Iconic Aztec Designs
The obverse of the bar make use of the profile of the last Aztec Emperor, Cuauhtémoc. The image was inspired by the sought after 1947-1948 Mexican 5 Pesos Silver coin. "Cuauhtémoc" below the portrait, "Ten Troy Ounces" and ".999 Fine Silver" are the only inscriptions. The reverse of the bar features the famous Sun Stone Aztec Calendar. This archeological and cultural landmark features the Aztec Sun God, Tonatiuh, the leader of Heaven. This calendar represents four previous eras and the current era in which we are living. The Aztec Calendar is permanently housed in Mexico City at the National Anthropology Museum.
Brilliant Uncirculated coins and rounds are "as minted" with bright, lustrous, original surfaces. They have no evidence of significant mishandling or circulation. Items of this quality are sought after by collectors and welcome in any numismatic or bullion stack. These stunning Aztec-themed silver rounds will not last long, stackers and collectors historically favor not only beautiful weight but also products featuring iconic cultural subjects.