The only angel of the interfaith seriesGuardian Angels of theAustrian Mint not recognized as an archangel by the Roman Catholic Church, Uriel.
Meaning "the light of God" or "God is my light" in Hebrew, Uriel is symbolized on the obverse of the coin in the form of stylized flames that come out of a bra decorated and framed by the letter U. Created by our state of Colour Application Technique, the motif of yellow vine that surrounds it makes this jewel bearer even more special. The reverse of the coin represents an adaptation of an Uriel representation on a stained glass of the church of Sainte-Marie, in the village of Mortenhoe, in Devon, southwest of England. Made by Selwyn Image (1849-1930) around 1890, the window shows Uriel young man with short hair and halo. He holds in his hand a stylized sun bearing the wordSol, which means sun in Latin.
Metal: Copper 999/1000
Mass: 15 grams
Shooting: 130 000 copies