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    Iron and Glass 'Argotti Botanic Garden Conservatory' Proof Coins

    Central Bank of Malta

    Iron and Glass 'Argotti Botanic Garden Conservatory' Silver Proof A silver numismatic coin issued under the Europa Coin Programme, which in 2017 will carry the theme ‘the Age of Iron and Glass’. The Maltese coins will feature a detail of the conservatory constructed in the Argotti Botanic Gardens. Unfortunately this impressive iron and glass structure no longer exists. Diameter 38.61mm; Gross weight 28.28gr; Alloy 0.925 Silver Minting limit 2,000 Buy silver ...

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    Argotti Botanical Gardens Conservatory

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    2017 Argotti Botanical Gardens Conservatory In 2017, the Central Bank of Malta issues numismatic coins in gold and silver depicting the Argotti Botanical Gardens Conservatory. The coins are issued under the Europa Programme with the theme 'the Age of Iron and Glass' and bear the Europa Star logo. The obverse of the coin features the coat of arms of Malta and the Europa Star logo. The reverse of the coin depicts the Argotti Botanical Gardens Conservatory. This ...

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    Hagar Qim Coin Release

    Central Bank of Malta

    On 27 June 2017, the Central Bank of Malta issues a €2 commemorative coin depicting the Ħaġar Qim temples. The coin reverse shows the common €2 side while the obverse (national side) shows a representation of the Ħaġar Qim temples. The coin obverse was designed by Noel Galea Bason. The Ħaġar Qim Temples in Qrendi, Malta, have some of the largest stone megaliths used in the construction of the prehistoric temples on the Maltese islands. The site dates to ...

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    The Smallest Gold Coin 'PATAKKA'

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    A numismatic coin in gold representing the copper four tari "Patakka". History of the coin In 1566, Grand Master Jean de Valette embarked on the building of the fortress city of Valletta. As the Great Siege of 1565 had drained the Order's treasury, the Grand Master resorted to the minting of thousands of fiduciary copper coins to make up for the shortage of gold and silver coinage. The thousands of men working on the building of Valletta were given their weekly ...

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