This massive coin, struck of 100 grams (3.215 Oz.) of pure 999 silver, offers a real three dimensional effect on the reverse, with an ultra-deep 5 mm relief achieved with the “Four Layer Minting Technique”. This fourth issue features the interior dome of the Sacré-Cœur Basilica of Montmartre in Paris, in a superb detailed minted artwork. Properly, an antique patina finish was selected, highlighting the rich in detail and the ultra-deep relief. The name of the coin “SACRÉ-CŒUR BASILICA” is displayed on the top and the face value “10 DOLLARS” on the bottom. The coin’s obverse carries the classic Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty queen Elizabeth II on the centre, with the queen’s name “ELIZABETH II” and the name of the country “SOLOMON ISLANDS” on the left and right along the rim. The year of issue together with the inscription of the weight, the metal and the fineness of it was struck off, are displayed on the lower part along the rim. Finally, this high sought after collector coin is housed in a customized presentation case accompanied with an information booklet that confirms the coin's outstanding specifications.