THE GOLD MEDALS OF THE VATICAN
Those who are used to possess and to surround themselves with beautiful and refined things, they will find very interesting news below. Also because often things rare and precious have artistic cultural and economic value in it self. This set of gold medals in the Vatican is the first appearance in 1992 with the minting depicting " The Creation of Adam", taken from the picture of Michelangelo's Last Judgement in the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican Museums.
The last minting took place in 2009 with a medal representing " The Fire in the Borgo" taken from the "Room Fire" decorated by Raphael.
During 18 years, are minted each year a gold medal inspired by a masterpiece displayed in the Vatican Museums, developing a theme of reference in every three years. Depending on the year they had runs of 1000 or 2000 copies. A very small number!
The complete collection consists of 6 issues or trilogies, for a total of 18 gold medals. In these six thematic paths the attentive eye can grasp the way of the human being and his destiny ...
Each gold medal in the collection has a diameter of 34 mm and a weight of 34 grams of gold Karati 18, an identification number stamped into the edge and is accompanied by a certificate of guarantee issued by the Vatican. They were minted in 1000 or 2000 copies.
Each gold medal described above is offered at a price ranging between 980 and 1150 euro, resulting in the year of issue and number of copies minted, plus shipping fees.
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The collection in question is mine private and I have already sold a lot of them, so all the gold medals shown here are not available. For more info REQUEST