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National bank of Kazakhstan released Aitys coin: Photo 20 октября 2011, 16:34

National Bank of Kazakhstan released a new commemorative coins.
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Commemorative silver nickel Aitys coin. ©Natinal Bank of Kazakhstan Commemorative silver nickel Aitys coin. ©Natinal Bank of Kazakhstan
National Bank of Kazakhstan released Aitys commemorative coins, Tengrinews.kz reports, referring to the bank press-office. “Aitys commemorative coin is the sixth pair of coins, that continues the Ceremonials and Kazakhstan National Games series. The coin comes with a nominal value of five hundred tenge (it is made of proof-quality silver) and with a nominal value of fifty tenge (it is made of nickel silver,” the bank press-release reads. The silver coin was issued in four thousand copies. The silver coin and the silver nickel coin have got identical images of the front and reverse sides. The image on the proof-quality silver coin is applied on a mirror surface.


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