Heads or Tales Coins offers a unique opportunity to own a collectible set of silver statues reflecting the ups and downs stock markets follow. Ozzy the Bear and Troy the Bull battle for stock market supremacy, and though available individually, you can also own the due in a two-statue set. Right now, the 20 oz Antique Finish Silver Bull and Bear Statue Set is available to you for purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you with a protective box and Certificate of Authenticity.
- Individually serialized statues!
- Part of the HotCo American Treasures Collection!
- Casting limited to 1,000 statues only!
- Consists of a total of Twenty Troy ounces of actual silver content.
- Ozzy the Bear battles Troy the Bull!
- Cast and produced in the United States.
Each 20 oz Antique Finish Silver Bull and Bear Statue Set arrives inside of a protective box to keep your products safe, and the individual statues come with a Certificate of Authenticity. Each statue has a laser-etched serial number on it, and HotCo’s proprietary antique finish which brings added depth to the intricacies of the design.
The savagery of the stock market has long been characterized by a bear and a bull. The concept of a Bear Market is one in which the market retreats in general, with prices falling and stock sell offs increasing. Conversely, a Bull Market is highlighted by rising prices and increased levels of buying.
For the most part, surging Bull Markets are eventually curtailed by the impact of Bear Markets. However, a Bear Market doesn’t hold back stocks forever either, with the bull eventually freed to run wild. This concept is captured beautifully in the competing Ozzy the Bear and Troy the Bull Statues in this 20 oz Antique Finish Silver Bull and Bear Statue Set.
The 8 oz Troy the Bull Silver Statue in this set features the bulky, powerful frame of a raging bull, complete with a set of horns that can bust through any defense the Bear Market might attempt. On the other side, the 12 oz Ozzy the Bear Silver Statue depicts a massive, tall bear with its paws outstretched ready to do its best in curtailing the stampeding charge of the bull.
Ozzy is named after the word “ounces” in Troy ounces, while Troy the Bull is named for “Troy” in that same phrase. The use of Troy ounces began in Troyes, France, where it was common to refer to weights of precious metals during dealings as being in “Troy ounces.”
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