Why add this Brilliant Uncirculated Golden State Mint Spartan 1 oz. Silver Round to your collection?
This impressively designed round is the first release of a silver bullion series dedicated to the greatest warriors in world history. The round honors the legendary Spartans, one of the most powerful and feared military forces of ancient Greece in the 6th-4th centuries BC. This bullion round measuring 39 mm in diameter is magnificently struck from 1 Troy oz. of .999 fine silver by the Golden State Mint, a U.S. based manufacturer of precious metals products since 1974.
Spartan Warrior Design
The obverse depicts a Spartan Warrior in an aggressive pose, with a spear held in his right hand and a shield in his left. The warrior's shield is adorned with the Greek letter lambda, an homage to Lacedaemon, the name of the Spartan city-state in antiquity. Inscribed "SPARTAN."
The tools of the Spartan warrior are featured on the reverse, a Dory spear, Xiphos (short sword) and battle axe, behind an officer's crested Corinthian helmet. Inscriptions include "1 OUNCE .999 FINE AG" and "WARRIORS."
Gorgeous GEM Brilliant Uncirculated Round
This Spartan Warrior 1 oz. Silver Round struck by the Golden State Mint is presented in Brilliant Uncirculated (GEM BU) condition. The ungraded bullion round possesses the superb strike, nearly perfect surfaces and outstanding eye appeal equivalent to a coin earning a grade of 65 or higher.
Make this stunning 1 oz. silver tribute to the Spartan Warrior the next addition to your collection! Purchase yours today from MCM!
|Mint:||Golden State Mint|
|Display Weight:||1 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||31.1035 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1 oz|
|Obverse Design:||Spartan Warrior|
|Reverse Design:||Corinthian Helmet|
Struck by private mints, some rounds are tailored to specific interests that are overlooked by government mints, while others provide affordable pieces with historic designs. Here are some rounds that our customers love. Each round was struck from 1 oz of .999 fine silver.
While their primary goals and motivations may initially appear to be different, stackers are often collectors too, and collectors like to stack as well.