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The Gods of Olympus series is a noteworthy proposition from the renowned producer of precious metals - The Perth Mint. The Gods of Olympus collection was first released in 2014 and immediately sold out. In 2020, this extraordinary collection is being re-issued and this time, in addition to coins with "Antiqued Finish", the manufacturer has also prepared an investment version - bullion.
The silver bullion coin depicting Hades is a product made of pure Ag.9999 bullion, weighing one troy ounce. The Hades 2021 coin is the third specimen from the Gods of Olympus series. This coin is guaranteed by the government of Tuvalu and is a legal means of payment in this country. Importantly, it is a silver copy with a strictly limited mintage of 1,500 pieces. It is therefore worth taking an interest in this coin and the entire series.
The obverse of the silver coin shows a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and information about the nominal value, weight, mintage quality and date of issue.
The reverse shows the figure of the god of the underworld - Hades - sitting on a chair with Cerberus. Additionally, the reverse contains the inscription "Hades" and the mint mark in the form of the letter "P".
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