Gunslingers were the two-way hitters of their day in the American West. While these men, and some women, all had skill with a gun including quick hands and steady aim, they often had different motives. Criminals used their skills to terrorize the innocent and rob their way to wealth, while lawmen with a quick draw fought to stop them. Right now, the 1 oz Antique Silver American Western Skulls Gunslinger Rounds are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you inside of a protective plastic capsule and includes a Certificate of Authenticity!
- Third design issue of the American Western Skulls Collection!
- Mintage limited to 1,500 rounds only!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 pure silver.
- Obverse bears the third design in the series; the Gunslinger.
- Reverse features the unique fried eagle interpretation of the US heraldic eagle.
- Edge lettering features a unique serial number.
- Antique polish.
- Designs from Doug Stang.
The silver rounds for sale in the American Western Skulls Collection come inside of protective plastic capsules. Your 1 oz Antique Silver American Western Skulls Gunslinger Round is available in a capsule and ships with a Certificate of Authenticity from Osborne Mint. The numbered COA matches the serial number engraved on the edge of the round.
For these 1 oz antique silver round you’ll find a different visual element compared to other options. The antique polish brings a sense of Old World charm to modern coinage and collectible pieces, while also highlighting the impressive and intricate design elements that might otherwise go unnoticed on the round’s surface.
Gunslingers were found throughout the Wild West. Some were criminals; others were lawmen. A select few were simply guns for hire. If you had money and a good cause, a quick draw could be paid to be on your side. Likewise, these individuals could be convinced to carry out bad deeds with their skills for the right amount of money.
The reverse of all American Western Skulls Collection rounds showcase the fried eagle design. Similar to the US heraldic eagle design on American coinage, you’ll find the US heraldic shield in the center with the eagle gripping arrows and an olive branch in its talons. The cluster of 13 stars above represents the original colonies. Unlike the standard US heraldic eagle design, this bird has been fried by the fires of death and has none of its feathers.
On the obverse of 1 oz Antique Silver American Western Skulls Gunslinger Rounds is the gunslinger design. This figure strikes fear in the heart of anyone, with a gaze that cuts through you as the eyes squint to size up the other gunslinger ahead of the draw.
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