For those who have been buying silver in the Legalized Collection from Blockchain Mint, nows your chance to ensure that your collection is complete and up-to-date by purchasing any releases youre missing from JM Bullion. The Legalized Collection has arrived with both the proof and antique versions of each release available to buy. Today, 1 oz Antique Legalized Collection Oregon Silver Rounds are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you inside of blisterproof packaging with certificate information!
- 3rd of the silver round designs available in the Legalized Collection from Blockchain Mint!
- Limited mintage of only 1,000 rounds!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Obverse includes a design featuring a cannabis leaf in the center.
- Reverse takes inspiration from the Oregon state seal and incorporates cannabis elements.
- Antique version from the series.
Oregon has long been involved in the movement to alter the national thinking on cannabis use and possession. The state was the first in the nation to decriminalize the possession of very small amounts of cannabis in 1973, and in 1998 it became the fourth state in the US to legalize the plant for medicinal purposes. This followed Californias 1996 legalization of medicinal use and occurred in the same year as Alaska and Washington.
All of these 1 oz Antique Legalized Collection Oregon Silver Rounds are available to you today inside of protective blisterproof cards. The rounds come with their own numbered certificate card and feature an antique polish unique to Blockchain Mint. This antique polish provides a brushed, rustic look to the finish of the rounds.
On the reverse face of 1 oz Antique Legalized Collection Oregon Silver Rounds is an image of Oregons state seal with alterations made to reflect the recent legalization of cannabis. Youll notice an ox-driven cart, the heraldic eagle of the United States, and a single hand holding up a cannabis leaf. Inscriptions of State of Oregon and Measure 91 2015 are featured on this side.
Voters in Oregon were given the chance during the 2014 midterm elections to determine whether or not to legalize cannabis in the state. Measure 91 was introduced on the ballot and passed by voters in 2014, making Oregon the third state behind Colorado and Washington to legalize cannabis. The move was so popular and demand so high that Governor Kate Brown signed an emergency bill in 2015 to allow for early sales of recreational cannabis, bumping up the date from 2016.
The obverse of all 1 oz Antique Legalized Collection Silver Rounds features a cannabis leaf in the center with handcuffed hands and a chain border design. These elements indicate the federal governments attempts to tamp down the legalization movement by maintaining federal laws criminalizing cannabis.
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