When the Christmas season rolls around each year, gift-giving ramps up to tremendous proportions as friends and family seek out gifts to exchange with one another as a symbol of love and friendship. Gift-giving in the holiday season dates back to the Middle Ages and remains popular today. In fact, for the silver enthusiast, you will silver bars for sale each year with Christmas-themed designs. Today, 1 oz Silver Merry Christmas Bars are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you in individual sleeves, sheets of 20 bars, or boxes of 500 bars!
- Christmas-themed silver bullion!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- On the obverse field is a depiction of Santa Claus bringing gifts to a home on Christmas Eve.
- The reverse side of the bar is left blank, save a holiday greeting and identifying inscriptions.
The Christmas holiday is deeply connected to the Christian faith, with the first recorded celebration of Christmas taking place in 313 CE in the Roman Empire during the reign of Emperor Constantine. While the celebration itself is linked to festivals honoring the birth of Jesus Christ, the concept of Santa Claus and gift-giving comes from another corner of Christianity and the tale of Saint Nicholas, a 4th-century Greek bishop.
All of these 1 oz Silver Merry Christmas Bars are available to you for purchase individually or in multiples. Individual silver bars come inside of a plastic sleeve. Multiples of 20 bars come in a sealed sheet. Multiples of 500 bars come in a box with 25 sheets of 20 bars. All of the bars are in brand-new condition.
The term Christmas comes from the direct combination of Christ and mass, a holy ceremony held at church to mark the birth of Christ. Pope Julius I set the date to celebrate Christmas as December 25th as there was no written record of the actual date of birth for Christ.
On the obverse field of 1 oz Silver Merry Christmas Bars is an image of Santa as he delivers toys to a home. As a Christmas figure, Santa Claus may be a more secular symbol today, but he is rooted in the Greek bishop Saint Nicholas. In fact, the idea of gift-giving at Christmas came from the combination of Saint Nicholas’ festival day with Christmas in Reformation-era England. During this period, the English Church stopped celebrating Saint Nicholas’ festival day on December 6th. In the Middle Ages, children would customarily receive small gifts the evening before his festival day. When the celebration of Saint Nicholas was merged with Christmas, so too was the idea of gift-giving.
The reverse side of Silver Merry Christmas Bars includes a blank field in the center. Around this blank field, you will find a holiday greeting above with the weight, purity, and metal content.
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