The final quarter of the year is the festive season around the world. In the United States, the calendar quickly moves from Halloween festivities to Thanksgiving gatherings and, eventually, the holiday season. Christmas is one of the central holiday festivals at the end of the calendar year and those buying silver can celebrate the season in style with silver rounds and bars. Right now, 2020 1 oz Merry Christmas Santa Silver Rounds are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives in an individual plastic flip, a tube of 20 rounds, or a box of 500 rounds!
- Special Christmas-themed release!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Santa Claus with the American flag on the obverse.
- Blank reverse with seasonal greetings around the rim of the design field.
Each 2020 1 oz Merry Christmas Santa Silver Round is available to you in brand-new condition from the mint. SilverTowne Mint is responsible for the production and distribution of these silver rounds. Individual rounds come with plastic flips, while multiples are packaged inside of mint housing options. These include tubes of 20 rounds or boxes of 500 rounds. The box features a total of 25 tubes of 20 rounds each.
The term Merry Christmas is a popular one uttered in conversation during the holiday season. However, the origins of the term are somewhat obscure. Modern scholars cannot precisely pinpoint the origin of the term itself, but one of the first documented uses of the term dates back to 1699. A Royal Navy admiral used the term Merry Christmas in an informal letter he wrote.
Santa Claus is featured on the obverse field of 2020 1 oz Merry Christmas Santa Silver Rounds. The design shows Santa Claus standing in his traditional wardrobe of a coat and trousers with a warm cap as he holds an American flag next to him on a small flagpole. Seated at Santas feet are a dog and a cat. This side of the round has a seasonal greeting of Merry Christmas with the date mark included.
Though Santa Claus is a legendary character in Western Christian culture, the modern version of Santa comes from historical figures. The 4th century Greek bishop, Saint Nicholas, is the figure most often cited as the origin of Santa Claus, the British figure Father Christmas, and the Dutch figure Sinterklaas.
The reverse face includes the image of one large snowflake in the center of the design field. That flake is accompanied by a variety of other snowflakes. Around the outer rim of the design field is a border of holly, a staple plant of the holiday season. There is an inscription along the top that reads One Troy Ounce .999 Fine Silver.
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