Pinehurst Legendary Warriors: Alexander the Great 1oz Silver Round

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The Pinehurst Alexander the Great 1oz Silver Round is the fourth release in the 'Legendary Warriors' series showcasing some of the most famous warriors from history and legend.

The reverse side of the fine silver round features a detailed design showing Alexander the Great on horseback, engaged in battle. He is depicted raising his sword aloft and holding a shield bearing the face of Medusa, to strike fear into his enemies.

The obverse of the round bears a bundle of weapons to represent the 'Legendary Warriors' series. The round's weight and fineness also appear.

  • Contains 1 Troy ounce of 999.0 fine silver.
  • Manufactured by Silvertowne Mint, USA.
  • Struck to a bullion finish.
  • Fourth in the 'Legendary Warriors' series.
  • Supplied in a plastic coin flip.

Other Information

Alexander the Great, born in 356 BCE, was a fearless Macedonian ruler and military genius who conquered a huge empire including the eastern Mediterranean, the Middle East, Egypt, and some parts of Asia in a short amount of time. Alexander earned the title 'the Great' due to his success as a military leader who never lost a battle, despite often being outnumbered.

This silver round is the fourth release in the ‘Legendary Warriors’ series. The first three releases in this collection were Eric Bloodaxe, Julius Caesar, and Achilles. Future releases are expected to include: Alexander the Great, Spartacus, William Wallace, Geronimo, Sitting Bull, Joan of Arc, Genghis Khan, Leonidas I, Miyamoto Musashi, Arminius, Attila the Hun, and Hannibal.

Silver is subject to VAT at the standard rate of 20%.

Code agco23776
Metal Silver
Product Type Coin
Weight 31.10
Country USA
Manufacturer Silvertowne
Fine Content 31.10
Condition New
Fineness 999.0
Finish Bullion

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