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1 OZ .999 SILVER COIN

​FREYA

Introducing the third coin in a new series:  HEL, Goddess of Death, silver proof, mirror finish, one troy ounce coin.  The reverse design is VALKYRIE, Chooser of the Slain.  HEL is Coin Number Three in the Norse God Coin Series.

This exquisite coin features the artwork of world-renowned artist and illustrator, Howard David Johnson. His realistic illustrations are forever captured in .999 fine silver.

Mintage has been limited to 2000 rim-numbered silver medallion coins.  These coins have been struck at America's oldest private mint, Osborne Coinage.  To add dimension and detail, three dimensional sculpts have been crafted by master sculptor Luigi Badia to forge this coin.

HEL, Goddess of Death, is portrayed on the obverse of the coin surrounded by the dead.  In Norse mythology, Hel's parents were the trickster god Loki and the giantess Angerboda with whom he had three children.  The gods of Asgard were aware that these children were dwelling in the land of the giants, and they feared the woe and misfortune the offspring could bring.  Odin sent for the children.  The first was the Fenrir Wolf, the second was the Midgard Serpent and the third was Hel.  Hel's looks were stern, grim and downtrodden.  One half of her blue, the other half the hue of flesh.  Odin cast Hel into the lowest of places, Helheim/ Niflheim, where she was given power over the nine worlds.  Hel became the Goddess of the Underworld where she was to house those who died of sickness or old age.  The name of her hall was Eljudner.  Her table - famine.  Her knife - starvation.  Her threshold - stumbling block.  Her care - sickbed.  Hel did nothing to make her guests happy.  To be told to go to hell meant to go and die.  Hel's great mansion had surrounding walls of strange height with huge gates.  Chained to those gates was Garm, her howling hound.  Once in a while, Hel left the gate open, and the dead roamed the world to the horror of the living.

Condition Proof-Numbered on rim of coin-Signed matching number COA-Boxed
Material .999 Fine Silver
Product Year 2015-2016
Product Size 39 mm
Weight 1 troy oz / 31.1 gr

Introducing the fourth in a new series:  FREYA, Goddess of Love, silver proof, mirror finish, one troy ounce coin.  The reverse design is VALKYRIE, Chooser of the Slain.  FREYA is Coin Number Four in the Norse God Coin Series.

This exquisite coin features the artwork of world-renowned artist and illustrator, Howard David Johnson. His realistic illustrations are forever captured in .999 fine silver.

Mintage has been limited to 2000 rim-numbered silver medallion coins.  These coins have been struck at America's oldest private mint, Osborne Coinage.  To add dimension and detail, three dimensional sculpts have been crafted by master sculptor Luigi Badia to forge this coin.

FREYA, Goddess of Love, is portrayed on the obverse of the coin.  In Norse mythology Freya presides over love, beauty, sexuality, fertility, gold, war and death.  She is daughter of Njord and twin sister of Frey.  Freya rides in a chariot drawn by two cats.  She has also been known to ride a battle swine, Hildisvini, into war.  The cloak of falcon feathers she possesses enables her to shapeshift into a falcon. As leader of the Valkyries, Freya receives half of those who die in battle into her hall, Sessrymner, while the other half go to Odin in Valhalla.  To honor this beautiful, well-known goddess, a day of the week has been named after her - Friday.

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VALKYRIE, Chooser of the Slain, is portrayed on the coin reverse on each coin.  The Valkyrie were Odin's band of warrior maidens that rode through the sky on horseback watching over battles.  When men fought each other on the battlefield for land or riches, Odin and the Valkyrie would decide who would live and who would die.  The Valkyrie had winged helmets, and as they stormed through the clouds on their steeds, their swords glinted like lightening in the sky.  It is said the Valkyrie would be seen by a man in battle and he would know to fight with reckless fury until he himself fell.  The Valkyrie would throw him across her saddle and ride into the sky to Asgard.  They would bring their chosen to the afterlife hall in Valhalla.  Valhalla was Odin's great hall in Asgard where his army of fallen heroes lived out their days in glory - feasting, drinking and fighting.

