2021 1/10 Gram Gold Aurum Freedom Notes (New) - Silver.com™
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2021 1/10 Gram Gold Aurum Freedom Notes (New)

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There are many allegorical figures associated with the United States of America. Historically, the female figure known as Columbia has been associated with the New World since the 15th century and in the modern era, Liberty has been an enduring symbol for the United States. There is another allegorical female figure associated with America and she stands atop the U.S. Capitol Building: Freedom. Now, 2021 1/10 Gram Gold Aurum Freedom Notes are available to you for purchase online at Silver.com.

Note Highlights:

  • Notes ship to you inside individual currency sleeves!
  • Brand-new Freedom design on the notes!
  • Consists of One-Tenth Gram, or .003215 Troy ounces, of .9999 fine gold.
  • The obverse field features several depictions of the Statue of Freedom.
  • On the reverse is a blank field with only reflections of the obverse design.
  • Manufactured in the United States.

The Statue of Freedom stands a total of 19.5 feet tall and was cast from bronze with a weight of some 15,000 pounds. Her figure stands at the top of the east plaza of the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington D.C. The allegorical figure of Freedom was designed by Thomas Crawford, but was not cast until 1860-1862, several years after his death.

Since 1862, the allegorical figure has been at the top of the U.S. Capitol Building facing east toward the rising sun. She shares many features in common with Columbia, but is a distinctly different figure. She wears a military helmet topped by an eagle’s head with a bust of plumage above. Her right hand rests on a sheathed sword, while her left hand holds both a crown laurel and the U.S. National Shield. 

The obverse field of 2021 1/10 Gram Gold Aurum Freedom Notes depicts the Statue of Freedom in various poses. The central foreground offers you the closest glimpse of the face of Freedom, while her full-length figure is featured on the right and the left. The image on the right captures her from a front-facing point of view, while the image on the right offers the most complete view with the pedestal she stands on at the top of the Capitol Building included in the design element. Reverse fields on these 2021 Gold Aurum Freedom Notes are blank, though you may notice reflections of the obverse design element.

These 2021 1/10 Gram Gold Aurum Freedom Notes are available to you with individual currency sleeves. The notes are produced with thin layers of gold combined together between sheets of polyester. Each one is available to you in new condition from the manufacturer, a US-based company.

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Weight 0.00320 oz

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Year:  2021

Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Purity:  .999

Condition:  New

Edge Design:  Smooth

Packaging Type:  Archival Quality Currency Sleeve

Weight:  .00322 Troy Ounce

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