Felis Manul – 50 Tenge – Kazakhstan – nickel coin
Manul (Felis manul) is a predatory mammal of family cats which has size of domestic cat. Eyes amber and apples of eye remains round even at bright light, without getting a slit-like form. Breed is open on the coast of the Caspian Sea in the XVIII century.
Obverse: stylized image of the globe; face value of the coin «50» and logo of Kazakhstan Mint at left; stylized image of animals occupying the Earth planet – our general house; protruding edge and inscriptions «NATIONAL BANK OF KAZAKHSTAN» in English and Kazakh along the circumference;
Reverse: an image of a cat (amber enamel is applied on eye-sockets) being in rosh grounds; inscriptions «FELIS MANUL» in state language and «2014» along the circumferences means year of coinage and graphic elements from a banknote; protruding edge along the circumference.
Lateral face is grooved
Weight: 11.17 g.
Diameters: 31 mm
Mintage: 100 000