This beautiful handmade necklace was created from a 1 oz Incuse Indian Silver Round. Replicating the design of the first-ever United States gold coin that was minted with a sunken or incuse design in 1908, these Silver rounds are made by the famous Golden State Mint. Moreover, they are a great investment option for those who are looking for iconic American Designs, while obtaining pure Silver without having to bear the numismatic premiums that the original coins tend to command.
Every Incuse Indian Silver round minted by the Golden State Mint contains 1 troy ounce of pure 0.999 Silver (Ag).
The obverse of this Silver round showcases the original Incuse Indian design – 13 stars, the year ‘1929’ and the word ‘Liberty,’ encircling the image of a Native American Chieftain, complete with traditional headgear.
On the reverse, the proud National Bird of the United States, the Bald Eagle, is seen perched on a branch as it stares into the distance. This elegant image is accompanied by the motto of the United States ‘E Pluribus Unum,’ and the words ‘In God We Trust.’ Additionally, at the bottom, the purity and weight of the Silver in this Silver round are engraved into the metal ‘1 ounce .999 fine Silver.’