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One of the newest options available to those who buy gold is the Goldback Note. First issued on behalf of the state of Utah as a form of voluntary currency. In the time since, a new series of Goldback Notes have been issued for both Nevada and New Hampshire. The latest collection, the New Hampshire Goldbacks, is now available with the same five values. Today, 1 New Hampshire Goldback Gold Notes are available to you online at Silver.com.

Note Highlights:

  • Available to ship to you inside of a plastic currency sleeve!
  • Third release of Goldbacks!
  • Consists of 1/1000th Troy ounce of .9999 fine gold.
  • On the obverse is the allegory Gratia, one of the three Charities, dressed in indigenous clothes.
  • The reverse of the note is blank and has only a mirror image of the obverse design.

Goldback Gold Notes were first issued as a form of voluntary currency for use in the state of Utah. The gold notes have varying weights of 24-karat gold that range from these 1/1000th Troy ounce notes at the smallest to 1/20 Troy ounce at the largest, making each one not only an affordable option for gold buyers, but also an easily exchanged form of gold for commercial transactions.

All of the 1 New Hampshire Goldback Gold Notes listed here come to you as part of the brand-new series of Goldbacks. The gold notes are individually packaged in plastic currency sleeves. Each one of the New Hampshire Goldbacks has high-detail colorizations added to the design on the obverse of the note.

New Hampshire is a fitting state to issue a series of Goldback Gold Notes. The fifth-smallest state in the US by area and the 10th-least populous state, New Hampshire was also the first to shake off the government of Great Britain in January 1776, establishing its own independent government to control its own destiny.

On the obverse of each New Hampshire Goldback is a depiction of the allegory known as Gratia. One of the three Charities, Gratia is representative of favor. She is one of the many goddesses from Greek mythology representing charm, beauty, nature, and human creativity, among other facets such as goodwill and fertility. The image of Gratia captures a female figure seated near a tree with a pumpkin nearby and an indigenous home behind her. Gratia wears the indigenous clothing of the local tribes.

The reverse side of 1 New Hampshire Goldback Gold Notes comes with a blank field. While no separate design has purposely been produced on this face of the gold notes, you will see a mirror image of the obverse design. However, the design is not colorized or enhanced in any way like the obverse image.

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Weight 0.00100 oz

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Brand: Aurum

Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Purity:  .999

Manufacturer:  Aurum

Thickness:  0.1 mm

Condition:  New

Edge Design:  Smooth

Packaging Type:  Archival Quality Currency Sleeve

Weight:  .001 Troy Ounce

Dimensions:  146.26 x 63.66 x 0.1 mm

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