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Why add the Golden State Mint Aztec Calendar 1 oz Silver Bar BU to your stack?
These Golden State Mint Aztec Calendar 1 oz. Silver Bars are available for your stack in stunning BU condition. Each bar consists of 1 oz. of .999 fine silver and was struck by the industry stalwart Golden State Mint. The mint began operations in 1974, is family owned and continues to strike innovative and desirable bullion products. They are a leader in the private minting space.
Iconic Aztec Design Imagery
The remarkable obverse image used on the bar is the left-facing portrait of the Aztec Emperor, Cuauhtamoc. He was the last emperor of the Aztec Empire. The image was taken from the iconic 5 Pesos Mexican silver coin that was struck in 1947 and 1948. The reverse of the round features the exceedingly beautiful Aztec Calendar. This cultural imagery blockbuster features the powerful Aztec Sun God, Tonatiuh, who is the leader of Heaven. This calendar covers five entire Aztec Eras: our current era and four eras that have occurred in the past.
Desirable BU Condition
Brilliant Uncirculated coins and bars are "as minted" with lustrous and unblemished original surfaces. They have no evidence of friction or mishandling. BU items are sought after by numismatic collectors and bullion stackers for their attractive appearance. These attractive bars are a great way to add weight to your stack!
Add some stunning BU Golden State Mint Aztec Calendar 1 oz. Silver Bars to your ModernCoinMart order today!
This Golden State Mint Aztec Calendar 1 oz Silver Bar BU is proudly minted by the Golden State Mint. Golden State Mint is a private mint located in the United States and is known for its exceptional silver rounds.
|Year of Issue:||2020|
|Mint:||Golden State Mint|
|Display Weight:||1 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||31.1035 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1 oz|
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