Cook Islands 2012 Flowers of the World – Cherry Blossom in Cloisonné Silver Coin. The Cherry Blossom is not only visually beautiful but has been used as the subject for poems and songs over and over again since time immemorial. As Japans national flower, the famous Cherry Blossom has a very special status. It is the Japanese epitome of the sense of beauty and awakening. Furthermore, it symbolises the arrival of spring in the land of the rising sun. It depicts the end of the cold winter and that the warmer seasons are on their way. The Cherry Blossom Season lasts a little less than two weeks, however the actual full blossoms can only be marvelled for three to four days. During this lively period, most Japanese celebrate the legendary Cherry Blossom festival. At the Hanami, the traditional celebration with family and friends, mostly takes place in a beautiful park and the joy of witnessing the blooming trees is shared amongst each other. A piece of this joy is eternalised through an artistically designed Cloisonné-Blossom in this beautiful silver coin. Partially gilded cloisonné enameling. Low mintage – limited to only 2,500 pieces. Comes with capsule and the certificate of authenticity (was released without box). We strive for excellent service. Though we normally reply to inquiries as soon as possible, please note that our office is limited on weekends and holidays. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Cook Islands 2012 Flowers of the World Cherry Blossom in Cloisonné Silver Coin” is in sale since Tuesday, March 10, 2015. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Australia & Oceania\South Pacific”. The seller is “jvpic” and is located in Berlin. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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