If you grew up playing a Stratocaster electric guitar, then JM Bullion has a new coin you will surely want to add to your collection. Produced by PAMP, this stunning silver specimen is shaped like a Fender Stratocaster and has been colorized with a vintage Surf Green hue. One look at this coin and you’ll be in the garage rocking out like it was 1954. Right now, 2022 1 oz Solomon Islands Silver Fender Guitar Surf Green Stratocaster Shaped Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you in a custom-built capsule with a themed shipper!
- All-new Fender Telecaster coin in Surf Green!
- Limited mintage of only 6,000 coins worldwide!
- Coins are already sold out at the mint!
- Individually serial numbered.
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .9999 pure silver.
- The face value of 2 Dollars is fully backed by the Solomon Islands.
- Queen Elizabeth is depicted on the obverse.
- A classic colorized Stratocaster features in the reverse design.
Each 2022 1 oz Solomon Islands Fender Guitar Surf Green Stratocaster Shaped Coin includes a special custom-built capsule and themed box! The box features an image from the classic Fender ad of a surfer playing a Stratocaster with an inscription reading “You won’t part with yours either.” These officially licensed coins have a limited mintage of only 6,000 and are perfect for guitar lovers of all ages.
The obverse of 2022 1 oz Solomon Islands Silver Fender Guitar Stratocaster Shaped Coins features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. This design is credited to Ian Rank-Broadley, who completed it for the Royal Mint in 1998. Inscriptions on the obverse read 2022, Elizabeth II, Solomon Islands, 2 Dollars. You will also find the unique serial number on the obverse.
On the reverse field of the 2022 Solomon Islands Fender Guitar Surf Green Stratocaster Shaped Coin is a Stratocaster design. This image perfectly captures the iconic look and feel of these guitars and includes a stunning retro Surf Green colorization. Inscriptions on the reverse side read 1 oz, 999.9 Ag.
Fender is an instrument company founded in 1946 and based in Los Angeles, California. They have produced several iconic products, including the Telecaster in 1951 and the Stratocaster in 1954. Both have been highly popular in the world of Rock n’ Roll, but if asked to choose, many would cite the Stratocaster as the most influential. Not only did it improve upon the original shape so that the guitar did not dig into your ribs, but it also featured an extra pick-up and a bridge with a vibrato bar.
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