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2021 Armenian Noah's Ark, 1/4oz Silver Coin


Manufacturer: Leipziger Edelmetallverarbeitungs GmbH

Leipziger Edelmetallverarbeitungs GmbH

Weight (grams): 7.78 grams

Pure Silver content (grams): 7.775

Fineness: 999

Dimensions: 20mm x 3.2mm thickness

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QTY Net Per Unit VAT Per Unit Gross Per Unit
1+ €17.00 €3.57 €20.57
2+ €13.00 €2.73 €15.73
5+ €10.60 €2.23 €12.83
10+ €9.80 €2.06 €11.86
20+ €9.30 €1.95 €11.25
40+ €9.20 €1.93 €11.13
100+ €9.00 €1.89 €10.89

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On the 31st of December 2020 the UK/EU transition period ended. We have temporarily paused orders during this time until we are sure our delivery partners are operating as normal. Thank you for your continued patience.

Brand new 2021 1/4oz silver Noah's Ark coin from Armenia.

The Silver Noah's Ark was designed by Eduard Kurghinyand and these coins were issued for the first time in 2011, making this the tenth anniversary of this coin.

The reverse side of the coin shows Noah's Ark in front of Mount Ararat with the dove of peace in front. On the obverse of the coin is the Armenian National Coat of Arms, surrounded by the inscription 'Republic of Armenia' written in both Armenian and English. You can also see the manufacturer's mark, the nominal face value of 100 Dram, the purity of .999 silver (AG), the year, and the weight of a quarter ounce (1/4oz).

Armenia is a middle-eastern nation, situated between Georgia, Azerbaijan, Turkey and Iran. Production of these coins is sourced out to Leipziger Edelmetallverarbeitungs GmbH at their plant in Rötha, Germany.