- Mintage Limit ONLY - 6000
- Each coin is struck from 28.28g of pure silver
- Coin in capsule+with Certificate of Authenticity
The “Glider” is the third collector coin from the “How Man Conquered the Skies” series.
The central part of the coin features images of flying objects: a technical drawing of an Antonov plane wing, to the right an engine with a star pattern of pistons, to the left a profile of an aerobatics plane, and above it a bird’s wing. To the left side of the coin, along its rim an inscription: Niue Island and the face value: 1 Dollar, issue date: 2010. In the top part of the coin a likeness of the queen with the inscription: Elizabeth II, the mark of the Mint of Poland (MW), and along the rim the title of the series: “How Man Conquered the Skies”.
In the central part of the coin: a stylized image of the glider. At the bottom: an image of the constructor and an inscription: OTTO LILIENTHAL. In the background lines symbolizing the trajectory of the glider.