Niue Imperial Faberge Eggs
The Faberge Egg phenomenon started in 1885, when the Empress Maria Fedorovna was given one by her husband, Tsar Alexander III. This egg has been referred to as the Hen Egg and was designed with gold featuring a shell with white, opaque enamel. The egg could be opened to reveal a surprise, which could in turn be opened to reveal another. Since then, various Faberge eggs have been created as royal gifts.
About the Niue Imperial Faberge Eggs Series
The Niue Imperial Faberge Eggs is a coin set introduced by the Polish Mint which commemorates the gift provided by the Tsar to his wife. This set is comprised of 4.5 oz silver and it also comes with a stunning wooden box and Polish Mint certificate of authenticity. The obverse of the coin displays an image of a Faberge egg as well as an image of Queen Elizabeth II. Only 9,999 sets were produced.
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