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Why buy this Intaglio Mint 2 oz Silver Pan-Pac Round?
This 2 oz. Silver Pan-Pac Round is perfect for collectors with an interest in history generally and American numismatic history specifically. The round's designs come from one of five commemorative coins that the U.S Mint issued to honor the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. The Exposition was held in San Francisco in 1915 to celebrate the successful completion of the Panama Canal. The coin on which the round is based was the first ever $50 gold coin struck by the US Mint and the first ever commemorative coin struck at a branch mint. It was struck in San Francisco. The round was struck from 2 oz of .999 fine silver at Intaglio Mint and will arrive in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
Stunning Minerva Desgin by Robert Aitken
Both faces of this round bear the designs of Robert Aitken. On the obverse is a left-facing portrait of Minerva, the Roman goddess of warfare and wisdom. The young figure has long hair and wears a military helmet. She is joined by the inscriptions "IN GOD WE TRUST" and "MCMXV" (1915). The coin on which the round is based was the first ever USU commemorative to bear the national motto, while the date refers to the year of the Expo. Rim inscriptions read, "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" and "TWO TROY OUNCES."
The reverse features an owl. Perched on a Ponderosa Pine that is surrounded by pine cones, the bird faces slightly to the left of the holder. The inscription "E PLURIBUS UNUM" (From many, one) is included on the right. "PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPOSITION" and' "SAN FRANCISCO" are inscribed on the rim frame.
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|Display Weight:||2 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||62.207 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||2 oz|