Incuse Indian 5 oz Silver Round
Golden State Mint is proud to announce the release of this incredibly detailed Incuse Indian 5 oz Silver Round. The design, of course, is based upon the US $2.50 and $5.00 Indian Head gold coins minted 1908-1929. Both the replicated design and detail of this silver round are a fine tribute to these historic, incuse-struck coins of the past. This should not be a surprise to any familiar with Garden State Mint. The mint has a 45 year reputation of issuing some of the finest bullion rounds and bars in the industry. With the release of this striking Incuse Indian 5 oz Silver Round, they have once again hit the mark!
This remarkable Incuse Indian 5 oz Silver Round issued by Golden State Mint is definitely a must-have!
- Incuse Indian 5 oz Silver Round.
- Contains: 5 Troy oz of .999 fine silver.
- Mint: Golden State Mint.
- Obverse: Depicts a fine replica of the magnificent left-facing portrait of a Native American in full feathered-headdress. The single inscription “LIBERTY” encircles the top rim, with thirteen 5-pointed stars also at the rim. Please note that GSM is currently updating the obverse image to remove the 1929 date that currently displays at the bottom rim. Depending on existing inventory, your order may include either or both styles.
- Reverse: Depicts a replica of the standing eagle, clutching a group of arrows in its talons along with an olive branch. Inscriptions include, “GOLDEN STATE MINT” at the top rim, “E PLURIBUS UNUM” and “IN GOD WE TRUST” on either side of the eagle, and “5 TROY OZ 999 FINE SILVER” at the bottom rim.
- Packaging: Singles ship in protective plastic flips.