Amir Timur – 100 Tenge – Kazakhstan – silver coin
Tamerlan (Amir Timur) was the governor and the commander who played an essential role in the history of Central, Southern and the Western Asia, and also the Caucasus, the Volga region and Russia. He was a founder of the empire of Timurids in the capital of Samarkand (1370).
Coins are made with application of technology of drawing gilding on a surface of coins.
Obverse: coat of arms of Republic of Kazakhstan; inscription «100 TENGE», means face of value of the coin; an image of the soldier jumping on a horse and number «2014», means year of coinage; inscriptions «NATIONAL BANK OF KAZAKHSTAN» in Kazakh and English along the circumference; inscriptions are divided by dots.
Reverse: sculptural portrait of the great commander Tamerlan (Amir Timur) executed by the anthropologist M. M. Gerasimov, the image of the mausoleum of Ahmed Yasavi constructed under the order of Timur and trade caravan on the second plan; inscriptions «AMIR TIMUR» in English and «1336-1405» designating years of life of the commander; inscriptions «Ag 925 31.1 g» means metal, standard of coinage and weight.
Lateral face is grooved.
Metal: Ag 925
Weight: 31, 1 ± 0, 31 g
Diameters: 38.61 mm
Max mintage: 13 000
The coin comes with certificate of authencity (COA) and in original box.