Here's your chance to own an exquisitely detailed replica in 2 oz. of 99.99% pure silver of a very rare numismatic favorite – the 1915 Panama-Pacific commemorative coin struck as a $50 gold piece by the San Francisco Mint. Only 483 of the original round coin were ever issued, and to own one today you could expect to pay about $80,000, or more – if you could find one!
Measuring 6 mm thick, this handsome silver replica of that sought-after rarity features an owl perched on a Ponderosa pine branch on the reverse, and the Roman goddess Minerva symbolizing California on the obverse. This silver round is an affordable opportunity to own a piece recalling the historic Panama-Pacific International Exposition that celebrated both the opening of the Panama Canal and San Francisco's recovery from the devastating 1906 earthquake.
- Material: Silver
- Product Type: Single Products