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series

General information

The next coin from The "Orthodox Wonder-working icons" series issued by the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus. The Most Holy Theotokos of Smolensk (Hodigitria) was brought to Russia in 1046 by the Greek princess Anna The icon was a parental blessing to her from her father, Byzantine Emperor Constantine IX Monomachos, for her marriage to Prince Vsewolod Yaroslavovich of Chernigov, son of Yaroslav the Wise. In 1101 the son of Princess Anna, Prince Vladimir Monomachus, transferred the wonderworking icon from Chernigov to Smolensk. The Holy Icon is one of the chief holy objects of the Russian Orthodox Church.

Obverse

An ornament in the form of the grapevine symbolizing the Theotokos, in the centre a cross erected in the territory of Zaslavl's stronghold to commemorate the thousandth anniversary of the Orthodox Church in Belarus; at the top coat of arms of the Republic of Belarus; inscriptions in Belorussian language "Republic of Belarus", "50 roubles" a well as "2013" and the hallmark "Au 999".

Reverse

The image of the Most Holy Theotokos of Smolensk. Inscription at the bottom: "Smolenskaya" (in Belorussian).

Coin specification
Issuer Belarus
Face Value 50 Roubles
Metal gold (Au 999/1000)
Weight 5 g
Dimensions 23,5x14 mm
Edge Milled
Quality Proof
Year of issue 2013
Mintage Up to 5 000
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Email: office@intercoinhouse.eu
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"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series - Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Smolensk Au 100g
Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Smolensk Au 100g Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Smolensk Au 100g

Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos

of Smolensk Au 100g

"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series

General information

The next coin from The "Orthodox Wonder-working icons" series issued by the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus. The Most Holy Theotokos of Smolensk (Hodigitria) was brought to Russia in 1046 by the Greek princess Anna The icon was a parental blessing to her from her father, Byzantine Emperor Constantine IX Monomachos, for her marriage to Prince Vsewolod Yaroslavovich of Chernigov, son of Yaroslav the Wise. In 1101 the son of Princess Anna, Prince Vladimir Monomachus, transferred the wonderworking icon from Chernigov to Smolensk. The Holy Icon is one of the chief holy objects of the Russian Orthodox Church.

Obverse

An ornament in the form of the grapevine symbolizing the Theotokos, in the centre a cross erected in the territory of Zaslavl's stronghold to commemorate the thousandth anniversary of the Orthodox Church in Belarus; at the top coat of arms of the Republic of Belarus; inscriptions in Belorussian language "Republic of Belarus", "1000 roubles" a well as "2013" and the hallmark "Au 999".

Reverse

The image of the Most Holy Theotokos of Smolensk. Inscription at the bottom: "Smolenskaya" (in Belorussian).

Coin specification
Issuer Belarus
Face Value 1000 Roubles
Metal gold (Au 999/1000)
Weight 100 g
Dimensions 53x36 mm
Edge Milled
Quality Proof
Year of issue 2013
Mintage Up to 250
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"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series - Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Barkalabovsk (Barkalabava) Au 5g
Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Barkalabovsk (Barkalabava) Au 5g Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Barkalabovsk (Barkalabava) Au 5g

Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos

of Barkalabovsk (Barkalabava) Au 5g

"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series

General information

The next coin from The "Orthodox Wonder-working icons" - series issued by the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus. The Most Holy Theotokos of Barkalabovsk is one of the greatest masterpieces of Belarusian school of icon painting. In the opinion of experts it was created in the late XVI century or in the first half of the XVII century in the central region of Belarus (possibly in Slutsk). It was originally located in the John the Baptist (Ascension) Convent in Barkalabovsk, 8 kilometers north of Bykhov on the right bank of the Dnieper. In 1882 the monastery was burnt, but the miraculous icon was saved from the fire. After 1920 the monastery was closed and the icon was moved to the chapel of Bykhov. In 1953 miracle-working icon was brought to the Trinity Church of Bykhov where is kept up to date.

Obverse

Stylised design of a cross, surrounded by traditional ornaments, coat of arms of the Republic of Belarus, inscriptions in Belorussian language "Republic of Belarus", "50 roubles" and "2012", and the hallmark "Au 999".

Reverse

Engraved image of the Mother Mary with the Child, rich ornaments on the background. Inscription: "Barkalabovskaya" (in Belorussian).

Coin specification
Issuer Belarus
Face Value 50 Roubles
Metal gold (Au 999/1000)
Weight 5 g
Dimensions 23,5x14 mm
Edge Milled
Quality Proof
Year of issue 2012
Mintage Up to 4 000
Number of sets issued
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Fax: +41 52 202 4 203
Email: office@intercoinhouse.eu
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Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos

"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series - Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Barkalabovsk (Barkalabava) Au 100g
Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Barkalabovsk (Barkalabava) Au 100g Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Barkalabovsk (Barkalabava) Au 100g

Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos

of Barkalabovsk (Barkalabava) Au 100g

"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series

General information

The next coin from The "Orthodox Wonder-working icons" - series issued by the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus. The Most Holy Theotokos of Barkalabovsk is one of the greatest masterpieces of Belarusian school of icon painting. In the opinion of experts it was created in the late XVI century or in the first half of the XVII century in the central region of Belarus (possibly in Slutsk). It was originally located in the John the Baptist (Ascension) Convent in Barkalabovsk, 8 kilometers north of Bykhov on the right bank of the Dnieper. In 1882 the monastery was burnt, but the miraculous icon was saved from the fire. After 1920 the monastery was closed and the icon was moved to the chapel of Bykhov. In 1953 miracle-working icon was brought to the Trinity Church of Bykhov where is kept up to date.

