JM Bullion is thrilled to offer a new design from Coin Invest Trust produced with their groundbreaking Smartminting technology! Inspired by ancient Corinthian coinage, these specimens depict the mythological horse with wings known as Pegasos. The design features impressive ultra-high relief detail across an uneven planchet for added vintage appeal. Today, 2022 1 oz Cook Islands Gold Pegasos Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you in a framed presentation case with a Certificate of Authenticity!
- All-new gold coin featuring Pegasos!
- Limited mintage of only 199 pieces worldwide!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .9999 pure gold.
- The face value of 250 Dollars is fully backed by The Cook Islands.
- Queen Elizabeth II is depicted on the obverse.
- Pegasos features in the reverse design.
- Ultra-high relief visuals.
These 2022 1 oz Cook Islands Pegasos Coins can be purchased with the click of a mouse and delivered right to your door. JM Bullion fully insures your order while in transit and delivers using nondescript packaging. Upon delivery, you will find your coin housed in a special framed presentation case along with a Certificate of Authenticity from the mint. Produced by Coin Invest Trust, these coins are also considered legal tender in The Cook Islands.
The obverse of 2022 Cook Islands Gold Pegasos Coins contains a bust of Queen Elizabeth II. In this classic 1998 portrait from Ian Rank-Broadley, the Queen appears facing right and wearing the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara. This portrait is accompanied by inscriptions along the rim that read Elizabeth II, Cook Islands, 2022, 250 Dollars.
On the reverse face of 2022 1 oz Cook Islands Gold Coins there is a Pegasos design. This depiction captures the winged horse facing left as he prepares to take flight. As you hold the coin, you’ll want to tilt it at different angles to fully appreciate the ultra-high relief quality of the design.
A symbol of poetic inspiration, Pegasos is a winged horse who originally appeared in Greek myths over 2500 years ago. In some accounts, Pegasos emerged from the neck of his mother, Medusa, following her death. In other versions of the tale, he and his brother Chrysaor were simply born of her spilled blood. Pegasos would later assist Bellerophon in defeating the Chimera before joining Zeus to draw his chariot of thunderbolts.
Please contact JM Bullion with any questions about these gold coins. You can call us at 800-276-6508, chat with us live online, or simply send us an email with your inquiries.