Discover the captivating world of artistry and emotion with the "VEXED MAN Striking Heads 2 Oz Silver Coin." This extraordinary coin pays homage to the remarkable alabaster bust sculpted by the talented German artist Franz Xaver Messerschmidt in the late 18th century.
The Vexed Man is a masterpiece that captures the essence of human emotion in its rawest form. The intricately designed coin showcases Messerschmidt's mastery in portraying the complexity of the human psyche. The torment and anguish depicted on the Vexed Man's face are brought to life through the coin's exquisite relief and intricate detailing. Every furrowed brow, every tense muscle, and every tightly clenched feature convey a sense of inner turmoil that resonates with viewers.
Crafted from .9999 fine silver, this 2 oz coin features a diameter of 38.61 mm, allowing for a striking canvas to showcase the coin's intricate design. The ultra high relief achieved through the smartminting® technique adds a depth and dimensionality that truly captures the essence of the original sculpture. The proof quality of the coin ensures a flawless and mirror-like finish that enhances every fine detail, from the intricate facial expression to the texture of the Vexed Man's hair.
With a limited mintage of only 999 pieces, the "VEXED MAN Striking Heads 2 Oz Silver Coin" is not only a collector's dream but also a tribute to the timeless artistic creations that continue to resonate with audiences across centuries. This coin is a tangible embodiment of human emotion and artistic brilliance, inviting you to explore the depths of the human experience and the power of visual storytelling.
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.