Art Fairs may have been postponed, gone online, or cancelled entirely but you can still buy a Museum Masterpiece.
Normally, September is a month of creativity when art fairs, galleries and artists collaborate in celebration of art. However, just about everything is turned upside down, including the art world.
Fortunately, the creative economy has responded with virtual fairs, online auctions and speciality curated exhibitions accessible from phones and laptops, allowing art lovers still to get their fix, invest and collect.
Coinciding with these creative catalysts is the launch of the Museum Masterpieces gold coin collection from The South African Gold Coin Exchange & The Scoin Shop. This specially curated set crafted by Monnaie de Paris highlights major works created or exhibited in France each year. Monnaie de Paris is France’s longest standing institution and strikes the euro coins in circulation for France, as well as coins for other foreign currencies.
The South African Gold Coin Exchange & The Scoin Shop are the market leaders in buying and selling gold coins and will be the exclusive distributor of the Monnaie de Paris’ Museum Masterpieces collection. These uniquely square-shaped coins are made of .999 fine gold and have a scarce mintage of only 1 500, making them rare and highly sought after.’
‘We have a great appreciation of the importance of these three works,’ says Rael Demby, COO of The South African Gold Coin Exchange & The Scoin Shop.
‘Most art collectors can’t add a Van Gogh, Hokusai or Picasso to their collections but they can own a mini-masterpiece with any one of the Museum Masterpieces gold coins.’