Prepare to be mesmerized by the breathtaking beauty of the Tiffany Art Isfahan 3 oz Silver Coin. Following the tremendous success of the limited 5 oz gold edition in 2020, CIT has responded to collectors and dealers' requests by introducing two new editions that showcase the architectural wonder of Naghsh-e Jahan Square in Isfahan, Iran.
These magnificent coins pay homage to the Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, a stunning architectural masterpiece located on the east side of the city square. The highly detailed relief captures the intricate beauty of the mosque's arches and exquisite tile work, transporting you to the heart of Persian art and culture. As you admire the coin, you'll be captivated by the meticulous craftsmanship that brings the grandeur of this UNESCO World Heritage site to life.
The integration of the artful Tiffany style glass into the design adds an extra layer of elegance and sophistication. Through the innovative use of smartminting© technology, CIT has achieved a remarkable fusion of the tiffany series' stunning details with the flawless finishes of both proof and black proof. The contrast between the black proof finish and the proof finish creates a visual spectacle, showcasing the coin's versatility and the mastery of modern minting techniques.
With a limited mintage of only 999 pieces, this 3 oz silver coin is a rare and highly sought-after treasure. The popularity of the Tiffany Art series and the incredible beauty of the Isfahan design make a swift sellout of this monumental issue highly anticipated. Don't miss your chance to own a piece of numismatic art that celebrates the rich heritage of Persian architecture and leaves a lasting impression with its breathtaking craftsmanship.
The smartminting© technology is a ground-breaking advancement in contemporary numismatics that permits an unparalleled level of ultra-high relief, and it establishes novel benchmarks in the coin industry.
- This technology enables the production of standard weight coins with larger diameters, while maintaining high relief height.
- It also allows for coins with greatly reduced weight to maintain standard relief heights and permits coins with only slightly increased weight to exhibit high reliefs.