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Why add the 2018 Cook Islands Historical Maps - Universalis Cosmographia Foil Note 30 g Silver Prooflike $5 Coin PMG Gem Uncirculated 70 to your collection?
The experts at Paper Money Guaranty (PMG) graded this 2018 Cook Islands Historical Maps - Universalis Cosmographia Note 30g Silver Prooflike $5 Foil in at the top possible grade of Gem Uncirculated 70. It was struck for the Cook Islands by the artisans at Germany's famed Mayer Mint using their innovative Smartminting technology. This was struck on a .999 pure silver foil weighing 30g actual silver weight. Only 1500 units have been struck to satisfy global collector demand.
Remarkable Historic Design
The reverse of this foil note features the Universalis Cosmographia which is the first map featuring the name "America" for the New World. Martin Waldseemuller, the renowned German cartographer was the designer of the map. The original map was published in April 1507 and was over eight feet wide and was split into twelve individual sections. The obverse image used on this foil features the classic portrait of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II designed by famed British artist Ian Rank-Broadley.
PMG Gem Uncirculated 70
The devices of the design appear frosty with the fields and other elements appearing highly reflective in this prooflike strike. The Gem Uncirculated 70 grade underscores the coveted flawless perfection of the piece.
Order your PMG graded 2018 Cook Islands Historical Maps - Universalis Cosmographia Foil Note 30g Prooflike Silver $5 Gem Uncirculated 70 Coin to from ModernCoinMart today.
|Year of Issue:||2018|
|Mint:||Mayer Mint GmbH Germany|
|Grade:||Gem Unc 70|
|Display Weight:||30 g|
|Weight in Grams:||30 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||0.9645 oz|
|Diameter:||200 x 150 mm|
|Legal Tender:||Cook Islands|
|Obverse Design:||Queen Elizabeth II Portrait|
|Reverse Design:||Universalis Cosmographia Details|
One innovation that caused widespread ripples and collector excitement in the hobby over the last few years has been the advent of the foil note. These offerings are a great way to own precious metals due to their unique characteristics, lower price point and strong collector interest in the various subjects depicted on the foils.