Golden State Mint Aztec Calendar Silver Round 1 Troy oz
The Aztec Calendar Round is a copy of the Aztec Calendar stone. The stone was carved in 1479 but was buried under the central square of Mexico City until it was found in 1790 during construction. The stone itself was made from solidified lava and weighed 25 tons.
These 1 troy oz .999 fine Silver rounds were minted by Golden State Mint, one of the country's largest private mints, and are new in uncirculated condition.
The obverse is a depiction of the famed Aztec Calendar stone. The stone features the face of the Aztec sun deity Tonatuih. The face is surrounded by three distinct rings that each contain images of Aztec history.
The reverse features the left portrait of Cuauhtemoc, the last Aztec Emperor. Cuauhtemoc was executed by Spanish conquistadors in 1525.
His portrait is surrounded by an Aztec border as well as “ONE TROY OUNCE” above & “.999 FINE SILVER” below.
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