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Why purchase this roll of 20 Highland Mint 1 oz. Saint-Gaudens Silver rounds?
When you want to add more silver to your stack, there are an enormous number of options available. Among them are these silver rounds that were struck by Highland Mint, a private minting facility based in the U.S. These rounds feature a classic design, weigh 1 Troy oz., and are made of .999 fine silver. This offer is for a roll of them, which provides a better price per round compared to buying them one at a time.
Classic Saint-Gaudens Obverse
The obverse is where Augustus Saint-Gaudens' Liberty design can be found. This version is quite similar to the original. The reason so many are familiar with this work is because the original design is considered to be the most beautiful U.S. coin design of all time.
The reverse of each round displays the silver content inscriptions. This side also features a design with a classic look. The top shows a shield while a detailed wreath fills most of the space below. The "HM" Mint mark can be found on this side as well.
Roll of 20 Rounds
There are 20 rounds in this roll. That means you will receive a total of 20 Troy oz. of silver. Each round is in GEM Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
Order your roll of 20 Highland Mint 1 oz. Saint-Gaudens silver rounds today!
This Roll of 20 - Highland Mint Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle Design 1 oz Silver Rounds is proudly minted by the Highland Mint. The Highland Mint was established in the early 1980s and has become one of the most reputable private mints in the United States.
|Quantity:||Roll of 20|
|Display Weight:||1 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||31.1032 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1 oz|
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.