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25€ AUSTRIA 2021 - Smart Mobility

Getting from A to B promises to be both smart and exciting in the future. The plans and concepts illustrated on Smart Mobility, the 2021 edition of the Silver Niobium coin, suggest that mobility will also become healthier. This is because of the health benefits of cycling and using public transport, as well as the subsequent reduction in air and noise pollution in urban areas and the deceleration of global warming. The appearance of urban spaces will also change dramatically. The basic idea here is the ‘superblock’ concept, in which houses are grouped together as in a garden city and traffic moved to the periphery. Urban areas are thus transformed from parking lots into lively parks where children can effectively play in the street. This will result in more sustainable and environmentally friendly transport solutions. It also implies greater digitization, something that has already led to the invention of self-driving cars and buses and could make air taxis a common sight in the near future.The coin’s obverse is dominated by a blueprint of an air taxi. The futuristic craft fills the two-tone niobium core and spreads into the silver outer ring so as to underline the visionary nature of this concept. The coin’s reverse underlines the ecologically sustainable, decelerated aspect of smart mobility. The silver outer ring highlights the importance of public transport in the future while the niobium core focuses on the bike and scooter, the most sustainable individual means of mobility. Also in the niobium core, the superblock concept is seen as if through a lens. Facial value: 25 eurosYear: 2021Quality: Special not in shapeDiameter: 34.00 mmMetal: Silver alloy of niobium || Silver Ag 900 Ring / Niobium CoreFine Weight: 9.00 gTotal weight: 16.50 g..

77.00€

3€ AUSTRIA 2021 - Deinonychus Antirrhopus

3 euros AUSTRIA 2021 - Deinonychus Antirrhopus Glow in the Dark Size isn’t everything. Deinonychus antirrhopus is a case in point. The seventh supersaur in the superlative series may only have been three and a half meters in length, but it was one of the most dangerous and intelligent dinosaurs to have ever walked the earth. An inhabitant of what is now known as North America, Deinonychus lived some 110 million years ago. When moving nimbly around on two legs, it used its flexible tail to maintain its balance. Studded with numerous blade-like teeth with jagged edges, Deinonychus's jaws very were much those of a carnivore. Despite containing a brain large enough to suggest a highly intelligent animal, its skull was relatively narrow. This enabled Deinonychus to see stereoscopically and to estimate distances precisely - an essential prerequisite for a successful predator. But perhaps the most striking feature of Deinonychus was the large sickle-shaped claws on the second toe of its hind legs. The fossilized tracks of a Deinonychus show that these claws were splayed upwards and did not touch the ground during walking, all the better for fixing its prey to the ground with one leg while tearing it open with the claws on its long front legs.Deinonychus features all 12 of the extreme prehistoric animals in the Supersaurs series in silhouette on its obverse, while a colour-printed Deinonychus is shown in the company of a Xenoceratops on the coin’s glow-in-the-dark reverse. The 3 euro Supersaurs coins are legal tender in Austria. PaisAustriaValor facial3 eurosAño 2021Diametro34 mmPeso16 gramosAleacciónCuNi 25ColecciónDinosaurios..

23.50€

3€ AUSTRIA 2021 - Styracosaurus Albertensis

3 euros AUSTRIA 2021 - Deinonychus Antirrhopus Glow in the Dark The longest hornThey may have looked terrifying but the spikes and horns that protruded from the head of Styracosaurus albertensis were not necessarily used for violent purposes. The subject of the eighth coin in the Supersaurs series had four to six long spikes extending from its neck frill, a smaller horn on each cheek, and a single horn, up to 60 cm long and 15 cm wide, protruding from its nose. The function of those horns has long been the subject of scientific debate.In the case of some horned dinosaurs, horns certainly served as defence in the event of attack, although the neck frill would have been punctured quickly in combat. Bite marks of a Tyrannosaurus rex have been found on the frill of a Triceratops, for example. Another possibility is that males with bigger, more elaborate and more visible headgear had a better chance of intimidating their rivals in the herd and attracting available females during the mating season. The frills may also have been decorated with eye-catching patterns and bright colours, which could have served as a distinguishing feature or helped established the hierarchy within the herd. Who knows, they may also have served to impress their enemies to the extent that they would not even consider attacking Styracosaurus in the first place.Styracosaurus albertensis features all 12 of the extreme prehistoric animals in the Supersaurs series in silhouette on its obverse, while a colour-printed Styracosaurus is followed by a snarling Tyrannosaurus rex in the background of the coin’s glow-in-the-dark reverse. The 3 euro Supersaurs coins are legal tender in Austria. PaisAustriaValor facial3 eurosAño 2021Diametro34 mmPeso16 gramosAleacciónCuNi 25ColecciónDinosaurios..

