The Germania Columbia coin combines the images of two lands represented as powerful, beautiful women. The design of the coin is in purple-red saturated color, while the details of the image retain an actual silver tint. The coin has a very high quality of detailing and a deep historical meaning embedded in the design. The design of the coin is filled with different senses and symbols, revealing the fundamental principles of countries. The unity and mutual respect of two strong nations are marked on the coin as a wreath on one of the heroines. The women proclaim the principle of the immutability of Germany and Colombia despite the distance. Together, they walk with confidence across vast distances from European latitudes to South America. A ribbon in the lower corner of the royal shield with applied flower bud-shaped inflorescences stands for freedom, unity, and prosperity.
Each design element in this series of coins has its own unique historical origin. The symbolism of a boar (wild boar) is contradictory, but in its interpretations, the positive meaning prevails. The boar symbolizes belligerence and masculinity, which indicates the ability of countries to stand up for themselves. First of all, Germania Columbia is coins, which can become the center of your collection of coins. Not every coin can demonstrate the quality of chasing or sophistication of design, as coins from two parts of The Allegories. Take a look at the other coins in this series, and you may find the perfect shade for you. And if you want to buy silver coins in quantity from two pieces - you will get a discount on our site.
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2 customer reviews
Wow!Review by Bonnie (Posted on July 11, 2020)
Wow, I am so impressed with this color! The coin is precious and absolutely beautiful. Shipping and communication by UC Coins was stellar as always.
Purpureuse is my favorite!Review by Brandi (Posted on July 11, 2020)
I just got a beautiful "Germany Colombia" in Purpureuse. It looks so great! It's my favorite silver coin!