Tamdakht Meteorite Strike silver coin with real cracks and a small hole


    This silver coin is dedicated to the subject 'meteorite impact' in such an authentic way, that it even shows signs of the damaged caused by the impact - featuring real cracks and a small hole. A few years ago, a coin featuring a piece of a real meteorite was considered to be innovative. Today it requires a little more effort in addition to the innovative technology to give the coin its special value. That's why this coin inspired on the Tamdakht meteorite fall ...

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    Striking Chondrite Impact – Meteorite NWA 4037 silver coin


    Can a coin accurately feature a deep, crater-like meteorite impact? This silver coin can, and it even includes a piece of a real meteorite. NWA 4037 is the meteorite that impacted in Northwest Africa in 2005, more precisely in Morocco. The pieces discovered in Morocco are actually from various impacts, as the meteorite broke into many pieces when it entered into the Earth's atmosphere. The coin has a concave shape that resembles the crater created with the impact ...

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    NEW COIN VIDEO REVIEW BY POWER COIN: VESTA THE LARGEST ASTEROID Hed Meteorites 3 Oz Silver Coin 20$ Cook Islands 2018

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    NEW COIN VIDEO REVIEW BY POWER COIN: WATCH IT NOW! This beautiful 3 Oz Silver coin is the fourth release in the “Meteorites” series and is dedicated to the largest asteroid – Vesta. The coin features a genuine HED-meteorite insert, has a stunning Ultra High Relief in lens shape, has an Antique Finish quality and comes packaged in an elegant case, along with the Certificate of Authenticity. Limited mintage to only 333 pcs worldwide! The reverse of the coin ...

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    Impressive Silver Chergach Meteorite coin


    This .999 silver coin is uniquely shaped to represent the Chergach Meteor strike which occurred in July of 2007. A large smoke cloud accompanied by loud blasts signaled the arrival of the meteorites to nomads travelling in the desert in the Timbuktu region of Mali in West Africa. Approximately 100 kilograms of these cosmic fragments were found in an area - or “fall site” - which was about 20 kilometers in length. In 2008, the Meteoritical Bulletin described ...

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