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Get your 1 oz Silver Proof Hercules Round today! Only 1,000 minted!
Over 65% of the total mintage has been sold.
Proof Hercules rounds contain 1 troy ounce of .999 fine silver and arrive in a custom display box.
Coins are individually numbered on the edge and arrive sealed in an air-tite capsule. A matching, serialized Certificate of Authenticity is included.
Strengthen your collection today with a 1 oz Silver Proof Hercules round.
The legend of Hercules will never fade when you own the 1 oz Silver Proof Hercules Round from Provident Metals. Each round has been struck with a mirror-like finish and has an extremely limited mintage of 1,000 pieces.
This is the first — and ONLY — silver proof piece to be released in the 12 Labors of Hercules series. Proof Hercules rounds will arrive in a custom display box with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Wearing the Nemean Lion as armor, Hercules faces left clutching his wooden club on the obverse. The reverse is inscribed with THE 12 LABORS OF HERCULES at the center, along with ONE TROY OZ, — roman numerals for .999 — and FINE SILVER.
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12 Labors of Hercules
Driven crazy by Hera, Hercules slew his family — only regretful after recovering his sanity. King Thespius purified the son of Zeus, but to atone for his crimes, he was sent to serve King Eurystheus.
Eurystheus ordered Hercules to execute 10 Labors, which were a series of tasks carried out as penance for his actions. Hercules successfully completed all 10, but because his nephew helped with one, and he planned to accept payment for another, Eurystheus forced Hercules to finish two more Labors alone.
Hercules’ Labors adhere to the traditional order of the Bibliotheca:Nemean Lion - Sept. 12, 2014 Lernaean Hydra - Oct. 12, 2014 Ceryneian Hind - Nov. 12, 2014 Erymanthian Boar - Dec. 12, 2014 Augean Stables - Jan. 12, 2015 Stymphalian Birds - Feb. 12, 2015 Cretan Bull - March 12, 2015 Mares of Diomedes - April 12, 2015 Girdle of Hippolyta - May 12, 2015 Cattle of Geryon - June 12, 2015 Apples of Hesperides - July 12, 2015 Cerberus - Aug. 12, 2015
|Composition||.999 Fine Silver|
|Coin Series||12 Labors of Hercules|