Newly introduced in 2018, the Saint Helena Silver Spade Guinea Shield Coin delivers a modern bullion coin with the design of the 1787 Spade Guinea coin issued by the United Kingdom. The shield on the reverse side of the coins bears the Royal Arms of England as used during the reign of King George III.
Arrives inside of protective plastic, mint tubes of 20 coins, or Master Boxes of 400 coins!
2ndrelease of the Saint Helena Spade Guinea!
Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver in BU condition.
Bears a face value of 1 (GBP) backed by St. Helena.
On the obverse is a depiction of Queen Elizabeth II.
Reverse includes the Spade Guinea shield design.
Each of the individual 2019 1 oz Saint Helena Silver Spade Guinea Shield Coin in this product listing comes to you in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
The Spade Guinea was a popular gold coin issued by the United Kingdom starting in 1663 and was used around the world through the 18thcentury. The Spade Guinea bore the shield of the British Royal Arms on one side as carried by members of the royal family from the House of Hanover.
On the reverse side of 2019 1 oz Saint Helena Silver Spade Guinea Shield Coins is the image of the British Royal Arms featured on the Spade Guinea coinage in 1787. The shield in this form was carried from 1714 to 1800 after the Act of Settlement 1701. The shield bears the three lilies of France in the upper-right quadrant and the harp of Ireland in the lower-left quadrant. The upper left includes the three lions of England the rampant lion of Scotland. The lower-right quadrant bears the white horse of Hanover as the primary element among three other elements marking the monarchs lands in Brunswick and Luneburg, with the Imperial Crown of the Holy Roman Empire.
The obverse face of 2019 Saint Helena Silver Spade Guinea Shield Coins features the right-profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II created in 1985 by Raphael Maklouf. This third-generation image depicts the Queen with the Royal Diadem crown. Saint Helena is the second-oldest British Overseas Territory behind Bermuda.
1 oz 2018 South Korean Canis Silver Coin
Featuring Canis, one of the 12 ZiSin, this release is the second in this silver coin series from South Korea. These 2018 1 oz South Korean Zi:Sin Canis Silver Medals will make wonderful additions to both precious metals portfolios and silver collections.
The Zi:Sin are believed to be the 12 guardians of the world. They serve as the heads of the armies of God and lead them into battle against evil foces that oppresses mankind.
Each of these coins contains 1 troy ounce of 0..999 pure silver. Moreover, they are struck by KOMSCO (Korea Minting and Security Printing Coporation) with the full backing of the government and carry values of 1 Clay each.
The obverses feature a brilliant rendition of Do Ggae Bi, an ugly creature that is believed to ward off evil spirits. They are hung by Koreans on the edge of roofing tiles as a way to protect their homes from these spirits.
On the other hand, the reverses display Canis, one of the 12 Zi:Sin. This guardian, like the other 11 guardians, brings a unique set of powers to aid in the battle against evil.
These 2018 1 oz South Korean ZI:Sin Canish Silver Medals are integral parts of the brand-new Zi:Sin series of silver medals from South Korea. With a mintage of just 40,000 medals, collectors hoping to collect the full set cannot afford to miss out on this opportunity to snag one!
2 oz Silver Bullet - .308 Caliber
Lock and load with GFG Ammo. These 2 oz Silver Bullets are made of .999 Fine Silver and are modeled after .308 Caliber Winchester rifle ammunition. Bullets are modeled as replicas and are not intended to be fired.
Lock and load with GFG Ammo. These 10 oz Silver Bullets are made of .999 fine Silver and are modeled after .50 Caliber Browning Machine Gun ammunition. Bullets are modeled as replicas and are not intended to be fired.
Lock and load with GFG Ammo. These 1 oz Silver Bullets are made of .999 fine Silver and are modeled after .45 Caliber Semi-Automatic Colt Pistol ammunition. Bullets are modeled as replicas and are not intended to be fired.