Obverse

Stylised design of a cross, surrounded by traditional ornaments, coat of arms of the Republic of Belarus, inscriptions in Belorussian language "Republic of Belarus", "1000 roubles" and "2012", and the hallmark "Au 999".

Reverse

Engraved image of the Mother Mary with the Child, rich ornaments on the background. Inscription: "Barkalabovskaya" (in Belorussian).

Coin specification
Issuer Belarus
Face Value 1000 Roubles
Metal gold (Au 999/1000)
Weight 31,10 g
Dimensions 30x45 mm
Edge Milled
Quality Proof
Year of issue 2012
Mintage Up to 200
Number of sets issued
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Fax: +41 52 202 4 203
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Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos

"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series - Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Vladimir (Uladzimir) Au 5g
Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos

 z Włodzimierza (Vladimir)  Au 5g Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos

 z Włodzimierza (Vladimir)  Au 5g

Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos

of Vladimir (Uladzimir) Au 5g

"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series

General information

The fifth coins from The "Orthodox Wonder-working icons" - series issued by the National Bank of the the Republic of Belarus. The icon of the Theotokos of Vladimir (Uladzimir) is one of the most ancient wonderworking orthodox paintings. It has been done, as a popular belief persists, by Luke the Apostle and Evangelist on the board of the table at which the Holy Family - the Savior, the Blessed Virgin, and pious Joseph the Betrothed - was eating. The icon was kept in Jerusalem until 450 and then was brought to Constantinople. It found its way from the Byzantine Empire to Rus at the turn of the 12th century as a present to Yury Dolgoruky from Patriarch Luke Chrysoberges of Constantinople. The holy painting was placed in the Vyshgorod convent (15 kilometers away from Kiev). In 1155, Prince Andrey Bogolubsky took the icon from the convent to the town of Vladimir where it was venerated as the main holy relic of the Assumption Cathedral built on his orders in the period from 1158 to 1160. From then on it is known as the icon of Vladimir.

Obverse

Stylised design of a cross, surrounded by traditional ornaments, coat of arms of the Republic of Belarus, inscriptions in Belorussian language "Republic of Belarus", "50 roubles" and "2012", and the hallmark - "Au 999".

Reverse

Engraved image of Mother Mary with Child, with gold plated crowns. Inscription in Belorussian language: "Vladimirskaya".

Coin specification
Issuer Belarus
Face Value 50 Roubles
Metal gold (Au 999/1000)
Weight 5 g
Dimensions 23,5x14 mm
Edge Milled
Quality Proof
Year of issue 2012
Mintage Up to 5000
Number of sets issued
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Fax: +41 52 202 4 203
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Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos

"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series - Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Vladimir (Uladzimir) Au 100g
Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Vladimir (Uladzimir) Au 100g Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Vladimir (Uladzimir) Au 100g

Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos

of Vladimir (Uladzimir) Au 100g

"Orthodox Wonder-working Icons" series

General information

The fifth coins from The "Orthodox Wonder-working icons" - series issued by the National Bank of the the Republic of Belarus. The icon of the Theotokos of Vladimir (Uladzimir) is one of the most ancient wonderworking orthodox paintings. It has been done, as a popular belief persists, by Luke the Apostle and Evangelist on the board of the table at which the Holy Family - the Savior, the Blessed Virgin, and pious Joseph the Betrothed - was eating. The icon was kept in Jerusalem until 450 and then was brought to Constantinople. It found its way from the Byzantine Empire to Rus at the turn of the 12th century as a present to Yury Dolgoruky from Patriarch Luke Chrysoberges of Constantinople. The holy painting was placed in the Vyshgorod convent (15 kilometers away from Kiev). In 1155, Prince Andrey Bogolubsky took the icon from the convent to the town of Vladimir where it was venerated as the main holy relic of the Assumption Cathedral built on his orders in the period from 1158 to 1160. From then on it is known as the icon of Vladimir.

Obverse

Stylised design of a cross, surrounded by traditional ornaments, coat of arms of the Republic of Belarus, inscriptions in Belorussian language "Republic of Belarus", "1000 roubles" and "2012", and the hallmark - "Au 999".

Reverse

Engraved image of Mother Mary with Child, with gold plated crowns. Inscription in Belorussian language: "Vladimirskaya".

Coin specification
Issuer Belarus
Face Value 1000 Roubles
Metal gold (Au 999/1000)
Weight 100 g
Dimensions 53x36 mm
Edge Milled
Quality Proof
Year of issue 2012
Mintage Up to 5000
Number of sets issued
Order Tel.: +41 52 202 4 283
Fax: +41 52 202 4 203
Email: office@intercoinhouse.eu
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Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos

Slovyanka - (Au)
Slovyanka Slovyanka

Slovyanka

(Au)

General information

The collector coin of Slovyanka is issued as a preparatory step for a pan-Slavonic bullion coin program The 2010 issue includes two coins - silver 1 oz. Ag999 and gold 1 oz. Au999. In the following years the bullion quality coins are supposed to be issued together with the collector versions.

Obverse

Stylised design with "derevo zhizni" ("Tree of Life"), Inscriptions: "Republic of Belarus" (in Belorussian), "20 Roubles", and "2010", "Au 999".

Reverse

A picture of a lady in traditional (historical) Slavic dress with a child, and traditional Slavic ornaments around. Inscription "Slovyanka" in Belorussian language.

Coin specification
Issuer Belarus
Face Value 50 Roubles
Metal Au 999
Weight 7,78 g
Dimensions 22 mm
Edge Milled
Quality Proof
Year of issue 2010
Mintage Up to 2 500
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