Cameroon 2024 2000 Francs CFA CHERVONA KALINA 2oz .999 High Relief Silver Coin

$399.00
  • Country: Cameroun
  • Year: 2024
  • Face Value: 2000 francs
  • Metal: Silver
  • Fineness (purity): .999
  • Weight (g): 62.2 (2 oz)
  • Diameter (mm): 45
  • Quality: Antique finish + gold plating
  • Mintage (pcs): 500
  • Certificate (COA): Yes
  • Presentation case (box): Yes

One of the most famous Ukrainian songs is "Oi u luzi chervona kalyna" (Oh, the Red Viburnum in the Meadow). This patriotic song, first written in the early 20th century, has become a symbol of Ukraine's struggle for freedom and independence. It sings of the red viburnum, a symbol of resilience and rebirth for the Ukrainian people. "Chervona Kalyna" inspires the fight for freedom and unity.

May the clusters of red berries shine brighter and higher…

Let’s explore our new silver collectible coin dedicated to Ukraine, symbolizing unity and eternal strength!

At the center of the coin is depicted the eternal source and symbol of life – the Elder tree! The Elder tree is a national symbol of Ukraine. It symbolizes strength, resilience, and independence. Each expressive branch of the tree on the coin reminds us of longevity and strength! Meticulously crafted high relief and attention to detail only further highlight this symbol of eternity.

Beside the Elder tree on the coin are depicted Ukrainian people, a mother, child, and a father soldier, symbolizing generations, the unity of the nation, and national identity, which today becomes an invincible force and a source of energy for eternal life.

The trunk and roots of the Elder tree are enveloped in eternal noble gold metal, which only enhances the feeling of eternity. Gold seems to envelop and protect the contours of life and hope, separating and leaving all evils underground, depicted beneath the earth on the coin.

The gilded branches will light up the bunches of the elder tree – a symbol of glorious Ukraine and the power of faith and unity of the people!

As the song goes:

“A red viburnum bent over in the meadow,
Why is our glorious Ukraine so sad?
And we will lift that red viburnum,
And we will cheer up our glorious Ukraine!”

Let the golden branches rise ever higher! Together we can achieve more!