|Country: Congo||Metal Purity: 999||Box: Yes|
|Year of Issue: 2016||Weight: 1000 g||CoA: Yes|
|Face Value: 10000 francs||Dimensions: 100||Coin Accent: Antique Finish, Stone insert|
|ID: CG0015||Quality: Antique finish|
|Mintage quantity: 100 pcs|
An astonishing work of numismatic art - the Angkor Wat coin - is dedicated to Cambodia’s most beloved and best preserved temple, as well as one of the largest religious monuments ever constructed. With the mintage of a mere 100 coins worldwide, the coin is a 1 kilo silver .999 piece in ultrahigh relief notable for exquisite craftsmanship and detailed elaboration. The special thing about this coin is its refined look enhanced with a green malachite inset.
Originally built between roughly A.D. 1113 and 1150 as a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Vishnu, it was converted into a Buddhist temple in the 14th century, and statues of Buddha were added to its already rich artwork.
Conveying the beauty and delicacy of Angkor Wat through a skillful blend of detail and ultrahigh relief, the coin showcases fascinating decorations of the walls of the temple. Thorough and precise minting process has resulted in the highly detailed obverse and reverse images that reveal decorative patterns of the Angkor Wat walls. The coin comes housed in a specially designed luxury packaging with a CoA inside. This silver coin will take your breath away at first sight – a true work of art!