Frank Frazetta was one of the most prolific science-fiction and fantasy artists in America, if not the entire world, during the middle and late 20th century. Frazettas career stretched across five decades and his works have been viewed by millions, whether they realized it or not at the time. Today, the 1 oz Frank Frazetta Legacy Collection Silver Warrior Copper Round is available from JM Bullion.
- Ships in a plastic flip for individual rounds or plastic tube of 20 for multiples.
- 2nd release of the Copper Legacy Collection.
- Limited mintage of only 50,000 rounds.
- Contains 1 AVDP oz of .999 pure copper.
- Obverse features the Silver Warrior design.
- Reverse includes Frazettas portrait.
- Minted at a private facility in the US.
On the obverse side of all 1 oz Frank Frazetta Legacy Collection Silver Warrior Copper Rounds youll find his famous Silver Warrior design. His Silver Warrior design is praised for the effective use of a pyramid design, adding strength and majesty to his artwork while also maintain a poetic fluidity to the design.
This face of the Silver Warrior Copper Round features the warrior as he rides in his sled, which is drawn by a team of polar bears. In the background, a snow-capped mountain is obscured by the mists of a cold day and the warriors intricate armor adds immense depth to the overall design of the round.
The reverse side of each Frank Frazetta Legacy Collection Silver Warrior Copper Round includes his portrait, along with engravings of the rounds weight, purity, and metal content; his name; and the years of Frazettas birth and death.
Silver Warrior Copper Rounds are part of a larger Legacy Collection from Osborne Precious Metals. The mint, in collaboration with Frank Frazetta Jr. and the Frank Frazetta Museum pays tribute to his three greatest works with a series of silver and copper rounds. In total there are three rounds per release and one copper bullion round.
Osborne Precious Metals is located in Cincinnati, Ohio, and holds the distinction of being the oldest operating private mint in the country. The company can trace its roots back to the presidency of Andrew Jackson in the 1830s, and is younger only than the United States Mint.
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