|Provident Metals Medieval Legends Series 14 Piece Collector's Box
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With the release of a Pied Piper design, the Medieval Legends offers its second design following the series debut with the Robin Hood image. This design element depicts the central figure from the folktale of a rat-catcher who went from town to town using his magical pipe to lure rats away from villages and population centers. But beware, crossing the Pied Piper comes with consequences! Right now, you can buy 1 oz Copper Medieval Legends Pied Piper Rounds online at Provident Metals.
With your purchase of the 1 oz Copper Medieval Legends Pied Piper Round, you will receive a copper round from Provident Metals that is individually packaged our sold in bulk. Individual rounds come with protective flips. Bulk options include plastic tubes of 20 rounds or boxes of 500 copper rounds. Inside the box are 25 tubes of 20 rounds each.
On the obverse side of Copper Medieval Legends Pied Piper Rounds is an image of the classical figure. The Pied Piper is in the middle of the town playing his magical pipe, but he is not doing so to lure away the rats of the village. Having failed to pay the Pied Piper, the people of Hamelin will now pay the price as the Pied Piper turns his magical pipe on the children of the village to lure them away as a punishment. The lone inscription on this side includes PIED PIPER.
The reverse field of 1 oz Copper Medieval Legends Pied Piper Rounds comes with a scene from within a Medieval castle. In this room with a single stained-glass window, a table is set up that has the relics of each of the characters in this series spread out on its surface. The Pied Piper’s magic flute is featured in the immediate foreground on the table. The inscriptions on this side read ONE OUNCE .999 FINE COPPER.
The Pied Piper was first recorded in the history of Hamelin, Lower Saxony, Germany. He was rumored to wear a multicolored outfit and use a magical pipe to lure rats out of villages. Among the early depictions of the Pied Piper was actually in artwork within a glass window in Marktkirche in Hamelin. His figure was later captured in a painting based on the glass artwork, with the painting completed in 1592.
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|Mint Mark||Not Shown|
|Product Series||Medieval Legends|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|Capsule Size||39 mm|
|Packaging Dimensions||1.5 x 1.5 x 0.2|
|Metal Content||1 AVDP Ounce|
|Shipping||Orders over $199 Ship Free|