On May 16, 1771, 1,000 colonial militia members under the leadership of the Royal Governor of North Carolina clashed on a field near Great Alamance Creek with a force of 2,000 men known as the Regulators. This battle is officially classified as the final battle in the War of the Regulation, but many historians also cite it as one of the earliest skirmishes and signs of the impending American Revolution. Provident Metals happily offers the new 2021 Proof American Revolution Battle of Alamance 1 oz Silver Coin to you for purchase online.
When you purchase one of these 2021 Proof American Revolution Battle of Alamance 1 oz Silver Coins from Provident Metals, you will receive a coin that has an individual protective acrylic capsule. The coins in this series come with a Certificate of Authenticity from the Native American Mint. This COA has a colorized graphic of the first-ever American flag with its 13 stars and a blue field with 13 white stars in a circle. The Native American Mint logo is also found on this side. The coins are issued with a nominal value of 1 Dollar by the Mesa Grande Sovereign Nation and are not legal tender in the United States.
Each Proof American Revolution Battle of Alamance 1 oz Silver Coin has frosted designs over mirrored fields. The total mintage of this two-coin 1 oz release is 1,776, a nod to the start of the American Revolution. While 776 are reserved for the colorized proof, slightly more are available in this proof release at 1,000 coins in total.
The obverse of 2021 Proof American Revolution Battle of Alamance Silver Coins showcases militia members forming a battle line as each individual levels a musket to fire at the enemy. The Battle of Alamance consisted of a force of 1,000 colonial troops under Royal Governor William Tryon and a colonist militia of 2,000 Regulators, American Colonists who lived in the western counties of North Carolina and viewed North Carolinas colonial government as corrupt. Inscriptions on this face read Battle of Alamance and 1771-2021.
On the reverse side of the 2021 Proof Battle of Alamance 1 oz Silver Coins is a depiction of the Liberty Tree. The Liberty Tree was an elm that stood near Boston Common and was a rallying place for American Colonists upset about the rule of the British. Inscriptions on this side include America, $1, and a banner in the eagles beak that reads Mesa Grande Sovereign Nation.
The Battle of Alamance resulted in just nine deaths among the Regulators and between nine and 27 deaths among the Royal Troops of the colony. Though the death totals were low, it was widely viewed as a victory for the provincial government.
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|Mint Mark||Not Shown|
|Producer||Native American Mint|
|Product Series||American Revolution|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|Metal Content||1 Troy Ounce|
|Shipping||Orders over $199 Ship Free|