Why add this 2015 1/2 oz. Silver Proof Space Time Continuum coin to your collection?
In 1908, German mathematician Hermann Murkowski mathematically proved that time and space cannot be separated from one another. This uniquely shaped proof celebrates and graphically represents Murkowski's theory of the Space-Time Continuum. The distinctive, 35 mm x 35 mm square, 3D warped coin is struck from 1/2 Troy oz. of .999 fine silver by the Mayer Mint in Germany, with an amazingly low mintage of only 1,500 coins.
3D Representation of Space-Time
The reverse features a radial grid, bending into a concave shape with a magnetic sphere at the center, demonstrating the principle of the Space-Time Continuum. Inscriptions include "SPACE-TIME," "CONTINUUM," "20+15," and the formula for space-time developed by Minkowski.
Ian Rank-Broadley's effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is located in the bottom left corner of the square obverse, beside the convex side of the warped space shape. Inscribed "COOK ISLANDS - ELIZABETH II" and "2 DOLLARS."
Gorgeous Proof 69 Ultra Cameo
This nearly flawless 2015 Cook Islands $2 Space Time Continuum 1/2 oz. Silver Proof is graded Proof 69 by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). Proof coins are exceptionally detailed with a mirror-like background. The Ultra Cameo designation refers to the remarkable quality and contrast between the frosted and mirrored surfaces on the coin.
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This 2015 Cook Islands Space Time Continuum 1/2 oz Silver Proof $2 NGC PF69 UC is proudly minted by the Mayer Mint GmbH Germany. The Mayer Mint produces medallions and commemorative coinage made of gold, silver, and other precious metals, for a variety of countries.
|Year of Issue:||2015|
|Mint:||Mayer Mint GmbH Germany|
|Display Weight:||1/2 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||15.5516 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||0.5 oz|
|Legal Tender:||Cook Islands|
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