Cook Islands – 2021 – 20 Dollars – Gods Of The World AMATERASU
€ 499.95This item will be released on April 30, 2021.
The 5th issue in the most awesome awarded God series coins. Minted in 3oz pure .999 silver on a 55mm blank using Smartminting. Only 333 pcs are released worldwide.
Available for pre-ordering
|Issuing Country||Cook Islands|
|Year of Issue||2021|
|Face Value||20 Dollars|
|Weight||3oz / 93.3 grams|
|Scope of Delivery||Box
|Special features||High relief with smartminting|
Amaterasu is the 5th coin release in the most awesome awarded God series. The is the Goddess of the sun and the universe in Japanese mythology. Minted in 3oz pure .999 silver on a 50mm blank using Smartminting. This gives the coin an ultra high relief with the smallest fine details possible! Only 333 pcs are released worldwide. Get it now before they are gone!
Amaterasu, also known as Amaterasu-Omikami or Ohirume-no-Muchi-no-Kami among other names, is the goddess of the sun in Japanese mythology. One of the major deities (kami) of Shinto, she is also portrayed in Japan’s earliest literary texts, the Kojiki (ca. 712 CE) and the Nihon Shoki (720 CE), as the ruler (or one of the rulers) of the heavenly realm Takamagahara and the mythical ancestress of the Japanese imperial house via her grandson Ninigi. Along with her siblings, the moon deity Tsukuyomi and the impetuous storm god Susanoo, she is considered to be one of the “Three Precious Children” (mihashira no uzu no miko / sankishi), the three most important offspring of the creator god Izanagi.
Amaterasu’s chief place of worship, the Grand Shrine of Ise in Ise, Mie Prefecture, is one of Shinto’s holiest sites and a major pilgrimage center and tourist spot. As with other Shinto kami, she is also enshrined in a number of Shinto shrines throughout Japan.
50mm diameter for 3oz coin
Ultra high relief due to Smartminting technology
Special new antique finish with dark highlights
Low mintage just 333 pcs