22.00€

5€ AUSTRIA 2021 - A little miracle

Country: AustriaQuality:     uncirculatedFace value:     5 EuroDate of issue:     10.03.2021Coin design:       Mag. Helmut Andexlinger, Herbert Wähner, Kathrin KuntnerDiameter:     28.50 mmAlloy:     CopperTotal weight:     8.90 g..

8.00€

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25€ AUSTRIA 2020 - Big data

Facial value: 25 eurosYear: 2019Quality: Special not in shapeDiameter: 34.00 mmMetal: Silver alloy of niobium || Silver Ag 900 Ring / Niobium CoreFine Weight: 9.00 gTotal weight: 16.50 g..

85.99€

3€ AUSTRIA 2020 - Ankylosaurus

3 euros AUSTRIA 2020  Ankylosaurus Glow in the Dark Given just how tough the armoured ankylosaurus magniventris was, it is not surprising that this massive herbivore was one of the last large non-avian dinosaurs to roam the earth. Looking like a four-legged tank with a broad torso covered in humps, spines and protected by a bone-plated corset, not to mention horns pointing backwards from the back of its head, ankylosaurus magniventris is brought to life in vivid detail on the fourth coloured coin in the Supersaurs series. Only appearing a couple of million years before the extinction of non-flying dinosaurs, at the end of the cretaceous period some 68–66 million years ago, ankylosaurus magniventris measured 9 metres in length and weighed around 3.5 tons. Needing to eat up to 60 kg of food per day, the dinosaur thus had little time for anything else. This has led some experts to speculate that the beast’s extraordinarily wide belly – hence ‘magniventris’ –  accommodated a digestive system that was able to process food in several stages.Ankylosaurus magniventris features all 12 of the extreme prehistoric animals in the Supersaurs series in silhouette on its obverse, while a colour-printed ankylosaurus is shown in its native prehistoric habitat, with a predator in the background, on the coin’s glow-in-the-dark reverse. The 3 euro Supersaurs coins are legal tender in Austria. PaisAustriaValor facial3 eurosAño 2020Diametro34 mmPeso16 gramosAleacciónCuNi 25ColecciónDinosaurios..

23.50€

3€ AUSTRIA 2020 - Arambourgiania

3 euros AUSTRIA 2020  Mosasaurus Glow in the DarkThe prehistoric behemoth that features on the third coin in the Supersaurs series is the largest flying animal to have ever dominated the skies – Arambourgiania. With a beak like a pelican, a neck like a giraffe, wings like a giant bat and a crest like a Mohican haircut, this extraordinary pterosaur is brought colourfully back to life on this superb coin.  Widespread short-tailed flying reptiles that died out at the end of the Cretaceous period some 66 million years ago, Arambourgiania were enormous creatures. Researchers estimate that the largest species had a 3-metre-long neck, a 13-metre wingspan and stood 5 metres tall. The earliest vertebrates known to have evolved powered flight, pterosaurs are often referred to as "flying dinosaurs". While that is not the case, they were more closely related to dinosaurs than to contemporary reptiles such as the crocodile.Arambourgiania features all 12 of the extreme prehistoric animals in the Supersaurs series in silhouette on its obverse, while a colour-printed Arambourgiania is shown in its native prehistoric habitat on the coin’s glow-in-the-dark reverse. The 3 euro Supersaurs coins are legal tender in Austria.PaisAustriaValor facial3 eurosAño 2020Diametro34 mmPeso16 gramosAleacciónCuNi 25ColecciónDinosaurios..

23.50€

3€ AUSTRIA 2020 - Mosasaurus

3 euros AUSTRIA 2020  Mosasaurus Glow in the DarkThe largest and most impressive animals to have ever lived are celebrated in Supersaurs. The series brings prehistoric giants back to life in the shape of 12 superb glow-in-the-dark coins, each one dedicated to a prehistoric behemoth that ruled the waves, roamed the land or dominated the skies. The second coin features Mosasaurus, the largest marine reptile, which hunted in the seas of the late Cretaceous period before dying out some 66 million years ago.Descended from land-dwelling monitor lizards, though equipped with flippers, Mosasaurus was a carnivorous sea-dwelling reptile found in Western Europe and North America, and possibly in Japan and New Zealand. Mosasaurus means ‘Meuse lizard’, as the first specimen was found near the River Meuse in the Netherlands. The giant reptile comprised almost 40 different genera with numerous species, the largest known, M. hoffmanni, reaching lengths of up to 17 meters. Experts believe that Mosasaurus lived near the surface of the water, where it preyed on fish, turtles, birds, pterosaurs and plesiosaurs. Despite its ability to do so, it is believed that Mosasaurus did not dive into deeper waters.Mosasaurus features all 12 of the extreme prehistoric animals in the Supersaurs series in silhouette on its obverse, while a color-printed Mosasaurus is shown hunting in a seascape on the coin’s glow-in-the-dark reverse. The 3 euro Supersaurs coins are legal tender in Austria.PaisAustriaValor facial3 eurosAño 2020Diametro34 mmPeso16 gramosAleacciónCuNi 25ColecciónDinosaurios..

