For the second design in the acclaimed Germania Beasts Series, fans get an exciting glimpse of Fenir, the legendary wolf of Norse mythology! In addition to the standard BU round, Germania Mint has also produced this remarkable set complete with 24-karat gold plating and black ruthenium visuals. Right now, 2022 2×1 oz Germania Beasts Fenrir Silver Geminus Sets are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Includes a themed blister pack and a Certificate of Authenticity!
- All-new design in the Germania Beasts Series!
- Limited mintage of just 500 sets!
- Features black ruthenium and gold plating!
- Each round contains 1 Troy oz of .9999 pure silver.
- The upper portion of Fenir is depicted on the obverse of each.
- Fenir’s lower body is found in the reverse designs.
When you purchase 2022 2×1 oz Germania Beasts Fenrir Geminus Sets, they will be delivered in in special illustrated blister packs. The pack opens like a book to reveal both rounds within as well as a Certificate of Authenticity. These rounds were struck in .9999 pure silver and have been augmented with both black ruthenium and gold plating. They will arrive in new condition.
Fenir is depicted on the obverse of each round in 2022 2×1 oz Germania Beasts Silver Geminus Sets. The obverse depicts the upper portion of the wolf’s body as he gives a menacing snarl. There are multiple finishes on these rounds as well, with one presenting the design in black ruthenium, and the other with gold plating. There are also inscriptions on the obverse reading Fenir, 1 oz Ag 999.9.
The lower portion of Fenir’s body is located on the reverse side of these 2022 2×1 oz Germania Beasts Fenrir Silver Geminus Sets. If you take these rounds and line them up vertically, they will form a complete picture of Fenir. Also shown on the reverse is the seal of Germania mint along with inscriptions reading Germania, 2022, 5 Mark.
Fenir played an important part in Scandinavian culture during the pre-Christian era. Not only was the wolf featured prominently in the Nordic poetic and prose eddas, but he also can be found on various stone artworks of the time. While Fenir is generally considered villainous, it is believed that this has less to do with his nature than with the ill treatment he received from the gods during his youth.
Please contact JM Bullion with any questions about these silver round sets. You can call us at 800-276-6508, chat with us live online, or email us directly.