MYSTIC WOLF 2021 Mongolia 1/10th proof oz gold coin
With the Majestic Eagle CIT launched its enhanced smartminting® technology at the WMF 2020 in Berlin. It was an instant success. Now it is time to reveal the successor – the Mystic Wolf.
Mongolia has a large wolf population that numbers around 30,000. Mongolia’s sweeping landscapes and wide-open valleys are a perfect hunting environment for a wolf pack as they can cover great distances when hunting for food and can reach speeds of 85 km/h.
Wolves on one hand can be graceful and peaceful looking animals while on the other hand they can be ferocious killers that inspire fear with their snarling teeth. These two sides of the wolf are captured perfectly on these stunning coins.
The range of coins include several specifications and a wide range of metals. Copper, Silver, Gold or Platinum. Make your choice and catch your Mystic Wolf before it catches you.
The reverse shows a front facing view and a side profile of a wolf in its calm state. The side profile view is struck in ultra high relief with an incredible amount of detail given to the fur and facial features. The smartminting® relief extends all the way to the edge of the coin! You can tell the wolf is looking off in the distance scanning the landscape. The front facing view of the wolf is expertly struck so that it appears like the wolf is a ghosted image in the background. Razor fine detail and relief combine together to create this effect.
The obverse is awe-inspiring and shows the snarling mouth of the wolf. You can almost feel the impending attack! His teeth are struck in ultra high relief and the spaces between are inset into the surface which provides an amazing contrast. The tilted effigy is shown where the wolf’s nose is and provides yet even another layer of ultra high relief. The background has a unique geometric pattern with the hidden “2021” date struck into the design.the coat of arms of the Bank of Mongolia, below in Cyrillic script 1000 Togrog.
MYSTIC WOLF 2021 Mongolia 1/10th oz gold coin is package inside of a Nimbus frame. A certificate of authenticity is printed on the reverse of the coloured insert which holds the coin in place.