“What did I see? Can I believe it? That what I saw that night was real and not just fantasy?” the narrator ponders at the beginning of the song ‘Number of the Beast’ by Iron Maiden. “Number of the Beast” is the title song from the 1982 multiplatinum album by Iron Maiden. This coin celebrates this album by rendering the album cover on a 1 oz .999 fine silver coin. This coin has a very limited mintage of 1982 coins worldwide.
- Made of 1 Troy Oz .999 fine silver coin
- Obsidian Black finish
- High Quality Full Color
- Very limited edition only 1982 worldwide
- Face value of 5 dollars is backed by the Cook Islands
The obverse side of the coin has Ian Rank-Broadley’s Queen Elizabeth II. Here she is facing to the right wearing a crown and pearl earrings. With an obsidian black finish on this side, the lines on her forehead and neck stand out more. To the left of her is ‘ELIZABETH II’. Above her head is the face value of the coin, ‘5 DOLLARS’. To the right of her image is ‘COOK ISLANDS’.
The reverse of the coin is a rendition of Iron Maiden’s Number of the Beast album cover in full color with an obsidian background. Pictured here is Eddie, an avatar that appears on most of Iron Maiden’s albums covers. Eddie is shown here as a puppeteer and he is controlling what looks like the devil. The devil is a puppeteer for people under him. Below the devil and Eddie is what looks like a sea of people burning in fire. Behind the scene, partially obscured is Iron Maiden’s logo. To the left is written ‘Number of the Beast’ in red lettering.
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