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Macedonia LABYRINTH of RUSSIAN EMPIRE by PETER THE GREAT 100 Denars Silver Coin 2017 Real gold plated ball High relief Proof 1.6 oz


Product Code: IH-S-LAB-17-01
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Name of series
Metal Silver
Mintage 5000
Fineness (% purity) 92.5%
Content (Troy OZ) 1.62
Denomination (MKD) 100 Denars
Weight (g) 50.41
Diameter (mm) 47
Year of Issue 2017
Country Republic of Macedonia
Edge Reeded
Quality Proof
Decoration Real gold plated ball; High relief coin
Package Yes
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
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✔ The coin makes you busy for hours of playing labyrinth.
✔ Unique design - labyrinth with a real gold plated ball - you can play!
✔ 50.41g of silver 92.5%
✔ Ultra High Relief labyrinth
✔ Legal tender collectible silver coin of Republic of Macedonia
✔ The perfect gift for all coin collectors ar art lovers
✔ Mintage is 5000 coins
✔ Special box and certificate
Creation: 1722-1724, architect. J.-B. Leblon
The labyrinth located in The Peterhof Palace in Saint Petersburg, Russia created in the first quarter of the XVIII century by the order of Peter I, is located in the eastern part of the Lower Park, near the Marlin Alley. In terms of it it is a rectangular area with an oval platform in the center. Eight alleys, diverging from the center, are intersected by an annular path, forming bosquets. All the paths and borders of the labyrinth are framed by trellises from bush linden growing along wooden gratings. In the bosques apple trees are planted and small areas with niches for garden benches are arranged.
In the center of the labyrinth is a swimming pool with a fountain of menagerie type. Although the fountain was depicted still on the original plan of J.-B. Leblon, he appeared only in the middle of the XVIII century, when a new plan for the decorative decoration of the Labyrinth was created by F. B. Rastrelli. The architect, without changing the size and layout, suggested decorating the pool with a fountain with sculpture, dolphins, bas-reliefs, brackets and vases. However, the project of FB Rastrelli was not fully implemented, since it required significant investments.
Lost by the beginning of the 20th century, the labyrinth was recreated on the basis of archaeological research and archival documents.

Your benefits:
• Extremely high international collectible demand
• Highly appreciated in an investing in collectible low mintage coins
• Present this beautiful coin to your loved one for any occasions or a great business gift



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