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1 Apsar The Cathedral of St. George in Elyr

Features

Country Abkhazia
Type Non circulating coin
Year 2016
Value 1 Apsar (1)
Metal Brass plated Steel
Weight 5 g
Diameter 22 mm
Thickness 2 mm
Shape Round

Commemorative issue

Series: Temples of Abkhazia

Obverse

In the upper central part, on the smooth field - the relief picture of the State Emblem of the Republic of Abkhazia, under it - the inscription in Abkhaz “Аҧсны Абанк”(The Bank of Abkhazia). The semicircular inscriptions above the State Emblem indicate the denomination of the coin. In the lower part of the coin, on the matted field and raised small print inscriptions of five lines “Аҧсны Абанк” and the year of mintage "2016".

Lettering:
1 ҦСАРК
ММД
АҦСНЫ АБАНК
2016

Translation:
1 Apsar
MMD
The Bank of Abkhazia

Reverse

In the central part of the coin- the image of the Cathedral of St. George in Elyr, to the left – the pictures of sacrificial bull and punitive arrowhead named in abkhazian "афырхы", in the upper central part of the coin- the semicircular inscription in abkhazian «Ацқьа Гьаргь (Аергь) изку Елыр-ныха» (The Cathedral of St. George in Elyr). The inscription under the image of the Cathedral indicates the date of the building.

Lettering: АЦҚЬА ГЬАРГЬ (АЕРГЬ) ИЗКУ ЕЛЫР-НЫХА

Translation: The Cathedral of St. George in Elyr

Edge

Reeded

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2016 ММД 2,000 Moscow Mint

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1 Apsar (The Cathedral of St. George in Elyr)