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Золотая сакта I

Золотая сакта I Золотая сакта I
Тип: Золотая монета
Материал: Золото 999.9°
Год выпуска: 2016
Месяц выпуска: ноябрь
Номинал: 5 EUR
Максимальный тираж: 7 000
Качество: Proof
Вес (г): 3.1
Диаметр (мм): 18.00
Художники: Ингуна Элере
Изготовление матрицы: Солвита Рулле
Монетный двор: Münze Österreich (Австрия)



Продажа

Продавец Цена
Vladimir 163.00  [114.56 Ls] новое Кабинет коллекционера
Rns 168.00  [118.07 Ls] новое Кабинет коллекционера
Latviancoins 170.00  [119.48 Ls] новое Кабинет коллекционера
bank.lv 170.00  [119.48 Ls] новое Кабинет коллекционера
bank.lv * 160.00  [112.45 Ls] новое Кабинет коллекционера
Olegs 160.00  [112.45 Ls] Кабинет коллекционера

* Оптовая цена при покупке 10 или более монет

Покупка

Покупатель Цена
Vladimir 140.00 €  [98.39 Ls] новое Кабинет коллекционера
Derivats 150.00 €  [105.42 Ls] новое Кабинет коллекционера
Serge 150.00 €  [105.42 Ls] Кабинет коллекционера
VeryFine 140.00 €  [98.39 Ls] Кабинет коллекционера
Vadim 165.00 €  [115.96 Ls] старое Кабинет коллекционера
Proof 140.00 €  [98.39 Ls] Кабинет коллекционера

Obverse
 
There is a sequence of inscriptions "#Latvija", "#ripsakta", "#3_4gs", "5 euro" and "#2016" within the central field.
 
Reverse
 
The reverse features a stylised image of disc fibula.
 
Edge
 
Plain.
 
Smith hammers in the heaven,
Coal bursts into the Daugava.
He forges a brooch for the Sun's daughter
And a sword for the God's son.
 
(Latvian folksong)
 
The coin replicating a 3rd–4th century disc fibula is the first in the series of euro gold collector coins dedicated to Latvia's brooches and the country's centenary.
 
In the jewellery sets of the people of Latvia brooches appeared at the time when the east Baltic territory and its inhabitants were first mentioned in recorded history. In his work Germania, Cornelius Tacitus (56–117) mentioned the Aests, neighbours to the Germanic people, who collect amber – "(..) pick it raw, take it to the market rough and are surprised to receive payment."Amber was one of the barter goods, which also helped cultural contacts to flourish. As a result of these contacts, Roman coins appeared in the east Baltic region as did objects produced in the provinces of the Roman Empire, particularly jewellery.
 
The history of the brooch in the territory of Latvia began with various brooches from the early Iron Age (1st–4th century AD) – the so-called eye fibulae, tutulus fibulae, cross-ribbed fibulae, arbalest fibulae and round disc fibulae with openwork wheel, cross and fire cross motifs. The older brooches were imported, but soon the local craftsmen began to use them as models to make their own brooches, with their form reflecting the local aesthetic and mental concepts. Brooches were used to fasten and adorn clothing by all – men, women and children. The form of and ornamentation on brooches also served a protective function (jewellery as amulet). The form, size and material may have changed, yet the brooches have remained popular until the present day.
 
The disc fibula, a singular find in Dzelzava's Jaunzemji graveyard in Madona region, is cast in bronze, like all other brooches of that age. It is made in the openwork technique and is both laconic and luxurious at the same time: the openwork on its disc surface forms a complex geometrical ornament. The shiny bronze surface of the disc fibula and the contrasting material of the clothing seen through the openwork were very decorative. The disc fibula and its ornamentation may have also served as an amulet, reflecting the sun cult which was gaining importance in the crop-growing society. It is also associated with rotation, dynamism and continuity.

Последние изменения

[2017.07.28]   Eurogold: Монета Золотая сакта I снята с продажи
[2017.03.20]   Rns: Поступила в продажу монета Золотая сакта I c ценой 168.00
[2017.03.20]   Latviancoins: Поступила в продажу монета Золотая сакта I c ценой 170.00
[2017.03.20]   Eurogold: Поступила в продажу монета Золотая сакта I c ценой 170.00
[2017.03.20]   bank.lv: Поступила в продажу монета Золотая сакта I c ценой 170.00