Freya is one of the calmer presences in the world of Norse mythology. Considered the Goddess of Love, many of the world’s dead were welcomed either into the hall of Odin in Asgard or to the hall of Freya and embraced in her love. The 5 oz Antique Silver Norse God Series Freya Round is available for purchase today on Silver.com.
- Ships to you in a capsule, complete with a signed Certificate of Authenticity.
- Fourth design in the 5 oz Silver Norse God Series.
- Total mintage capped at just 500 rounds for this release.
- Consists of Five Troy ounces of .999 fine silver.
- Antique finish on a proof, mirrored round.
- Obverse bears the image of Freya on her chariot.
- Reverse includes the common Valkyrie design.
- Individually numbered and edge lettered.
Freya, like Odin, enjoys a double representation of sorts in this Silver Norse God Series. As the Goddess of Love, she is depicted in her own right on the obverse. She is also represented by association on the reverse as she was the leader of the Valkyrie, a group of warrior maidens responsible for choosing the slain in human battles.
Those who died in battled were sent to one of two places after selection by the Valkyrie, the hall of Valhalla in Asgard to join Odin, or to Freya’s hall in Sessrymner. This beautiful, well-known goddess lives on in the modern era with a day of the week, Friday, named after her.
On the obverse of each 5 oz Antique Silver Norse God Series Freya Round is the image of the Goddess of Love as she rides on her chariot, drawn by two horses. When she rode into battle, Freya was said to lead the Valkyrie from her war pig, Hildisvini. Engravings feature her name “Freya” and the title “Goddess of Love.”
The reverse depicts a member of the Valkyrie riding her steed through the clouds. It is believed that the sound of the thundering hooves of a Valkyrie’s steed made thunder, while the glint of the steel from their swords produced lightning. Engravings on this face include “Valkyrie,” “Chooser of the Slain,” and “1 Ounce .999 Fine Silver.”
Anonymous Mint is a private company located in the United States, and responsible for the development of these silver rounds along with coin creator Julie Lindquist. Osborne Precious Metals, originally founded in 1836, is the oldest private mint in the United States and is responsible for production of these brilliant rounds.
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