Frank Frazetta is a prolific science-fiction and fantasy artist who has had his work appear on novels, album covers and as statues. His five-decade career led to some great pieces, one of which is the Silver Warrior. Now, you can purchase the 1 oz Copper Frank Frazetta Legacy Collection Silver Warrior Rounds at Silver.com.
- Ships in a plastic flip or tubes of 20.
- Second release in the copper version of the Frank Frazetta Legacy Collection.
- Mintage limited to just 50,000 rounds.
- Each individual round consists of one AVDP ounce of .999 fine copper.
- Minted at a private facility in the United States.
- Obverse bears the image of Frazetta’s Silver Warrior.
- Reverse features Frazetta’s portrait.
The Silver Warrior Copper Rounds are actually part of a larger series from Osborne Precious Metals. The mint worked with Frank Frazetta’s son and the Frank Frazetta Museum to create these rounds as a tribute to three of Frazetta’s most popular pieces of art. The series is available in both silver and copper rounds. While the silver round collection comes in a variety of sizes and finishes, the copper rounds are only available in a 1 oz version.
On the obverse of each 1 oz Copper Frank Frazetta Legacy Collection Silver Warrior Round, you will see the Silver Warrior sitting on his sled, which is being pulled by a pack of polar bears. The polar bears are pulling him down the side of a mountain while he carries his sword in one hand. The Silver Warrior wears a full suit of armor, but nothing to protect him from the frigid temperatures around him.
The reverse of each round bears Frazetta’s portrait, as well as a little information about the round and Frazetta himself. The weight, purity and metal content of the round is displayed on this side of the round. Also visible are the dates of Frazetta’s birth and death. The Frazetta Enterprises Seal of Authenticity assures buyers that the artwork is legitimate.
Osborne Precious Metals is the oldest private mint in the United States. The company can be traced back to Andrew Jackson’s presidency in the 1830s and is only younger than the United States Mint. Now, the mint is located in Cincinnati, Ohio.
If you have any questions about these copper rounds, please contact Silver.com at 888-989-7223, chat with us live online, or send us an email.