Some 250 years ago, an event that some historians view as the first shots of the American Revolution rang out across the western counties of colonial North Carolina. The Battle of Alamance marks its 250th anniversary in 2021 and the Native American Mint is launching a new American Revolution Series marking the events that occurred throughout the run-up to the Revolutionary War. Right now, 2021 1 oz Proof American Revolution Battle of Alamance Silver Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives inside of protective plastic capsules and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity!
- 1st one-ounce silver coin in the American Revolution Series!
- Limited total mintage of only 1,776 coins!
- 1,000 coins in the traditional proof version!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Bears a face value of 1 Dollar backed by the Mesa Grande Sovereign Nation.
- Colonial militia line up to fire in the obverse design.
- Colonists gather around the Liberty Tree on the reverse.
- Proof visuals.
- Coins are NOT legal US tender.
Each 2021 1 oz Proof American Revolution Battle of Alamance Silver Coin is available to you with beautiful traditional proof visuals. This includes frosted designs and mirror-like fields. The silver coins are housed individually inside of protective plastic capsules and come with an impressive Certificate of Authenticity. The COA includes the original American flag with the circle of 13 white stars on a field of blue, as well as the name of the series and the Native American Mint logo.
The mintage of the new 1 oz American Revolution Battle of Alamance Silver Coins is set at 1,776 coins, an honorary mintage noting the year the American Revolution began. However, that is the total mintage and there are two versions of this 1 oz silver coin available. These traditional proof coins have a mintage of 1,000 coins, while an additional colorized proof has a mintage of just 776 coins in total. Both have the same designs, there is simply an additional layer of colorized lacquer on the latter coin.
Members of a colonial militia are featured on the obverse of 2021 Proof American Revolution Battle of Alamance Silver Coins. The colonial militia is believed to have numbered some 2,000 individuals known as Regulators. This force was led by individuals such as Herman Husband, Captain Montgomery, Captain Benjamin Merrill, among others.
Colonists gather around the famed Liberty Tree in the reverse design of 2021 1 oz Proof Battle of Alamance Silver Coins. The Liberty Tree stood near the center of Boston Common until 1775 and was the site of one of the first acts of defiance by the American Colonists in 1765.
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