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About the Highland Mint (HM) 1 Oz Walking Liberty Silver Round

For 5,000 years silver has been a trusted store of value and is truly mankind's all time money. Famed U.S. economist Milton Friedman once stated, “The major monetary metal in history is silver, not gold.”

Silver is the more plentiful precious monetary metal known to man; gold is the other, which is less plentiful. As a result, silver has been much more commonly used in commerce. Silver is also the lowest priced of all the precious metals (gold, platinum, palladium, ruthenium, rhodium, osmium, iridium, and silver), thus making it an excellent value for bullion buyers seeking to own precious metals as an alternative to fiat currencies.

Here are some highlights of this round:

  • Contains one (1) troy ounce of .999 fine silver
  • Produced by the respected and ISO-certified Highland Mint
  • Manufactured in the United States
  • Features the iconic Walking Liberty design, which appeared on American Half Dollar coins from 1916-1947 and on American Silver Eagles from 1986 to today

  

This Highland Mint silver round is known as a "bullion round," meaning its price is determined almost exclusively by the price of silver. There's nothing particularly special about it, but many investors buy these types of rounds specifically for that reason! It may sound counterintuitive, but with simple bullion rounds such as these, there are fewer factors to keep in mind when determining the best time to sell.

The obverse side of the coin shows Lady Liberty walking with her arm, wrapped in an American Flag outstretched with a rising sun behind her. Above her is stamped the word “LIBERTY,” and just to the right is “IN GOD WE TRUST.” The design honors Adolph Weinman's famous 1916 design of the Walking Liberty Half Dollar, which is also honored on the American Silver Eagle.

On the back of the round is the American eagle, adorned with a heraldic shield. In the eagle's talons it clutches an olive branch and bunch of arrows, the traditional symbols of peace and war. Above the eagle is a field of thirteen stars, representing the original thirteen colonies, and the text “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.” On the bottom is displayed critical information about the round's weight, purity and metal type: “ONE TROY OUNCE .999 FINE SILVER.” The Highland Mint mark is also present (the “HM”).

The Highland Mint was established in the early 1980s. They are based in Melbourne, Florida. They are known for sports memorabilia, cards, and coins, made for baseball, football, and other professional sports leagues. They also produce high-quality silver rounds & bullion products.

Customer Reviews

Review by Kris
The round is slightly smaller and thicker than a standard Eagle by comparison. The strike is crisp and has a good amount of detail, the background has a nice mirrored shine to it. The shield in front of the eagle says the word 'copy'. Not a big deal and only mention it because the pictures do not reflect this. Great round, Highland Mint did a fantastic job. (Posted on 7/2/2018)

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Highland Mint (HM) 1 Oz Walking Liberty Silver Round

Product code: HM-RND-Silver1OzWalking
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Metal Type Silver
Metal Weight 1
Grading Service Ungraded
Date No Date
Purity .999 Fine Silver
Country of Manufacture United States
Manufacturer Highland Mint

About the Highland Mint (HM) 1 Oz Walking Liberty Silver Round

For 5,000 years silver has been a trusted store of value and is truly mankind's all time money. Famed U.S. economist Milton Friedman once stated, “The major monetary metal in history is silver, not gold.”

Silver is the more plentiful precious monetary metal known to man; gold is the other, which is less plentiful. As a result, silver has been much more commonly used in commerce. Silver is also the lowest priced of all the precious metals (gold, platinum, palladium, ruthenium, rhodium, osmium, iridium, and silver), thus making it an excellent value for bullion buyers seeking to own precious metals as an alternative to fiat currencies.

Here are some highlights of this round:

  • Contains one (1) troy ounce of .999 fine silver
  • Produced by the respected and ISO-certified Highland Mint
  • Manufactured in the United States
  • Features the iconic Walking Liberty design, which appeared on American Half Dollar coins from 1916-1947 and on American Silver Eagles from 1986 to today

  

This Highland Mint silver round is known as a "bullion round," meaning its price is determined almost exclusively by the price of silver. There's nothing particularly special about it, but many investors buy these types of rounds specifically for that reason! It may sound counterintuitive, but with simple bullion rounds such as these, there are fewer factors to keep in mind when determining the best time to sell.

The obverse side of the coin shows Lady Liberty walking with her arm, wrapped in an American Flag outstretched with a rising sun behind her. Above her is stamped the word “LIBERTY,” and just to the right is “IN GOD WE TRUST.” The design honors Adolph Weinman's famous 1916 design of the Walking Liberty Half Dollar, which is also honored on the American Silver Eagle.

On the back of the round is the American eagle, adorned with a heraldic shield. In the eagle's talons it clutches an olive branch and bunch of arrows, the traditional symbols of peace and war. Above the eagle is a field of thirteen stars, representing the original thirteen colonies, and the text “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.” On the bottom is displayed critical information about the round's weight, purity and metal type: “ONE TROY OUNCE .999 FINE SILVER.” The Highland Mint mark is also present (the “HM”).

The Highland Mint was established in the early 1980s. They are based in Melbourne, Florida. They are known for sports memorabilia, cards, and coins, made for baseball, football, and other professional sports leagues. They also produce high-quality silver rounds & bullion products.

Customer Reviews

Review by Kris
The round is slightly smaller and thicker than a standard Eagle by comparison. The strike is crisp and has a good amount of detail, the background has a nice mirrored shine to it. The shield in front of the eagle says the word 'copy'. Not a big deal and only mention it because the pictures do not reflect this. Great round, Highland Mint did a fantastic job. (Posted on 7/2/2018)

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