When it comes to buying unique silver, Hotco has a wide range of options available to investors and collectors. When it comes to collectible silver, Hotco silver statues are among the most popular options you will find. Silver statues from Hotco capture, in some cases, unique moments and monuments from American history. The Iwo Jima Statue is a perfect example of a unique moment captured in beautiful, antique silver. Right now, you can get 30 oz Silver Antique Finish Iwo Jima Statues online at Provident Metals.
With your purchase of a 30 oz Silver Antique Finish Iwo Jima Statues from Provident Metals, each statue is available on its own. The statues are wrapped in protective packaging materials inside of a shipping box. The statues are individually serialized by Hotco, with a laser-etched serial number from 1 to 1,000 found on the base, along with the weight and the silver purity. These silver statues have sterling silver content or .925 silver content.
The 30 oz Silver Antique Finish Iwo Jima Statue available here depicts the moment that six US Marines raised an American flag at the peak of Mount Suribachi. After nearly a month of fierce fighting on the island of Iwo Jima, six US Marines from E Company had reached the top of Mount Suribachi with their unit and raised the American flag at the peak to boost the morale of American troops still fighting across the island, while also showing the Japanese resistance that America wasnt going to stop until the island was cleared of Imperial forces.
In the design, a single US Marine guides the flagpole into the rocky surface of Mount Suribachi as five other US Marines push the flagpole upright. As the flag moves upright, the American flag begins to unfurl and flap in the breeze.
The US war effort in the Pacific Theater of World War II was known as an island-hopping campaign. As the US Navy and US Marine Corps moved throughout the Pacific Theater, American forces had to take and clear one island after another to push the Japanese back toward the home islands. Iwo Jima was the last of islands before the home islands after the US had pushed the Japanese back away from Australia, cleared the Caroline Islands, retaken Guam, and fought it out with the Japanese at Tinian and Saipan. Iwo Jima was halfway between the aforementioned Mariana Islands and the home islands of Japan.
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|Mint Mark||Not Shown|
|Producer||Heads or Tales Coin Company|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|Metal Content||30+ Troy Ounces|
|Shipping||Orders over $199 Ship Free|
|Product Series||Iwo Jima|