We have received a lot of interest and comments about the latest product from the Mint of Poland – the “Fortuna Redux.” This cylindrical coin is struck in 6 troy ounces of .999 silver and includes some of the most artistically intricate and detailed designs depicting scenes of the Roman God Mercury covering the obverse, reverse, and “third side” comprising the rim or edge of the coin which is 22.1 mm in height.
One of our readers was so excited about ordering and receiving his Fortuna Redux coin, that he recorded its arrival almost every step of the way, with some photographs while unpacking this exceptional coin.
Our reader kindly sent me some of these images, as I mentioned to him when I saw these images, I easily recognized both the packaging from the Mint of Poland as well as the presentation box I saw on display at the World Money Fair in Berlin in February.
I have heard that a lot of those who bought the coin, which is actually an issue from the South pacific island of Niue, are very pleased with their purchase, I think this will probably be very good news to the Mint of Poland. I will be speaking to the Mint soon and will also share with you, their comments and determine if there will be another coin such as this in the near future.
Thank you to our reader for sharing the experience with all of us, its greatly appreciated!