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Intaglio Mint - Pan-Pac Octagonal Tribute– 2 Troy Ounce – 39MM

In celebration of the opening of the Panamá Canal, the City of San Francisco hosted the Panamá-Pacific Exposition. In commemoration of the event, the United States Mint struck a variety of both silver and gold coins which included a $50 round and $50 octagonal. Apart from Patterns and semi-official Territorial gold coins, the United States had never issued a $50 gold piece. Contains: 2 Troy Ounces of .999 Fine Silver Obverse: Left-Facing bust of Minerva, the Roman goddess wearing a crested helmet, the date appears in Roman numerals at the top of Minerva’s shield. “IN GOD WE TRUST” is seen above Minerva’s head, with “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” around the upper circumference of the coin and “TWO TROY OUNCES” around the bottom. Reverse: A depiction of an Owl perched on a Ponderosa Pine, surrounded by cones. The beaded border is repeated again on the reverse, separating the central design from the legends, “PANAMA PACIFIC EXPOSITION” and “SAN FRANCISCO” on around the periphery. “E PLURIBUS UNUM” can be seen to the right of the Owl, with “.999 FINE AG” below. The “S” mintmark is just right of the cone below.

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Trump Campaign - 1 Troy Ounce - 39MM

Love him, hate him, or just indifferent to him, one cannot deny Donald J. Trump represents a fascinating, if not appealing moment in the American political process. By securing the GOP nomination, this medal commemorates Trump’s campaign as his party’s official Presidential Candidate.

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$10 Indian Tribute - High Relief - 2 Troy Ounce - 39MM

Though called the “Indian Head Gold Eagle”, the obverse design is not actually that of an American Indian but of Lady Liberty facing to the left wearing an Indian headdress or feather war bonnet with “LIBERTY” inscribed on the headband of the bonnet. Above the bust design are 13 stars to represent the original states or colonies. The reverse features a standing eagle on a perch of bundled arrows and an olive branch. To the right of the Eagle’s head are the words “E PLURIBUS UNUM” and next to the eagle’s breast is the motto “IN GOD WE TRUST” On the outer periphery are the words “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” and denomination “TEN DOLLARS,” with a dot between the two words.

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Intaglio Mint - The Werewolf – 1 Troy Ounce – 39MM

Contains: 1 oz. Troy Ounce .999 Fine Silver Obverse: The detailed depiction of a Werewolf under the light of a full moon, gazing hungrily down upon an Eastern European village. “THE WEREWOLF,” across the top circumference. Reverse: Intaglio Mint logo set on radial burst surrounded by stippled border reading “ONE TROY OUNCE” above and “.999 FINE SILVER” below on textured background, flanked by 4 bullet points on each side.

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Intaglio Mint - Davy Crockett – 2 Troy Ounce– 39MM

Davy Crockett was born in 1786 in Tennessee. In 1813, he participated in a massacre against the Creek Indians at Tallushatchee and later earned a seat in the 21st U.S. Congress. He was re-elected to Congress twice before leaving politics to fight in the Texas Revolution. On March 6, 1836, Crockett was killed at the Battle of the Alamo in San Antonio, though the exact circumstances of his death have been the subject of debate. Contains: 2 Troy Ounce .999 Fine Silver Obverse: A depiction of Davy Crockett based on one of the most famous photos known. “DAVY CROCKETT” above the portrait curved along the circumference. Reverse: The common reverse for the series, it includes many iconic images of the old west. Centered, a blank badge wrapped with a cowboy’s rope, a horned bull skull centered, with opposing six-shooters at 10 and 2 o’clock, and finally, two horseshoes at three o’clock, and a small badge at nine o’clock with the Intaglio mint mark. Hallmark at 6 o’clock curved on the lower circumference.

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Lincoln - 2 Troy Ounce - 39MM

Abraham Lincoln is remembered for his crucial role as the leader in saving the Union during the Civil War and beginning the process that led to the end of slavery in the United States. He is also remembered for his character, leadership, speeches, letters, and as a man of humble beginnings whose determination and perseverance led him to the nation’s highest office.

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Saint Eligius- 2 Troy Ounce- 50MM- Limited Mintage:500 (Antiqued)

The “Patron Saint of Numismatics,” a seven coin set that we are going to release in reverse. The seventh in the series is available today, in both BU and ANTIQUE finishes! There will be only 500 of each finish produced! Hallmark and mintage number are laser engraved on the edge of the coin.

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Intaglio Mint Skull and Crossbones- Washington Funeral Medal- 5 Troy Ounce- 50MM- Limited Mintage:500

The entire nation fell into mourning on December 14, 1799, with the passing of the Father of Our Country, George Washington. There wasn’t an American alive that did not feel the loss of the great man that helped guide us from colonies to Country. There were many innumerable celebrations held in cities, towns, and villages throughout the land for months to follow. On February 11, 1800, in Boston, Massachusetts, more than 1,600 Masons (Washington was a Mason), marched and celebrated both the anniversary of this birth and his recent death. Large crowds gathered for the event. It’s thought that the Skull and Crossbones medals were made in early 1800, shortly after the passing of Washington, but before the Mason’s Parade on February 11, 1800, where both the marchers and the spectators wore the medals in tribute.

