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Coins/silver rounds with holograpic design - thoughts?


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I recently bought these from the Central Mint of Taiwan. 

Personally, I think the holographic design is really visually appealing. 

They come with a higher premium, interested to know if people think that cost is worth it for the flashy design.   



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Interesting as a sample.  Argor-Heraeus Kinebars use a similar technology for their anti-counterfeiting holograms.

2 hours ago, Minted said:

How is the holographic design produced?  Is it likely to get damaged over time?

They do look interesting but personally not something I'd pay extra for.

It it's the same tech as Kinebars, it's etched into the surface with a laser.

The Sovereign is the quintessentially British coin.  It has a German queen on the front, an Italian waiter on the back, and half of them were made in Australia.


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