the ministry of Finance has initiated the process of Independence for decades in 2017, 2018 and 2019 to celebrate the money amending regulation (194/2017) repeal.Once the regulation is repealed, the party the money is no longer legally exist.the minister of Finance, the national coalition party chairman of the Peter the Orphan was two weeks ago, accepted a commemorative coin from the beating.the Regulation was described as well as verbally that the image of the commemorative coin images and photo themes.an Orphan admits that he is drawn to the document sufficient attention."I don't pay sufficient attention to the regulation of the visual plan, but I trust the collector coin committee's proposal.
The Apollo 11 Lunar Module ascent stage, with astronauts Neil A. Armstrong and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. aboard, is photographed from the Command and Service Modules in lunar orbit in this July, 1969 file handout photo.The United States Mint is now somewhere between a "small step" and a "giant leap" closer to striking coins for the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing.The U.S. House of Representatives on Monday voted unanimously to pass the "Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Commemorative Coin Act," calling for the Mint to produce curved coins in gold, silver and clad to recognize the five decades since astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins launched on the first lunar landing mission.The bill H.R.2726 was passed under a suspension of the rules used to quickly approve non-controversial bills.The act was first introduced by Congressman Bill Posey R-FL in June 2015."Mr. Speaker, July 20, 2019 will mark the 50th anniversary of the landing of the 'Eagle' lunar module on the moon's surface," Posey, who was a member of the Apollo team in 1969, said on the House floor on Monday. "
Working out what to get anyone for Christmas is tricky, so you can be forgiven for falling back on broad stereotypes.Spare a thought then for the ministerial gifts given to Prime Minister Theresa May, in the quarterly returns published this week.Luxury Legs, supplier of expensive tights, thought what May would really appreciate most was some hosiery.Meanwhile Yull Shoes gifted her some designer footwear, as did Goodley Bullen PR.More kitten heels, no doubt.Other gifts May received included a handbag, scarf and cosmetics.
It looks like David Beckham is remarrying Posh Spice in this commemorative coin for the latest in the long line of royal weddings, with just £13 getting you a coin worth £5.What an amazingly suitable metaphor for the royal family.And the £13 fiver is the cheapest of the options available from the Royal Mint, with middle-aged royalists able to blow as much as £1,980 on a gold version of the five pound piece, should they really need a version of the coin that more accurately matches the royal stubble colour.There are a couple of silver options for in-between prices too, with the £13 cheapo option the only one that comes in cardboard instead of a nice box.
The red hot deal of the day is causing some server issues at the White House gift shop’s website today.Those hoping to get a piece of history, in the form of a coin commemorating the historical North Korean summit, are being met with 504 errors and “server busy” messages.And the summit isn’t happening either.The deal: A commemorative coin celebrating the historical meeting between North Korean Supreme Leader (the coin’s words, not ours) Kim Jong Un and America’s President (the electorate’s words, not ours) Donald J. Trump, is on sale for $19.95 – down from its already reasonable $24.95 price tag.There's now a White House Military Office coin for the upcoming Trump Kim Jong Un summit.The North Korean dictator is referred to as "Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un."
It’s been the week that saw journalists barred from government summits, sexual predator Harvey Weinstein turn himself in for arrest, and Ireland go to the polls over abortion.Where It Boiled Over: Twitter, media reportsWhat Really Happened: Hey, remember that promised June summit between the U.S. and North Korea that the White House was so proud of that it released a commemorative coin early (and then promptly walked away from it when people started making fun)?As if to speak to that particular concern, things started to get worse almost immediately:Somewhere, Mike Pence should be very embarrassed indeed.International diplomacy, it turns out, is hard.
The US Mint chose one of the most famous and enduring images from NASA's 1969 Apollo 11 mission to decorate a series of commemorative coins dedicated to the moon landing.NASA astronaut Buzz Aldrin photographed the indentations left by his spacesuit boot on the dusty lunar surface.That mark inspired the Mint's design, which takes a little artistic license by filling in the shadows.The obverse artwork comes from Maine sculptor Gary Cooper, who included an inscription reading Mercury, Gemini and Apollo to mark the NASA programs that led up to the first crewed moon landing.The reverse design comes from Mint sculptor and engraver Phebe Hemphill, who created a moon scene showing Neil Armstrong, the US flag, and the lunar lander.It's based on a photo taken by Armstrong of Aldrin with a reflection of that scene in Aldrin's helmet visor.
The 50p coin has served as the canvas for a number of children's classics to be emblazoned across as part of the Royal Mint's commemorative coin rollouts, and everyone's favourite bear is up next.The Paddington Bear collection sees the marmalade sandwich-loving fiend strike a pose outside of London's most iconic tourist spots, including the Tower of London, and St Paul's Cathedral.The coins are due to be circulated over the course of the next few weeks, but collectors can get their paws on them early, with a choice of Brilliant Uncirculated coins and Silver Proof coins.Both runs of the Gold Proof coins, going for £850 a pop, have been sold out.In case you were prepared to happily blow almost a grand on a 50p coin.If you don't want to push the boat out too much, you can nab a single Brilliant Uncirculated coin of Paddington at the Tower for a tenner, or pick up a set of two - one at the Tower and one at St. Paul's for £10 a pop, although it looks like the shipping date for the coins will be staggered in line with their release.
The UK is celebrating 30 "cracking years" of stop-motion clay animation series Wallace and Gromit with a commemorative 50 pence coin.The coin was designed by series creator Nick Park in combination with Aardman Animation, which has been working on the series since its inception.It features the faces of Wallace and Gromit, a little rocket ship, the initials NP and the inscription "caseus praestans", which the Royal Mint said translates as "cracking cheese."Wallace and Gromit debuted in 1989 with the first film, A Grand Day Out.It was followed by The Wrong Trousers in 1993, A Close Shave in 1995, Cracking Contraptions in 2002, The Curse of the Were-Rabbit in 2005 and A Matter of Loaf and Death 2008.Starring an inventor and his canine companion, the movies saw the two travel to the moon for cheese, tangle with an evil penguin and be framed for a criminal sheep-rustling operation.