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For his third Labor, Hercules was sent to capture the speedy Ceryneian Hind and bring it back to King Eurystheus. After a year of chasing the creature, Hercules caught and delivered the Hind.
Total Mintage: 7,433
While the Silver Ceryneian Hind is no longer available, you may still purchase the 1 oz silver Hercules proof round, and 5 oz silver Hercules proof round.
Do not forget to keep your Hercules Silver Rounds safe with the full-color 12 Labors of Hercules Display Box.
To read about Hercules and his 12 Labors, check out our blog for more information.
Honoring the ancient legend of the mythological hero, Hercules, the Ceryneian Hind 1 oz Silver Round celebrates the third Labor he performed. Composed of .999 fine silver, each coin has a diameter of 39mm.
The reverse features a left-facing profile of Hercules wearing the Nemean Lion’s hide as armor on his head. He strikes a powerful pose while clutching his famous club.
As his third labor, Hercules was sent to capture the speedy Ceryneian Hind and return it to King Eurystheus. The Hind is depicted on the obverse, majestically leaping amongst a wooded backdrop. THE CERYNEIAN HIND as well as the Roman numeral for ‘3’ are inscribed.
Invest in this 12-part series with the Ceryneian Hind 1 oz Silver Round, now available at Provident Metals. Call us, or use our safe and secure online ordering system to get yours today.
12 Labors of Hercules
Driven crazy by Hera, Hercules slew his family — only regretful after recovering his sanity. King Thespius purified the son of Zeus, but to atone for his crimes, he was sent to serve King Eurystheus.
Eurystheus ordered Hercules to execute 10 Labors, which were a series of tasks carried out as penance for his actions. Hercules successfully completed all 10, but because his nephew helped with one and he planned to accept payment for another, Eurystheus forced Hercules to finish two more Labors alone.
Hercules’ Labors adhere to the traditional order of the Bibliotheca:
- Nemean Lion - Sept. 12, 2014
- Lernaean Hydra - Oct. 12, 2014
- Ceryneian Hind - Nov. 12, 2014
- Erymanthian Boar - Dec. 12, 2014
- Augean Stables - Jan. 12, 2015
- Stymphalian Birds - Feb. 12, 2015
- Cretan Bull - March 12, 2015
- Mares of Diomedes - April 12, 2015
- Girdle of Hippolyta - May 12, 2015
- Cattle of Geryon - June 12, 2015
- Apples of Hesperides - July 12, 2015
- Cerberus - Aug. 12, 2015
Celebrate the third labor of Hercules with your purchase of this Ceryneian Hind 1 oz Silver Round available today at Provident Metals.
|Composition||.999 Fine Silver|
|Silver Content||1 troy oz|
|Coin Series||12 Labors of Hercules|