|Country: Mongolia||Metal Purity: 925||Box: Yes|
|Year of Issue: 2015||Weight: 15.55 g||CoA: Yes|
|Face Value: 500 togrog||Dimensions: 38.61||Coin Accent: Gilding, Unusual Shape|
|ID: MN0030||Quality: BU|
|Mintage quantity: 2500 pcs|
The popular Mongolian Nature series is renowned for the distinct and unique eye-catching design of its artistically innovative coins. Featuring the Saker falcon (Falco cherrug) with a special cutting technology, this coin of .925 silver BU is sure to generate a great deal of demand among collectors. The worldwide mintage is a mere 2 500 pieces. Previous issues sold out!
The obverse represents the the Bank of Mongolia emblem and the inscriptions indicating the face value of the coin and its issuing country.
There is a flying Saker falcon outlined on the reverse thanks to a special cutting technology. As Mongolia’s national bird, it is considered a symbol of Mongolian history, culture. This large and powerful bird of prey has got an exceptionally broad wingspan for its size. Nowadays, the Saker falcon is also one of the most endangered birds of prey worldwide. The reverse also contains the inscriptions of the series name and issuing country. Do not hesitate to add this amazing silver horse coin to your collection if you don’t have one yet!