At JM Bullion, we are thrilled to present a new coin celebrating one of the greatest artifacts in history! Produced by MDM Mint, these shaped coins replicate the iconic limestone bust of Queen Nefertiti first discovered in 1912. A follow-up to the best-selling King Tut release, these coins are perfect for fans of Ancient Egypt. Today, 2023 1 Gram Samoa Gold Nefertiti Shaped Coins are available to you online at JM Bullion.
- Includes a presentation box with a Certificate of Authenticity!
- Beautiful replica of the Nefertiti limestone bust!
- Limited mintage of only 999 pieces worldwide!
- Contains 1 gram (0.032 Troy oz) of .999 pure gold.
- The face value of 50 Tala is fully backed by Samoa.
- The Samoan coat of arms is depicted on the obverse.
- A bust of Nefertiti features in the reverse design.
- Proof-like specimen.
On December 6, 1912, German Egyptologist Ludwig Borchardt discovered the famous bust of Queen Nefertiti in Armana, Egypt. The artifact was uncovered in the workshop of Thutmose, a renowned artist who possibly was the court sculptor for King Akhenaten. Historians estimate the bust was crafted around the year 1345 BC. Today, it is viewed as one of history’s most sublime depictions of human beauty.
All 2023 Samoa Gold Nefertiti Shaped Coins in this JM Bullion listing will arrive to you in brand-new condition. The coins were struck at MDM Mint and consist of pure gold with proof-like visuals. Each piece is encapsulated and nestled in a bed of black velvet within an elegant presentation case. Also included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity.
On the obverse of 2023 1 Gram Samoa Nefertiti Shaped Coins, you will find the Samoa coat of arms. In this design, there are concentric circles surrounding a shield decorated with five stars. These stars are meant to represent the Constellation of the Southern Cross. The obverse also features inscriptions of the year of release, denomination, weight, purity, and metal type.
The reverse side of this 2023 1 Gram Samoa Gold Shaped Coin depicts Queen Nefertiti. In this image, the Queen faces directly toward us while wearing what is referred to as the Nefertiti cap crown. This design directly replicates the bust of Nefertiti that currently resides in the Neues Museum in Germany.
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