|Country: Central African Republic||Metal Purity: 925||Box: No|
|Year of Issue: 2014||Weight: 25 g||CoA: Yes|
|Face Value: 1000 francs||Dimensions: 38.61||Coin Accent: Coloring, Unusual Shape|
|ID: CF0001||Quality: Proof|
|Mintage quantity: 2500 pcs|
Graced with an incredibly beautiful 3D butterfly – as if ready to flutter away right now, – this is the fourth edition of the successful butterfly series. This silver coin by the Central African Republic is struck of 25 g silver .925 in proof quality and has got the limited mintage of only 2 500 pieces worldwide.
The shiny proof obverse of the silver coin bears the coat of arms of the Central African Republic. It is surrounded by the inscriptions of the face value of the coin and its issuing country.
The reverse will fascinate you at first sight! It features the Gold-banded Forester, also known as Euphaedra neophron, crafted in a winged 3D-technique, which is a perfect decision to let collectors enjoy the perfection of this tender creature. This African native gets its name from the distinctive gold-orange bands near the edges of its wings. Unlike many other butterflies, which prefer to rest after landing with their wings folded upward, this one likes to rest with its wings spread wide so one can enjoy the stunning markings. The reverse also contains the name of the series and the Latin name of the Gold-banded Forester. The mintage is limited, so don’t miss the chance to own this beautiful coin!