|Country: Andorra||Metal Purity: 999||Box: Yes|
|Year of Issue: 2012||Weight: 1000 g||CoA: Yes|
|Face Value: 100 diners||Dimensions: 157,5 x 268||Coin Accent: Unusual Shape|
|ID: AD0044||Quality: BU|
|Mintage quantity: 250 pcs|
A magnificent tribute to one of Rome's iconic tourist attractions, the new 2013 silver coin of Andorra comprises 15 edgeless bars of different size, which all put together form a 1 kilo coin unit. Situated in the heart of the city centre, the 25.9 meters high and 19.8 meters wide Trevi Fountain as we know it today, was designed by Nicola Salvi in 1732 and completed in 1762.
The obverse of the domino coins displays the emblem of the Principality of Andorra surrounded by the inscriptions indicating the face value of the coin, its issuing country and year. An impressive presentation, the complete 15-coin set measures a huge 157.50mm x 268mm piece and comprises a kilo of pure, precious .999 silver.
The solid reverse of this massive work of numismatic art features the detailed representation of the Trevi Fountain located on Via delle Muratte on a small square below the Quirinale Palace. Every day, hundreds of tourists crowd around the Trevi's wide basin to take photos of the fantastical marble sculptures of mermen, seahorses, and cascading pools with the sea god Neptune on top. They say that a coin thrown into the fountain guarantees a visitor's return to Rome. The Trevi Fountain silver collection is set between two sheets of thick Perspex with a display stand to demonstrate it in full size and reveal the brilliance of the detailed engravings. The worldwide mintage of the set is extremely limited, so don’t miss the chance to be among those 250 lucky owners of one of the most stunning coins of 2013!