Frank Frazetta is known for countless, amazing artistic creations used in fantasy, science fiction, and other artistic realms. There is no design that carried greater weight and had a larger impact on his career than his Silver Warrior design. Responsible for launching his career to a higher trajectory, the Silver Warrior is now captured brilliantly on these silver rounds. Today, JM Bullion offers the 1 oz Antique Frank Frazetta Legacy Collection Silver Warrior Silver Round.
- Extremely limited mintage of just 5,000 rounds!
- Ships in a plastic capsule and includes a Certificate of Authenticity.
- Bears an antique finish and edge lettered serial number.
- Contains 1 troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Authorized by his son, Frank Jr., with artwork recreated by Luigi Badia.
- Obverse includes the image of his famous Silver Warrior design.
- Reverse features Frank Frazetta’s portrait.
The Frank Frazetta Legacy Collection of silver rounds are produced by the Osborne Mint in Cincinnati, Ohio. These rounds feature the second design in the series, each of which has been artfully recreated for the rounds by Italian sculptor Luigi Badia, who is a student of the Frazetta School.
Each 1 oz Frank Frazetta Legacy Collection Silver Warrior Silver Round in this product listing has an antique finish. Rounds and coins with an antique finish have depth and warmth to the design which gives it the appearance of age, without having been in circulation.
On the obverse side of each of these rounds you’ll find the image of Frazetta’s famed Silver Warrior. Created when he was commissioned to design the cover art for the paperback “Conan the Barbarian” book, this Silver Warrior changed the rules of the sword and sorcery design genre and resulted in immense demand for Frank’s talents.
The reverse side of the 1 oz Antique Frank Frazetta Legacy Collection Silver Warrior Silver Round features a portrait of the man himself, along with engravings of his name and dates of birth and death. His son’s Frank Jr. Enterprises “Seal of Authenticity” appears next to Frazetta’s portrait.
Ohio’s Osborne Mint traces its roots back to 1836 and a time when the nation was still finding its identity as an independent country. Since then it has developed a reputation for producing silver rounds and medallions, as well as chips for the gaming industry.
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