The Alphonse Mucha Collection of silver rounds from Anonymous Mint offer investors and collectors a wide variety of silver products to purchase. With six designs releases in total, there are two weights per design and three finishes for a truly diverse offering of silver. Today, the 1 oz Proof Colorized Mucha Collection Laurel Silver Round is available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives in a protective plastic capsule with Certificate of Authenticity.
- 6th design in the Mucha Collection of the Anonymous Mint!
- Limited mintage of colorized rounds!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Obverse features the design of Laurel.
- Reverse includes Muchas portrait.
- From coin creator Julie Lindquist.
- Dies designed by Luigi Badia.
The final design in the Mucha Collection, Laurel is one of two images that were initially commissioned with Mucha in 1901 by a popular dancer of the day known as Lygie. Created at the same time as Ivy, Laurel would go on to enjoy wider circulation in Muchas day. Laurel first appeared in the interior of the Boutique Fourquet, and was later used on a calendar for a signage company by the name of Dewez.
All of the 1 oz Proof Colorized Mucha Collection Laurel Silver Rounds in this posting feature a mirrored, clear proof finish to the round. Colorization has been added to these limited-release versions of the silver rounds in the Mucha Collection to add vibrance and life to the designs, just as Mucha intended.
Each round ships to you inside of a protective plastic capsule, and features an individually numbered Certificate of Authenticity. These rounds have edge lettering with a serial number that matches that found on the Certificate of Authenticity.
On the obverse of the 1 oz Proof Colorized Laurel Silver Round youll find the left-profile portrait of Laurel. Her eyes are unique in a Mucha design, in that theyre set looking downward. Most of Muchas women figures were looking right at the viewer with a seductive or otherwise sultry gaze. Colorization has been added to the image of Laurel to bring her figure to live on the round.
The reverse of all Mucha Collection Silver Rounds include a front-facing portrait of Mucha. Taken from an actual photograph of the Czech artist, his picture is surrounded by engravings of his name, years of birth and death, and the rounds weight, purity, and metal content.
Anonymous Mint worked with coin creator Julie Lindquist on the designs used in the Mucha Collection, with Italian Master Sculptor Luigi Badia engraving those designs onto dies for striking. The Mucha Foundation, which catalogs and preserves Muchas works, authorized this release of six designs.
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