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Collect your 1 oz Confederate States of America Silver coin featuring Gen Pierre G.T. Beauregard today from Provident Metals.
Each 1 oz silver coin is composed of .999 fine silver and will arrive in new condition.
Honor one of the Civil War’s greatest leaders — while adding precious metals to your portfolio — when you order a Confederate States of America General Pierre G.T. Beauregard Silver round.
The obverse of each private mint round features a portrait of General Beauregard. It is inscribed with the words IN GOD WE TRUST, GEN PGT BEAUREGARD and CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA.
The reverse includes the image of a Confederate flag. It is inscribed with CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA, ONE TROY OUNCE, .999 FINE SILVER and SILVER DOLLAR.
Born at the Contreras sugarcane plantation in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana, Pierre G.T. Beauregard (b. 1818 – 1893) was a prominent engineer during the Mexican-American War. When the South seceded from the Union, Beauregard followed, becoming the Confederate Army’s first brigadier general.
Beauregard was in command at Fort Sumter, and he led the South to victory at the First Battle of Bull run in Virginia. The General protected several important Confederate cities, including Petersburg and Richmond, Virginia.
Beauregard and his men were surrendered to Maj. General William T. Sherman at the end of the war, and the General soon retired, amassing a fortune as a champion of the highly controversial Louisiana Lottery.
|Silver Content||1 troy oz|
|Composition||.999 Fine Silver|