EARLY RELEASES COINS ARE EXTREMELY RARE!! PF 70 Ultra Cameo. (PF is Proof Finish). 9999 beautiful coin captures the unusual physical characteristics of the The Universe by having an incredible Borosilicate Glass Art struck in an amazing proof finish with. He design of this coin has been given added luminescence, and will glow in the dark. Additionally, this coin has a handcrafted. Borosilicate fine art globule. Of colored glass that contains a colored swirl of silver dust. This coin is a. First coin of 2016. Year and is a lovely addition to any collection featuring fine artwork, natural images, science or space memorabilia, or Canadian coins in general. This hand painted and engraved 99.99% pure silver coin. Features the amazing Borosilicate Glass Art and is a unique work of art and design. Furthermore, this incredible coin. This is the first coin in the Royal Canadian Mints The Universe series celebrating our universe with an exquisitely engraved and selectively colored silver coins featuring reflective, shimmery color to bring the beauty of the universe by using. This coin presents a rare opportunity to view. Furthermore, this coin has been designated as. By Numismatic Guarantee Corporation (NGC) – which means that this coin was sent to NGC for grading in the first 30 days of its release. Additionally, a super rare. Canada – Canadian Flag and Niagara Falls Label. From NGC is present!! This coin boasts features never seen on a coin before. The design of this coin has been given added luminescence, and will glow-in-the-dark as well, each coin has a. Handcrafted borosilicate fine art globule of colored glass. Colored swirl of silver dust. To create an image of the universe that is one-of-a-kind. S status as the first nation to possess an officially recognized dark sky reserve, a distinction that is a source of pride for Quebecers, particularly those living in the blackout region of Mont-Mégantic. Theres a universe of wonders crafted into this coin, starting with the way silver dust swirls together with a variety of borosilicate colored glass pieces to re-create an image of the universe. This coin has its own unique swirl which is captured in a globule of borosilicate glass that has been handcrafted and applied to this coin. The glass was also given added luminescence to capture the faint glow of the galaxy – a stunning effect!! This spectacular fine silver coin captures the beauty of the universe by using the proof finish and glow-in-the-dark technology. This coin presents a rare opportunity to view this the universe, which is superbly rendered due to the incredible engraving skills of the Royal Canadian Mint. This amazing coin features a combination of color and glow paint along with a specially selected borosilicate fine art colored glass that also glows in the dark. The use of multiple finishes further showcases the combined craftsmanship and artistry that have produced this. This coin is an exceptional keepsake for stargazers, astronomers, outdoor enthusiasts, anyone who has ever marveled at the wonders of the night sky. This fine silver coin exemplifies the Royal Canadian Mints continuing spirit of innovation , along with the remarkable craftsmanship and artistry for which it is internationally renowned. This amazing 99,99% pure silver coin features multiple technologies to bring out the stunning beauty of The Universe using beautiful proof finish and glow-in-the-dark technology. Additionally, this coin was expertly struck in a three-dimensional proof finish with a mirror background on a stunning one ounce pure silver coin is minted from. 9999-fine silver by the Royal Canadian Mint, and has a limited mintage of 8,500 worldwide and this example has been graded a perfect PF 70 Ultra Cameo, the highest possible grade from NGC. This is a mega rarity and a unique opportunity to own a true masterpiece!! Design by Canadian artist. The forested setting of the Mont-Mégantic Observatory beneath a clear, star-filled sky. A globule of borosilicate glass shines with a stunning image of the universe. The round, crystal-clear qualities of the glass are similar to peering through a telescope lens, and its luminescence further enhances the viewers experience of gazing into the galaxy. No two glass pieces are alike – as each one is unique and handcrafted by master coin designer which makes each coin a “little” masterpiece in its own right. This coin contains added. Luminescence in the colored sky. That captures the faint glow of the galaxy and a. Stunning effect that also shines from some of the stars. The county of origin. Is located at the bottom left side of this coin. The denomination – 20 DOLLARS – is located at the bottom of this coin. Year-date – 2016 – is located on the bottom right side of this design. Contains the profile of Queen Elizabeth II. Of this coin is serrated. A very rare label is also present. Canadian Flag and. The NGC label provides further guarantee of the coin’s weight, purity, and overall quality – adding a factor of collectability to this unique coin. Included with this super rare coin is the Original Government Packaging (OGP) – large black outer case with the Royal Canadian Mint’s logo imprinted on the box, large durable maroon clam-shell inner box and a. Which will also accompanies this packaging. By the Government of Canada. The coin has been expertly struck by the Royal Canadian Mint and has a limited mintage worldwide of only 8,500 coins. His certificate of authenticity for this coin presents the valuable insight for this coin in both English and French languages – as both are the official languages in. A truly magnificent work of art!! The Universe is all of time and space and its contents. The Universe includes planets, stars, galaxies, the contents of intergalactic space, the smallest subatomic particles, and all matter