Silver rounds are a distinctive option for those who buy silver and want to avoid the higher premiums over the spot price than other products. While sovereign mints charge more for silver bullion coins, private mints offer the advantage of lower premiums for silver. Additionally, you’ll still find amazing designs on these products. Today, 2 oz Atlantis Skull and Crossbones Hand-Poured Silver Rounds are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you inside of protective flips!
- All-new offering from Atlantis Mint!
- Contains 2 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Obverse includes the Skull and Crossbones design with markings of the weight, purity, and metal content.
- Reverse side has no markings.
- Hand-poured and hand-stamped product!
There is a significant difference between silver rounds and silver coins. While the two may seem similar in appearance, silver coins have legal tender status. Silver rounds have no legal tender status or even a face value assigned to them. Additionally, while many popular silver bullion coins may have limited mintages, silver rounds can be produced to meet the continuing demand of investors or collectors.
All 2 oz Atlantis Skull and Crossbones Hand-Poured Silver Rounds in this product listing come to you with individual protective flips to house the product. 2 oz silver rounds are a unique outlet within the precious metals industry. While 1 oz rounds are exceptionally popular and commonly offered, the number of 2 oz rounds available to purchase is much lower.
These Atlantis Mint specimens enjoy an even greater sense of uniqueness courtesy of the design. Atlantis Mint hand pours and hand stamps all of its products. This ensures that each one has a rustic appeal and also provides slight variation from one to the next. Hand-stamping is distinctive and imperfect, which means that now two silver rounds are stamped in exactly the same position.
On the obverse of your 2 oz Atlantis Skull and Crossbones Hand-Poured Silver Round is the infamous skull and crossbones. This design is used commonly on many Atlantis Mint products and has its origins as a symbol of death. It was often featured as a memento mori, or reflection on mortality, on tombstones in the Middle Ages.
The skulls and crossbones design here takes the common form with a human skull and two long bones that cross behind the jaw of the skull. Inscriptions identify the weight, purity, and metal content of the round.
Please don’t hesitate to contact JM Bullion if you have any questions. You can reach us on the phone at 800-276-6508, chat with us live online, or email us directly.