2£ Burning King Arthur - Burning Myths and Legends

1 oz Ag 999

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Denomination
2 £
Country
Great Britain
Metal
Ag 999
Weight
31,1 g
Size
Ø 38,61 mm
Quality
BU
Additions
Printing UV
Additions
Ruthenium
Additions
Selective gold plating
Mintage
200 pcs
Date of issue
2022-11
Accessories
Certificate, Box
Series
Burning Myths and Legends
2023-03-20
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The fourth coin in the "Burning Myths and Legends" series.

The coin has been clad, which is the most exclusive method of coin refinement. The obverse and reverse was covered with black ruthenium, a rare transition metal that became a perfect backdrop for the King Arthur. The King itself has been decorated with 24-carat gold.

Thanks to the combination of ruthenium and gold, the coin gains in value and looks truly unique. Dark ruthenian brings out the splendor, and gold exposes the richness of the techniques used. This resulted in a unique, contrasting effect which harmonizes with each other. The intricate work makes the coin an exceptional masterpiece of mint art.

The coin is presented in a wooden box with a certificate of authenticity which is an excellent gift and undoubtedly an interesting object for every collector and investor.

The mintage is limited to only 200 pieces.

King Arthur was a legendary Celtic Briton who, according to medieval histories and romances, was leader of the Celtic Britons in battles against Saxon invaders of Britain in the late 5th and early 6th centuries. Details of Arthur's story are mainly composed of Welsh mythology, English folklore and literary invention, and most historians of the period do not think that he was a historical figure. Arthur is first recorded in sources which date to 300 years after he is supposed to have lived, the Annales Cambriae and the Historia Brittonum. 

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