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- Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine silver.
- Limited mintage of only 25,000.
- Fifth release of the Germania Mint bullion round series.
- Rounds will be in Brilliant Uncirculated condition but are missing a capsule and COA is not included. Acquire at a discount!
- Obverse: Features Germania, clad in armor and traversing unknown land. The land is filled with lush vegetation and contains mysterious runes carved into stone that she passes. She carries with her the imperial sword Reichsschwert. The double-headed eagle, her loyal companion, flies at her side.
- Reverse: Showcases the Germania Mint coat of arms with a two-headed eagle holding lightning bolts and olive branches, as was done since its introduction. The eagle is a symbol of strength and determination, originating from Germanic mythology and connected to Janus – the god of beginnings, gatekeepers and treaties.
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The Germania Mint
The Germania Mint offers the newest installment of its flagship series, which incorporates several historically significant elements beloved by fans as well as some interesting modifications to the series. This 2023 release features five different products of varying sizes. This includes the 1 oz silver BU, 1 oz silver proof, 1 oz gold proof, 2 oz silver BU, 1 kilo BU and the 10 oz BU.
The reverse has the primary bicephalous eagle (two-headed eagle), a Roman mythology figure that represents Janus - the god of all beginnings, guardian of doors, gates, pathways and bridges, the sponsor of agreements and unions. Its two heads face the opposite direction, symbolizing the past and the future.
The laurel wreath is a sign and prize for victory in an equal fight that is inseparably linked with success and outstanding accomplishments. It was awarded to athletes in ancient Greece, and the head of a victorious commander was crowned during his martial triumph by the Romans.
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