Why add this Germania Mint Valkyries series 2023 1 oz. silver Ostara Valhalla brilliant uncirculated medal to your collection?
The Valkyries series, which is a celebration of the goddesses of Germanic mythology, was introduced by the Germania Mint in 2022. This second release of the exciting series is an homage to Ostara Valhalla, the goddess of fertility, rebirth and the season of spring.
- This 2023 Ostara Valhalla medal contains 1 Troy oz. of .9999 fine silver.
- The medal’s gorgeous imagery is showcased by a stunning brilliant uncirculated finish.
- The 38.61 mm diameter medal is not legal tender.
- The medal represents the second installment of the Germania Mint’s Valkyries series.
- The medal will ship with its original Certificate of Authenticity.
- Mintage is limited to just 25,000 pieces.
Spectacularly Detailed Imagery
Obverse: On the obverse, Ostara Valhalla stands in the wilderness, in the company of a deer and a hare, which are both emblematic of fertility. The young woman is clothed in a medieval style gown, wearing a floral wreath upon her head and a pendant displaying the Berkanan rune. The Berkanan rune symbolizes vitality, regeneration, female fertility and beauty. “OSTARA” is inscribed above, in a lettering style inspired by the character shapes of the Runic alphabet.
Reverse: The reverse features a wooden shield framed by a wide decorative border. The border is adorned with a delicate Celtic knot pattern which is augmented with Germanic runes symbolizing divine protection, fertility, energy and love. The frame surrounds an image of a bellowing deer, the bicephalous (two-headed) eagle logo of the Germania Mint, the inscriptions “GERMANIA 2023,” “1 OZ AG 999.9” and the ornamental “5 MARK” denomination.
Expertly Minted Medal
This 2023 Germania Mint Valkyries Series 1 oz. Silver Ostara Valhalla medal is presented in ungraded Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition. Expect the bullion medal to possess a remarkably sharp, superior quality strike, beautifully finished surfaces and outstanding eye appeal. The medal is housed in a protective acrylic capsule as originally packaged by the Mint, accompanied by a themed Certificate of Authenticity.