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2019
COLLECTABLE
COMMEMORATIVE COINS
 

After a quarter-century of upholding the freedoms of all peoples of South Africa, the world still marvels at our transition from an apartheid state, where human rights concerned only the elite, to the much-admired, peaceful and functioning democracy that promotes freedom today. Thus, we recognise this with the launch of the SA25 Commemorative Coin Range. Each coin depicts a basic human right that we now have access to.

WE THE PEOPLE
Artist: Peter Mammes
Reverse Typographer: G Walker
Release Date: April 2019
R50 Bronze Alloy Coin

Made from an aluminium bronze alloy, the R50: We the People collectable coin bears two hands and fingers intertwined as a symbol of unity between the people of our nation. Promoting democracy and unity, the phrase “we the people” has become a commonly known global ideal, after which this coin is fashioned. Designer Peter Mammes, wanted to simultaneously depict diversity and togetherness. The intertwined hands that read as unity in South African sign language do not show any race, religion, age or other markers against which one might discriminate. Rather, they show togetherness, a sign of what the nation has been striving to attain in the past 25 years.

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25 YEARS OF CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRACY
Artist: Lady Skollie
Reverse Typographer: G Walker
Release Date: April 2019
R50 Sterling-Silver Coin

The year 1994 saw South Africa liberated from a widely condemned system, and welcomed one of liberation, where citizens from all walks of life could cast their vote at the ballot box. The famous images of voting polling stations in 1994 with their snake-like qualities of running into coils of people; Khoisan rock paintings; and the element of waiting for a better tomorrow, all provided inspiration for this coin. Designed by Lady Skollie, the R50 sterling-silver collectable coin represents the great strides made in our nation in 25 years of constitutional democracy. With our constitution today, we are now all equal before the law and no one can be discriminated against on the basis of race, culture, language, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or any other grounds. Our constitution is committed to the continued development and prosperity of the nation, policy making and the ability for all citizens to vote and choose how they would like their government to rule.

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THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA
Artist: Shaun Gaylard
Reverse Typographer: G Walker
Release Date: May 2019
R500 24-Carat 1oz Gold Coin

The Constitutional Court of South Africa – R500 Gold collectable coin will be immortalised as a part of South Africa’s history, marking a significant milestone in our country’s progress! Located in Johannesburg, the Constitutional Court itself is a beacon of hope and stands tall as testament to 25 years of constitutional democracy. Functioning as the right arm of justice, its main authority is to rule on whether laws conflict with constitutionally established rules, rights, and freedoms, among other things, in order to ensure that all South Africans are treated fairly and that their human rights are not violated.

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WE THE PEOPLE
Artist: Peter Mammes
Reverse Typographer: G Walker
Release Date: April 2019
R50 Bronze Alloy Coin

Made from an aluminium bronze alloy, the R50: We the People collectable coin bears two hands and fingers intertwined as a symbol of unity between the people of our nation. Promoting democracy and unity, the phrase “we the people” has become a commonly known global ideal, after which this coin is fashioned. Designer Peter Mammes, wanted to simultaneously depict diversity and togetherness. The intertwined hands that read as unity in South African sign language do not show any race, religion, age or other markers against which one might discriminate. Rather, they show togetherness, a sign of what the nation has been striving to attain in the past 25 years.

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25 YEARS OF CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRACY
Artist: Lady Skollie
Reverse Typographer: G Walker
Release Date: April 2019
R50 Sterling-Silver Coin

The year 1994 saw South Africa liberated from a widely condemned system, and welcomed one of liberation, where citizens from all walks of life could cast their vote at the ballot box. The famous images of voting polling stations in 1994 with their snake-like qualities of running into coils of people; Khoisan rock paintings; and the element of waiting for a better tomorrow, all provided inspiration for this coin. Designed by Lady Skollie, the R50 sterling-silver collectable coin represents the great strides made in our nation in 25 years of constitutional democracy. With our constitution today, we are now all equal before the law and no one can be discriminated against on the basis of race, culture, language, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or any other grounds. Our constitution is committed to the continued development and prosperity of the nation, policy making and the ability for all citizens to vote and choose how they would like their government to rule.

THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA
Artist: Shaun Gaylard
Reverse Typographer: G Walker
Release Date: May 2019
R500 24-Carat 1oz Gold Coin

The Constitutional Court of South Africa – R500 Gold collectable coin will be immortalised as a part of South Africa’s history, marking a significant milestone in our country’s progress! Located in Johannesburg, the Constitutional Court itself is a beacon of hope and stands tall as testament to 25 years of constitutional democracy. Functioning as the right arm of justice, its main authority is to rule on whether laws conflict with constitutionally established rules, rights, and freedoms, among other things, in order to ensure that all South Africans are treated fairly and that their human rights are not violated.

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