Just 50 unique beer bottle-top shaped coins available
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Just 29 unique beer bottle-top shaped coins available

This is the world's first ever 'beer bottle top-shaped' legal tender coin.

Issued in honour of the 500th Anniversary of the Bavarian Purity Law - the enactment by Duke Wilhelm IV of Bavaria in 1516 states that only 4 ingredients can be used to produce the beer and even provides a restriction on pricing. 

Uniquely shaped like a beer bottle top, this is a fitting tribute to this landmark occasion in the history of brewing. Whether you're a beer lover or coin enthusiast - or both - this is a coin that simply must be in your collection.

The obverse of the crown-cap-shaped coin shows the coat of arms of the issuing state below an outrigger canoe. Whilst the reverse shows two toasting beer mugs and a crown on a background of blue and white lozenges is pictured.

This innovative coin has been struck to an immaculate Proof Finish and has an edition limit of just 2,500 worldwide.

Presented in a custom-made tin case, your coin comes complete with a coaster Certificate of Authenticity.

We have just 29 of these impressive bottle-top coins available. Due to the unique nature and minting breakthrough these coins will not be available for long.

Secure yours now to ensure you are one of the 29 collectors to own one.

Order Ref 185/181E/Z

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  • Country of Issue: Palau
  • Year of Issue: 2016
  • Metal: 999/1000 Silver
  • Weight: 2.5g
  • Denomination: One Dollar
  • Diameter: 32mm
  • Finish: Proof
  • Edition Limit: 2,500

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
The Westminster Collection does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.