If you want to buy gold that is unique and boasts beautiful designs, Aurum Gold Notes are worthy of your consideration. A new series of gold bullion that offers distinctive designs, Aurum Gold Notes boast recreations of popular currency designs and one-of-a-kind images captured in high-resolution, full-color imagery. Today, 2020 1/10 Gram Gold Aurum Liberty Notes are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you inside of archival currency sleeves!
- 2020 issue of the 1/10 Gram Gold Aurum Liberty Notes!
- Contains One-Tenth Gram, .00322 Troy ounce, of .9999 fine gold.
- The obverse design features a replication of the famous Saint-Gaudens Liberty image.
Augustus Saint-Gaudens is the designer whose vision of Liberty shines on the obverse of these gold notes. Saint-Gaudens was a noted artist, engraver, and sculptor in the United States in the early 20th century. He was so well-respected that President Theodore Roosevelt personally approached him about creating new Liberty images for the United States Mint to adopt on circulation coins. He submitted a total of four Liberty designs, with this Liberty vision used on the Gold $20 Double Eagle from 1907 to 1933.
All of these 2020 1/10 Gram Gold Aurum Liberty Notes are available to you for purchase in brand-new condition. The notes are individually packaged with archival quality currency sleeves. The notes boast high-quality, photo-realistic designs with full-color display for certain elements. These thin gold notes are the new way to purchase gold in an affordable format.
Gold Aurum Notes are produced by layering thin amounts of gold together between two polyester layers. The polyester layers make for flexible, safe housing for the gold and keep the designs safe. The 1/10 Gram Gold Aurum Liberty Notes are one of the few regularly produced each year in the Gold Aurum Note Series.
The obverse face of the 2020 1/10 Gram Gold Aurum Liberty Notes includes an effigy of Liberty. The front-facing relief of Liberty shown here is based on the 1907 artwork from Saint-Gaudens. Liberty is shown walking forward with the US Capitol Building visible at her feet as she holds up a large torch in her right hand and an olive branch in her left hand. Rays of sunshine emerge from behind her figure and reach out toward the edges of the note.
Saint-Gaudens’ original design from 1907 was intended for use in a high-relief strike, but the US Mint had to lower the relief of his original design. At the time, the US Mint didn’t have the technology to routinely strike high-relief coins with the speed and capability needed for circulation coinage.
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