This .999 fine 1 oz AVDP Lakota Crazy Horse Copper Round commemorates freedom, independence and the strength of the human spirit as was displayed by the famed Crazy Horse during the Battle of Little Bighorn in 1877.
- Contains 1 AVDP oz of .999 fine Copper.
- Multiples of 20 come in plastic tubes. Individual rounds come in protective plastic.
- Limited mintage of 100,000 pieces.
- Obverse: Depicts an imagined portrait of Crazy Horse (or Tashunka Witko), decorated in warpaint. White spots adorn his chest and a single lightning bolt down the right side of his face. A radiant sun is rising behind him. The Sioux tribe name, "Lakota" is stamped across the top.
- Reverse: Features the heart of Lakota Sioux culture in a well defined buffalo. Above the buffalo are stamped "Free & Independent Lakota" with the weight, purity, and metal type below.
- Both sides of the round feature proof-like fields, giving them high appeal and definition in the artwork.
- Design struck by Osborne Mint and artistry is officially licensed from Indian artist Kenneth Ferguson.
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Each Copper Round features high-quality detail on both obverse and reverse, adding dimension and a life-like appearance to Crazy Horse and the buffalo, as they seem to pop off the round's surface.
The Lakota Crazy Horse 1 oz Copper Round pays tribute to the quest of the Lakota Sioux tribe to remain strong in the face of extinction, resisting efforts to be forced into living on reservations. Crazy Horse, or Tashunka Witko, is described as a legendary warrior and leader of the Lakota Sioux. Crazy Horse fought alongside Sitting Bull in the American-Indian wars and was especially instrumental in the Battle of Little Bighorn where General Custer was defeated.