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Why does this Brilliant Uncirculated 5 oz. Silver Golden State Mint Aztec Calendar bar belong in your collection?
This silver bar produced by the privately owned Golden State Mint in Florida is an homage to Aztec culture and ingenuity demonstrated by the famed Aztec calendar sculpture known as the Sun Stone, created around 1502-1521. Struck from 5 Troy oz. of .999 fine silver, the rectangular bar measures an impressive bar 60.63 x 35.49 mm, with a thickness of 7.49 mm.
Breathtaking Aztec Calendar Design
The reverse is adorned with an ornately detailed interpretation of the Aztec Sun Stone. The face at the center, believed by some historians to represent the solar deity Tonatiuh, is encircled by a concentric design decorated with symbols representing the days, months and specific periods of time on the Aztec calendar. The bar border contains elements from the outermost ring of the stone, elongated into a rectangular shape.
Centered on the obverse is a portrait of the last Aztec Emperor, Cuauhtemoc, wearing an ornate ceremonial headdress. Inscriptions include "FIVE TROY OUNCES," "CUAUHTEMOC" and ".999 FINE SILVER."
Gorgeous Brilliant Uncirculated Bar
This 5 oz. Silver Bar produced by the Golden State Mint is presented in Brilliant Uncirculated (GEM BU) condition. Expect the bar to be superbly struck, featuring nearly perfect surfaces and outstanding eye appeal.
Make this 5 oz. Silver Golden State Mint bar with a stunning Aztec Calendar design the next addition to your precious metals stack!
This Golden State Mint Aztec Calendar 5 oz Silver Bar GEM 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:||5 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||155.517 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||5 oz|
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