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This Week in Numismatics - September 1st to 7th, 2013

This Week in Numismatics - September 1st to 7th, 2013

1 som Kirghizistan 2013

Kyrgyzstan - Issue of a commemorative one som coin and two commemorative 10 som coins. All three are dedicated to the archaeological site of Saimaluu Tash . The one som, which is cupronickel , has a mintage of 5,000, and the 10 som, a mintage of 2,000.

Luxembourg - Announcement of the release of two commemorative 2-euro coins for 2014. The first, which will commemorate the 175th anniversary of the independence of the country , will be issued in the first half of the year. The second (commemoration not disclosed), will be issued in the latter half of 2014 .

2 euro Monaco 2013

Monaco - Minting of a commemorative 2-euro coin of the year 2013. It commemorates the 20th anniversary of the entry of the principality in the UN. Note that with a mintage of 1,249,131, this coin is not likely to suffer a significant speculation as numismatists have seen in previous commemorative 2-euro coins issued by Monaco.

Poland - Announcement of the next issue of a commemorative 2 złote. It commemorates the centenary of the birth of composer and orchestral conductor Witold Lutosławski. It will be issued on September 18 with a mintage of 800,000.

Russia - Issue of two commemorative 10 rubles. The first coin is bimetal and is dedicated to the Russian Republic of North Ossetia-Alania. The second, which is monometallic , is issued in the series "Cities of Victory ", which is dedicated to Russian cities have played an important role during the Second World War, and more specifically commemorates the city of Arkhangelsk. Each of the two coins has a mintage of ten million.

5 euro San Marino 2013

San Marino - Issue of a commemorative silver 5-euro. It commemorates the 150th anniversary of the death of the poet Giuseppe Gioachino Belli. Its mintage is unknown.

Slovakia - Unveiling of a commemorative 2-euro coin for the year 2014. It will commemorate the 10th anniversary of the country's entry into the European Union. Note that the design was chosen after a competition. No other information on this coin was made ​​public.

Translation by dptashny

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dptashny
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I translated...
euro3000
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Quote: dptashnyI translated...
Yep, sorry. :`

Plusieurs billets à échanger, dont les NOUVEAUX BILLETS CANADIENS DE 5$ ET DE 10$ EN POLYMÈRE!!!

Many banknotes for swap, including the NEW CANADIAN POLYMER $5 AND $10 BANKNOTES!!!

derf
Joined: 11-Mar-2012
Posts: 1538
On Aug 31, 2013 at 11:15, The Kyrgyzstan National Bank initiated the issue of the three coin mentioned. A Copper-Nickal 1 Com and 2 Ag 10 Com. The 1 com and one 10 com (colorized) were dedicated to the archaeological site of Saimaluu Tash. The second Ag 10 com was dedicated to an animal in the "Red Book of Kyrgyzstan"

The image shown is of the CuNi 1 com.

From the CoA's that came with my coins, the following information is provided:

The archaeological site of Saimaluu Tash:
Year of mint:  2013
Denomination:  10 som
Quality:  "proof"
Diameter:  38.60 mm
Weight:  28.28 g
Metal, alloy:  Ag 925°
Additional technologies:  with pad printing
Issue limit:  2000
Shape/edge:  round/milled

The "Red Book of Kyrgyzstan":
Year of mint:  2013
Denomination:  10 som
Quality:  "proof"
Diameter:  38.60 mm
Weight:  28.28 g
Metal, alloy:  Ag 925°/Au 999°
Issue limit:  3000
Shape/edge:  round/milled

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subr
Joined: 3-Jan-2009
Posts: 9
N.B.

Official site of Natiomal Bank provides different information:

http://www.nbkr.kg/index1.jsp?item=2427&lang=RUS

Mintage of silver 10 som coin "Saimaluu-Tash" is 3 000 pieces.

SuBr

derf
Joined: 11-Mar-2012
Posts: 1538
I copied the information form the CoA.

I have serial numbers 1998, 1999 and 2000 and they all read the same. Issue Limit:  2000

So either the website is wrong or the CoA is ....

If you would like, I can scan the CoA and post it...

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derf
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I emailed the National Bank of Kyrgyzstan about the discrepancy and this is the response that I received:


Dear Fred,
Thank you very much for your message. The correct figures are in
certificate. The issue limit of Saymaluu Tash silver coin is 2000 pieces.
We will correct figures on our website.
Thank you again...


Best regards,

Aleksei Faleev
Head of Expert Division
Cash Management Department
National Bank of the Kyrgyz Republic
Tel. + 996 312 66 92 26
e-mail: afaleyev@nbkr.kg

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