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Intaglio Mint - 1838 Gobrecht Dollar (J84) Tribute – 2 Troy Ounce – 39MM

J84 – Name Omitted / Stars above Seated Liberty / No Stars on Reverse Minted from 1836 to 1839, the Gobrecht Dollar was the first silver dollar produced for circulation since the denomination had officially been discontinued in 1806. To determine if the reintroduced silver dollar denomination would be well received by the public, the Gobrecht Dollar was struck in small numbers. Contains: 2 oz. Troy of .999 Fine Silver Obverse: The head of Liberty with thirteen stars along the top circumference, and the word LIBERTY below. Reverse: Traditional laurel wreath and fasces encircle the outer circumference, with the words “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” above and below the inner circle of the wreath, and TWO TROY OUNCES in the center, with the hallmark below. The date is located at the bottom center.

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Intaglio Mint - Molon Labe – Type IV – 1 Troy Ounce – 39MM

Molon Labe, meaning “come and take it” is a traditional Greek phrase expressing defiance, believed to be spoken by the Spartan King Leonidas when the Persian armies demanded the surrender of their weapons. The expression is commemorated in this one-ounce silver art medal. Contains: 1 Troy Ounce .999 Fine Silver Obverse: The detailed depiction of Soldier in Spartan regalia with a spear in hand and shield raised, facing an overwhelming number of enemy forces, many of which are perched upon large pachyderms. “MOLON LABE” around the bottom circumference. Reverse: Intaglio Mint logo set on radial burst surrounded by stippled border reading “ONE TROY OUNCE” above and “.999 FINE SILVER” below on textured background, flanked by 4 bullet points on each side.

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Texas Ranger Badge - 1 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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Intaglio Mint - The Mermaid – 1 Troy Ounce – 39MM

Coin Contains: 1 Troy Ounce .999 Fine Silver Obverse: The detailed underwater depiction of a Mermaid, centered, with two additional Mermaids to the left and right, with a shipwreck in the background, and a bed of skulls and ship parts in the foreground. “THE MERMAID,” across the top circumference. Reverse: Intaglio Mint logo set on radial burst surrounded by stippled border reading “ONE TROY OUNCE” above and “.999 FINE SILVER” below on textured background, flanked by 4 bullet points on each side.

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Intaglio - Mint - Annie Oakley – 2 Troy Ounce – 39MM

Contains: 2 Troy Ounce .999 Fine Silver Obverse: A depiction of Annie Oakley based on one of the most famous photos known. “ANNIE OAKLEY” above the portrait curved along the circumference. Reverse: The common reverse for the series, it includes many iconic images of the old west. Centered, a blank badge wrapped with a cowboy’s rope, a horned bull skull centered, with opposing six-shooters at 10 and 2 o’clock, and finally, two horseshoes at three o’clock, and a small badge at nine o’clock with the Intaglio mint mark. Hallmark at 6 o’clock curved on the lower circumference.

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Getz Washington - Antiqued - 2 Troy oz

On the 31st of October 1791, Robert Morris, head of the Senate committee on coinage and former Superintendent of Finance during the Confederation, was appointed to draft legislation that would provide for the establishment of a federal mint, including specifics on the size and design of the coins. Anticipating passage of his version of the legislation, Morris hired engravers to make sample coins to his specifications. Among the engravers he employed was Peter Getz of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

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Public Enemy #1- Alphonse Capone- 2 Troy Ounce- 39MM

Al Capone dealt with his rival Chicago gangs with brutal violence. The most famous example was his 1929 St. Valentines Day Massacre of the Bugs Moran Gang.

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Come and Take It

"Come and Take It" is a phrase used during the Battle of Gonzales, the first battle of the Texas Revolution. This 1oz, 39 mm coin commemorates the battle and the "famous" cannon, which the Mexican army sought to take back during the battle.

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Intaglio Mint - Gargoyle – Type II – 2 Troy Ounce– UHR – 39MM

Contains: 2 Troy Ounce .999 Fine Silver Obverse: A depiction of one of the many famous gargoyle’s that adorn Notre Dame de Paris looking out over the Paris landscape. The background fields are distressed and textured masonry, with the words “NOTRE-DAME” on the outer circumference at 10 o’clock. Reverse: The common reverse for the series, featuring a depiction of gothic architecture window frames circling the outer circumference with the words “GARGOYLES OF THE WORLD,” centered, with a gargoyle perched on the “O” in gargoyle. Hallmark in the outer circumference at 6 o’clock.

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Intaglio Mint - Molon Labe – Type IV – 1 Troy Ounce – 39MM (Antiqued)

Molon Labe, meaning “come and take it” is a traditional Greek phrase expressing defiance, believed to be spoken by the Spartan King Leonidas when the Persian armies demanded the surrender of their weapons. The expression is commemorated in this one-ounce silver art medal. Contains: 1 Troy Ounce .999 Fine Silver Obverse: The detailed depiction of Soldier in Spartan regalia with a spear in hand and shield raised, facing an overwhelming number of enemy forces, many of which are perched upon large pachyderms. “MOLON LABE” around the bottom circumference. Reverse: Intaglio Mint logo set on radial burst surrounded by stippled border reading “ONE TROY OUNCE” above and “.999 FINE SILVER” below on textured background, flanked by 4 bullet points on each side.

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Continental Dollar - 2 Troy Ounce - 39MM

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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