Why add this flawless First Releases 1 oz. silver Germania Mint 2022 Germania Medal to your collection?
The Germania Mint (located in Poland) introduced the Germania series in 2019. The series gained quick popularity for its breathtaking annually changing designs issued in reverence to Germania, the female personification and mythical guardian of the historic lands of the Germanic region.
- This Germania Mint 2022 Germania medal is crafted from 1 Troy oz. of .9999 fine silver.
- The medal features the fourth single year of issue design of the Germania series.
- The medal measures 38.61 mm in diameter.
- The perfectly graded medal qualified for the collectible First Releases designation.
- The bullion medal is part of a 25,000 piece limited mintage.
Meticulously Detailed Interpretation of Germania
Obverse: The obverse portrays Lady Germania transitioning from sea to land, commencing the next phase of her journey while armed with a patriotic shield and an imperial sword (Reichsschwert). Her companion bicephalous (two-headed) eagle flies ahead, alert for any signs of danger. The two-headed eagle symbolizes confident movement into the future, while utilizing knowledge accumulated from events of the past. Inscribed “GERMANIA 2022” and “1 OZ AG 999.9.”
Reverse: The heraldic badge of the Germania Mint is located on the reverse, illustrating a double-headed eagle with two notched bolts gripped in its talons. The image is flanked by two branches of laurel, with a parchment-like texture in the background. Inscriptions include “GERMANIA” and the strictly decorative denomination of “5 MARK.” When Germany adopted the Euro as its national currency in 1999, the German Mark was officially retired.
Spectacular Mint State 70
This 2022 Germania Mint 1 oz. Silver Germania medal was submitted to the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) for review within thirty days of its date of release. Possessing an amazingly sharp, flawless strike, perfectly finished surfaces and exceptional eye appeal, the medal was deemed to be in pristine Mint State 70 condition. The bullion medal is encapsulated in a sonically sealed protective holder accompanied by the NGC’s First Releases certification label.