2019 Egypt Golden Treasures of Ancient 2oz Silver Antiqued $2 Coin NGC MS 70 FR
2019 Egypt Golden Treasures of Ancient 2oz Silver Antiqued $2 Coin NGC MS 70 FR
2019 Egypt Golden Treasures of Ancient 2oz Silver Antiqued $2 Coin NGC MS 70 FR
2019 Egypt Golden Treasures of Ancient 2oz Silver Antiqued $2 Coin NGC MS 70 FR
2019 Egypt Golden Treasures of Ancient 2oz Silver Antiqued $2 Coin NGC MS 70 FR
2019 Egypt Golden Treasures of Ancient 2oz Silver Antiqued $2 Coin NGC MS 70 FR
2019 Egypt Golden Treasures of Ancient 2oz Silver Antiqued $2 Coin NGC MS 70 FR
2019 Egypt Golden Treasures of Ancient 2oz Silver Antiqued $2 Coin NGC MS 70 FR
2019 Egypt Golden Treasures of Ancient 2oz Silver Antiqued $2 Coin NGC MS 70 FR

2019 Egypt Golden Treasures of Ancient 2oz Silver Antiqued $2 Coin NGC MS 70 FR
CERTIFICATION # WILL VARY. LOW NGC MS 70 FR Pop. With Perth Mint OGP (Box, showing device & COA). Golden Treasures of Ancient. Which has been authenticated, encapsulated and graded by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) at a perfect MS 70. The coin is in perfect condition. The NGC holder is brand new. Any spot or hairiness you see in the picture are not on the coin but on the scanner. We have more than one items in listing so the. CERTIFICATION NUMBERS WILL VARY. Please ask us for any detail information. We Take Your Satisfaction Very Seriously. Coins should remain in their original holders. Please pay within 7 days. The item “2019 Egypt Golden Treasures of Ancient 2oz Silver Antiqued $2 Coin NGC MS 70 FR” is in sale since Friday, July 26, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Australia & Oceania\Australia\Commemorative”. The seller is “njicoins” and is located in Sugar Land, Texas. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Australia
  • Certification Number: VARY
  • Certification: Both NGC & the Perth Mint
  • Grade: MS 70 ANTIQUED First Releases
  • Year: 2019
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Composition: .9999 Silver

2019 Egypt Golden Treasures of Ancient 2oz Silver Antiqued $2 Coin NGC MS 70 FR
1960, Egypt (United Arab Republic). Heavy Gold 5 Pounds Coin. (42.6gm) NGC MS62
1960, Egypt (United Arab Republic). Heavy Gold 5 Pounds Coin. (42.6gm) NGC MS62
1960, Egypt (United Arab Republic). Heavy Gold 5 Pounds Coin. (42.6gm) NGC MS62
1960, Egypt (United Arab Republic). Heavy Gold 5 Pounds Coin. (42.6gm) NGC MS62
1960, Egypt (United Arab Republic). Heavy Gold 5 Pounds Coin. (42.6gm) NGC MS62
1960, Egypt (United Arab Republic). Heavy Gold 5 Pounds Coin. (42.6gm) NGC MS62

1960, Egypt (United Arab Republic). Heavy Gold 5 Pounds Coin. (42.6gm) NGC MS62
1960, Egypt (United Arab Republic). Heavy Gold 5 Pounds Coin. Mint Year: 1960 Mintage: 5,000 pcs. Reference: Friedberg 119, KM-402. Denomination: 5 Pounds – Aswan Dam Condition. Certified and graded by NGC as MS-62 the grade could be considered conservative as the coin appears as to be proof-like! 875 Weight: 42.6gm. Obverse: Birdview of the Aswan Dam Powerstation, flanked by sprays. The Aswan Dam powers twelve generators each rated at 175 megawatts, producing a hydroelectric output of 2.1 gigawatts. Power generation began in 1967. When the dam first reached peak output it produced around half of Egypt’s entire electricity production (about 15% by 1998) and allowed most Egyptian villages to use electricity for the first time. The High Dam has also improved the efficiency and the extension of the Old Aswan Hydropower stations. Reverse: Arabic inscriptions above dual date (1960 AD / AH 1379) above ancient Egyptian winged sun. The winged sun is a symbol associated with divinity, royalty and power in the Ancient Near East (Egypt, Mesopotamia, Anatolia, and Persia). In ancient Egypt, the symbol is attested from the Old Kingdom (Sneferu, 26th century BC), often flanked on either side with a uraeus. In early Egyptian religion, the symbol Behedeti represented Horus of Edfu, later identified with Ra-Harachte. It is sometimes depicted on the neck of Apis, the bull of Ptah. As time passed (according to interpretation) all of the subordinated gods of Egypt were considered to be aspects of the sun god, including e. From roughly 2000 BC, the symbol also appears in the Levant and Mesopotamia and Asia Minor. It appears in reliefs with Assyrian rulers and in Hieroglyphic Anatolian as a symbol for royalty, transcribed into Latin as SOL SUUS literally, “his own self, the Sun”, i. The 8th century BC, the winged solar disk appears on Hebrew seals connected to the royal house of the Kingdom of Judah. Many of these are seals and jar handles from Hezekiah’s reign, together with the inscription l’melekh (“belonging to the king”). Typically, Hezekiah’s royal seals feature two downward-pointing wings and six rays emanating from the central sun disk, and some are flanked on either side with the Egyptian ankh (“key of life”) symbol. Prior to this, there are examples from the seals of servants of king Ahaz and of king Uzziah. Compare also Malachi 4:2, referring to a winged “Sun of righteousness”: But unto you that fear my name shall the Sun of righteousness arise with healing in his wings… The Aswan Dam is an embankment dam situated across the Nile River in Aswan, Egypt. Since the 1950s, the name commonly refers to the High Dam , which is larger and newer than the Aswan Low Dam, which was first completed in 1902. Following Egypt’s independence from the United Kingdom, the High Dam was constructed between 1960 and 1970. It aimed to increase economic production by further regulating the annual river flooding and providing storage of water for agriculture, and later, to generate hydroelectricity. The dam has had a significant impact on the economy and culture of Egypt. Before the dams were built, the Nile River flooded each year during late summer, as water flowed down the valley from its East African drainage basin. These floods brought high water and natural nutrients and minerals that annually enriched the fertile soil along the floodplain and delta; this made the Nile valley ideal for farming since ancient times. Because floods vary, in high-water years, the whole crop might be wiped out, while in low-water years widespread drought and famine occasionally occurred. As Egypt’s population grew and conditions changed, both a desire and ability developed to control the floods, and thus both protect and support farmland and the economically important cotton crop. With the reservoir storage provided by these dams, the floods could be lessened, and the water could be stored for later release. The item “1960, Egypt (United Arab Republic). Heavy Gold 5 Pounds Coin. (42.6gm) NGC MS62″ is in sale since Wednesday, October 3, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Africa\Egypt”. The seller is “coinworldtv” and is located in Europe. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Certification: NGC
  • Certification Number: 3935960-11
  • Grade: MS62
  • Composition: Gold
  • Year: 1960
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated

