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 2011 "The Zograf Monastery" 925 Silver Coin • Bulgarian Churches and Monasteries

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EXPECTED 21 MARCH 2011
2011 - The Zograf Monastery Bulgarian Coin Reverse2011 The Zograf Monastery Bulgarian Coin Obverse
DETAILED INFORMATION
Year of issue:2011 
Series:Bulgarian Churches and Monasteries 
Metal:Silver 925 /1000 
Coin Weight:23.33 grams (0.75 ounces) 
Silver content: 21.58 grams (0.69 ounces)
Official Mintage:6,000  
Denomination:10 Leva 
Diameter:38.61 mm 
Edge:Flat 
Designer:Ivan Todorov and Todor Todorov 
Obverse:In the left half of the obverse is the logo of the Bulgarian National Bank with its year of establishment 1879 on the ribbon. The nominal value of the coin 10 Leva and the year of issue 2011. To the right is a famous icon of St. George the Zograf, currently kept at the Zograf monastery in Mount Athos (the "Holy Mountain") in Greece. 
Reverse:The reverse of the coin shows a 19th century drawing of the building of the monastery "St. George Zograf" with the inscription "Monastery St. Geogrge Zograf" 
Relative rarity:
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Available at the
National Bank:
Yes
Market price:61.8 Leva - (31.6 Euro)  

PRICE HISTORY SINCE 2011
Initial coins price in 2011:61.8 Leva (31.6 EUR)  
Current price:61.8 Leva (31.6 EUR)  
Price appreciation since 2011:0 Leva (0 EUR)  
Total return since 2011:0 % since 2011  
Yearly return from 2011 to 2017
(Compounded yearly return):
0 % per year  
PRESENTATION OF THE COIN ZOGRAF MONASTERY

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Presentation of the coin Zograf Monastery - Bulgarian Coins.com


RELEVANT NEWS
(21/03/2011) The Zograf monastery 23.33 gram .925 Bulgarian silver coin enters circulation on 21 March 2011
Presented coins: 444
LATEST RELEASE
(Released on: 20.03.2017)
2017 ANNUNCIATION
.999 Gold 8.64 gm.
Official Mintage: 2,000
UPCOMING COIN
(Expected in June 2017)
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.925 Silver 23.33 gm.
Expected mintage: 3,000
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