The design on the obverse of the coin symbolizes the Coast Guard. The design is modelled after a Coast Guard uniform button. In the center of the round is an upright anchor with an open-winged eagle perched at the top. A rope winds its way down the anchor. From the bottom center of the round, leaved branches curve upwards. The outer perimeter is encircled in roping. The United States Coast Guard is one of the five branches of the United States Armed Forces. The Coast Guard is unique in that it has a mission of maritime law enforcement with jurisdiction in both domestic and international waters. The Coast Guard’s functions are in maritime homeland security, maritime law enforcement, search and rescue, maritime environmental protection and the maintenance of aids to navigation on the Intracoastal Waterway, rivers and offshore.
THE FIRST COIN OF THE CONVEX SERIES SYMBOLIZES THE MARINES. Modelled after a Marines uniform military button, the design depicts a bald eagle with open wings grasping an anchor in its talons while holding the anchor’s rope in its beak. Encircling the eagle are 13 stars symbolizing the original states. The United States Marine Corps is one of the five branches of the United States Armed Forces. Filling a vital role in national security, the Marines act as an amphibious, expeditionary, air-ground combined arms task force, having the capability of forcible entry from air, land and sea.
Modelled after a Navy uniform button, the design depicts an open-winged bald eagle with its head looking upwards and to the side. A horizontally positioned anchor in the lower portion is clutched by the eagle’s talons, and below the anchor are three cannonballs. The majestic eagle is encircled by 13 stars symbolizing the original states with an additional border of roping. The United States Navy is one of the five branches of the United States Armed Forces. The Navy is a seaborne branch of the United States military whose functions comprise of sea control, power projection, nuclear deterrence and sealift duties. The Navy’s mission is to maintain, train and equip combat-ready naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression and maintaining freedom of the seas.
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Modelled after an Air Force uniform button, the design depicts a large star containing a circle in the center. A pair of open wings emanate from the star. The background presents a stippled effect. The United States Air Force is one of the five branches of the United States Armed Forces. The mission of the Air Force as assigned in 1947 is to be organized, trained, and equipped primarily for prompt and sustained offensive and defensive air operations. The Air Force shall be responsible for the preparation of the air forces necessary for the effective prosecution of war except as otherwise assigned and, in accordance with integrated joint mobilization plans, for the expansion of the peacetime components of the Air Force to meet the needs of war. Today’s mission of the Air Force is to fly, fight, and win in air, space, and cyberspace.
ANONYMOUS MINT PROUDLY PRESENTS A NEW FIVE-COIN CONVEX SERIES, THE ARMED FORCES CONVEX COIN SERIES.
ANONYMOUS MINT HAS MADE A DONATION TO THE WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT FROM THE PROCEEDS OF THIS SERIES
THE SERIES PAYS TRIBUTE TO THE FIVE BRANCHES OF THE ARMED FORCES: MARINES,NAVY,AIR FORCE,COAST GUARD AND ARMY.
THIS UNIQUELY RARE LIMITED CONVEX EDITION SERIES IS BEING STRUCK AT OSBORNE COINAGE, AMERICA'S OLDEST PRIVATE MINT
THE CONVEX STRIKE GIVES THE COIN A OUTWARD ROUNDED/CURVED SURFACE
EACH DESIGN IS EXTREMELY LIMITED TO 1000 EACH STRUCK ON ONE OUNCE .999 INVESTMENT GRADE FINE SILVER, AND COMES WITH A NUMBERED TWO SIDED CERTIFICATE
NOTE-THERE WAS A ERROR IN THE CERTIFICATES IT SHOWS UP TO 3000 MINTED BUT ONLY 1000 PER MODEL WILL BE MINTED MAKING THESE VERY COLLECTIBLE AND ARE SURE TO SELLOUT SOON
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United States Armed Forces titles the reverse of the series and features the design of the Great Seal. The Great Seal is used officially on documents such as military insignias, passports, and since 1935, appears on the back of the one dollar bill. The Great Seal also appears on many flags. The design is best described as the coat of arms of the United States of America. Supporting the shield is the bald eagle displayed with outstretched wings. The eagle holds a bundle of 13 arrows in its left talon (signifying 13 original states) while an olive branch is grasped in its right talon. Together these signify that the United States has a strong desire for peace, but will always be ready for war. The eagle’s head is turned toward the olive branch symbolizing a preference for peace. Held in the eagle’s beak is a scroll with the motto E pluribus unum (“Out of Many, One). Above the eagle’s head is a glory/halo containing 13 stars.
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The design on the obverse of the coin symbolizes the Army and is modelled after the Department of the Army emblem. The round displays a central piece of armor from which an upright sword emanates with a liberty cap atop the point of the sword. A half-pike and a fixed-bayonet musket are on either side of the sword. Above the liberty cap is a rattlesnake with a scroll inscribed “This We’ll Defend”. To the left side of the armor is an early American flag, drum, cannon barrel and three cannon balls. To the right side of the armor is the Department of Army flag, mortar and two bomb shells. The Army was established in 1775. The United States Army is the largest and oldest branch of the United States Armed Forces. The Army preserves peace and security while providing for the defense of the United States through land-based military operations.
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