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.925 Silver 27,4g

Diameter 38,6mm

Mintage 30.000 pcs

Original box & CoA

39.00 €
19.90

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.925 Silver 27,4g

Diameter 38,6mm

59.00 €
25.00

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.925 Silver 27,4g

Diameter 38,6mm

Mintage 20.000 pcs

Original box with CoA

54.00 €
29.00

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.925 Silver 25,5g

Diameter 38,6mm

Mintage 15.000 pcs

Original box with sertificate.
 

54.00 €
19.90

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.925 Silver 25,5g

Diameter 38,6mm

Mintage 10.000 pcs

25.00

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.925 Silver 25,5g

Diameter 38,6mm

Mintage 7.000 pcs

25.00

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.925 Silver 25,5g

Diameter 38,6mm

Mintage 7.000 pcs

25.00

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.925 Silver 25,5g

Diameter 38,6mm

Mintage 33.000 pcs

Original box with CoA

 

59.00 €
25.00

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.925 Silver 25,5g

Diameter 38,6mm

Mintage 24.000 pcs

Original box & CoA

54.00 €
25.00

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.925 Silver 25,5g

Diameter 38,6mm

Mintage 5.000 pcs
25.00

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.925 Silver 25,5g

Diameter 38,6mm

Mintage 26.000 pcs

Original box & CoA

59.00 €
25.00

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.925 Silver 25,5g

Diameter 25,5g

Mintage 28.000 pcs

Original box with CoA

59.00 €
25.00

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.925 Silver 25,5g

Diameter 38,6mm

Mintage 5.000 pcs

42.00 €
19.90

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.925 Silver 25,5g

Diameter 38,6mm

Mintage 15.000 pcs
29.90

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42.00 €
25.00

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29.90

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Weight: 25.5 g .925 Silver

Diameter: 38.6 mm

Mintage: 7.000

Issued: 11.9.2011

Sertificate with box.
29.90
Issued 28.1.2011
29.90

Technical data:

 

Metal: Ag 925
Diameter: 38,6 mm
Weight: 25,5 g
Quality: Proof, BU
Mintage: Proof 20 000, BU 20 000

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Technical data:

 

Metal: Ag 925
Diameter: 38,6 mm
Weight: 25,5 g
Quality: Proof, BU
Mintage: Proof 20 000, BU 20 000

29.90

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A celebration of the artistry of the Finnish goldsmith. Mint of Finland's Fabergé coin tells the story of a Finnish boy who became one of the most famous Fabergé workmasters in the world. You can order the coin that will delight goldsmiths, lovers of fine jewellery and admirers of luxury items alike from Mint of Finland's online outlet store from 20 February on.

The collector coin minted in proof quality is packaged in a fine gift package that tells a story of the coin.

Having left to become an apprentice in St Petersburg at the age of just 13, Henrik Wigström (1862-1923) was Fabergé's head workmaster for 15 years until the Russian revolution forced Fabergé to shut down its workshops.

To this day, Finns have been able to enjoy the master craft of Wigström's contemporary goldsmiths. This is all thanks to the fact that after the Russian revolution, the Finnish goldsmiths returned to their country of birth, in turn conveying their skills to new generations of craftsmen. At that time, 20 per cent of all goldsmiths working in St Petersburg were Finnish.

An Imperial collector coin

Mint of Finland's Fabergé coin depicts the famous Easter eggs made by Wigström for the Russian Tsar and his wife.

The obverse side of the goldsmiths' coin depicts an unfinished Easter egg and a graver. The collector coin is a souvenir of the "Coronation" Easter egg, a gift by Nicholas II to his consort Empress Aleksandra Feodorovna on Easter 13 April 1897. Henrik Wigström was responsible for the production of the egg and his signature on the inside of the shell bears testimony to this.

The reverse side of the collector coin depicts a swan, in homage to another example of Wigström's exquisite workmanship, the "Swan" Easter egg. The surprise within the egg is a swan made of platinum, gold and prescious stones, swimming on a lake of aquamarine.

The collector coin has been designed by sculptor Pertti Mäkinen, who also designed the national side of the Finnish one-euro coin.

A part of a European coin collection

The 'Henrik Wigström and European artists' collector coin is Finland's contribution to the European Silver Star collector coin programme organized by mints around Europe. Since 2004, several European countries have participated in the programme by issuing coins under a unified theme.

Technical data

Nominal value 10 €
Metal Ag 925
Diameter 33 mm
Weight 17 g
Mintage BU 15 000
Designer Pertti Mäkinen
Issue date 3.2.2012
Year Stamp 2012

 

29.90
Delivery weight: 40 g

Collector coin for caring and nursing. Sophie Mannerheim, the sister of Marshal Mannerheim, is the prototype of the modern woman. She was an independent forerunner and a prominent figure of her time, working to develop nursing practices and promote the wellbeing of children. Sophie Mannerheim collector coin supports the New Children’s Hospital 2017 project.

The new collector coin minted in honour of Sophie Mannerheim celebrates the pioneer of Finnish nursing and, in a sense, also carries on her work, as the profits from the coin will be used in support of the New Children’s Hospital 2017 project. Planning is underway for a new children’s hospital in Helsinki to replace the obsolete premises of the Children's Hospital and Children's Castle. Collector coin enthusiasts as well as all who enjoy the beauty and high quality of Finnish products can now join the effort to build a new children’s hospital by purchasing a Sophie Mannerheim collector coin. For every Sophie Mannerheim collector coin purchased, 5 € will be donated in full for the construction of the new children’s hospital.

Sophie Mannerheim dedicated her life to helping children

The life work of Sophie Mannerheim is an inspiration to all who value nursing and caring. Mannerheim, with her empathic nature and resolute spirit, left the idle life of an aristocratic lady behind and began studying nursing. This bold decision would have a tremendous impact on Finnish health care.

During her career, Mannerheim modernised Finnish nursing training, and was also a leading figure when the Mannerheim League for Child Welfare and the Children's Castle were established. In 2013, we celebrate the 150th anniversary of her birth. The Mint of Finland is joining the celebration by issuing a collector coin in her honour; the coin is designed by Petri Lounas, and it depicts Sophie Mannerheim's love for children, and her desire to focus on the future.

Sales of the collector coin dedicated to Sophie Mannerheim will commence on 2 April 2013. The polished coin is packaged in a gift box and adorned by a ribbon bearing the message of cooperation with the New Children's Hospital 2017 project.

 

Nominal value 10 €
Quality Proof
Metal Ag 925
Diameter 38,6 mm
Weight 25,5 g
Mintage 17 000
Designer Tero Lounas
Year stamp 2013
Issue date 2.4.2013
72.00 €
39.00
40.00

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