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Wheel of Fortune 2018
Wheel of Fortune 2018 Wheel of Fortune 2018

Wheel of Fortune 2018

General information

Obverse

In the central part of the coin there is a coat of arms of the Republic of Macedonia. Around the coin there are inscriptions: "Republic of Macedonia", "10 Denars" (in Macedonian), "11,80G" (weight of the coin), "2018" (the year of issue) and the hallmark "AG999,9".

Reverse

The coin has the shape of an ancient cart wheel. In the centre a replica of a gold Roman coin Aureus with Fortuna, with the inscriptions: "AUGUST" and "FORTUNA". Around the coin there are inscriptions: "WHEEL OF FORTUNE" (in English and Russian).

Coin specification
Issuer Republic of Macedonia
Face Value 10 MKD
Metal Ag 999,9
Weight 11,8 g
Dimensions 35 mm wheel shape
Edge Milled
Quality Proof with 24 CT gold printing
Year of issue 2018
Mintage Up to 7 000
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Faith, Hope and Love 2018
Faith, Hope and Love 2018 Faith, Hope and Love 2018

Faith, Hope and Love 2018

"Icons of the Saints" series

General information

"Faith, Hope and Love (Vera, Nadezha, Lubov)" is the coin from the series "Icons of the Saints" issued by the National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia. Faith, Hope and Charity (Love) are the names of the virgin holy martyrs, who lived in the 2nd century AD in Rome. Their mother is said to have been St. Sophia. In Orthodox art the Saints are always presented as a little girls with her mother St Sophia, in western art however as adult women symbolizing the Christian virtues. Faith is often depicted with a cross, Hope - an anchor, and Charity - surrounded by children.

Obverse

On the top of the coin there is a coat of arms of the Republic of Macedonia. In the centre the images of St Faith (with the cross), St Charity (with children) and St Hope from stained glass window in the church of St. John in the village Llandenny (Wales, UK). Below a St Trophime church ( Eschau, Alsace, France) where the relics of the Saints were brought from Rome in the year 777. During the French Revolution, the abbey and relicts were destroyed and the buildings are sold for 10 livres. In 1938 catholic Bishop Charles Rush brought from Rome two new relics of St. Sophia. At the top and bottom of the obverse there are inscriptions: "2018" - the year of the issue, "100 Denars", "Republic of Macedonia" (in Macedonian), a hallmark "Ag 925" and the weight of the coin "31.1g".

Reverse

In the centre of the coin there are from the left Saints: Hope, Faith and Charity (Love) as little girls. At the back their mother Saint Sophia. Around the coin an ornament. At the bottom of the coin there are inscriptions in Macedonian: "St Faith", "St Hope", "St Love" and inscription "Saint Sophia" in the central part of the coin.

Coin specification
Issuer Republic of Macedonia
Face Value 100 MKD
Metal Ag 925
Weight 31,1 g
Dimensions 30x45 mm, rectangular
Edge Milled
Quality Proof with gold plating
Year of issue 2018
Mintage Up to 7 000
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Aquarius
Aquarius Aquarius

Aquarius

Zodiac signs 2018 series

General information

"Aquarius" is the second coin from the "Zodiac signs" series issued in 2018 by the National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia.

Obverse

In the central part of the obverse there are 4 Atlases holding the sky and a circle with all the zodiac sign symbols. On an insert of cobalt glass there is an image of the Northern sky with the Northern star in the center and Aquarius constellation around. At the bottom there is a part of a drawing with the Solar System. On the background a part of the sky map. At the bottom of the obverse there is a coat of arms of the Republic of Macedonia and the year of the coin issue - "2018". There are also inscriptions in the Macedonian language: "Republic of Macedonia" and "100 Denars".

Reverse

In the upper part of the coin there is an image from the star atlas "Firmamentum Sobiescianum" created at the end of the 17th century by Johannes Hevelius, with an image of Aquarius constellation on the cobalt glass insert, and a symbol of Aquarius zodiac sign on the top of the coin. At the bottom, there is an image of a girl with a pot representing Aquarius, with a wreath of flowers on her head, on the background a drawing presenting the Solar System. On the right hand-side there is a Latin name of the Zodiac sign - "AQUARIUS".

Coin specification
Issuer Republic of Macedonia
Face Value 100 MKD
Metal Ag 925
Weight 32,30 g
Dimensions 37 x 37 mm
Edge Milled
Quality Proof with gold printing (ink with 24K gold powder), cobalt glass insert (? 18,4 mm)
Year of issue 2018
Mintage Up to 7 000
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Capricorn
Capricorn Capricorn

Capricorn

Zodiac signs 2018 series

General information

"Capricorn" is the first coin from the "Zodiac signs" series issued in 2018 by the National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia.

Obverse

In the central part of the obverse there are 4 Atlases holding the sky and a circle with all the zodiac sign symbols. On an insert of cobalt glass there is an image of the Northern sky with the Northern star in the center and Capricornus constellation around. At the bottom there is a a part of a drawing with the Solar System. On the background a part of the sky map. At the bottom of the obverse there is a coat of arms of the Republic of Macedonia and the year of the coin issue - "2018". There are also inscriptions in the Macedonian language: "Republic of Macedonia" and "100 Denars".

