Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Kazakhstan 50 tenge 2006 - Craddle ceremony and Space

New circulating commemoratives:

"Bessikke salu (Craddle Ceremony)"

Bessikke salu is a ceremony of putting the newborn to the cradle and is celebrated in Kazakh family as a significant stage of the newborn on the way to full age.


In the center of the coin there's a composition, which symbolizes the unity of a man and the universe, bonds of past and present.

Coat of Arms of Kazakhstan:

LINK: National Bank of Kazakhstan

Weight: 11.37 g
Diameter: 31.00 mm
Thickness: 2.00 mm
Edge: grooved with 10 sectors of corrugation
Mintage: 50,000

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