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Purchase 1 oz Silver Aztec Calendar Rounds for as low as $0.79 over spot!
The Aztec Calendar Stone, currently housed in the National Anthropology Museum in Mexico City, is the most famous work of Aztec sculpture in history. This incredibly intricate stone measures 12 feet in diameter, is over three feet thick, and weighs in at a whopping 24 tons. It was carved around the year 1500 as a means to describe the origins of the cosmos and the structure of the universe as the Aztecs saw it. And to this day, the Aztec Calendar stone endures as one of the most prominent emblems of Mexican culture.
This Aztec Calendar round is exquisitely struck in .999 pure silver, and is beautiful to admire in hand. Add the silver Aztec Calendar to your cart today!
- Iconic design based on the world famous Aztec Calendar stone.
- Contains 1 Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- Real-time prices are locked in at the time of the order.
- Fast, free, and discreet shipping in flips and tubes.
- Quickly and easily sell back your coins to Provident Metals at industry-leading prices.
The obverse depicts the famous Aztec Calendar stone. The design is in a circular shape resembling a sun, with rays emanating outward. In the center is the face of the Aztec solar deity, Tonatiuh, which gives the monolith its alternate name the Sun Stone. He is shown holding a human heart in each of his clawed hands, and his tongue is represented by a stone sacrificial blade. He is surrounded by a ring of 20 symbols that represent the 20 days of the Aztec month, along with four scrolled arrows pointed in the four cardinal directions.
The reverse depicts the striking left portrait of Cuauhtemōc, the last Aztec Emperor of Tenochtitlan. The name Cuauhtemōc means "Descending Eagle", as in the moment when an eagle folds its wings and plummets down to strike its prey. He was executed on the orders of Spanish Conquistador Hernán Cortés in 1525, and his face appears on Mexican banknotes, paintings, music, and popular culture to this day. He wears the traditional headdress and ear ornaments of the Aztec elite, and is surrounded by an Aztec border as well as the inscriptions of his name and the metal content, weight, and purity.
About the Golden State Mint
Each Aztec Calendar 1 oz Silver round is produced by the privately-operated Golden State Mint (GSM). Since 1974, the Golden State Mint has manufactured millions of rounds and bars for bullion dealers across the nation, with a purity that equals that of sovereign-minted rounds. GSM is a life member of the American Numismatic Association, along with several other well-respected numismatic organizations. GSM is a family company dedicated to stellar customer service, and remains one of the most highly-regarded popular private mints in the industry today.
Silver Aztec Calendar rounds ship in brand new condition. Single rounds ship in an individual plastic flip. Multiples of 20 ship in mint-issued tubes. Orders over $99 are eligible for free shipping!
Place your secure order online now by clicking on the product and selecting “add to cart”. Or, speak to one of our knowledgeable, friendly customer service representatives at 800-313-3315.These beautiful and historic Aztec Calendar silver rounds make great gifts! Order this popular design today!
|Country of Manufacture||United States|
|Silver Content||1 troy oz|
|Composition||.999 Fine Silver|
|Mint||Golden State Mint|