Purity 0.999 (99.9%)
Weight 2 Troy Ounces (62,2 g)
Dimensions 55 mm X 32.6 mm
Attributes Antique Finish, Ultra-High Relief, Colorization
Packaging Presentation Box and CoA
Crafted with an innovative approach, ‘Kiss of Death’ is more than a coin – it’s a piece of narrative art. The reverse scene captures the essence of the roaring twenties, with Lucky Luciano and his tommy gun at the forefront, surrounded by iconic symbols of the era – from mobster showdowns and bootleggers to flapper girls outside the famed Cotton Club. The colored beer and foam imagery in the holes of the knuckle duster adds a layer of depth, subtly nodding to both the era’s infamous cocktail culture and a more clandestine implication. Encircling this vibrant tableau is a meticulously designed Art Deco style frame, further anchoring the coin in the distinctive aesthetic and spirit of the 1920’s.
Flip to the obverse, and the scene continues with vivid depictions of protests, vintage cars, and dramatic newspaper headlines, painting a full picture of the era’s complex societal dynamics. This side also features the official effigy of King Charles III, affirming its status as legal tender. The obverse is equally framed in Art Deco style, seamlessly uniting the front and back in a cohesive tribute to the era.