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2021 Calendar medal
2021 Calendar medal
2021 Calendar medal

The Year of Saturn
Calendar Medal 2021 in Bronze

Product No. 25315

€  24.00

*incl. 20% VAT
Maximum order quantity: 20
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Celebrating the year of Saturn, the Calendar Medal 2021 is a convenient and elegant pocket year planner. Carrying a sickle, the roman god Saturn, after whom the planet is named, features on one side of the medal alongside the zodiac signs Capricorn and Aquarius, over which the planet rules. Every national holiday and Sunday in 2021 are shown on the medal’s other side.

As his sickle shows, Saturn was the god of agriculture in Roman mythology. Lasting several days, Saturnalia, the Ancient Roman annual winter festival celebrated in Saturn’s honour, was a carnival of feasting and revelry, during which people gave each other an abundance of gifts. Saturn’s mythological reign has been portrayed as being closely connected with the Golden Age, a utopian epoch before the emergence of civilization when, according to legend, people lived in peace with each other and in harmony with nature. The sickle is also symbolic of time. This is because the dates when Saturnalia was celebrated were very close to the turning of the year in the Roman calendar, leading to Saturn’s association with the concept of time. As such, Saturn makes for the ideal subject for the Calendar Medal 2021.

Date of Issue 1 October 2020
Quality Uncirculated
Occasion New Year
Coin Design Kathrin Kuntner
Diameter 40.00 mm
Alloy Bronze
Total Weight 22.00 g
Packaging Comes in a blister pack featuring information in German

Celebrating the year of Saturn, the Calendar Medal 2021 is a convenient and elegant pocket year planner. Carrying a sickle, the roman god Saturn, after whom the planet is named, features on one side of the medal alongside the zodiac signs Capricorn and Aquarius, over which the planet rules. Every national holiday and Sunday in 2021 are shown on the medal’s other side.

As his sickle shows, Saturn was the god of agriculture in Roman mythology. Lasting several days, Saturnalia, the Ancient Roman annual winter festival celebrated in Saturn’s honour, was a carnival of feasting and revelry, during which people gave each other an abundance of gifts. Saturn’s mythological reign has been portrayed as being closely connected with the Golden Age, a utopian epoch before the emergence of civilization when, according to legend, people lived in peace with each other and in harmony with nature. The sickle is also symbolic of time. This is because the dates when Saturnalia was celebrated were very close to the turning of the year in the Roman calendar, leading to Saturn’s association with the concept of time. As such, Saturn makes for the ideal subject for the Calendar Medal 2021.

Date of Issue 1 October 2020
Quality Uncirculated
Occasion New Year
Coin Design Kathrin Kuntner
Diameter 40.00 mm
Alloy Bronze
Total Weight 22.00 g
Packaging Comes in a blister pack featuring information in German