2nd Series Numismatic Treasures

Introduction

A new series of collector coins entitled 'Numismatic Treasures' was launched in 2008, the primary purpose being to reproduce some exceptional coins from Spain's numismatic collections.

This second set minted in 2009 is dedicated to the Centén and the Cincuentín. The set is composed of three coins, each of which reproduces a coin of a denomination that was issued in 1609 in the reign of Felipe III.

Link: 1st Series Numismatic Treasures


Prices

Official retail price in Spain, excluding any relevant taxes:

The Set

Case containing 3 coins - 637 Euros (*)

Individual coins

Silver Centén - 300 Euros

Cincuentín - 260 Euros

Gold Centén - 77 Euros (**)

(*) Sets containing gold and silver coins: VAT will be applied only to the silver coins.

(**) Gold Centén: exempt from VAT in EU member states.


Details

Minted in Proof quality, the collector coins in this second series of Numismatic Treasures are sold in stylish jewel cases.

The coins may be purchased either singly, or as the complete set of three coins.

Details - 2nd Series Numismatic Treasures
Name Quality Face value Weight Diameter Mint run
Silver Centén Minted in .925 silver, covered in .999 gold 100 € 168,88 g 73 mm 6.000
Cincuentín Minted in .925 silver 50 € 168,75 g 73 mm 6.000
Gold Centén Minted in .999 gold 20 € 1,24 g 13,92 mm 12.000

Silver Centén

Reproduced on the obverse and occupying the predominant position is the obverse of a coin of 100 escudos, namely the Centén, issued in 1609 in the reign of Philip III.

The reverse reproduces the reverse side of the above-mentioned original coin.

Cincuentín

Reproduced on the obverse and occupying the central area is the obverse of a coin of 50 reales, namely the Cincuentín, issued in 1609 in the reign of Philip III.

The reverse reproduces the reverse of the original coin minted in the 17th century.

Gold Centén

Reproduced on the obverse and occupying the predominant position is the obverse of a coin of 100 escudos, namely the Centén, issued in 1609 in the reign of Philip III.

The reverse reproduces the reverse side of the above-mentioned original coin.