3rd Series Spanish Painters - Goya

Prices

Official retail price in Spain, excluding any relevant taxes:

The Sets

Complete Set - 1.782 Euros (*)

Silver Set - 392 Euros

Individual coins

8-escudos gold - 1.390 Euros (**)

Cincuentín silver - 260 Euros

8-reales silver - 44 Euros

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

(**) 8-escudos gold: exempt from VAT in EU member states.


Details

The set is composed of five proof quality coins, blister-packed and presented in jewel cases. The coins are accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by the FNMT-RCM and they are sold in three different presentations: singly, as a Silver Set (grouping the Cincuentín and the three 8-real coins), and as the Complete Set which includes all five coins.

3rd Series Spanish Painters - Goya
Name Composition Face value Weight Diameter Quality Mint run
8 escudos 999 Gold 400 € 27g 38 mm Proof 3.000
Cincuentín 925 Silver 50 € 168,75 g 73 mm Proof 6.000
8 reales 925 Silver 10 € 27g 40 mm Proof 10.000

8-escudos gold

This coin with a denomination of 400 Euro, portrays in his obverse a rendering of the etching entitled "Francisco de Goya y Lucientes, a painter".

The reverse of this first coin features a rendering of the etching entitled «Volaverunt».

Both works form part of the "Les Caprices" series that is housed in the Prado Museum, Madrid.

Cincuentin silver

This coin with a face value of 50 Euro reproduces on the obverse the central scene from the oil painting «A garrochista», work than can be viewed at the Prado Museum in Madrid.

The reverse reproduces the oil painting "Aquelarre", housed in the Lázaro Galdiano Fundation, in Madrid.

8 reales-silver "Duel with Cudgels"

The obverse, common to the three silver 8-real coins, reproduces the painting "Self-Portrait". That work can be viewed at the Prado Museum in Madrid.

The reverse of this first 8-real coin that has been given a 10-euro face value depicts the work "Duel with Cudgels", in the Prado Museum as well.

8-reales silver "The Grape Harvest" or "Autumn"

The obverse, common to the three silver 8-real coins, reproduces the painting "Self-Portrait". That work can be viewed at the Prado Museum in Madrid.

The reverse of this second 8-real coin that has been given a 10-euro face value depicts the work "The Grape Harvest" or "Autumn". As in the former case, both works can be viewed at the Prado Museum in Madrid.

8-reales silver "The Clothed Maja"

The obverse, common to the three silver 8-real coins, reproduces the painting "Self-Portrait". That work can be viewed at the Prado Museum in Madrid.

The reverse of this third 8-real coin that has been given a 10-euro face value depicts the work "The Clothed Maja". The work is housed, as is the one featured on the obverse, in the Prado Museum.


Introduction

This set dedicated to the talented artist Francisco de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828) is the third issue in the series entitled "Spanish Painters", with which we wish to honor the most exceptional Spanish creators throughout history.

This 3rd Series is made up of five collector coins that re-create some of the painter's most well-known works of art.