2019 5 oz Germania The Allegories Columbia & Germania Rounds - Silver.com
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2019 5 oz Silver Germania The Allegories Columbia & Germania Rounds (Capsule + CoA)

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Germania is the official emblem of the Germania Mint and her personification has represented Germanic people for centuries. The Germania Mint issues the Allegories Series with images of Germania alongside other female personifications in a stunning collectible series of .9999 pure silver rounds. Today, 2019 5 oz Silver Germania Mint The Allegories Columbia Germania Rounds are available to you online at Silver.com.

Round Highlights:

  • Available to ship to you inside of individual plastic capsules, presentation boxes, and a Certificate of Authenticity!
  • Second round available in The Allegories Series!
  • Mintage limited to 500 rounds only!
  • Consists of Five Troy ounces of .9999 fine silver.
  • The nominal value is 25 Mark.
  • Columbia and Germania walk hand-in-hand on the obverse.
  • The Germania Mint heraldic shield is featured on the reverse.

Columbia was the official personification of the United States from the 1730s when the Thirteen Colonies began to form until the World War I-era in the US. Following that conflict, America turned more toward Liberty as a personification of the country. Columbia first appeared as a personification of the region in the 1620s with the name originating from Christopher Columbus, the European who discovered the New World.

All of the 2019 5 oz Silver Germania Mint The Allegories Columbia Germania Rounds in this product listing come with an individual protective plastic capsule and a Certificate of Authenticity. The round, capsule, and Certificate of Authenticity all ship to you within a presentation box.

Columbia and Germania feature together on the obverse of the 2019 5 oz Silver Germania Mint The Allegories Columbia Germania Round. Columbia is the figure on the left and she carries the American flag. Germania is on the right and carries the German eagle flag. The two walk hand-in-hand together to symbolize the shared European ancestry of the two nations and their future as allies.

The Germania Mint heraldic shield is found on the reverse side of 2019 5 oz Silver Germania Mint The Allegories Columbia Germania Rounds. This quartered shield has four distinctive images in each quadrant with a crown atop the shield. The double-headed eagle in the upper left signifies looking back at the past and toward the future. The check pattern represents wisdom and prudence. The three flowers on a ribbon symbolize the values of a strong, independent nation, and the wild boar is a sign of mightiness and power.

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Brand: Germania Mint

Year: 2019

Mint: Germania Mint

Condition: Brilliant Uncirculated

Weight: 5 Troy Ounces

Purity: .999 Fine Silver

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Lowest Price: $85

Condition: New

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