1 oz Sunshine Walking Liberty Silver Round
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The 1 oz Sunshine Walking Liberty Silver Round features arguably one of the most recognized designs in coinage history. During the early 20th century, a remarkable chapter unfolded in American coin design, often called the Golden Age.
This pivotal movement was initiated during President Theodore Roosevelt’s tenure, who enlisted the talents of artist and sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens to breathe fresh life into American gold coins. Within Saint-Gaudens’ circle of apprentices, one standout, Adolph A. Weinman, contributed yet another iconic image to the nation’s numismatic heritage.
Savvy investors are turning to silver rounds as an avenue for silver investment, recognizing their advantages over silver bars, chiefly their minimal premiums over the silver spot price.
- The design is inspired by Adolph A. Weinman’s celebrated Walking Liberty.
- It contains a full troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- Struck with precision by Sunshine Minting in the USA.
- The 1 oz Sunshine Walking Liberty Silver Round includes the highly innovative MintMark SI authentication technology.
Silver Rounds present a compelling option for investors who desire precious metal products adorned with iconic designs, all while maintaining affordability and greater accessibility. While the 1 oz Sunshine Mint Walking Liberty Silver Round lacks an assigned face value, its inherent worth is derived from its silver content and exquisite design.
Adolph A. Weinman conceived the Walking Liberty design in 1916. This silver coin series remained in circulation until 1947, and Weinman’s creation continues to grace the obverse face of the United States’ sovereign silver coin, the American Silver Eagle.
On the obverse of this 1 oz Sunshine Mint Walking Liberty Silver Round, you’ll encounter the striking depiction of Lady Liberty as she confidently strides toward the setting sun, draped in the American flag. This image symbolizes the nation’s relentless journey toward a brighter future.
The reverse features the bald eagle, a symbol of America, clutching the traditional representations of war (arrows) and peace (olive branch).
Idaho’s Sunshine Mint annually produces these silver rounds. This privately-owned mint operates facilities in Idaho and Nevada.