Own a $2 coin struck in 1/2 oz. of a 92.5% titanium-silver alloy and containing a fragment of a meteorite older than Earth! The 640-pound Estacado Meteorite – discovered in Hale County, Texas in 1883 near a Quaker colony named Estacado – is comprised of solid particles from which our solar system was formed over 4 billion years ago! Part of an exciting meteorite series from the Cook Islands, this $2 coin with a silk finish measures a big 50 mm in diameter and features the irregular shape of a meteorite. A dramatic cut-out represents a forceful meteorite impact and contains a genuine fragment of the Estacado specimen. The obverse depicts the Rio Grande River winding through Big Bend National Park and includes an image of Queen Elizabeth II. The reverse portrays deep space with a full-color image of Earth and North America. Limited in mintage to 2,500 pieces worldwide, each coin comes in a display box with a certificate of authenticity. Claim yours today!
- Year: 2019
- Material: Silver, Titanium
- Countries: Cook Islands
- Product Type: Single Products
- Presentation: With Holder