Gold is one of the most sought-after precious metals in the world. Viewed by its fans as a means of storing wealth and even providing the potential for spending power in the event of a downfall in fiat currencies, gold is available in a wide range of weights, but even the smallest remain difficult to theoretically spend in the event that fiat currencies crash. The Utah Goldback Notes solve that issue with various small gold options. Today, 50 Utah Goldback Gold Notes are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship in a protective sleeve!
- Largest option available in the Utah Goldback Gold Note series!
- Consists of 1/20 Troy ounce of .9999 fine gold.
- On the obverse is a front-facing image of Libertas.
- The reverse is blank with only a reflected, mirrored image of the obverse design.
- Produced in the United States.
The Utah Goldback Gold Note Series is designed to give Utahans the opportunity to spend their gold in a time of need. Though these gold notes are not specifically noted as legal tender throughout the United States, each one is accepted as a local note in Utah with businesses throughout the state opting to accept the notes for purchases at their own discretion.
All 50 Utah Goldback Gold Notes are available to you individually packaged inside of plastic sleeves. The gold notes are in new condition when shipped and represent the largest denomination in this series. The broader collection includes weights down to 1/1000 oz in the 1 Goldback note, the smallest weight of gold bullion available.
On the obverse of each 50 Utah Goldback Gold Note is the front-facing image of Libertas. A well-known figure in American history, Libertas was the Roman goddess of Liberty. Her figure inspired Columbia and Marianne, the female personifications of America and France, and is believed to have influenced the Statue of Liberty that now stands in New York Harbor. The thin nature of the gold notes results in no separate design on the reverse with only the mirror image of the obverse.
These Utah Goldback Gold Notes originated in the months after the Utah Legal Tender Act of 2011 recognized certain types of gold as valid, legal tender currency in the state. While small businesses and others in Utah can choose to accept these gold notes right now as legal currency, that is not yet a guarantee throughout the rest of the country.
Please don’t hesitate to contact Silver.com with any questions about this gold for sale. You can call us on the phone at 888-989-7223, chat with us live online, or email us directly.