Proof - from the series: Zodiac series, art by Kagaya
|Weight:||1 troz (31.1 gram)|
Kagaya is a well-known Japanese artist in the field of digital art.
For his works, he needs a thorough knowledge of astronomy, aerospace and the myths of the world. In addition, his paintings are decorated with a unique sense of colour. With his unique style, he has achieved attention and recognition abroad.
He has placed a depiction of the goddess Hera on the back. According to Greek legend, she sent a crab to distract , whom she hated it, as he struggled with the multi-headed snake Hydra. Unfortunately Hercules was distracted by the crab only long enough to crush it under his foot. Hera honoured the crab defeated by Hercules by raising him up as a constellation in the sky.
On the front of the ingot a portrait relief of Queen Elisabeth II. is to visible, which is the work of the British sculptor Raphael Maklouf.
Material: 999/1000 fine silver
Size: 55 x 33 mm
Weight: 31.1 g
Year of issue: 2012
Limited edition: 8,000 pieces (here no. 0166)
Original packaging: Capsule packed in a folder with explanations and certificate
|Member since:||December 15, 2014|
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