- Ships to you in a custom box with certificate ofauthenticity included.
- Maximum mintage set at 7,500 coins for global distribution!
- Celebrates the 300th anniversary of the Spanish Post.
- Contains .925 pure silver(0.80296 ozt actual silverweight).
- Issued a face value of 10 (Euros) by the Fabrica Nacional de Moneda Timbre.
- Obverse features the portrait of King Felipe VI.
- Reverse includes postal imagery, as well as the colorized crowned post horn of the Spanish Royal Post.
- Available in BU condition.
Coins in this number have a Brilliant Uncirculated grade. BU coins exhibit no signs of wear and tear on the surfaces, but you are probably to notice minor detracting flaws such as breaks in the luster, spotted surfaces, or touch marks from the production process. The spanish Post was granted by a Royal Warrant of King Philip V on July 13, 1716. Although in the first place used for the Kings parallelism and diplomatic dispatches, the sanction granted by the King finally evolved into a national service, with a accomplished reorganization taking place by 1743.
today, the spanish Post is one of the largest postal services in the world. Headquartered in the national capital of Madrid, the Sociedad Estatal de Correos y Telegrafos has over 10,000 locations and offices throughout Spain.
On the obverse of the 2016 spanish Silver Spanish Post mint is the left-profile portrayal of the current King of Spain, Felipe VI. textbook on this confront of the coin features only the year of issue for the coin and the Kings broad style of Felipe Vi Rey de Espana.
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The reverse of the coin celebrates the tercentennial of the spanish Post with an engraving of the crown mail horn in the center, which are finished in a brainy imbue of yellow. Above the image is that of postal elements including two different envelope sizes. The coins face prize is engraved on this side. Each of these 2016 spanish Silver Spanish Post Coins is a product of the Royal Mint of Spain. Despite the long history of kingdoms in Spain, there was not an official autonomous batch until Philip V made coin minting a state of matter monopoly in the eighteenth hundred. If you have any questions, dont hesitate to reach out to JM Bullion at 800-276-6508. Were besides available on-line using our be world wide web chat and electronic mail services. To see similar products, check out our broad choice of Silver Coins .