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Intaglio Mint -Walking Liberty Half Dollar Tribute – 2 Troy Ounce – 39MM

In 1916 the design of Adolph A. Weinman was selected for the new half dollar motif to replace the Barber design which had been in use since 1892. Weinman, a sculptor, also produced the Liberty Head or “Mercury” dime introduced the same year. Contains: 2 oz. Troy of .999 Fine Silver Obverse: Miss Liberty walking toward the sun, her right arm outstretched, her left arm carrying a bundle of branches, and with a starry cape behind. LIBERTY is above, while IN GOD WE TRUST is to the lower right, and the date is below. Reverse: An eagle perched on a rocky crag, from which grows a pine branch, a symbol of strength. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is above, E PLURIBUS UNUM is to the left, and TWO TROY OUNCES is below, with the hallmark on the lower right circumference.

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Intaglio Mint - Washington Bust / Bill Of Rights 2A – 1 Troy oz – 39MM (Antiqued)

Adopted on December 15, 1791, the Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights protects the right of the people to keep and bear arms. As the source of countless debates, this amendment has been saddled politically, however, time and time again the Supreme Court continues to uphold that this right belongs to individuals and is not to be infringed. George Washington himself is emblazoned on this medal with a declaration to those who would be armed in the defense of this nation, demanding discipline, which cannot be argued by any reasonable or rational person.

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Morte Prima DI Disonore- 2 Troy Ounce- 39mm

Decorative Cross and scrolls flank each of the top circle, while “MORTE PRIMA DI DISONORE” around the bottom, surrounding a high-relief of a skull wearing a decorative classic Roman-style helmet, pierced at the top by a sword, exiting through the mouth of the skull

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Intaglio Mint - Gargoyle – Type I – 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 with the Eiffel Tower in the distance. 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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Fugio Cent - 2 Troy Ounce - Antiqued

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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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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Intaglio Mint Skull and Crossbones- Washington Funeral Medal- 2 Troy Ounce- 50MM- Limited Mintage:500 (Antiqued)

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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