Palau – 2022 – 20 Dollars – Babylon / Lost Civilizations 5oz edition


This 2 Oz Silver coin is the first release in the “Lost Civilization” series, dedicated to the Babylonia.

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Issuing Country Palau
Year of Issue 2022
Face Value 20 Dollars
Metal Silver
Fineness (purity) 999/1000
Weight 5 oz
Diameter 65 mm
Quality Antiqued
Mintage 149 pcs
Scope of Delivery Box
Special features Ultra high rlelief Smartminting and color


The ‘Babylon Civilization 5oz’ coin is the big brother of the 2oz first issue in the ‘Lost Civilization’ series. The impossible has been made possible using the enhanced Smartminting©️ technology and brings this civilization back to life. The coin has an antique finish and is struck on a 5oz pure silver 65mm blank in the highest quality. It has a limited mintage of only 149 pcs worldwide and comes in a beautiful box with Certificate of Authenticity. Will you add this big brother in your collection next to its smaller 2oz sister?

Coin description

The obverse of the coin depicts Babylon’s detailed skyline with the Tower of Babel and its unique blue tile painted walls of the Ishtar Gate, which is now reconstructed in the Pergamon Museum, the most visited museum in Berlin.

The reverse side of the coin depicts a Babylonian horseman in front of the famous impenetrable walls and its engravings, together with the Coat of Arms of Palau and the inscriptions: “REPUBLIC OF PALAU” (the issuing country), “2022” (the year of issue) and “20$” (the face value).

Background information

The city of Babylon was the capital of Babylonia, a kingdom in ancient Mesopotamia. The city was founded more than 4,000 years ago along both banks of the Euphrates river, whose ruins are located in present-day Iraq. King Hammurabi created one of the ancient world’s largest cities during the 18th century BC. After being destroyed, Babylon became the Neo-Babylonian Empire’s capital that spanned from the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean Sea. Art and architecture flourished throughout the Babylonian Empire, especially in Babylon, which is also famous for its impenetrable walls and blue tiled Ishtar Gate.