One of the first tools ever manipulated and created by human hands was the arrowhead. For thousands of years, human hands have been crafting arrowheads out of various different materials including bones and stone. In a new series from Monarch Precious Metals, the leap forward in arrowheads as a result of flint-knapping is featured in a silver bullion product. Today, 1 oz Silver Monarch 3D Poured Arrowheads are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you inside of a protective bag!
- Depicts a flint-knapped stone arrowhead!
- Each arrowhead is slightly different than the next!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- 3D design on the obverse features an ancient arrowhead.
- The reverse side has the Monarch logo with the weight, purity, and metal content.
Human civilizations have been using arrowheads to increase the effectiveness and deadliness of weapons. Some of the oldest stone arrowheads ever discovered date back 64,000 years and were found in the sediment of a cave in South Africa. Stone arrowheads were often produced through flint-knapping. This process used one stone to chip away flakes from another stone. Often those flakes were then chipped down further to sharpen the edges and create a point.
All 1 oz Silver Monarch 3D Poured Arrowheads are available with protective plastic bags. The arrowheads are hand-poured with 3D visuals and available to you in brand-new condition from Monarch Precious Metals.
Monarch Precious Metals creates all of its silver products using hand-poured processes and hand-stamps all markings on the products. These arrowheads have a 3D obverse field with a flat reverse field.
On that 3D obverse field of the 1 oz Silver Monarch Poured Arrowhead is the recreated appearance of a flint-knapped stone arrowhead. As you look at the visual field, you can see where individual flakes of stone would have been chipped off the surface of the stone to shape the point and sharpen the arrowhead.
The reverse of all 1 oz Silver Monarch 3D Poured Arrowheads is also 3D and features identifying markers. The Monarch Precious Metals logo created by the combination of the initials “MPM” is featured alongside the weight, purity, and metal content of the arrowhead.
Monarch Precious Metals is a private refinery located in the Rogue Valley in southeastern Oregon. Opened in 2008, it hand-pours and hand-stamps all of its products and features a minimum .999 purity for all products.
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