The Lisa Parker Collection of silver for sale from the Anonymous Mint is yet another example of its fine work delivering low-mintage silver collections. The Lisa Parker Collection offers six different designs from the famed nature-and-mystical artist. Right now, 1 oz Colorized Proof Silver Lisa Parker Collection Apache Rounds are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you inside of a protective plastic capsule with an included Certificate of Authenticity!
- Fourth round issued in the Lisa Parker Collection!
- Mintage limited to 750 rounds only!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- On the obverse is the design of two horses known as Apache
- The reverse field includes the Wild One design.
- Artwork by Lisa Parker.
- Designs selected by Julie Lindquist.
- Edge-lettered serial numbers!
Each Silver Lisa Parker Collection Apache Round available today at Silver.com comes from the mint with a protective plastic capsule to house the round. These products come with individually numbered Certificates of Authenticity that bear the same unique serial number laser-etched on to the edges of the rounds themselves.
Anonymous Mint issues the silver rounds of the Lisa Parker Collection using a micro-mintage. The 750 1 oz colorized proof rounds represents the joint-highest mintage in the series along with the 1 oz proof silver round. The 1 oz antique and all three matching versions in the 5 oz silver round issue have a mintage of just 250 silver rounds.
On the obverse of 1 oz Colorized Proof Lisa Parker Collection Apache Rounds is the image of two horses in a field near the base of a mountain. The adult horse and young colt or mare stand close together with the younger horse huddled beneath the head and neck of the adult. The adult horse has feathers in its mane and two zig-zag lines on its body. This war paint design is often put on horses before battle to honor indigenous war gods.
The reverse of 1 oz Silver Lisa Parker Collection Apache Rounds features the common design for the series. This wolf’s head in front-facing relief is known as Wild One and includes a five-pointed star behind the head with barren trees framing the design. Lisa Parker’s works are all originally created using watercolors and always feature a mixture of the natural world and mystical elements.
Anonymous Mint’s Julie Lindquist selected the six designs for this series, with Italian Master Sculptor Luigi Badia hand-sculpting the dies used in the production process. The Osborne Mint, America’s oldest private mint, handled the coining process.
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