26.50€

3€ AUSTRIA 2020 - TYRANNOSAURUS REX

3 euros AUSTRIA 2020  TYRANNOSAURUS REX Glow in the Dark Given just how tough the armoured ankylosaurus magniventris was, it is not surprising that this massive herbivore was one of the last large non-avian dinosaurs to roam the earth. Looking like a four-legged tank with a broad torso covered in humps, spines and protected by a bone-plated corset, not to mention horns pointing backwards from the back of its head, ankylosaurus magniventris is brought to life in vivid detail on the fourth coloured coin in the Supersaurs series. Only appearing a couple of million years before the extinction of non-flying dinosaurs, at the end of the cretaceous period some 68–66 million years ago, ankylosaurus magniventris measured 9 metres in length and weighed around 3.5 tons. Needing to eat up to 60 kg of food per day, the dinosaur thus had little time for anything else. This has led some experts to speculate that the beast’s extraordinarily wide belly – hence ‘magniventris’ –  accommodated a digestive system that was able to process food in several stages.Ankylosaurus magniventris features all 12 of the extreme prehistoric animals in the Supersaurs series in silhouette on its obverse, while a colour-printed ankylosaurus is shown in its native prehistoric habitat, with a predator in the background, on the coin’s glow-in-the-dark reverse. The 3 euro Supersaurs coins are legal tender in Austria. PaisAustriaValor facial3 eurosAño 2020Diametro34 mmPeso16 gramosAleacciónCuNi 25ColecciónDinosaurios..

23.50€

5€ AUSTRIA 2020 - Horses

Country: AustriaQuality:     uncirculatedFace value:     5 EuroDate of issue:     11.03.2020Coin design:       Mag. Helmut Andexlinger, Herbert Wähner, Kathrin KuntnerDiameter:     28.50 mmAlloy:     CopperTotal weight:     8.90 g..

7.50€

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Euroset AUSTRIA 2020 - S/C

Country: AUSTRIAFacial value: 5.88 eurosYear: 2020Quality: S/C..

24.99€

1.50€ AUSTRIA 2019 - Duke Leopold V

PaisAustriaValor facial1.50 eurosAño2019MetalPlata .999Diametro37.00 mmPeso31.1 gramosMotivoDuke Leopold V..

25.00€

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25€ AUSTRIA 2019 - Artificial inteligent

Facial value: 25 eurosYear: 2019Quality: Special not in shapeDiameter: 34.00 mmMetal: Silver alloy of niobium || Silver Ag 900 Ring / Niobium CoreFine Weight: 9.00 gTotal weight: 16.50 g..

91.99€

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3€ AUSTRIA 2019 - The crayfish

Glow in dark Three years since enthusiasts keen to get their hands on the much-coveted Colourful Creatures coins began queueing outside the Austrian Mint shop on the day of issue, the bestselling series is now drawing to a close in the shape of the Crayfish, the twelfth and final glow-in-the-dark coin in the series. Freshwater relatives of the much bigger lobster, which they resemble closely, crayfish live only in unpolluted streams, river and lakes as they cannot tolerate contaminated water sources. For this reason, although once abundant throughout the continent, the European crayfish, also known as the noble crayfish, has seen its numbers dwindle. Moreover, it is susceptible to the crayfish plague carried by the invasive North American signal crayfish, so is listed as a vulnerable species on the IUCN Red List. A traditional food source, particularly in Scandinavia, the European crayfish is generally considered to be the finest edible crayfish. The Crayfish features all 12 animals in the Colourful Creatures series in silhouette on its obverse, while a colour-printed crayfish is shown on the coin’s glow-in-the-dark reverse. The first ever Austrian 3 euro coins, Colourful Creatures are legal tender in Austria. Total weight:     16.00 gAlloy:     CuNi 25Diameter:     34.00 mmCoin design:    Mag. Helmut Andexlinger, Anna RastlFace value:     3 EuroCollection:     Colourful CreaturesQuality:     Special uncirculatedCountry:      Austria..

32.50€

Euroset AUSTRIA 2019 - S/C

Country: AUSTRIAFacial value: 5.88 eurosYear: 2019Quality: S/C..

22.99€

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