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The 100 Euro Classic Weimar gold coin, issued in 2006, celebrates the classical Weimar and belongs to a series of coins recognized and appreciated all over the world. We are talking about gold coins minted in order to commemorate German cities that were included on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list.
It is one of the greatest distinctions because it clearly suggests the historic and cultural impact of that particular town. Germany has many reasons to be proud of these distinctions and it chose the perfect way to commemorate belonging to the UNESCO Heritage list: it minted gold coins with the most representative elements from those particular towns.
The 100 Euro Classic Weimar gold coin weighs exactly 15.55 grams (1/2 troy ounces) of 24 carats gold. So it is a coin with 99.90% fineness and a diameter of 28 mm.
The obverse of the 100 Euro Classic Weimar gold coin depicts the classical Weimar which is absolutely a perfect rendition in gold of the former cultural capital of Europe, designed by Dietrichsdorf Stecher. These eleven monuments illustrated on the obverse have been added to the UNESCO list in 1998. Amongst them are culturally important buildings of the German city like the homes of the most famous German poets Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Friedrich Schiller. The inscription present on this side of the coin is: “UNESCO WELTERBE, KLASSICHES WEIMAR".
The reverse of the 100 Euro Classic Weimar gold coin is typical for these 100 Euro gold coins, depicting the German Federal eagle and the 12 European stars. The other inscriptions on this side are: “BUNDESREPUBLIK DEUTSCHLAND", the minting year “2006" and the denomination “100 EURO". The letter “A", placed under the eagle, means that the coin displayed on our website was minted in Berlin.
The 100 Euro Classic Weimar gold coin is perfect for collectors and for people passionate about arts, especially poetry, since it is a coin that commemorates the town where the great poets Goethe and Schiller lived and worked. It is a gold coin as beautiful as the words written by Goethe, and it was issued to remember people about their cultural past.
Even investors that will acquire these German gold coins, and among them the 100 Euro Classic Weimar gold coin minted in 2006, only for the reason that they are manufactured from pure gold in a considerable weight and at an affordable price which in the future will turn out to be more than satisfactory profitable, will be struck by the beauty and charm emanated by these commemorative gold coins filled with history and culture.