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From the Osborne Mint, the Angels and Demons Steampunk Collection will feature 6 angels and 6 demons on 1 oz .999 fine silver rounds. Each sequential release will include one angel and one demon in steampunk-style garb. New designs are released every two months. These beautiful silver rounds are available in proof and vintage (antique) finishes, and each is edge numbered and ships in a plastic capsule with a certificate of authenticity.

Each design has a limited mintage. Proof 1 oz silver rounds will have a mintage of 2,500, and vintage 1 oz silver rounds of 1,500. The obverse of each round will feature an angel or demon, and an inscription of its name and the year of mintage. The reverse features the “Angels and Demons” logo, the Osborne Mint mintmark, weight and purity hallmark, and the inscription “Steampunk Spirits”.

The angles to be featured are:

  • Theodosia the Femme Fatale
  • Louvenia the Explorer
  • Delphine the Aristocrat
  • Rosamond the Flight Attendant
  • Madelyn the Woodland Nymph
  • Phoebus the Adult Lolita

The demons to be featured are:

  • Cornelius the Fighter
  • Thaddeus the Aviator
  • Gregorio the Dandy
  • Simeon the Steamship Captain
  • Ruel the Hunter
  • Egbert the Military Soldier

This series was designed by Ana and Mercedes Hidalgo of Studio Kawaii. These two sisters have been creating manga-style comics and graphic novels for over 15 years and have been published in the United States and Europe.

The Osborne Mint is the oldest private mint in the United States and has garnered a reputation for producing beautiful custom silver rounds. Because the Osborne Mint maintains the highest metal purity and production quality standards, and because it qualifies as an ISO 9001 facility, each silver round produced by the Osborne Mint qualifies for a self-directed precious metals IRA.