Bishkek, Nov.5, 2019. /Kabar/. The National Bank of Kyrgyzstan has issued another series of collector’s coins.
At the press conference at Kabar News Agency, Deputy Chairwoman of the Bank Meerim Momunkulova said collector's silver coins "Household items: the Kyrgyz vase", "Household items: elements of clothing and jewelry", as well as collector's copper-nickel coin "Household items: elements of clothing and jewelry items" of the “Kyrgyz Khaganate Era” series are put into circulation from Nov.5.
She said the subject of the "Household items: the Kyrgyz vase" coin's front side, is the image of three Kyrgyz vases against the background of national ornaments.
“There is the name of the coin "Kyrgyz kumurasy / Kyrgyz vase" in the upper part of the coin. On the right side of the coin there is a metal sample (Ag925°) and weight of the coin (28,28 g). The denomination of the coin (KGS 10) is indicated at the bottom of the coin.
On the reverse side of the coin in the center is the coat of arms of the Kyrgyz Republic against the background of stylized vases in combination with Kyrgyz national ornaments. The inscription "Uluu Kyrgyz Kaganaty" (Great Kyrgyz Khaganate) is in the upper part of the coin . The year of issue of the coin (2019) is indicated in the lower part of the coin," she noted.
Momunkulova noted the face of the coin "Household items: elements of clothing, jewelry" depicts the image of a girl with an earring, using stylized ornaments and pendants made of color printing.
"In the left side of the coin there is an inscription made in Orkhon Turkic runic script, which is translated as "Kyrgyz state". The right side of the coin shows the metal sample (Ag 925°), the name of the coin "Syrga/Earring", the weight is (28.28g) and denomination of the coin (KGS 10)," she added.
The plot of the back of the coin is a stylized earring element with an imitation of an insert of gemstones and coral pendants. The center of the coin houses the coat of arms of the Kyrgyz Republic, and the right side shows the year of issue (2019).
The silver coin is placed in an acrylic capsule and packed in a separate case with a certificate of quality attached.
The copper-nickel coin is placed in an acrylic capsule and placed in a blister pack.
Silver coins are issued in the amount of 2 thousand pieces, copper-nickel coins in the amount of 5 thousand pieces.
The cost of one silver collector's coin is KGS 2650 (about $ 38), copper-nickel – KGS 380 (about $5).