"60th Anniversary of Sri Lanka-Japan Diplomatic Relations" Sri Lankan Silver Proof and Japanese Proof Coin Set
Sri Lanka, the Shining Island
The Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, also known as the "shining island", with a land area around 80% the size of Hokkaido Island claims a rich cultural and natural environment with six world cultural heritage and two world natural heritage sites.
Since Japan established diplomatic relations with Sri Lanka in 1952, the two countries have enjoyed a close relationship focused on trade and economic and technical cooperation, and 2012 marks the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations.
The coin set includes:
- Six Japanese legal tender coins in proof condition (a 500 yen nickel-brass proof coin, a 100 yen cupronickel proof coin, a 50 yen cupronickel proof coin, a 10 yen bronze proof coin, a 5 yen brass proof coin and a 1 yen aluminum proof coin),
- "60th Anniversary of Sri Lanka-Japan Diplomatic Relations" Commemorative Sri Lankan 1,000 Rupee Silver Proof Coin produced by Japan Mint,
- A plastic display case with leather
- A paper slipcase.
- Sales Quantity: 15,000 sets
|Specifications of the Commemorative Coin|
|Year of Issue||2012|
|Face Value||Sri Lankan Rupee 1,000|
|Design||(Obverse) The design features the Upper Kotmale Hydropower Project, symbolizing the friendship between the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka and Japan, surrounded by the words "Sri Lanka – Japan 60 years" in Sinhala (top), Tamil (left), and English (right).|
|(Reverse) The design features the official logo commemorating the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka and Japan, surrounded by the country's name "Sri Lanka" in Sinhala (top), Tamil (left), and English (right).|
Dealers For this Coin Set
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