The Old American West has much history and folklore that has carried over generations, and these Silver bars continue this interest. These uniquely crafted bars have differing shapes and features, adding further interest to the .999 fine Silver content.
- Contains 10 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- Each bar comes in a canvas pouch from the Scottsdale Mint. Multiples of 50 are shipped in a wooden crate.
- Obverse: “Tombstone Arizona Territory” with “Silver Nugget” below.
- Reverse: Silver weight and purity next to the Scottsdale Mint stamp.
- Unique dimpled texture on both sides of the bar.
These Tombstone Silver bars are crafted so each one has a slightly different shape, feature and personality. Add this unique 10 oz Silver bar to your cart today!
The town of Tombstone, Arizona was founded in 1877 by a prospector named Ed Schieffelin, who was staying at Camp Huachuca as part of a scouting expedition against the Apache Indians. He would venture into the wilderness “looking for rocks,” ignoring the warnings he received from soldiers at the camp. They would say, “Ed, the only stone you will find out there will be your tombstone.” Well, Ed did find his stone and it was Silver. Remembering the warning from the soldiers, he named his first mine The Tombstone.
In the first four years of activity, the mines produced about $25,000,000 (approximately $633 million today). During these years, famed killings took place in the Tombstone District, such as the Gunfight at the OK Corral with Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, Billy the Kid and others. Other mystery killings included miners being found dead with rock drill holes in their chest.