Why add this impeccable 1 oz. silver 2022 Germania proof medal to your collection?
2022 is the fourth year of issue of the Germania Mint’s series honoring the strength, courage and beauty of Germania, the metaphorical female figure representing the ancient Germanic territory.
- This 2022 Germania medal contains 1 Troy oz. of .9999 fine silver.
- The proof medal features a 38.61 mm diameter and a single year of issue design.
- The perfectly graded medal includes the original Mint package.
- Each medal in the 1,000 piece limited mintage is struck with a unique serial number on its edge.
Picturesque Germania Imagery
Obverse: Lady Germania is illustrated with confidence and poise on the obverse, as she steps from sea to land, while clutching an imperial sword (Reichsschwert) and a patriotic shield. Her faithful companion, a bicephalous (two-headed) eagle is depicted in flight beside her, ready call out a forewarning of potential danger. The double-headed eagle symbolizes the trust in knowledge gained from past experience to move forward into the future. Inscribed “GERMANIA 2022” and “1 OZ AG 999.9.”
Reverse: The Germania Mint’s heraldic styled emblem is centered on the reverse, featuring a meticulously rendered two-headed eagle with a pair of notched bolts held in its talons. The image is surrounded by the inscriptions “5 MARK” and “GERMANIA,” along with a pair of gently curving branches of laurel. Since the Euro has been the official currency of the nation since 1999, the German Mark denomination is purely an ornamental attribute of the design.
Proof 70 Excellence
This 2022 Germania Mint 1 oz. Silver Germania medal was submitted to the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) for review. Featuring a perfectly executed, exceptionally sharp strike, flawless surfaces and spectacular eye appeal, the medal was awarded the superior grade of Proof 70. The proof medal is presented in a sonically sealed protective holder with a NGC certification label. The graded medal is accompanied by the Germania themed original Mint package and Certificate of Authenticity, which is number matched to the medal.