In the American Western Skulls Collection from Osborne Mint there is immense variety available to those buying silver. The collection features a total of six different Wild West designs with a darker view of the era. Available in 1 oz and 5 oz, these silver rounds have proof, antique, and colorized options for collectors. Today, 1 oz Antique American Western Skulls Gunslinger Silver Rounds are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives in a protective plastic capsule and features a Certificate of Authenticity!
- 3rd design release of the American Western Skulls Collection!
- Limited mintage of only 1,500 rounds!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Obverse includes a sly looking Gunslinger.
- Reverse features a twist on the US heraldic eagle known as the fried eagle.
- Antique polish.
- Edge-lettered serial numbers.
- Designs from Doug Stang.
The American Wild West is a time period generally accepted to range from the 1820s when American settlers began moving west of the Appalachian Mountains and Mississippi River until the late 1910s when the states of Arizona and New Mexico finally joined the Union. The era was marked by waves of settlers, expansive spaces occupied by lawless individuals, and constant battle between lawmen and outlaws.
In the 1 oz Antique American Western Skulls Gunslinger Silver Round issue you receive a round that has a beautiful antique polish. This polish not only provides the visual charm of a piece that mimics ancient coinage, but also highlights the intricate details in the design.
All rounds in this series feature unique edge lettering of the individual serial number, with antique rounds numbered 1 to 1,500. That serial number is also found on the Certificate of Authenticity you receive with your purchase. Rounds are packaged in protective capsules to keep the design and finish protected.
On the obverse of the American Western Skulls Gunslinger Silver Round is the image of a Gunslingers skeletal remains. This figure is based upon the many rough, gruff outlaws portrayed by Clint Eastwood in the so-called Spaghetti Westerns that defined American cinema in the 1940s and 1950s. The Gunslinger has a wry smile and glares at the viewer ready to draw one of his two six-guns from below.
The reverse features the popular fried eagle twist on the heraldic eagle design. It features a skeletal bird with no feathers set behind the US heraldic shield. This bird holds the olive branch of peace in one talon and the arrows of war in the other, with the 13 stars of the original colonies set above its head.
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