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The Swiss Federal Mint has released (23 January 2020) new gold collector coins, dedicated to eminent Physicist Albert Einstein, which they claim are the smallest machine-minted gold coins in the world. Measuring only 2.96 millimetres in diameter and with a weight of 0.063 grams, the .999 pure gold coins carry a legal tender denomination of 1/4-franc. Because neither image on the minted sides can be discerned with the naked eye, the Swissmint has commissioned special packaging, complete with magnifying lenses and light, ensuring that each coin can be examined while still keeping it safely stored.
Engraver: Remo Mascherini
Depicts the nominal value of 1/4 Fr. along with the inscription Helvetia and the Swiss cross, supplemented by the alloy mark AU 999.9, and the weight (OZ 1/500).
Depicts the famous image of Albert Einstein sticking out his tongue and the year 2020. Engraver's privy mark (initials) below.