1oz Don't Tread on Me/Tea Party Silver Round

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Queensland Mint is proud to present the American Don't Tread on Me Silver Coin from the Privately Minted.

Silver Bullion rounds are popular with collectors and investors for their Silver content, portability and ease of storage. Add these 1 oz Don't Tread on Me/Tea Party Silver rounds to your cart today!
At times, Silver may tone due to the natural oxidation process that has no adverse effect on the value of the Silver.

  • Contains 1oz or 31.1g of 999 fine Silver
  • Obverse: Shows a proud emblem of a serpent coiled and ready to strike out at any person who attempts to infringe upon our basic human rights.
  • Reverse: Depicts someone throwing tea that was a symbol of protest against the British Empire along the date, weight and purity.
  • Issued from mint without capsule

Queensland Mint would love to hear from you. Our customer service team is available by +617 3184 8300 or [email protected].

Products specifications

Product ID 1319
Metal Silver
Purity 999
Weight 1oz
Form Minted
Grade Brilliant Uncirculated
Mint Privately Minted
Type Coin
Variant Don't Tread on Me
Series Bullion Series
Condition Sourced from Private Collection
Origin American
Karat 24
Superfund Approved No
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