Einstein on world’s smallest gold coin

Switzerland has unveiled the world’s smallest gold coin, featuring an image the of scientist Albert Einstein.

At only 2.96-millimetres across and weighing just 0.063 grams the new coin is tiny. It is roughly around the size of the tip of a match stick.

The coin has a value of 1/4 of a Swiss franc ($0.26) and can be ordered online.

According to Swissmint, 999 of the coins have been made, and a single coin will be sold for 199 francs (NZ$312). Each coin will be accompanied with a special magnifying glass so owners can see Einstein.

The gold coin represents Swissmint’s official 2020 commemorative coin and celebrates the works of Einstein.

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that is a lot of money

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I would probably like to buy one

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cool but expensive

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omg who made this coin

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