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These beautiful ultra high relief rounds were sculpted by Heidi Wastweet, featuring the last pharaoh of Egypt, Cleopatra.

The story of Cleopatra is a fascinating one filled with love interests, betrayal, murder and suicide. The obverse of this round features Cleopatra with her head turned to the side, reminiscent of ancient Egyptian art. To her left is a cartouche signifying who she is and that she is of royal descent. To her right is the Eye of Horus, a symbol of protection and royal power. Below it is a bowl of figs, representing the hiding place of the deadly sap that killed Cleopatra.

The reverse of the round has the Goddess Isis in the centre, with a banner of the scarab beetle below. There are hieroglyphics as found on ancient papyrus, surrounding a pyramid. The bottom of the round has stylized carving of lotus reeds as would be found in the Nile.

This round will be in production for a limited time, order yours today.


Elemetal Mint was created in 2015 by the joint forces of Provident Metals, NTR Metals and Ohio Precious Metals and is now the largest private mint in the United States. Elemetal Mint specializes in producing both gold and silver bullion. It became famous for its innovative and outstanding silver bars and rounds and its recycling and environmentally friendly production approach. For example, the company's unique Snap Bullion silver bars feature pre-cut lines on their surfaces that allow you to break apart bulk sizes of silver bars without damaging their original packaging.

In multiples of 10 this round will ship in a tube.

Lightly Used
United States
Heidi Wastweet
Cleopatra seated with a cartouche to her left and the Eye of Horus and a bowl of figs to her right
The Goddess Isis with a pyramid and hieroglyphics along with the weight and purity of the round
2 oz