1 Oz silver coin. Terrific Pleistocene Fauna silver coin! “Kolkotov Ravine Nature Reserve” coin series. Weight: 33.85 g. Minted by the Moscow Mint, Russia. 1st coin in Superb “Prehistoric animals of Kolkotov Ravine Nature Reserve” coin series! Absolutely gorgeous Prehistoric animal coin. Very rarely offered for sale. SCARCE AND DIFFICULT TO FIND! DON’T MISS IT! This coin is Brand new – comes in the original capsule, in presentation packaging with Certificate of Authenticity. The steppe mammoth is an extinct species of Elephantidae that ranged over most of northern Eurasia during the Middle Pleistocene, 600,000-370,000 years ago. It probably evolved in Siberia during the early Pleistocene from Mammuthus meridionalis. It was the first stage in the evolution of the steppe and tundra elephants and an ancestor of the woolly mammoth of later glacial periods. The steppe mammoth had a short skull compared to M. Meridionalis as well as a smaller jaw. The males had spiral tusks with a recurved tip that could grow as long as 4.9 metres (16 ft) in old bulls, females on the other side had thinner and slightly curved tusks. We are professional coin dealer and sell world coins over 20 years. I will leave feedback, right after I receive it from You. Take a look at my other lots maybe you will find something that interests you. The item “2007 Transnistria Moldova Silver Proof Coin Mammoth Elephant Prehistoric animal” is in sale since Saturday, May 4, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Other European Coins”. The seller is “ukr-coins” and is located in Europe. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
- Composition: Silver
- Certification: Uncertified
- Year: 2007