1$ Twelve Monogram Egg - Faberge

16,81 g Ag 999

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1$ Twelve Monogram Egg - Faberge 16,81 g Ag 999 2021
Denomination
1 $
Country
Niue Island
Metal
Ag 999
Weight
16,81 g
Size
29,2 x 39 mm
Quality
Proof
Additions
Printing UV
Additions
Lasser Matting
Mintage
499 pcs
Date of issue
2022-05
Accessories
Box
Series
Faberge
Price: 299.00 PLN
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Fabergé Eggs are known all over the world. These are goldsmiths' works from the times of Alexander III of Romanov and Nicholas II. They were made in the studio of the court jeweller on the order of the emperor as an Easter gift. They were made of gold, silver, precious stones, ivory, mother-of-pearl and enamel.

The first Easter egg in the Fabergé workshop was made in 1884 on behalf of Alexander III as a gift for the emperor's wife Maria. After the death of Alexander III, his son, Nicholas II, continued the tradition of ordering one egg for Easter. Inside the egg there was usually a surprise hidden, which until the opening of the gift was strictly confidential.

In 1900, Fabergé eggs were exhibited at the World Exhibition in Paris. The eggs were awarded gold medals and Fabergé received the Legion of Honour and became famous throughout Europe. By the outbreak of the revolution, 54 Tsarist eggs had been produced.The egg decorated with blue stripes was made of gold in various colours, sapphires, diamonds and translucent enamel in royal blue.

These works of art still inspire many people today. The Mint of Poland has issued a hard-to-find series of coins, each featuring the image of a different Fabergé Egg. The beautiful, mirrored coins with colourful printing will delight everyone. Twelve Monogram Egg joins the Faberge series, whose earlier issues were very popular among collectors.

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