2021 Silver Treasures of the United States: Indiana with Limestone 1oz Proof Coin

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2021 Silver Treasures of the United States: Indiana with Limestone 1oz Proof Coin

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2021 Silver Treasures of the United States Coin Series: Indiana with Encapsulated Limestone 1 Troy Ounce .999 Fine Silver Proof Coin in Black Presentation Box with Certificate of Authenticity (COA) and Informational Brochure

Follow the Treasures of the United States as this coin series features each state minted in alphabetical order. Each coin in this unique series contains a native piece of state pride and features incredible designs to honor each of the 50 states. Marvel at the unparalleled detail, find hidden illustrations of state culture, and learn many interesting facts about the states and their discoveries. All of the items inside the coins are natural items that are responsibly sourced. Contents vary in value and scarcity, but all are important elements for the state they represent. With a mintage of just 500, you can be sure about the rarity of this inspiring set as we walk through history around the nation and celebrate the 50 states like never before. As the 14th in the series, this coin features the state of Indiana with encapsulated Limestone. The design features include the following: State flag, State flower (Peony), State bird (Cardinal), Indianapolis Union Station (first union station in the world), Baseball player/mitt/ball(the first MLB game was hosted in Indiana), Steam train and Indy 500 race car.

Treasures of the United States: Indiana

From the days of wilderness explorers to the present, Indiana has served as the crossroads of America. Its physical location has destined the state to be a corridor for movement from north to south and east to west. For the French trappers and traders, Indiana was the link between Canada and Louisiana. The British took the area over in 1763 because of the state’s geographically strategic importance. After the American Revolution and the War of 1812, settlers continued to move through, arriving via the waterways and overland. By 1816 when Indiana gained statehood, 60,000 people had settled there. Then, prior to the Civil War, the railroad system flourished throughout the state and Indiana became a conduit to freedom in Canada for thousands of fleeing slaves. Indianapolis was the first city in the world to devise a union station in 1848.

Today, Indiana still claims to be the “Crossroads of America” per the official state motto. Indianapolis is the junction of interstate highways and serves as the base for many of America’s nine trucking lines. Combined with the state’s manufacturing and industrial base, Indiana’s transportation systems continue to keep America on the move.

The official state rock of Indiana is limestone. Common in architecture, it has been used to create countless buildings, famous landmarks (most notably the Empire State Building and the Pentagon), and infrastructure such as train stations.

With a tiny mintage of just 500, this 1 troy ounce .999 fine silver coin features the patented "moving parts within a coin" technology, embedded within the silver coin is Limestone, visible through a transparent capsule. This Treasures of the United States coin is struck in Proof quality and bears a denomination of $10 Legally authorized by the Mesa Grande Sovereign Nation.

Each Treasures of the United States Coin will arrive in the original protective plastic capsule in a black presentation/gift box along with a certificate of authenticity and an informational brochure.

Quality: Proof
Composition: .999 Fine Silver
Diameter: 39.6mm
Weight: 1 Ounce
Contents: Limestone
Mintage: 500
Issuing Country: Mesa Grande Sovereign Nation
Issue Year: 2021
Denomination: $10
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