Many cultures believe that the view of a negative person can have a bad influence on fate. It is a so-called "evil eye," a curse intended to harm or injure uninformed people. Wherever people believe in this curse, it is common to use various amulets and symbols to protect against evil looks. Some of these amulets have become very popular, such as an amulet like Nazar. It's a circle made to look like an eye. Many people may not know this, but the Nazar amulet is used to protect against the evil eye. This symbol is usually depicted as a circle. The most common black circle symbolizing the pupil is in the center of a yellow or blue spot. At the periphery - white or light blue stripe. Most often, it's made of glass. On the coin "Liberty Evil Eye," amulet is made of Real Gemstone. The base of the stone is blue, the pupil is black, and the white circle around it is white with inclusions of the shimmering pigment.
The coin was issued in 2018 and is made of .9999 silver. The reverse of the coin is fully coated with 24K gold. On the obverse, gold is visible on the rim, text, and some decorative elements of the coinage. The central figure of the Liberty coin has a beautiful blue color with a metallic tint. The background image of the composition is neutral, made in predominant beige shades with individual blue fragments of illustration. The coin comes in a beautifully designed individual case with the inscription "Gemstone Amulets." You can buy silver coins with other amulets on our website.
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Beautiful collectible coinsReview by Steven (Posted on July 07, 2020)
Just received my 2nd order. Excellent customer experience from start to finish. Beautiful collectible coins with awesome design.
Interesting silver coinReview by Emmett (Posted on July 06, 2020)
I like coins with an unusual design. I like that there are many unique coins on this website. I think my collection will be even brighter and more interesting soon.