Zhoshi Khan Mausoleum – 500 Tenge – Kazakhstan – silver coin
Face value: 500 tenge.
Date of issue: November 22, 2005.
Zhoshi Khan Mausoleum (beginning of XIV c.) is one of few and presumably the first among remained mediaeval portal-domical mausoleum in Central Kazakhstan.
On the right side of the coin right two-line legend “500 TENGE” indicates face value of the coin. In the lower part there is an image of Zhoshi Khan Mausoleum dome, a legend “Ag 925 24 gr.” indicates production metal, standard of coinage and weight and logo of National bank of Kazakhstan under it. Along the circumference of the coin there are two legends “NATIONAL BANK OF KAZAKHSTAN” in Kazakh and English divided by dots.
On the back side of the coin in the center there is an image of Zhoshi Khan Mausoleum with trade mark of Kazakhstan Mint and Roman numeral “XIV”, indicating century of creation to the left. In the lower part a figure “2005” indicates the year of coinage. Along the circumference of the coin there is a name of coin in Kazakh and in English (ZHOSHI KHAN MAUSOLEUM).
Images and legends are relief.
Lateral surface is smooth without corrugations and legends.
The coin is made of 925 standard silver, weight is 24 gr., diameter is 37 mm, thickness is 2,7 mm, proof production quality.
Mintage: 3 000.
The coin comes with certificate of authencity (COA) and in original box.