RARE 1 Oz, 20g, 10g, 5g, 1g Silver 300TH ANNIVERSARY OF GEIGER Bars Set In Assay # 279 OF 300. THE SET INCLUDE: 1 OZ, 20 GRAMS, 10 GRAMS, 5 GRAMS AND 1 GRAM SILVER WITH SAME NUMBER. BARS SET EXCLUSIVE ONLY FOR U. A ###127482;###127480; DEALERS. You are purchasing set and serial # 279, the lowest number available. From the owner of all 300 USA versions, at this time sets #1-10 are not for sell and according to the owner may never be for sell. Anniversary Issue 300 Years Castle Güldengossa. Set of 1 gram to 1 OZ Silver bars Geiger Original. Mintage is only 300 pieces USA worldwide!! Own, continuous serial numbers from number 1 to 300. 300 Years Castle Güldengossa. The bars “300 years Castle Güldengossa” is a unique anniversary issue on the occasion of the 300th anniversary of Castle Güldengossa, which was built in 1720, and has a varied and eventful history. On the specifics of the bar and the background. The project began with the realization that Güldengossa Castle will be three hundred years old in 2020 and will celebrate its anniversary accordingly. It would actually be time to immortalize this in the form of a beautiful, exclusive bar. Unfortunately, this did not succeed in the first attempt – especially because of the situation around Corona. So I’m pleased that it has then still worked in 2020 – the anniversary year – with a limited edition of 300 pieces (leaning on the 300 years) in the size (of initially) 1 OZ! Here is now the set from 1 gram to 1 OZ (set of 5 bars)! The USA bars shows in the certificate, in contrast to the usual Geiger original edition of the bar – the Güldengossa Castle itself, as it looks today (front), and as it looked in (1720 back). The mintage was set at just 300 pieces USA!!! On the one hand the analogy – as already mentioned above – and on the other hand because it should be something really special. In addition to the certificate, the bars are an absolute novelty. They carry their own private serial numbers! A fist time ever for GEIGER. The USA VERSION begins with the initial letters “CG” which stands for Castle Güldengossa. Then the following digits first indicate the weight in grams and then logically go from “bar number 1″ to the bar number 300. As a further distinguishing feature, Mr. Alalbert Geiger has his signature on the reverse of every bar, usually they are signed by a production manager. In addition, here is a brief historical background and the turbulent history of the Güldengossa Castle also in with the Battle of the Nations near Leipzig in 1813…. And there is a fascinating story behind these bars. The castle minted on the bars is situated in the tiny village Güldengossa, close to the city of Leipzig, 160km away from Berlin. The village is 800 years old and the castle was built 300 years ago in the Baroque style. The history of the castle of Güldengossa is closely connected with famous personalities. The builder of the castle was a close friend of the composer Johann Sebastian Bach, the famous German poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe bought platinum from al later owner of the castle. A great moment experienced the castle in the final phase of the Napoleonic wars in autumn 1813. After he has lost the war against Russia the French Emperor Napoleon tried to take revenge on German soil in order to save his throne. But a mighty coalition of Russia, Austria, Britain and several German states fought against the great French emperor and military leader. After some changeable battles the decisive battle of this campaign culminated in October 1813 in the tremendous battle of Leipzig and the village of Güldengossa and the castle played a remarkable role. The village of Güldengossa was amidst the battleground where more than a half million of soldiers fought against each other. The rule of the tiny village changed 8 times during the three days lasting battle. The village was destroyed during this horrible battle completely. There was barely any stone left on any other buildings. But and this was a wonder indeed, the castle as the by far biggest building of the village wasn’t hit by any shot. Why, what was the reason? This is rather simple: the castle served as a hospital where they treated wounded soldiers of all fighting nations by physicians of all fighting nations despite who was the ruler in the village at the moment. There was no time and no reason to look who is enemy and who is friend, the wounded soldiers had to be treated right now. And all the generals outside the castle were well aware of it maybe he would be the next patient? So they took great care by not shooting at the castle. Therefore the castle of Güldengossa was a bizarre island of peace among an ocean of a callous war demanding more than 100,000 victims. The lesson of the castle of Güldengossa should be that all nations could cooperate peacefully together independent of their race, nation and religion, but please not amidst war and killing but in peace for the progress and welfare of the mankind. This is the story of the castle of Güldengossa minted on their bars and I think the Castle is a great motif for such a product. Geiger Orignal silver bars. All Geiger silver bars Geiger Original are a highlight under the product innovations of the precious metal market. They significantly stand out by their design and security attributes compared to other precious metal products on the market. Minted of finest silver (999/1000) they are equipped with a pearl-finish surface and a high relief. The reverse side of the bars have a pattern of the hallmark of our mint, the Leipziger Edelmetallverarbeitung (LEV). Furthermore the reverse side has a blue coating with an individual serial number and another centered placed hallmark. This blue coating has the special feature that it is glowing under UV lighting. The packaging was specially developed for this bar novelty. The capsule is only to open by destroying it and the small package includes a certificate of authenticity with a precious design. Therefore this silver bar is not only a very secure investment product, it is also an excellent and unique gift. Geiger Original – quality and security in square. Ultra Rare-Limited Edition Of 300Th Anniversary Geiger Edelmetalle Bars Set In Assay-Low Mintage 300 Sets. These were Custom Minted By Geiger Edelmetalle For the 300th Anniversary Commemorative. Ultra Low Mintage Of Just 300 Sets. Geiger Edelmetalle has one of the richest refining histories of any company around today. The mint was initially established in the Saxony region of southeastern Germany in 1218 near the town of Leipzig. Here, the merchants of Germany established what is today the oldest silver trade in the nation. Geiger Edelmetalle has been there to produce and refine silver for individuals. Today, the brand is recognized as one of the finest in the world. The Geiger Original Series, which includes the 1 Oz Silver Geiger Square Bar listed here, has a range of options starting as low as 1 Gram and reaching up to 5 Kilograms in weight. All of the bars in the Original Series share obverse and reverse design elements, as well as security features that boost the anti-counterfeiting status of these bars. Included security features consist of a pearl finish on the obverse surface, a ribbed edge around the bars, and a textured, high-relief surface on the reverse. Each bar has a unique serial number and a UV-coating of the company logo that is visible only under black light. Country: Germany ###127465;###127466. Total Weight: 2 Oz And 4.9 Grams. Diameter: 33.5 mm. Thickness: 3.45 mm. Mintage: 300 Pieces WORLDWIDE. Set Number: 279 OF 300.
1 Oz, 20g, 10g, 5g, 1g Silver 300TH ANNIV. OF GEIGER Bars Set 279 OF 300
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