The Second Amendment Round is comprised of 1 oz ADVP .999 Fine Copper and celebrates the American's right to bear arms.The obverse of each round is inscribed with the words “CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS,” along with the patriotic image of a forefather holding a rifle. The American flag is waving behind him.
Originally minted by the United States Mint on the Quarter, and Half Eagles released from 1908 until 1929, the .999 Copper Round features the classic Indian Head design, which remains the only incuse design featured on U.S. coinage.
Inspired by the Statue of Liberty Dollar, these brilliant uncirculated rounds contain one avoirdupois ounce of .999 copper. The front is embossed with the Statue of Liberty, an enduring American symbol of freedom. The edge is inscribed with “United States of America” The reverse portrays the Great Seal of the United States.
One of our Nation’s most patriotic symbols, the American Bald Eagle, has long been a symbol of the resilience, and majesty of our great country. The 1-ounce pure .999 copper round features the American Bald Eagle in beautiful details, making this piece a must have for patriots!
Minted privately in the United States, the one-ounce .999 fine copper round features the Morgan Silver Dollar design, originally minted by the United States from 1878 until 1904 and then again in 1921.
The GMRGold.com 1/4 Oz AVDP Mercury Round imitates the design of the Mercury dime, a ten-cent coin struck by the United States Mint from 1916 to 1945. Designed by Adolph Weinman, who also designed the popular Walking Liberty Coin, the obverse of the round depicts lady liberty with a winged Pharygian cap.
One of the deadliest and most widely recognized reptiles of the animal kingdom, the rattlesnake, now has it’s own shiny copper round coin! The 1 ounce Copper the Rattler coin is a great way to keep the lethal animal, right in your pocket!
The 1 oz AVDP Mercury Round imitates the design of the Mercury dime, a ten-cent coin struck by the United States Mint from 1916 to 1945. Designed by Adolph Weinman, who also designed the popular Walking Liberty Coin, the obverse of the round depicts lady liberty with a winged Pharygian cap.
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