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Texas Ranger Badge - 2 Troy Ounce - Antiqued

The name “Texas Rangers” was applied in 1823 to a group of men “riding the range” in southern and western Texas, fighting Indians and Mexicans. As a result of their many successes over the years, in 1835 they were officially adopted as a law enforcement agency for the people of Texas.

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Battlefield Cross Tribute High Relief – 2oz .999 Fine Silver BU – Limited Mintage

The Battlefield Cross Tribute High Relief from Intaglio Mint is 2 oz of .999 Fine Silver BU and has a limited mintage of 500.

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Continental Dollar - 2 Troy Ounce - Antiqued

1776 was a momentous year for the thirteen American Colonies. On July 4th of that year, delegates to the Continental Congress signed a Declaration of Independence, sending notice to England and the rest of the world that the Colonies would submit no longer to outside governance and interference. In recognition of the solidarity of the Colonies and their assumption of the right as a sovereign entity to coin their own monies, plans were made to issue a Silver Dollar. Patterns, using designs provided by Benjamin Franklin, were struck in Pewter, Brass, and Silver.

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Deuce Four Skull Type II – 1oz .999 Fine Silver Art Medal

The Deuce Head Four Skull .999 fine silver round from Intaglio Mint depicts the symbol that often is used to intimidate and strike fear in those who may face this image.

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Fugio Cent - 2 Troy Ounce

On April 21, 1787, the Congress of the Confederation of the United States authorized a design for an official copper penny, later referred to as the Fugio cent because of its image of the sun shining down on a sundial with the caption, “Fugio,” a Latin word meaning “flee or fly.” Designed by Benjamin Franklin, as a reminder to its holders, he put at the bottom the message, “Mind Your Business.” The image and the words form a rebus meaning that “time flies, do your work.” This design was also used on the “Continental dollar,” issued as coins of an unknown real denomination in February 1776.

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Don’t Tread on Me - 2oz .999 Silver Art Medal – Antiqued (6mm thick)

“Don’t Tread on Me” .999 fine silver round from Intaglio Mint features a rattlesnake coiled above the expression on a yellow background, as on the so-called "Gadsden flag."

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Sommer Islands Twelve Pence (Hogge Money)- 2 Troy Ounce- 39MM

“Hogge Money” (so named because of the pig that appears on the obverses of the coins) was introduced to the Bermuda Islands circa 1616 by Daniel Tuckar, the new Governor of the Bermuda Company. All of the coins are rare to extremely rare. They were struck on thin planchets of brassy copper – some or all may have been silvered after striking. Many of the known specimens have been found in the last few decades by beachcombers and metal detectors

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Memento Mori - 2 Troy Ounce - 39MM - Antiqued

During the time of ancient Rome, legend has it that a general returning home after being triumphant in an important battle, paraded around the entire city celebrating his victory. He received accolades, congratulations, and compliments from the crowds. For a moment, the general felt a great deal of pride and intense arrogance. At that moment, a slave, who would have otherwise gone unremembered, said in a low voice, so not to be heard by anyone but his master, uttered the words, “Memento mori.” “Remember that you too will die.” So profound and obvious that it remains important in Western culture even to this day.

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