Product Description: 2 oz Aztec Silver Round
This round is minted to commemorate the Aztec Calendar Stone, carved in 1479. These Aztec Calendar silver rounds faithfully depict the massive, 25-ton lava stone crafted by the ancient Aztec people in central Mexico. Discovered in the 1790s during construction, it had been buried beneath Mexico City’s central square.
These exquisite rounds contain a generous two troy ounces of .999 pure silver bullion. The exclusive producers of these beautiful rounds are The Golden State Mint, renowned for their expertise in crafting silver products over their 45-year history, which began in 1974.
The obverse side showcases the Aztec Calendar, characterized by its three intricate rings detailing how the Aztecs measured days, weeks, and months.
On the reverse, you’ll find the left-facing portrait of Cuauhtemoc, the final Emperor of the Aztecs, who tragically perished at the hands of the Spanish in 1525. His enduring image continues to permeate Mexican popular culture. Surrounding his portrait is an Aztec-inspired border, with “TWO TROY OUNCES” above and “.999 FINE SILVER” below, alongside his name.
With their captivating and detailed design, these Aztec silver rounds are certain to captivate collectors and history enthusiasts alike. Don’t miss the chance to add these 2 oz Aztec Silver Rounds to your collection
These Aztec Silver Rounds come in many different sizes from 1/10 oz, up to 5 oz.