We have been looking for ways to give gifts that won't go down in value over time. My Great Grandmother did this by giving us Morgan dollars when we were very young as presents. Within the past few years I have "rediscovered" the wisdom of this, and began purchasing antique silver plates and things for my mother as gifts.
Silver, much like gold, has intrinsic value (it has value of its own not just because of its shape or what it can do), and because of this its value increases over time.
We have wanted to add some products that could be purchased for birthdays, anniversaries, special occasions, etc. that would still be worth something decades later. When we found these we knew we had found the first of this product category (heck you could even drill a hole and make some Christmas ornaments, use a small bit and fishing line).
As of 1/12/2021 these are in production and will hopefully ship to us in the next few weeks. We only ordered a few hundred to start, but we will order more if needed.
Thank you to all of you our valued customers, and we hope you continue to find value in what we have to offer.
Plumbum Casting Co.
"A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed."
Throughout recent history, the language of the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America has been interpreted differently by different people (some just can't read), but regardless there is no denying its importance to this great nation. Without the right to bear arms, we would not have any of our rights. Our rights come from God, and it is up to every Freeman (and woman) to protect those rights. One set of tools that are used to protect these freedoms, are enumerated and protected here.
The Second Amendment Round
Is minted in .999 fine (pure) silver, the design depicts a minuteman raising, aiming, and firing his musket. Arcing around the top are thirteen stars representing the original thirteen colonies. The language of the second amendment is then inscribed around the outside encircling edge. Also inscribed is the year 1791; the year the ratification of the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution was completed, forming The Bill of Rights.
The reverse side features an American Bald Eagle, gazing proudly from behind a depiction of the Bill of Rights and the Constitution of the United States of America. Around the top of the eagle are 21 rays representing a 21-gun salute, and around the bottom are two olive branches; that through being armed and a willingness to protect our rights, country, and family, we achieve peace. The weight and purity designations are also included on the side of the eagle.
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