"LOUISIANA - 1812"

This timeless design notes Louisiana's admission into the union. Minted to compliment Martin's commemorative poster medallion, subtle differences distinguish this .999 fine silver coin. A fleur-de-lis with Louisiana's statehood year of "1812" in its band are surrounded by notable images of the state in striking detail: the pelican (state bird), an outline of Louisiana with an overlay of the state emblem, the magnolia (state flower), and the historic state capitol, with "LOUISIANA" in relief along the bottom rim.

Rich in value and steeped in history, this exquisite collector's coin will leave an impression for generations to come. Your silver coin comes packaged in a protective acrylic capsule. Add the optional sterling silver bezel to wear as an attention-getting necklace.

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"Louisiana - 1812" Commemorative .999 Fine Silver Coin
Commemorative Coin Options
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  • Minted in 1/4 oz. of .999 fine silver
  • 25 mm diameter (about 1")
  • Antique finish
  • Limited to 1,812 coins, each
    inscribed and numbered by Martin
  • Available with sterling
    silver bezel
(Please note that product images
are for representative purposes only
and do not reflect actual sizes.)

Coins come standard
in Acrylic Capsule

Coins available with Sterling Silver Bezel for necklace

Coins are inscribed and numbered with certificate

The ".999 Fine Silver" mint
mark appears on each coin

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