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2021 Colorized American Revolution Battle of Alamance 1 oz Silver Coin

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Looking back at the American Revolution, all historians can agree that the seeds of war were sown over the course of more than a decade leading up to the Battles of Lexington and Concord. What some historians argue is the actual first shots of the war. While most view Lexington and Concord as the beginning of active hostilities, others point to the Battle of Alamance as some of the first shots fired in the movement toward independence. Today, you have the opportunity to get 2021 Colorized American Revolution Battle of Alamance 1 oz Silver Coins online at Provident Metals.


  • Arrives with an individual protective acrylic capsule and a Certificate of Authenticity!
  • 1st in the 1 oz series of American Revolution silver coins!
  • Limited overall mintages of just 1,776 silver coins!
  • Limited to only 776 colorized silver coins!
  • Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
  • The face value of 1 Dollar is backed by the Mesa Grande Sovereign Nation.
  • On the obverse is a line of militia lowering muskets to open fire.
  • The reverse features an image of the Liberty Tree.
  • Colorized obverse elements!
  • Coins DO NOT have legal tender status in the US.

History remembers the Battle of Alamance as the final fight of the War of the Regulation, a conflict between American Colonists in western North Carolina and the Royal Governor and provincial government in the colonys capital. The war lasted from 1765 to 1771 and was largely made up of minor skirmishes. Though the numbers that fought at the Battle of Alamance were significant, 3,000 soldiers between the sides, the deaths numbered a maximum of 36 deaths with fewer than 100 injured.


On the obverse of 2021 Colorized American Revolution Battle of Alamance 1 oz Silver Coins is a depiction of a line of soldiers preparing to fire. While the common battle tactic of the day was to amass troops in a line as depicted here, to then fire at one another in close quarters, the Regulators often used the tactics of indigenous tribes by taking cover in the treeline and firing at their opponents. The inscriptions on this side read Battle of Alamance and 1771-2021, with the latter marking the 250th anniversary of one of the first steps toward the American Revolution.


The reverse side of the 2021 Colorized American Revolution Battle of Alamance Silver Coin features a depiction of American Colonists gathering around the Liberty Tree. An elm that sprouted around the mid-1640s, the Liberty Tree was a popular gathering place for American Colonists to hear public speeches and share opinions on the growing divide between the colonies and the British government in North America and in London. Inscriptions include America, $1, and Mesa Grande Sovereign Nation.


While the seeds of disagreement that fueled the War of the Regulation and resulted in the Battle of Alamance were the same as those that led to the American Revolution, some scholars dispute the connection between this fight and the broader engagements of the American Revolution. The Regulators were pushing back against taxation and a lack of local control, but many point out that they used all avenues available to first avoid war. In fact, the Regulators were more interested in removing corrupt officials than ousting the entire British government structure in North Carolina.


2021 Colorized American Revolution Battle of Alamance 1 oz Silver Coins are available in acrylic capsules and come with a Certificate of Authenticity. Each coin has colorized lacquer on the obverse bringing the scenes of battle to life in color. The coins have a face value of 1 Dollar, but are not legal US tender. That value is, however, backed by the Mesa Grande Sovereign Nation.

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Product Details

Year 2021
Mint Mark Not Shown
Metals Purity .999
Producer Native American Mint
Condition Proof
Edge Style Reeded
Product Series American Revolution
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
Packaging Plastic Capsule
Metal Content 1 Troy Ounce
Shipping Orders over $199 Ship Free
Diameter 39 mm
Mintage 776
Capsule Size 39 mm
Thickness 2.9 mm
Denomination $1
Packaging Dimensions 3.4 x 3.3 x 1.0
Provident ID 3829640