1960, Egypt (United Arab Republic). Heavy Gold 5 Pounds Coin. (42.6gm) NGC MS62
1923, Egypt, King Fuad I. Scarce Gold 20 Piastres (1/5 Pound) Coin. NGC MS-63
1923, Egypt, King Fuad I. Scarce Gold 20 Piastres (1/5 Pound) Coin. NGC MS-63
1923, Egypt, King Fuad I. Scarce Gold 20 Piastres (1/5 Pound) Coin. NGC MS-63
1923, Egypt, King Fuad I. Scarce Gold 20 Piastres (1/5 Pound) Coin. NGC MS-63

1923, Egypt, King Fuad I. Scarce Gold 20 Piastres (1/5 Pound) Coin. NGC MS-63
1923, Egypt, King Fuad I. Scarce Gold 20 Piastres (1/5 Pound) Coin. Mint Date: 1923 (AH 1341) Denomination: 20 Piastres (1/5 Pound) Condition. Certified and graded by NGC as MS-63! 875 Weight: 1.7gm. Obverse: Bust of King Fuad I of Egypt left, flanked by arabic legends. Reverse: Decortive medalion with Kufic inscriptions. Dual date (1929 / AH 1348) at sides. Fuad I (26 March 1868 – 28 April 1936), was the Sultan and later King of Egypt and Sudan, Sovereign of Nubia, Kordofan, and Darfur. The ninth ruler of Egypt and Sudan from the Muhammad Ali Dynasty, he became Sultan of Egypt and Sudan in 1917, succeeding his elder brother Sultan Husayn Kamil. He substituted the title of King for Sultan when the United Kingdom formally recognized Egyptian independence in 1922. Fuad struggled with his sister throughout his reign. In 1930, he attempted to strengthen the power of the Crown by abrogating the 1923 constitution and replacing it with a new constitution that limited the role of parliament to advisory status only. Large scale public dissatisfaction compelled him to restore the earlier constitution in 1935. Fuad was born in Giza Palace in Cairo, the seventh son of Isma’il Pasha. His mother was Farial Kadin. As a great-grandson of Muhammad Ali Pasha, Fuad was of Albanian descent. He married his first wife in Cairo, 30 May 1895 at the Abbasiya Palace in Cairo, 14 February 1896, H. She was his cousin and the only daughter of Field Marshal H. Prince Ibrahim Fahmi Ahmad Pasha. They had two children, a son, Ismail Fuad, who died in infancy, and a daughter, Fawkia. Unhappily married, the couple divorced in 1898. During a dispute with the brother of his first wife, Fuad was shot in the throat. He survived, but carried that scar the rest of his life. Fuad married his second wife at the Bustan Palace, Cairo, 26 May 1919. Abdu’r-Rahim Pasha Sabri, sometime Minister of Agriculture and Governor of Cairo, by his wife, Tawfika Khanum Sharif. Queen Nazli also was a maternal granddaughter of Major-General H. Muhammad Sharif Pasha, sometime Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs, and a great-granddaughter of Suleiman Pasha, a French officer in Napoleon’s army who converted to Islam and reorganized the Egyptian army. The couple had five children, the future Farouk I and four daughters, the Princesses Fawzia (who became Queen Consort of Iran), Faiza, Faika, and Fathiya. As with his first wife, Fuad’s relation with his second wife was also stormy. The couple continually fought; Fuad even forbidding Nazli from leaving the palace. Fuad died at the Qubba Palace in Cairo and was buried at the Khedival Mausoleum in the ar-Rifai Mosque in Cairo. The item “1923, Egypt, King Fuad I. Scarce Gold 20 Piastres (1/5 Pound) Coin. NGC MS-63″ is in sale since Sunday, December 3, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Gold”. The seller is “coinworldtv” and is located in Europe. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Certification: NGC
  • Certification Number: 2060291-022
  • Grade: MS63
  • Composition: Gold

1923, Egypt, King Fuad I. Scarce Gold 20 Piastres (1/5 Pound) Coin. NGC MS-63
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