1 oz 2018 Saint Helena US Trade Dollar Silver Coin
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This showstopper forms part of a bespoke 5 part series paying tribute to the United State’s Trade Dollar, on behalf of the legendary East India Company. Purchase your 1 oz 2018 Saint Helena US Trade Dollar silver coin from our online store for the internet’s lowest price!
- Ships individually in protective packaging
- Consisting of 1 oz of 999 Fine Silver
- Obverse: Features a portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on a highly detailed intricate background
- Reverse: Features an exquisite, high relief rendering of a seated Lady Liberty, proffering an olive branch, shown within multiple decorative borders, to dazzling effect.
The coin’s reverse features an exquisite, high relief rendering of a seated Lady Liberty, proffering an olive branch, shown within multiple decorative borders, to dazzling effect. Also on the reverse, the East India trade Company and Trade Dollar Titles.
The obverse imagery is equally striking and features a high relief portrait of Elizabeth II, donning her beloved State Diadem. Also on the obverse, the names, Elizabeth II and St. Helena, as well as the year of origin and the coin’s unique denominational value.
The US Trade dollar was specially created in the 1870’s, as a ‘universal currency’ to facilitate international commerce. Commemorate the currency which laid the foundation for the trade-behemoth that the US is today and diversify your portfolio with a 1 oz 2018 Saint Helena US Trade Dollar silver coin today.
ABOUT SAINT HELENA
The tiny, isolated Island of Saint Helena is an unlikely candidate as one of the most significant and influential nations in terms of global trade. Yet, looking back and examining the collective history, St. Helena is an integral component of worldwide trade and commerce. The Island, which spans an area of 47 square miles, was seen as an oasis by explorers and conquerors such as the Dutch, Portuguese, and English, all vying for control of the crucial port. In 1658 the British claimed the Island by making it a fortress and a hub for lucrative expeditions to India, China, and the rest of the Eastern world. The trading hub has now reached unprecedented heights of success, accounting for half of the world’s trade, establishing a monopoly in cotton, silk, salt, spices and tea, among many others, contributing to the vast and enormous wealth of the British empire. The Island, which remains a British colony to this day, was a vital component in the rise of the British empire.
|Jody Clark's newest portrait of Elizabeth II as well as her title with the words "St. Helena" followed by the year of issue and denomination.|
|A seated lady liberty surrounded by 13 stars representing the 13 colonies followed by the coins title.|