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

“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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Intaglio Mint - Molon Labe – Type III – 2 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: 2 Troy Ounce .999 Fine Silver Obverse: The Detailed depiction of Soldier in Spartan regalia kneeling on the corpses of the enemy while holding a shield in his left hand and a spear in his right while being showered with arrows from the enemy forces, and the words “MOLON LABE” around the top. Reverse: Intaglio Mint lo

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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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