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Collectible coins of Austria from niobium with a face value of 25 euro

Big Data niobium coin - 25 euro Austria, 2020

  Denomination: 25 euro

Release Date: March 11, 2020

Obverse: human eye

Reverse: people under "surveillance"

Material (outer ring): 900 sample silver

Material (center): niobium

Mint: Austrian Mint

Circulation: 65,000 (Special Uncirculated)

 

 

Niobium coin "Artificial Intelligence" - 25 euro Austria, 2019

  Denomination: 25 euro

Release date: June 12, 2019

Obverse: cyborg head

Reverse: head contour, neural synapses and binary code

Material (outer ring): 900 sample silver

Material (center): niobium

Mint: Austrian Mint

Circulation: 65,000 (Special Uncirculated)

 

 

Antropocene niobium coin - 25 euro Austria, 2018

  Denomination: 25 euro

Release date: June 6, 2018

Obverse: human traces against the background of the Eastern Hemisphere

Reverse: a naked human figure and trees against the background of the Western hemisphere

Material (outer ring): 900 sample silver

Material (center): niobium

Mint: Austrian Mint

Circulation: 65,000 (Special Uncirculated)

 

 

Coin from the niobium "Microcosmos" - 25 euro Austria, 2017

  Denomination: 25 euro

Release Date: June 7, 2017

Obverse: butterfly in the center and the structure of the butterfly wing, enlarged under a microscope

Reverse: bee, cell division process, as well as various types of viruses and bacteria

Material (outer ring): 900 sample silver

Material (center): niobium

Mint: Austrian Mint

Circulation: 65,000 (Special Uncirculated)

 

 

Niobium coin "Time" - 25 euro Austria, 2016

  Denomination: 25 euro

Release Date: March 9, 2016

Obverse: old watch with zodiac signs

Reverse: mechanical gears with hourglass, month and sun inside

Material (outer ring): 900 sample silver

Material (center): niobium

Mint: Austrian Mint

Circulation: 65,000 (Special Uncirculated)

 

 

Coin from niobium "Cosmology" - 25 euro Austria, 2015

  Denomination: 25 euro

Release Date: January 21, 2015

Obverse: outer space with the planet Saturn and the space probe "Rosetta"

Reverse: a stylized image of planets and their orbits, as well as a large telescope being built in the Atacama desert in Chile

Material (outer ring): 900 sample silver

Material (center): niobium

Mint: Austrian Mint

Circulation: 65,000 (Special Uncirculated)

 

 

Coin from niobium "Evolution" - 25 euro Austria, 2014

  Denomination: 25 euro

Release Date: January 21, 2014

Obverse: DNA and RNA molecules

Reverse: the history of human evolution and the diversity of life forms caused by evolution

Material (outer ring): 900 sample silver

Material (center): niobium

Mint: Austrian Mint

Circulation: 65,000 (Special Uncirculated)

 

 

Niobium coin "Tunnel Construction" - 25 euro Austria, 2013

  Denomination: 25 euro

Release Date: January 23, 2013

Obverse: tunneling complex

Reverse: tunnel in the Alpine Mountains

Material (outer ring): 900 sample silver

Material (center): niobium

Mint: Austrian Mint

Circulation: 65,000 (Special Uncirculated)

 

 

Bionica niobium coin - 25 euro Austria, 2012

  Denomination: 25 euro

Release Date: February 22, 2012

Obverse: nautilus snail shell, eagle soaring in the sky, plane, lotus flower and shark

Reverse: Radiolarium and Olympic Stadium in Munich

Material (outer ring): 900 sample silver

Material (center): niobium

Mint: Austrian Mint

Circulation: 65,000 (Special Uncirculated)

 

 

Coin from niobium "Robotics" - 25 euro Austria, 2011

  Denomination: 25 euro

Issue Date: March 16, 2011

Obverse: a robotic version of the Vitruvian man Leonardo da Vinci, as well as mechanical gears and digital binary code