Reverse

In the upper part of the coin there is an image from the star atlas "Firmamentum Sobiescianum" created at the end of the 17th century by Johannes Hevelius, with an image of Capricornus constellation on the cobalt glass insert, and a symbol of Capricornus zodiac sign on the top of the coin. at the bottom, there is an image of an ibex (called also wild goat) on a background of a drawing presenting the Solar System. On the left hand-side there is a Latin name of the Zodiac sign - "CAPRICORNUS".

Coin specification
Issuer Republic of Macedonia
Face Value 100 MKD
Metal Ag 925
Weight 32,30 g
Dimensions 37 x 37 mm
Edge Milled
Quality Proof with gold printing (ink with 24K gold powder), cobalt glass insert (? 18,4 mm)
Year of issue 2018
Mintage Up to 7 000
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50 Years of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts
50 Years of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts 50 Years of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts

50 Years of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts

General information

Commemorative coin issued to celebrate 50 years of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Skopje

Obverse

The upper part of the coin presents the coat of arms of the Republic of Macedonia and the inscription "Republic of Macedonia" in Macedonian language The central part of the coin contains the inscriptions "1967 - 2017 50 years" and the number 50, where in the center, there is the logo of the "Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts Skopje". At the bottom of the coin there are inscriptions" "100 denars" and the tear of the publication "2017".

Reverse

The central part of the coin depits the building of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts, and underneath there are inscriptions "1967 - 2017" and "Ag925". Along the primieter of the coin there is the inscription "Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts Skopje" in the Macedonian language.

Coin specification
Issuer Republic of Macedonia
Face Value 100 MKD
Metal Ag 925
Weight 28,28 g
Dimensions 38,61 mm
Edge Milled
Quality Proof
Year of issue 2018
Mintage Up to 1 000
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Peter I 500g Au
Peter I 500g Au Peter I 500g Au

Peter I 500g Au

General information

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Obverse

In the centre effigy of the Queen Elizabeth II. Inscriptions: "ELIZABETH II", "2015", "NIUE ISLAND", "THREE TOUSAND DOLLARS". Around the coin episodes from the life of Peter I:

 

1. Capture of Azov 1696 Peter the Great led 2 Azov campaigns of 1695-96 during the Russo-Turkish War of 1686-1700 aimed at capturing the Turkish fortress of Azov, which had been blocking Russia's access to the Azov Sea and the Black Sea. The Azov campaigns demonstrated the significance of having a fleet and marked the beginning of Russia's turning into a maritime power. It can be considered the first major accomplishment of the young Tsar.

 

2. Capture of Narva 1704 The Battle of Narva was the second Russian siege of Swedish fortress in Narva (present-day Estonia) during the Great Northern War, resulting in the capture of the town by Russia in August 1704.

 

3. Battle of Poltava 1709 The battle of Poltava is the largest battle of the Northern War between Russian troops under the command of Peter I and the Swedish army of Charles XII. It was held in 1709 near the city of Poltava in the Ukraine. The defeat of the Swedish army was a turning point in the Northern War against Russia and ended the Swedish domination of Europe.

 

4. Decree of "assemblies" 1718 In 1718 introduced Peter I a decree of "assemblies", The Decree of 26.11.1718, announced by St. Petersburg general chief of police A.M. Devier, determined the procedure of assemblies in private lodgings "not only for amusement, but for business too, for one may meet another and chat over whatever is necessary to chat about". According to the Decree, persons "from high ranks up to chief-officers and noblemen" and eminent merchants, chief artisans, distinguished officials with wives and daughters could take part in assemblies. Thanks to this decree Russian women appeared in public for the first time, free from the reclusion of their chambers.

 

5. Rescue of 3 drowning soldiers 1724 According to a legend, in November 1723, at Lakhta (on the the Finnish Gulf) Peter I saw a group of soldiers drowning near the shore. He jumped into the water and came to their rescue. Afterwords he fell into hypothermia and died within 3 months.

 

6.Tsar-boatbuilder Peter the Great learned boat building from the Europeans invited to Russia. He built by himself a famous boat named "Vereyka".

 

Scenes from Peter's life are selectively polished.

Reverse

On the right hand-side the portrait of Peter I in a frame of laurel leaves (surrounded by the Peter the Great monograms) with the emblem of the Russian Empire and the crown as a symbol of royal power. Below the portrait an inscription: "1672-1725" years of his term. On the left-hand side - the famous St, Petersburg's Peter and Paul Fortress on a background of the first historical map of St Petersburg from the Peter the Great time. In the foreground one of the figures from the Winter Palace and a view through its fence to two schooners on the Neva river: "Ingermanland" - Russian 64-gun sailing ship of the line of rank 3 (Peter I was involved in its construction) and "Goto Predestination" - Russian 58-gun sailing ship of the line, designed by Peter I. On the top of the coins an inscription: "Peter the Great" (in Russian). Hallmark "Au 999.9". The frame of laurel leaves with the emblem of the Empire and the crown are gold colored.

Coin specification
Issuer Niue Island
Face Value 3000 NZD
Metal gold (Au 999.9/1000)
Weight 500 g
Dimensions 80,25 mm
Edge Milled
Quality Proof with pad printing, Svarovsky stones
Year of issue 2017
Mintage Up to 50
Number of sets issued
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Peter I 500g Au