Buy 2 oz Indian Silver Coin With Bitcoin

Buy 2 oz Indian Silver Coin With Bitcoin


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Purity .999

Thickness 6 mm

Weight 2 Troy Ounces

  • One of the more unique American coin designs featured on the $10 Gold Eagle coin from 1907 to 1933. Known as the Indian Head design, this left-profile portrait of Liberty wearing a Native American headdress was distinct compared to other Native American designs and Liberty designs of the era. Today, 2 oz Indian Silver Rounds are available to you online from JM Bullion. Round Highlights: Available to you inside of protective packaging! Reflects the designs of the $10 Gold Eagle! Contains 2 Troy oz of .999 pure silver in BU condition. On the obverse is Libertys portrait with a feathered headdress. The reverse includes an American bald eagle on a quiver of arrows. Designed originally by Augustus Saint-Gaudens. The designs featured on the 2 oz Indian Silver Round are reflective of the $10 Gold Eagle coin in circulation in the US from 1907 to 1933. Unlike the Gold Double Eagle, the Gold Eagle coin was issued regularly only from 1907 to 1916. World War I and falling interest in the $10 denomination pushed the coin into intermittent coining between the wars end and the halt of US gold coins in 1933. All of these 2 oz Indian Silver Rounds are available to you in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. These silver rounds are available inside of protective packaging from the Intaglio Mint. A private minting operation with just a handful of dedicated craftsman, the Intaglio Mint produces a variety of intriguing collectible items. On the obverse of the 2 oz Indian Silver Round is the left-profile portrait of Liberty. This design depicts Liberty wearing a feathered headdress similar to those of Native American tribal elders and leaders. The design includes 13 stars around her figure and was designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens. The reverse side of the Indian Silver Round includes Saint-Gaudens design for the $10 Gold Eagle. This image depicts an eagle at rest on a quiver full of arrows that is wrapped inside of an olive branch. The design originally created by Saint-Gaudens did not feature the phrase In God We Trust, but later issues of the coin and these silver rounds do bear the national motto.

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