Reverse: European Space Agency robot exploring the surface of Mars

Material (outer ring): 900 sample silver

Material (center): niobium

Mint: Austrian Mint

Circulation: 65,000 (Special Uncirculated)

 

 

Niobium coin "Renewable Energy" - 25 euro Austria, 2010

  Denomination: 25 euro

Issue Date: March 10, 2010

Obverse: a tree from the roots of which comes a spiral, depicting the life cycle of four elements - earth, wind, fire and water

Reverse: against the backdrop of the globe, a turbine, a wind generator and a solar battery

Material (outer ring): 900 sample silver

Material (center): niobium

Mint: Austrian Mint

Circulation: 65,000 (Special Uncirculated)

 

 

Niobium coin "International Year of Astronomy" - 25 euro Austria, 2009

  Denomination: 25 euro

Issue Date: March 11, 2009

Obverse: the Moon and the satellite orbiting it, as well as the Earth and the Sun in the background

Reverse: a portrait of Galileo Galileo and his drawing of the surface of the Moon in the center, as well as various telescopes on the outer ring

Material (outer ring): 900 sample silver

Material (center): niobium

Mint: Austrian Mint

Circulation: 65,000 (Special Uncirculated)

 

 

Niobium coin "Fascinating Light" - 25 euro Austria, 2008

  Denomination: 25 euro

Issue Date: March 11, 2008

Obverse: lit gas lamp in front of the Vienna Town Hall

Reverse: Sun and portrait of Karl Auer von Welsbach, as well as various lighting sources

Material (outer ring): 900 sample silver

Material (center): niobium

Mint: Austrian Mint

Circulation: 65,000 (Special Uncirculated)

 

 

Coin from the niobium "Austrian Aviation" - 25 euro Austria, 2007

  Denomination: 25 euro

Issue Date: February 28, 2007

Obverse: cabin of a modern passenger plane

Reverse: Austrian pilot Karl Ilner, as well as the Zanonia glider and Taube engine aircraft

Material (outer ring): 900 sample silver

Material (center): niobium

Mint: Austrian Mint

Circulation: 65,000 (Special Uncirculated)

 

 

Coin of niobium "European satellite navigation" - 25 euro Austria, 2006

  Denomination: 25 euro

Issue Date: March 1, 2006

Obverse: a rose of winds with geographical coordinates of the Austrian mint in Vienna

Reverse: the globe with satellites rotating around it, as well as various vehicles using satellite navigation

Material (outer ring): 900 sample silver

Material (center): niobium

Mint: Austrian Mint

Circulation: 65,000 (Special Uncirculated)

 

 

Niobium coin "50 years of television" - 25 euro Austria, 2005

  Denomination: 25 euro

Issue Date: March 9, 2005

Obverse: 1950 television test table

Reverse: on the outer ring - the main milestones in the history of television; in the center - an old television antenna against the backdrop of the globe

Material (outer ring): 900 sample silver

Material (center): niobium

Mint: Austrian Mint

Circulation: 65,000 (Special Uncirculated)

 

 

Niobium coin "150 years of the Zemmering Railway" - 25 euro Austria, 2004

  Denomination: 25 euro

Release date: February 18, 2004

Obverse: modern and old locomotives

Reverse: a section of the railway with a viaduct along which the train moves

Material (outer ring): 900 sample silver

Material (center): niobium

Mint: Austrian Mint

Circulation: 50,000 (Special Uncirculated)

 

 

Niobium coin "700 years of to the city of Hull in Tyrol" - 25 euro Austria, 2003

  Denomination: 25 euro

Issue Date: January 29, 2003

Obverse: satellite photographing the city of Hull

Reverse: stamp for minting the old silver guldiner of 1486

Material (outer ring): 900 sample silver

Material (center): niobium

Mint: Austrian Mint

Circulation: 50,000 (Special Uncirculated)