Cook Islands – 2017 – 1 Dollar – Cherry Blossom Globe
Coin in a snowglobe? Yes why not! Celebrating spring in Japan in this Vienna globe.
In stock (can be backordered)
|Issuing Country||Cook Islands|
|Year of Issue||2017|
|Face Value||1 Dollars|
|Scope of Delivery||Box
|Special features||Color in snowglobe|
Celebrating spring time in Japan, the globe appropriately displays not a snowy landscape but the famous cherry blossom known as sakura. Thousands of pink flower petals slowly float and descend onto a charming little silver coin displaying a cherry tree in full bloom and a couple in embrace celebrating the Hanami festival.
The snow globe itself is produced in Vienna by the Perzy family business who invented the globes in the 19th century. The premium globes are handcrafted, made of highest quality glass and filled with pure alpine water.
The Cherry Blossom Globe is a marvelous numismamtic collectible that takes the viewer on an emotional journey like few other coins ever have. The romantic and ephemeral nature of the spring bloom and life itself are gracefully presented and make the Cherry Blossom Globe a truly exceptional display piece.