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    T.I.M.E. Series Silver Rounds

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    Take Back T.I.M.E. in this Exciting Silver Round Series from JM Bullion

    Private mints in North America and around the globe take the lead in producing silver rounds for investors and collectors to purchase. Unable to offer silver coins as private mints, these facilities focus on providing an alternative to the limited mintage figures and higher premiums of silver bullion coins in the form of silver rounds. Silver round collection such as the T.I.M.E. Series from the North American Mint offers silver collectors an option different than typical proof coins. Learn more about this particular collection below.

    Various Concepts of TIME

    The T.I.M.E. Series from the North American Mint features five different designs in total, with each design representing a different concept of the passage of time. The silver for sale in this collection features a shared reverse design. The North American Mint produced the rounds in collaboration with the Chautauqua Silver Works in the United States. The Silver Works has its proprietary logo, that of a bullseye, is featured on the reverse side of each round. The name “Chautauqua Silver Works” is inscribed along the top design rocker, with “One More Ounce, One Less Fetter” included below. In the center of the bullseye is the “Bullseye Ag 47,” with the latter marking the periodic element shorthand for silver and its number on the periodic table. Immediately surrounding this, “One Ounce .999 Fine Silver.”

    On the obverse side of each T.I.M.E. Series silver round, you’ll find a unique design that captures how time marches on with different visuals:

    • #1 – Shifting Gears: The first release focuses on the basics of time as we perceive it: as a clock. The shifting gears move together to keep a clock on time and the design includes the date “1 Dec 1945,” the date which gears of this type were patented in the United States.
    • #2 – Grain of Sand: In the second design, time is captured as it relates to human life. A singular line with a start and finish, the Grain of Sand design includes an hourglass with a baby carriage on top and a skull on the bottom. As the sand moves from top to bottom, it pours out of the mouth of the skull and into an open grave.
    • #3 – Perpetual: No matter what mankind does, there is no stopping the perpetual motion of time. The third design in the T.I.M.E. Series, Perpetual, captures images of time’s consistent movement with a windmill churning in the breeze and a metronome at the bottom continuing its movement.
    • #4 – Portal of Existence: The fourth design’s Portal of Existence appearance features two portals in time, with a key situated between them in the center. There is a clock inside the loop at the top of the key and one lock on either side capable of opening the door to the portals.
    • #5 – E.M.I.T.: The T.I.M.E. Series concluded with a unique design on a round that is the only one in the series to feature its own reverse design. There are two half-moon design fields on either side with different elements. These twist the concepts of time by depicting life on Earth and theorized life in the cosmos. For example, the obverse has a lower design field depicted an alien landscape and large radar array looking into the cosmos at what appears to be Earth in the distance. Likewise, the above design features an alien spacecraft in flight seemingly flying away from Earth. The design field on this side includes the hour and minute hands on a clock with Arabic numerals.

    Commonalities in the T.I.M.E. Series

    All of the silver rounds in this collection have proof-like visuals, with frosted design elements and mirrored background fields. The rounds in the T.I.M.E. Series have limited mintage figures of 10,000 per design and contain 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver. The rounds also have individual serial numbers etched onto the edges of the round.

    Collaboration on the T.I.M.E. Series

    The five rounds of the T.I.M.E. Series were created by Chautauqua Silver Works, a private silver works in Western New York. Founder Ron Kinney leads the design team at Chautauqua, which worked with the North American Mint as the production facility for the collection. The North American Mint was founded in 1986 by William J. LaMere Sr. and is one of the largest medal arts businesses in the country.

    Buying T.I.M.E. Series Silver Rounds at JM Bullion

    If you have any questions about buying silver, please feel free to ask JM Bullion. Our customer service team is available to you at 800-276-6508, online using our live chat, and via our email address.