The first survey carried out among the Collectors by Germania Mint has come to an end. The result is clear (400 vs. 544 votes), the 2020 Germania will be minted with a bicephalous eagle. We would like to emphasize that thanks to this survey the whole numismatic society has an influence on our coins. We always listen to the Collectors’ opinions and we are searching for feedback regarding our work. We would like to thank you for all your votes and for sharing your thoughts on Germania Mint and its products.
The planned deliveries of the 2 and 5 oz coins from the series „The Allegories: Britannia & Germania 2019″ are planned from September the 15th and will take subsequent two weeks to be finalized. We sincerely apologize for the delay and all inconvenience caused by this situation.
We would like to inform you that the shipment of the „The Allegories: Britannia & Germania 2019″ 1 oz coin to our Distributors has started and it is going to be finalized until week 38. Please stay in touch with your distributor to get updated news.
We would like to inform you that the shipment date of the The Allegories: Britannia & Germania 2019 5 Mark 1 oz to our Distributors is delayed. We sincerely apologize for the situation. Please stay in touch with your distributor to get updated news.
Limited Mintage: Limited mintage worldwide of 50 000 coins
Obverse: Presents the image an oak leaf
Reverse: Displays the effigy of Germania Mint
Contains: 1 oz of 999.9 fine Silver
The design of the coin is devoted to the theme of an oak tree. The Germanic peoples treated this plant with greatest reverence, they worshiped the oak and believed that ghosts and gods lived inside it. It was also believed, that its fruits – acorns, were responsible for fertility, which was one of the magical abilities of an oak tree. On the obverse we can find an image of a single beautiful oak leaf together with an acorn.
The two-headed eagle is a symbol appearing in Roman mythology associated with Janus – the god of all origins, guardian of doors, gates, passages and bridges, the patron of allied agreements and arrangements. Heads facing the opposite symbolize the past and the future. The lightning bolts held in the claws of an eagle are a divine attribute, symbolizing strength and the power of creation and destruction. With the Oak Leaf we present a refreshed image of the effigy of Germania Mint.
Decide on the design of the 2020 Germania BU!
Dear Collectors, Fans, Stackers and Everyone in the Numismatic Community,
We invite you to make a joint decision about what the image of the obverse of the 2020 Germania BU will look like.
To take part in the survey, all you need to do is go to germaniamint.com/vote and choose whether the one- or two-headed eagle should accompany Germania on the next year’s coin.
You can vote once every day.
We are pleased to present to you the second personification from the series The Allegories: Columbia & Germania.
Obverse: Germania Mint presents a modern interpretation of both poetic personifications of America and the ancient Germanic land. In the second chapter of The Allegories, the feminine symbols of the United States and Germania walk together towards the future, symbolizing the common European past and tradition.
Reverse: We have created a fictional coat of arms, which will be minted on all coins from this series. This is our interpretation of Germania’s crest. The symbolism included in this design represents the moral principles and noble values, which are relevant till today.
This year, for the first time, we will take part in one of the largest numismatic events in the world – World’s Fair of Money. The event is organized by the American Numismatic Association, this time in Chicago. We invite you to visit us at the Germania Mint booth, which you will find in the section for mints (stand no. 1130 and 1132). We’ll be there from 12th to 17th of August 2019.
At the fair we will present all our coins, as well as upcoming new ones.
We would like to inform you that the shipment date of the Germania 5 Mark Ag 999.9 1oz Proof to our Distributors is delayed. We sincerely apologize for the situation. The new shipment date is week 15th 2019.
Thank you in advance for understanding.
Our first coin from The Allegories series is the silver Germania & Britannia, which will be available in 3 varieties: 1 oz, 2 oz and 5 oz. Natalia Danysz – the coin’s designer, spent many hours to work out the Germania Mint’s highest level of quality. That is why each week from now on we will uncover fragments of the reverse. Today only the inscriptions and the background are visible on our site. Next Monday we will present another part of the motif, so please stay tuned.
Germania Mint is the author and owner of all copyrights of the coins appearing on the site https://germaniamint.com. Only the coins appearing on our site are the official Germania Mint’s issues. Germania Mint is not responsible for any modifications to it’s designs made by other entities.
Due to the large number of inquiries concerning the issue of the „Iron Cross” edition, we would like to inform you that this is not an official issue of Germania Mint.
It is a private edition illegally pretending to be our official product.
We have already taken steps to remove our logo and information suggesting an official product of Germania Mint.
We are proud to present the Germania 2019 Proof coins. We invite you to familiarize yourself with our upcoming plan including two issues of proof quality.
Berserk is known for his mad courage and great strength, the invincible Odin’s protégé. His most terrifying attribute was a battle frenzy, in which he entered before the battle with the use of alcohol or hallucinogenic mushrooms. During this rampage the warrior drank human blood, screaming like a wild beast, bit his shield and his mouth was blowing foam. In the wild fury he was convinced that he was resistant to steel and fire and that nothing could hurt him.
In battle Berserk attacked everything he encountered without distinguishing between a friend and an opponent, wreaking havoc upon the ranks of the enemy. He approached for battle without armor, wearing only a skin of a bear, a wolf or a wild boar. On the one hand, it emphasized his wild nature, and on the other hand, he helped his allies to keep their distance when he was in a fury.
We invite you to the 48th edition of the World Money Fair 2019 – the world’s largest numismatic trade fair, which will take place on 1-3 of February in Berlin. The largest world mints, banks, numismatic companies and tens of thousands of collectors will take part in them. During the fair there will be premieres of commemorative coins, presentations of emission plans and technological innovations, industry lectures and many more. However, the fair is primarily an annual opportunity to meet among numismatic enthusiasts.
We also can not miss this great event. Therefore, we encourage you to meet us in Berlin (B28) in just a few weeks 🙂
In the December 2018 issue of the “Coin World” – one of the most respected collecting magazines in the world – an article was published about Germania coin, which is an effect of our cooperation with Germania Mint. We are happy that our work gains the attention of international coin enthusiasts and numismatic industry media.
We are proud that Germania coin is gaining more and more attention from collectors all around the world. This time “AgAuNews” – an online resource for numismatics’ enthusiasts – wrote about the Germania project, which is the effect of our product development for Germania Mint.
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