The statues of the Silver Soldiers Collection from Heads or Tales Coins & Collectibles are must-have items for military enthusiasts and historians who buy silver. Each of the individual designs in this beautiful series captures the winning spirit and determination that America brought to the conflict in World War II. While countless figures have been depicted in this series so far, one of the first vehicles to feature is the reliable, sturdy Willys MB Jeep. Today, 44 oz Antique Finish Silver Soldiers Collection Willys MB Jeep Statues are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you in a cardboard box with a Certificate of Authenticity included!
- Mintage limited to 250 silver statues only!
- Consists of 44 Troy ounces of actual silver content.
- Three-dimensional depiction of a Willys MB Jeep from World War II that includes a GI driving the Jeep.
- Antique visuals.
- Laser-etched weight, purity, and serial number on the base.
The Willys MB Jeep helped revolutionize the way American military forces moved across the battlefield and transferred men and supplies from one engagement to the next. When World War I was fought three decades earlier, hundreds of thousands of horses were counted among the casualties of the war because horse power was relied on to move men and supplies around the field of battle. The Jeep would change all of that.
All of these 44 oz Antique Finish Silver Soldiers Collection Willys MB Jeep Statues are available to you for purchase today with a cardboard shipping box and protective materials. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Hotco. These statues contain sterling silver at a purity of .925 silver content. The weight and purity are laser-etched on the base, along with the unique serial number. You will also notice that each statue has an antique polish applied for a collectible appeal.
The 44 oz Antique Finish Silver Soldiers Collection Willys MB Jeep Statues replicate the appearance of the tough, dependable Jeep that comes with a GI behind the wheel to drive. Manufactured by Willys-Overland, a former American automotive manufacturer, the Jeep was mass-produced during the war to serve as a primary mode of transport for GIs in the American military and eventually shared with the Allies, including the Soviet Union.
Countless great Americans of the era sang the praises of the Willys MB Jeep, including President Dwight D. Eisenhower, who referred to the Jeep as “one of three decisive weapons the US had during World War II.”
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