Why purchase this Ultra-high Relief 2020 Mongolia Majestic Eagle gold proof coin in Original Packaging?
The Mongolian Majestic Eagle series represents CIT's introduction of their enhanced smartminting technology. With the new minting technique, the proof series features ultra-high relief designs on the coin's obverse and reverse. Measuring 16.5 mm in diameter, this 2020 Majestic Eagle proof coin is struck from 1/10 Troy oz. of .9999 fine gold by the Mayer Mint, its mintage limited to only 999 pieces.
Magnificent Ultra-high Relief Eagle Imagery
Two eagles are illustrated on the reverse, one a shadow-like forward facing image in the background, the other a magnificently bold, ultra-high relief creature in the foreground.
The obverse features the sharp talons of an eagle ripping through the surface of the coin to grip a single arrow. The background is adorned with a complex meander pattern adapted from Greek art, with the year of issue "2020" creatively incorporated into the design. The Bank of Mongolia's logo appears above, with the inscribed denomination and "MONGOLIA 1/10 oz .9999 GOLD."
Gorgeous GEM Proof Coin in Original Government Packaging
This superbly struck 2020 Mongolia 1,000 Togrog Majestic Eagle Proof GEM Proof coin is presented in its Original Packaging and is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity. Expect the ungraded Ultra-high Relief 1/10 oz. gold proof coin to feature strike and surface characteristics comparable to a coin graded 65 or higher on the Sheldon Scale.
Add this very low mintage 2020 dated 1/10 oz. gold proof coin featuring an Ultra-high Relief Majestic Eagle design to your collection today!
|Year of Issue:||2020|
|Packaging:||Original Government Packaging|
|Relief:||Ultra High Relief|
|Display Weight:||1/10 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||3.1104 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||0.1 oz|
|Obverse Design:||Bank of Mongolia Logo|
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