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Cook Islands MORAVIAN STAR $100 Silver coin 2015 Gold plated Antique Finish Effect Big Crystal 1 Kilo


Product Code: VO-S-MS-15-01
Name of series
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Metal Silver
Mintage 199
Fineness (% purity) 99.9%
Content (Troy OZ) 32.15
Denomination (NZD) $100
Weight (g) 1 Kilo (1000g)
Diameter (mm) 100
Year of Issue 2015
Country Cook Islands
Edge Reeded with a serial number
Quality Proof-like
Exterior Decoration Gold plated 24K, Antique Finish Effect and Big crystal 45mm
Package Special box
Certificate of Authenticity Yes + serial number on the coin


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✔ With an issue of only 199 coins the “Moravian Star – Dresden Frauenkirche” is one of the rarest 1-kilo silver coins in the world.
✔ Each one bears an individual number on the edge as proof of the issue limit.
✔ 1000 grams of pure 99.9% silver (1.0 Kilo)
✔ The exceptional combination of the highest art of minting coins and the fascinating sparkle of the giant Swarovski® crystal makes this coin a timeless precious collector’s piece.
✔ Certificate
On 15th February 1945 at 10 a.m. a muffled thud shook the OldTown of Dresden, whereupon, shortly after, a massive cloud of smoke rose into the air. The Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady), proud landmark of the Baroque metropolis known as the “Florence of the North”, had collapsed. The Dresden firestorm, triggered by the allied bombing in the closing stages of the Second World War, had earlier set fire to the church during the night of the 13th to 14th February.The stonework was ultimately so badly weakened by the heat, that it could no longer withstand the massive weight of the stone dome.
The Baroque masterpiece, built after a design by the architect George Bähr from 1726-1743, was no more than a ruin. In the GDR the ruins of the Frauenkirche were declared a memorial against war and destruction. Not until the reunification of Germany in 1990 did the plans for a reconstruction of the building begin to take shape. The final cost of the project that began in 1994 amounted 2005 a reconsecration ceremony took place in the Frauenkirche. During the reconstruction as many original stones as possible were reused from the ruins, and can be recognized by their darker colouration. Today the “stone bell“, as the Frauenkirche was traditionally called owing to its striking dome, once again towers over Dresden, the capital city of Saxony, as one of Germany’s most important Baroque edifices.
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