The "Indian Head" Design 1 oz Silver Round recreates the famous "Indian Head" design by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, but in silver form. This round is made in the U.S.A., and is struck from 1 troy ounce of .999 pure silver. Part of the Classic Design series of silver rounds offered by Gainesville Coins, this beautiful round gives buyers the chance to see one of the iconic designs in U.S. coinage without spending a mint.
The reverse of the round depicts Lady Liberty in an American Indian headdress, with, "Liberty," emblazoned across her headdress's band. Above her are thirteen stars, representing the original 13 colonies. The reverse of this silver round recreates that of the Saint-Gaudens $10 gold piece, with one important exception: below the eagle is the weight and purity of the round, "one troy ounce .999 fine silver," instead of a face value.
An American Bald Eagle perches on a bundle of arrows, which is entwined by an olive branch. The mottoes, "In God We Trust," and, "E Pluribus Unum," appear to either side of the eagle, and, "United States of America," appears above the scene.
Please note this is a replica of an original design. Not an official government issue
Please note: This round is not an official government issue, but still contains 1 oz of .999 Fine Silver.