Expo 2020 Dubai: UAE Central Bank Issues Commemorative Coin, Costs Dh662 – News
The Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates (CBUAE) announced on Friday the issue of silver coins with the official mascots of Expo 2020.
This is the second commemorative coin to be produced on the occasion of this global event. The first commemorative gold and silver coins were issued on the occasion of Expo 2020 in the UAE.
The central bank will issue 2,020 silver coins weighing 40 grams each. The face of the coin will feature Expo 2020 mascots and Dubai’s most iconic landmark.
On the reverse of the coin, the face value is shown, surrounded by the name of the United Arab Emirates in Arabic and English. All commemorative coins issued will be available for sale through the official Expo 2020 stores as well as the New Zealand Mint website.
They are going up for sale at a price of $ 180 (Dh662). The coins will not be offered for sale at the headquarters or branches of the Central Bank.
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Expo 2020 will take place from October 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022. The event is attended by 191 participating nations and millions of visitors from all over the world.