There is only one form of gold bullion produced in the 21st century that investors could also consider spending: Nevada Goldbacks. Issued by the same private minting group behind Utah Goldbacks, these beautiful gold notes come in 1, 5, 10, 25, and 50 Nevada units with weights ranging from 1/1000 Troy ounce to 1/20 Troy ounce. Right now, 50 Nevada Gold Goldback Notes are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you inside of an individual plastic currency sleeve!
- Produced in the United States!
- Locally-issued, voluntary currency in Nevada!
- Consists of One-Twentieth Troy ounce of .9999 fine gold.
- The obverse depicts the figure of Libertas.
- Graphics and text are in high-resolution with full color!
Each 50 Nevada Gold Goldback Note listed here comes with its own individual plastic currency sleeve and arrives in brand-new condition. The gold notes available in this series consist of thin layers of gold applied together between two sheets of polyester. Goldback Notes are affordable, versatile, and secure forms of gold. Unlike modern gold bullion coins you might never spend due to the difference between its metallic value and assigned face value, you could use these gold notes with vendors in Nevada that choose to accept gold.
50 Nevada Gold Goldback Notes are a new and unique form of voluntary, locally-issued gold. With weights that reach a maximum of 1/20 Troy ounce in the form of these 50 Nevada notes, this series represents the most affordable gold options you will find. The other weights in the collection go even lower at 1/40, 1/100, 1/200, and 1/1000 Troy ounce of 24-karat gold content.
The obverse design of the 50 Nevada Gold Goldback Notes comes a stirring depiction of Libertas. The Roman goddess of Liberty, Libertas is the female personification of liberty and freedom that offers the foundation of the French and American concepts of Liberty. Ancient depictions of Liberty featured her figure with a rod and pileus, both symbols of freedom. The pileus was a cap worn by recently freed slaves who had had their heads shaved. Those now-free individuals would wear the undyed pileus to cover their heads. The rod was symbolic of an individual’s freedom as given by a magistrate.
In this depiction of Libertas, she stands with the rod in her right hand and holds a light overhead in her other hand. The Roman goddess known as Libertas is the foundation for the imagery and iconography that exists in the modern American personification of Liberty and French personification of Marianne.
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