and energy. The observable universe is about 28 billion parsecs (91 billion light-years) in diameter at the present time. The size of the whole Universe is not known and may be infinite. Observations and the development of physical theories have led to inferences about the composition and evolution of the Universe. Throughout recorded history, cosmologies and cosmogonies, including scientific models, have been proposed to explain observations of the Universe. The earliest quantitative geocentric models were developed by ancient Greek philosophers and Indian philosophers. Over the centuries, more precise astronomical observations led to Nicolaus Copernicus’s heliocentric model of the Solar System and Johannes Kepler’s improvement on that model with elliptical orbits, which was eventually explained by Isaac Newton’s theory of gravity. Further observational improvements led to the realization that the Solar System is located in a galaxy composed of billions of stars, the Milky Way. It was subsequently discovered that our galaxy is just one of many. On the largest scales, it is assumed that the distribution of galaxies is uniform and the same in all directions, meaning that the Universe has neither an edge nor a center. Observations of the distribution of these galaxies and their spectral lines have led to many of the theories of modern physical cosmology. The discovery in the early 20th century that galaxies are systematically red-shifted suggested that the Universe is expanding, and the discovery of the cosmic microwave background radiation suggested that the Universe had a beginning. Finally, observations in the late 1990′s indicated the rate of the expansion of the Universe is increasing indicating that the majority of energy is most likely in an unknown form called dark energy. The majority of mass in the universe also appears to exist in an unknown form, called dark matter. Pondering the universe is as old as the ages. Its the common thread that connects us to every civilization that has come before. And while todays high-tech world has brought greater understanding, new questions always arise, eyes still gaze upwards on starry nights, and we still wonder, Who are we? Why are we here? There are numerous observatories around the world probing the universe to find answers to humanitys ageless questions. Among them is the Observatoire du Mont-Mégantic, Québec. After Corning Glass Works introduced Pyrex in 1915, the name became a synonym for borosilicate glass in the English-speaking world. Borosilicate glass is created by adding boric oxide to the traditional glass maker’s frit of silica sand, soda, and ground lime. Since borosilicate glass melts at a higher temperature than ordinary silicate glass, some new techniques were required for industrial production. Borrowing from the welding trade, burners combining oxygen with natural gas were required. Borosilicate glass is a type of glass with silica and boron trioxide as the main glass-forming constituents. Borosilicate glasses are known for having very low coefficients of thermal expansion (3 × 106 /°C at 20 °C), making them resistant to thermal shock, more so than any other common glass. Such glass is less subject to thermal stress and is commonly used for the construction of reagent bottles. Borosilicate glass has a wide variety of uses ranging from cookware to lab equipment as well as a component of high quality products such as implantable medical devices and devices used in space exploration. For a YouTube video regarding this amazing coin presented in Original Government Packaging. This coin is of extreme rarity due to the extreme popularity of the subject matter being Canadian Observatory – Glow-In-The-Dark Technology with Borosilicate Glass Art and mega rare. Low mintage of 8,500. Furthermore, with the highest possible grade of. With a very rare. Canada – Canadian Flag and Niagara Falls label. This coin is an amazing rarity and an ultimate treasure!! This coin never appears for sale on the open market and of supreme rarity in perfect grade – hence forth the ultimately low population. Numismatic Guarantee Corporation (NGC) has graded this coin. Certified at Proof 70. Grade, the Numismatic Guaranty Company guarantees that this coin has no post-production imperfections at five times the magnification. The Authenticity and The Grade of this coin are guaranteed!! – the population of this coin as of December 27, 2016 – and there will be no increase in this population due to the fact that this coin is designated Early Releases by NGC and the 30-day release period of this coin has long expired!!! This is an extremely limited and extremely rare coin!! Technical Specifications for This Coin. With Borosilicate Glass Art. Fineness: 0.9999 = 99.99%. Legal Tender: Canadian Legal Tender. Large Outer Box, Large Inner Box. Reverse Designer: Susanna Blunt. Mint Facility: Royal Canadian Mint. Country of Origin: Canada. Year of Issue: 2016. For this item, within the continental. The item “2016 Canada Silver $20 The Universe Borosilicate Art PF70 UC ER NGC Coin” is in sale since Tuesday, December 27, 2016. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Canada\Commemorative”. The seller is “coinmaestro” and is located in Maineville, Ohio. This item can be shipped to United States, to Canada, to United Kingdom, DK, RO, SK, BG, CZ, FI, HU, LV, LT, MT, EE, to Australia, GR, PT, CY, SI, to Japan, SE, ID, to Belgium, to France, to Hong Kong, to Ireland, to Netherlands, PL, to Spain, to Italy, to Germany, to Austria, SG, NO, SA, AE, BH, HR, MY, CL, CO, CR, PA, TT, GT, HN, JM.
- Grade: Proof 70 Ultra Cameo
- Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
- Certification: NGC
- Country/Region of Manufacture: Canada
- Metal Content: Pure Silver
- Year of Issue: 2016
- Certification Number: 4274442-022