Singapore International Coin Fair
March 28 ~ 30
Sands Expo & Convention Center,
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Hall A, Level 1
The organizing committee here in Singapore is honored to announce that on display at the SICF this year will be one of the largest gold coins ever minted. This 1,000-ounce (68-pounds/31 Kilograms) gold coin was specially arranged to come to Singapore by the Austrian Mint, and is the largest coin ever produced in their iconic and famous “Philharmonic Orchestra” program. At the time it was produced, it was recorded as the largest gold coin in the world by Guinness World Records. It features a face value of €100,000 Euros, with a diameter of 37 centimeters and a thickness of 2 centimeters. The total weight is a massive 31.103 Kilograms of 999.9 pure gold. The 1,000-ounce Austrian Philharmonic gold coin will be on display for 3 days only, at the Sands Expo and Convention Center during the Singapore International Coin Fair. This is the first time a coin this big has been in Singapore.
1SILVER1 through participating in 2013 International Coin Fair Singapore, was able to gather first-hand experience working with professionals of the industry and also understand more about the numismatic collecting community. It is truly an eye opening experience for all at 1SILVER1 and hope that we will be able to participate annually.—1Silver1 Pte Ltd
Every year, the Singapore International Coin Fair (SICF) is growing further in terms of international outreach among dealers, mints and visitors. Panda America has done a great job in putting this venue back on Asian coin collectors' calendar and leveraging their expertise and relationships to make it a not-to-miss event. PCGS looks forward to participating in SICF 2014. It has become THE event in South Asia to present PCGS services to a wide range of dealers, collectors and all others interested in PCGS authenticated and graded coin collecting.—Muriel Eymery, VP International Business Development, PCGS