1 oz Silver Merry Christmas Rocking Horse Rounds (New) - Silver.com™
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1 oz Silver Merry Christmas Rocking Horse Rounds (New)

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Rocking horses are simple, yet enjoyable toys for young children. Like a rocking chair or cradle, a rocking horse can provide a child with fun or even a sense of relaxation. The rocking horse has become commonly associated with the Christmas season as a gift typically found in the toy bag Santa carries from house to house on Christmas Eve. Right now, 1 oz Silver Merry Christmas Rocking Horse Rounds are available to purchase online from Silver.com.

Round Highlights:

  • Ships to you inside plastic flips, tubes of 20 rounds, or boxes of 500 rounds!
  • Christmas-inspired design!
  • Rocking Horse visuals!
  • Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
  • The obverse comes with a depiction of a rocking horse and toy train.
  • On the reverse is a common design element for Christmas rounds from SilverTowne.

Each of the 1 oz Silver Merry Christmas Rocking Horse Rounds available here comes from SilverTowne and is part of its Christmas-themed releases in 2021. The rounds in this series come with plastic flips for individual rounds, tubes for multiples of 20, or boxes for multiples of 500 rounds.

Rocking horses are a typical toy to feature in the toy bag Santa uses to make his deliveries on Christmas Eve. The concept of the rocking horse comes from the Middle Ages when jousters would practice their craft using a device known as a rocking cradle. This allowed the jousters to practice stability in the saddle while wielding a lance. However, the transition from a rocking cradle in the Middle Ages to a toy took several hundred years, with the first known rocking horse toys emerging in the 19th century.

The obverse of Silver Merry Christmas Rocking Horse Rounds comes with a depiction of two of the most common toys historically delivered at Christmas. The larger of the two is a wooden rocking horse with fabric for the mane and tail. Near the bottom skids of the rocking horse, you will notice a wooden toy train. There is a seasonal greeting on this side of the silver round as well.

On the reverse field of 1 oz Silver Rocking Horse Rounds is an image of snowflakes. A common design used by SilverTowne on its Christmas-themed silver rounds, the field shows a large snowflake at the center with numerous additional snowflakes falling in the background fields.

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Weight 1.00000 oz

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Brand: SilverTowne

Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Purity:  .999

Manufacturer:  SilverTowne

Thickness:  2.9 mm

Diameter:  39 mm

Inner Pack:  20

Outer Pack:  500

Condition:  New

Edge Design:  Reeded

Packaging Type:  Plastic Flip

Weight:  1 Troy Ounce

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