5 oz Antique Silver Green Fairy and Fishbones Hobo Rounds - Silver.com
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5 oz Antique Silver Green Fairy and Fishbones Hobo Nickel Rounds (New w/ CoA)

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Mr. The’s fourth design for the Hobo Nickel Silver Round collection features a unique entry in the series. The Green Fairy and Fishbones release deviates from the rest of the releases so far by straying beyond the confines of the Buffalo Nickel design. Right now, the 5 oz Antique Silver Green Fairy and Fishbones Hobo Nickel Round is available on Silver.com.

More and more often investors are turning to rounds, and unique designs such as this one, as a way to invest in silver as they are a great alternative to silver bars due to their low premiums over silver spot price.

Round Highlights:

  • Arrives in a plastic capsule to protect the round’s condition.
  • Fourth design in the Silver Hobo Nickel Series.
  • Total mintage capped at 1,000 rounds for this release.
  • Consists of Five Troy ounces of .999 fine silver.
  • Reverse bears the Fishbones design.
  • Obverse includes the Green Fairy’s tantalizing image.
  • Each round comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
  • Antique specimens.

When it comes to the designs of the Silver Hobo Nickel Round series, the Green Fairy and Fishbones is the most unique. Previous releases highlighted the hobo artistic culture of America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, in particular the unique additions hobo artists would carve into circulation US currency.

The favorite target of these hobbyists and artistic laymen was the Buffalo Nickel, and Mr. The’s previous designs in the Hobo Nickel Round series featured creative takes on those original artworks. In the 5 oz Antique Silver Green Fairy and Fishbones Hobo Nickel Round release, along with the other two weights/finishes, you see a totally different approach.

On the obverse of each round is the image of a scantily clad Green Fairy in the center, holding a cup of intoxicating brew in her left hand that features a strange steam emanating from its surface. Engravings include “Liberty” and “1937,” which was the second to the last year of production for the original Buffalo Nickel.

The reverse of the 5 oz Antique Silver Green Fairy and Fishbones Hobo Nickel Round includes the haunting image of a deep-sea dwelling fish that is stripped of all its skin. Only the bones and carcass are visible floating in the aquatic background of the design.

Each of these Green Fairy and Fishbones Hobo Nickel Rounds includes an antique finish, which adds depth and warmth to the overall appearance of the design. Additional versions of the Green Fairy and Fishbones release include a 1 oz Silver Proof and a 1 oz Silver Antique.

These silver rounds all feature edge lettering denoting their serial number, weight, and purity. The included Certificate of Authenticity validates those factors and provides value to any collector.

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Additional information

Weight 5.00000 oz

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Brand: Osborne Mint

Mint: Osborne Mint

Weight: 5 oz

Purity: .999 fine silver

Design: Green Fairy and Fishbones Hobo

Lowest Price: $185.5

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