CIT dedicates a new 2-oz silver coin in Antique Finish and ultra high relief to the astrolabe. Since late antiquity, this instrument has enabled us to exactly determine the position of a celestial body – the foundation of modern astronomy.
Nautilus is the third issue of CIT’s popular Steampunk series. The coin is inspired by the submarine of the same name in Jules Verne’s stories and features an ultra high relief combined with partial gilding.
After the success of the first Numismatic Icons issue, CIT presents the “Ancient Greece” series. The coins feature some of the most beautiful animal motifs as well as well-known coin types of Hellenism.
CIT has issued a commemorative coin where the growth rings of a tree are combined with a human fingerprint: a tribute to the interconnectedness and eternal cycle of all life on Earth executed with utmost precision.
CIT dedicates the second coin of Eclectic Nature to the roller: a marvel of minting technology to this marvel of nature. Ultra-high relief, sophisticated color application, black finish and proof are combined to create a small work of art.
Pegasos was one of the most commonly depicted creatures on Greek coinage. CIT dedicates a new issue of its Numismatic Icons series to the mythological creature. For the first time, aficionados of the series will be offered an alternative to the silver edition.
CIT dedicates the third issue of its successful series “Real Heroes” to all special forces of the free world and, in particular, to those of the United States. The coin features an ultra high relief, partial color printing, and microminting.