Santa Claus is the most recognizable fictional figure of the holiday season. Known by many names, Santa Claus is the man responsible for traveling the world on December 24th into the wee hours of December 25th delivering gifts to the good boys and girls of the world. Today, 2019 1 oz Merry Christmas Silver Rounds are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available in a protective flip or a mint tube of 20 silver rounds!
- Special 2019 Santa Claus design!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Obverse features Santa Claus.
- Reverse includes a depiction of snowflakes.
Those who live in a Western Christian culture are most likely familiar with Santa Claus. This portly figure has been a part of the holiday season in Western nations for more than a century and his origin is deeply rooted in the shared European ancestry of the millions who live in modern-day Europe, Canada, and the United States, just to name a few nations.
All 2019 1 oz Merry Christmas Silver Rounds in this product listing are available to you in brand-new condition. The silver rounds in this listing ship individually inside of protective plastic flips. For purchases of 20 or more, the silver rounds are issued in multiples of 20 rounds per tube.
The obverse side of the 2019 1 oz Merry Christmas Silver Round bears a portrait of Santa Claus. In this front-facing design, Santa Claus is featured as Thomas Nast first depicted him in 1881. A jolly figure with round, rosy cheeks and a full nose, Santa Claus has a robust white beard and a winter knit cap with a bell at the end of the cap.
Images of Santa Claus are relatively new in terms of the modern world. Canadian and American images of Santa Claus were formed by the artwork of Mr. Nast and it is associated with the 1823 poem A Visit From St. Nicholas.
On the reverse side of 2019 1 oz Merry Christmas Silver Rounds, you will find a collection of snowflakes. These snowflakes are true to real-life form in that each one is distinctively different from one another. No two snowflakes are the same in size, shape, and style, and neither are the snowflakes on this side of the silver round.
The Golden State Mint (GSM) was founded in 1974 by Jim Pavlakos and is continued to this date with the support of his son Andrew. The Golden State Mint is located in Central Florida.
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