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Why order this 1 oz Silver Golden State Mint Indian Head Design Incused Round?
The US Mint struck Gold Incuse Indian Head coins from 1908-1915 and again from 1925-1929. The coins, which featured inscriptions and designs that were struck into rather than out of the metal, proved troublesome in commerce because dirt and debris would get stuck in them. For collectors, though, the coins were - and remain - an attractive novelty. Golden State Mint struck rounds that feature the designs of those famous coins. Each round was struck from 1 oz of .999 fine silver. Yours will arrive in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
Iconic Incuse Indian Head Design by Bela Lyon Pratt
Both faces of this round bear the incuse designs of Bela Lyon Pratt. The obverse features an aging Native American man wearing a larger feathered headdress. The feathers are long and extend back. "LIBERTY" is inscribed on the rim, joined by thirteen stars, which symbolize the original thirteen states.
On the reverse, an eagle stands perched on arrows. The arrows serve as a reminder to the world that America is willing to defend her values. The bird, which appears regal and proud with its head held high, holds an olive branch, which is wrapped around the arrows, in place. The olive branch expresses a desire for peace. Two mottoes, "E PLURIBUS UNUM" (From many, one) and "IN GOD WE TRUST," flank the bird, while the round's weight and face value, "1 TROY OZ 999 FINE SILVER" is inscribed along the rim at the bottom. "GOLDEN STATE MINT" is included at the top.
Add this Golden State Mint 1 oz Silver Indian Head Design Incused Round to your collection today.
|Mint:||Golden State Mint|
|Display Weight:||1 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||31.1035 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1 oz|