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Collector Coins

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2021
Arno Babajanyan - 100th anniversary of the birth Arno Babajanyan - 100th anniversary of the birth
Grigor Tatevatsi - 675th anniversary of the birth Grigor Tatevatsi - 675th anniversary of the birth
The 100th Anniversary of Establishment of Petros Adamyan Armenian State Drama Theater in Tbilisi The 100th Anniversary of Establishment of Petros Adamyan Armenian State Drama Theater in Tbilisi
The 100th Anniversary of Gabriel Sundukyan National Academic Theater The 100th Anniversary of Gabriel Sundukyan National Academic Theater
The 150th anniversary of Alexander Spendiaryan’s birth The 150th anniversary of Alexander Spendiaryan’s birth
The 200th Anniversary of Establishment of Armenian College and Philanthropic Academy of Kolkata The 200th Anniversary of Establishment of Armenian College and Philanthropic Academy of Kolkata
The 30th Anniversary of Commonwealth of Independent States The 30th Anniversary of Commonwealth of Independent States
The 30th Anniversary of the Republic of Armenia (1991-2021) The 30th Anniversary of the Republic of Armenia (1991-2021)
 
 
Notice
    Collector coins are made of precious metals and are issued to present to the society the national, international, historical and cultural, spiritual and other values of the country, to immortalize these values in the metal and to meet the demands of the numismatic market.
    Like any other currency the collector coins have face value which makes them the means of payment. However, the face value of these coins is much lower that their cost price which includes the cost of the precious metal used for manufacturing of the coin, mintage and other expenses. Low face value and high cost price allow these coins to be considered as the items of collection and not the means of payment used in money circulation. The collector coins have also the sale price set by the Central Bank of Armenia.
    As the items of collection the collector coins are issued in very restricted quantities and are not reissued.
    Numismatists, collectors and all interested persons can buy the Armenian collector coins in the sales salon “Numismatist” which is in the building of the Central Bank of Armenia and is open for everyone.
 
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