Gold medal with a diameter of 24,90 mm in Au585/Ag415 7,25g – Ring striking – Proof like
The Bayer group donated this golden thank you-gift to all employees in order to pay tribute to their accomplishments on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Bayer in 2013. The design, provided by the customer, symbolizes the employees of Bayer, who work on innovations for a better life all around the world. 150 Years Bayer – Science For A Better Life.
Silver medal with a diameter of 40 mm in Ag999 1 Oz, partial gold plating – Ring striking
Individualisation with a piece of gold wire.
Each single medal is a unique piece. This is achieved by bending a 20 mm long golden wire to a triangle and placing it on the medal in between two minting strikes. The design has been provided by the customer, who supports humanitarian activities with the sales revenue of these medals.
International Research Fellowship Prize Programme
Ring striking D50 in Au585/Ag415 and Ag999 patinated
In honour of the logician Kurt Gödel, who would have celebrated his 100th birthday in 2006, the Kurt Gödel Society announced the celebration of an international competition that would take place over a number of years and various knockout rounds. The prize-giving ceremonies took place in 2008 and 2011. The prize-winners received gold and silver medals with pins. Further rounds of the competition are planned.
D50 bronze/silver-plated bronze/gold-plated bronze medals
At the VELUX EHF FINAL4 tournament four teams battle for the most coveted title in association handball and the corresponding medals. The Austrian Mint produced the medals for the VELUX EHF Champions League, the climax of the European and International handball season in 2012 and 2013. The tournament was won by THW Kiel in 2012 and by HSV Hamburg in 2013.
Silver medal with a diameter of 50 mm in Ag925 55 g – French style splash minting - Patinated
This classical medal shows a portrait of Karl Kraus, the Austrian-German geometer, professor and director of the Institute for Photogrammetry at the Technical University Vienna.
The Karl Kraus Textbook medal is awarded to well-deserved authors of textbooks by the Austrian Society for Surveying and Geoinformation on the occasion of the Congress of the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, which takes place all four years (personalized by engraving the name of the honoured person into the reverse side).
Silver medal with a diameter of 40 mm in Ag925 20g – Ring striking - Proof
In 1872, Sparkasse Schwaz was founded in order to help people of the region to improve their quality of life. This special medal, realized in the highest possible minting quality ‘proof’ and with a limited issue, has been donated to the 140 Years’ Anniversary of Sparkasse Schwaz, which has been celebrated in autumn 2012.
Silver medal with a diameter of 40 mm in Ag999 20g – Ring striking
The Austrian Cancer Research organization awards this medal in recognition of services to the Pink Ribbon campaign against breast cancer. The Pink Ribbon medal’s unmistakable pink colour is applied manually after minting.
This special award is presented in a splendid dark blue velvet case.