|Condition:||Fleur de coin|
|Geographical Origin:||Cook Islands|
Cook Islands 2011 $5 Soyuzmultfilm Winnie-the-Pooh Rabbit 1 Oz Silver Proof Coin
Country Cook Islands
Face Value 5 Dollars
Weight 1 Oz (31.10g)
Size 38.61 mm
Thickness 2.90 mm
Mintage 1700 pcs
Certificate of authenticity Yes
Presentation Case Yes
This silver proof coin with a serrated edge is dedicated to the Cartoons around „Winnie the Pooh“. The international series about the rotund plush bear with a love of snacking. In the first series (“Winnie the Pooh”,1969), we meet the main protagonist and several menacing bees, and in the second series (“Winnie the Pooh’s Visit”,1970) the bear pays a visit to the Rabbit, and ends up in a hopeless situation. In the third series (“Winnie the Pooh’s Day of Troubles”,1971) the donkey Eeyore is celebrating his birthday, and receives three useful gifts.
Founded in 1936, the film studio “Soyuzmultfilm” is a Russian animation studio based in Moscow. Over the years it has gained international attention and respect, garnering numerous awards both at home and abroad. Noted for a great variety of style, it is regarded as the most influential animation studio of the former Soviet Union. The studio has produced 1530 films during its existence.
This proof quality coin depicts the Rabbit holding a carrot. The coin is beautifully designed and the character offsets itself against the background, due to the applied color. You will also find the official “Soyuzmultfilm” trademark on the face of the coin.
Each coin features the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
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