- Mintage Limit - 13000
- Each coin is struck from 1oz of pure silver
- Embellished with 24-carat gold-plating
- Coin in capsule+with Certificate of Authenticity + Presentation Case
To meet the expectations of numismatic collectors, the Mint of Poland started the “Great Commanders” series under an international program. First coin, Chingiz Khan was issued in 2008 by the National Bank of the Republic of Kazakhstan and minted by Kazakhstan Mint . The next one is Attila The Hun.
When we look back to the past, we see that the courage, bravery, heroism and charisma of great personalities have always aroused not only people’s admiration and respect, but also submission, and even fear.
However, such strong characters contributed to the rapid development of the areas they conquered. This is why it is worthwhile to remember the times of great commanders whose deeds and riumphs got down in history.
In the centre, on the right side – an image of a warrior of Attila army, riding a horse and shooting a bow. On the left side of the warrior – the State Emblem of the Republic of Kazkhstan. Under the Emblem – a nominal value (100 Tenge). Under the warrior, on the right side – a year of issue (2009). Along the edge – a semicircular inscription in Kazakh and English languages: REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN.
In the centre – a gilding image of an old medalion depicting Attila. On the both sides of the medalion – an alloy symbol (Ag 925)and a total weight of the coin (31,10 g). At the top – a semicircular inscription: ATTILA THE HUN 406-453. At the bottom – the images of three warriors, riding horses.