1 oz 2019 Wiener Neustadt | 825th Austrian Mint Anniversary Silver Coin
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You’ll be treated to the lowest rates on the internet, when you purchase your 1 oz 2019 Wiener Neustadt 825th Austrian Mint Anniversary silver coin from our online store today. This all new series recreates the story of the founding of the renowned Austrian Mint in three unique offerings (of which this coin is the second), in celebration of the mint’s 825th anniversary.
The coin’s reverse depicts, in astonishing detail, the original Burg Wiener Neustadt, built between 1193 and 1194, this was the first castle in Wiener Neustadt. Only a light border distracts from the reverse’s remarkable feature, which showcases the castle and its grounds in all their glory, each turret, window, brick and leaf stunningly realized.
The obverse features a stylized rendering of a one of Leopold’s crusaders on horseback, his trademark shield, helmet and banners clearly visible. Also on the obverse, the Austrian legend, the coin’s denominational value and the year of issue, along with details of metal content, weight and purity.
Duke Leopold funded the building of the fortress and town of Wiener Neustadt in 1194, with the ransom paid to him after his ‘kidnapping’ of the English king, Richard the Lionheart. Appreciate a story so rich with intrigue, it reads like a novel and diversify your portfolio with a 1 oz 2019 Wiener Neustadt 825th Austrian Mint Anniversary silver coin today.
In multiples of 20 these coins will be shipped in a plastic tube. In multiples of 500 these coins will be shipped in a monster box.
|A crusader on horseback along with the weight, purity and denominational value of the coin.|
|Wiener Neustadt Castle and surounding area.|