Delivering superlative quality, this uniquely stylized ingot features Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi, the eternal portrayal of wisdom and wealth, in brilliant color. The reverse features the auspicious ‘Shree Yantra’, ‘Shree Ganesh Yantra’, and ‘Shlokas’ in pristine Sanskrit.
8 Grams Anjali Gold Coin
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The rose has long been a source of fascination and inspiration for cultures around the world. The rose has captivated and enchanted man's imagination for centuries. Today, the rose is a very popular design on the Emirates Gold investment bars.
The first decorative motif ever to embellish a precious metal bar, PAMP's distinctive Lady Fortuna design is famed the world over as assurance of PAMP quality and authenticity. Here, the Roman goddess of prosperity is portrayed with all of her mythical attributes: Sheaves of wheat, poppies, Horn of Plenty, precious coins, and Wheel of Fortune.
The front of the bar features an engraved image of Lady Fortuna. The PAMP Fortuna series of gold bars was the first series to enter the precious metals market with an artistic image on the front.
The reverse of the bar contains the weight, fineness, brand, and serial number. Each PAMP Minted gold bar comes with its own serial number, which is also confirmed on the assay certificate.
Known as the "Maneki -Neko", the 'lucky cat' is believed to bring good luck and fortune to its owner. Originating from the 17th century, a stray cat taken in by a temple was believed to have saved a samurai lord and his men from being struck by lightning by raising its paw and beckoning them towards it.
This coin features a white lucky cat with its right paw raised for wealth and good fortune. The design includes the Chinese characters for “ushering in wealth and prosperity”, and The Perth Mint’s traditional ‘P’ mintmark. The coin is issued as legal tender under the authority of the Government of Tuvalu, and its obverse portrays the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the 2018 year-date, and the monetary denomination.
Lord Ganesha and Goddess Laxmi are the eternal celestial duo signifying wisdom and wealth. The coin depicts their lifelike splendor and details their venerable appearance with an enhanced 3d effect, which presents the religious deities in remarkable poise and elegance.
Turkish Gold coins harken back to the days of the Ottoman Empire, which encompassed much of the Arabian peninsula prior to its break-up in the aftermath of World War I. These historic coins contain beautiful calligraphy!
Obverse: The center of the coin depicts Tugra. This is a calligraphic monogram of the Ottoman Turkish Sultan. The signature is surrounded by laurel twigs and torches, a symbol of victory and honor. Above, seven stars sign on the signature. Reverse: The monogram on the central part of the coin is surrounded by a laurel wreath. At the top of the coin are minted stars and in the bottom year of the coin.
The coin features Lord Ganesha and Goddess Laxmi in a lifelike splendor – the eternal celestial duo symbolizing wisdom and wealth.
The “tola” is a traditional Indian unit of weight. It is a Hindi word, derived from the Sanskrit word “Tula”, defined as a balance, scale, or weight. The unit was introduced by England’s East India Company in 1836. Although the gram is India’s official unit of weight, the tola continues to be used in the Indian Sub-Continent, and in the Middle East. Tola bars traditionally have a millesimal gold purity of 999, but 999.9 bars are also manufactured. A serial number is not normally stamped on the bar.
The birth dates for people ruled by the Chinese Lunar rooster include 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, and 2017. Those born under the influence of this sign are said to be hardworking, loyal, honest, and sociable.
The reverse of the coin depicts a colored rooster, a hen, and three chicks standing amongst bamboo foliage and flowers. The Chinese character for ‘rooster’ and the inscription ‘Year of the Rooster’ also appear in the design with The Perth Mint’s traditional ‘P’ mintmark. Issued as legal tender under the Australian Currency Act 1965, the coin’s obverse depicts the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, and the monetary denomination.
Sukh Samridhi silver series depicts Lord Ganesh and Goddess Laxmi, seated next to each other within the Garbhagriha, the sanctified, innermost sanctum of a temple.
An exceptional celebration of the Year of the Dog, this unique release features the shape of a dog etched in authentic Australian opal which makes a wonderful gift for those born in the Year of the Dog. The gemstone feature is embedded within a silver coin depicting stylized leaves and flowers. Included in the design are the inscription YEAR OF THE DOG, the 2018 year date, and The Perth Mint’s traditional ‘P’ mintmark.
The coin is presented in a prestigious display case with a light, which turns on as you open the lid and illuminates the stunning individual colors of the opal. The coin is packaged within a beautifully illustrated shipper and a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
Limited Mintage of 5,000 only*