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2012 Palau 10 Dollar Silver Votive Church Vienna Antique
How Long Before this Stained Glass Votive Church Silver Coin Disappears?
Not long, if the previous four issues in this stained glass series of sacred arts coins are any indication. You see, every one of the first four issues is sold out at the mint! This 2012 Votive Church release shows a genuine stained glass window embedded into its surface. The window is reminiscent of those found in the Vienna, Austria church. The interior of the church is featured on the obverse and the exterior is shown on the reverse. The church was built between 1856 and 1879 as a monument to the failed attempt on the emperor’s life. It has an antique finish and is struck in 50 grams of sterling silver. It’s no wonder they sell out so fast-only 999 were minted!
|Year of Issue||2012|
|Coin Weight||50 Grams - g|
|Dimensions||42 x 42 mm|