There’s a whole new meaning to the term “Rocky Mountain high” for residents of and visitors to the state of Colorado. In 2012, the state became the first in the US to give voters the chance to legalize recreational cannabis use through a ballot measure and the movement passed. Amendment 64 altered the Colorado state constitution and made it possible for residents to use cannabis products for recreation. Today, 1 oz Silver Antique Legalized Collection Colorado Rounds are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you inside of sealed blister cards that reflect individual serial numbers!
- First design issued in the Legalized Collection at Blockchain Mint!
- Mintage limited to 1,000 rounds only!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- The obverse features a cannabis leaf with cuffed fists.
- On the reverse is the Colorado state seal with a cannabis leaf included.
- Antique option in the series.
A total of 33 US states currently allow for the medicinal use of marijuana with a prescription from a medical professional. However, the recreational use of cannabis and its related byproducts remains illegal on the federal level. That doesn’t mean individual states haven’t exercised their rights to legalize recreational cannabis. The wave of legalization that has swept the country in recent years started in Colorado.
All of the 1 oz Silver Antique Legalized Collection Colorado Rounds in this listing are available to you with a blister card that includes the unique serial number certificate information. These antique versions in the series have a polish applied that delivers a brushed, matte finish to the entire round.
Colorado’s passage of Amendment 64 was approved by voters at the polls during the 2012 election cycle. The amendment altered the state’s constitution and legalized the possession of a set maximum of cannabis by those 21 and older.
On the reverse of 1 oz Silver Antique Legalized Collection Colorado Rounds is the state seal with a slight change. Gone are the hammer and pick ax in the lower half of the shield, with both replaced by a singular cannabis leaf. There are also inscriptions identifying the year of passage and the amendment.
The obverse face of Silver Antique Legalized Collection Rounds features a common design element across the entire series. The design includes a single cannabis leaf in the center that has fists bound by handcuffs and chains. There is also a chain around the entire design field. Both of these elements represent the federal government’s attempts to thwart legalization efforts at the state level across the country.
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