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2 oz Silver Proof Round - Destiny Knight: The Raven (w/COA)

2 oz Silver Proof Round - Destiny Knight: The Raven (w/COA)

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Paying homage to the Scottish Knights who perished in the war against the Spanish in 1588, this 2 oz Proof Silver coin carries the inscription “Destiny Is Not A Matter of Chance, It Is A Matter Of Choice”.


Round Highlights:

  • Contains 2 oz of .999 fine Silver.
  • Limited mintage of 2,500.
  • Individual rounds ship in plastic capsules accompanied with a certificate of authenticity.
  • Obverse: Features a Knight from the MacIan Clan of Scotland who was seeking revenge against the MacLean Clan who sided with the Spanish Armada and ravaged their land around Tobermory Bay.
  • Reverse: Carries the crest of the MacIan clan whose home is the Isle of Mull, Scotland.
  • Edge: Features a unique serial number.

This distinctive 2 oz Destiny Coin would be an ideal gift for any history buff. Add this 2 oz Destiny Coin to your cart today!

In 1588 the Clans MacIan and McDonald of Scotland were ravaged and sacked village by village by the Clan MacLean with 100 mercenaries from the ship San Juan De Sicilia of the Spanish Armada to fight with them. When the MacIan and MacDonald reinforcements arrived, MacLeans and the Spaniards withdrew their burning and sacking. The Spaniards returned to their ship. Later, the bay was rocked with a huge explosion and the Gold filled galleon sank to the bottom of the sea. Could the Clans MacIan or MacDonald have organized this deed in seeking revenge for the sackings? The story is the stuff of legends and the mystery remains to this day.

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