1 OZ .999 SILVER COIN

​ODIN

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THE COMPLETE NORSE GOD COIN SET IS NOW AVAILABLE-EACH COIN COMES BOXED WITH COA

​ALL 5 COINS

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COA NUMBERS WILL VARY

Introducing the second coin in a new series:  THOR, God of Thunder, silver proof, mirror finish, one troy ounce coin.  The reverse design is VALKYRIE, Chooser of the Slain.  THOR is Coin Number Two in the Norse God Coin Series.

This exquisite coin features the artwork of world-renowned artist and illustrator, Howard David Johnson. His realistic illustrations are forever captured in .999 fine silver.

Mintage has been limited to 2000 rim-numbered silver medallion coins.  These coins have been struck at America's oldest private mint, Osborne Coinage.  To add dimension and detail, three dimensional sculpts have been crafted by master sculptor Luigi Badia to forge this coin.

THOR, God of Thunder, is portrayed on the obverse of the coin. In Norse mythology, Thor presides over thunder, lightening, wind, rain, fair weather and agricultural crops. Thor is the son of Odin and a beautiful giantess, Fjorgyn.  He is a large powerful man with a red beard and fierce eyes serving as protector of both gods and humans against the forces of evil.  Riding in a chariot pulled by goats, Tanngrisnir (Tooth-gap) and Tanngnjostr (Tooth-gnasher), Thor would wear a magical belt that would double his enormous strength and wield his hammer, Mjolnir, which he would hurl.  Mjolnir would hit its target and immediately return to Thor's hand.  The sound of thunder was created by Thor's chariot rolling across the sky while lightening flashed and bolted when Thor threw his hammer.  Thor rode across the sky crushing the skulls of frost giants and trolls with Mjolnir.

Second only to Odin, Thor was the most popular of the gods.  Hammer shaped amulets were worn by men to symbolize and worship Thor well into the era of the Christianization of Scandinavia.  To his honor, a day of the week has been named after him, Thor's Day, or Thursday.

1 OZ .999 SILVER COIN

​LOKI

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Introducing the fifth and final coin in a series: LOKI, God of Mischief, silver proof, mirror finish, one troy ounce coin. The reverse design is VALKYRIE, Chooser of the Slain. LOKI is Coin Number Five in the Norse God Coin Series.

This exquisite coin features the artwork of world-renowned artist and illustrator, Howard David Johnson. His realistic illustrations are forever captured in .999 fine silver.

Mintage has been limited to 2000 rim-numbered silver medallion coins.  These coins have been struck at America's oldest private mint, Osborne Coinage.  To add dimension and detail, three dimensional sculpts have been crafted by master sculptor Luigi Badia to forge this coin.

LOKI, God of Mischief, is portrayed on the obverse of the coin.  In Norse mythology, Loki was of the Jotun/Giant race - some say blood brother to Odin.  In appearance he was handsome, graceful and fair, yet his demeanor was cunning, deceitful and fickle-minded.  Loki was also a shapeshifter and mother to Odin's eight-legged steed Sleipnir.  He frequently caused chaos amongst the gods and then would make up for it by bringing them marvelous gifts such as Odin's spear and Thor's hammer.  Loki was responsible for the greatest misfortune to fall upon the gods, the death of Balder, God of Light.  This soured his relationship with the gods.  To hide from the gods, Loki shapeshifted into a salmon and took to the water.  After his capture, he was subjected to punishment, bound in a cave with venom dripping on him.  When the venom hits his face, he twists so violently that the whole earth shakes - or what we call earthquakes.


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The Norse God Coin Series is presented by Julie Lindquist, Series Creator, in conjunction with the Anonymous Mint.

THE NORSE GOD COIN SERIES

BEAUTIFUL ARTWORK FROM HOWARD DAVID JOHNSON

ONLY 2000 WILL BE MINTED OF EACH MODEL

1 TROY OUNCE MIRROR-FINISH SOLID .999 FINE INVESTMENT-GRADE SILVER MEDALLION

THIS 1 OZ .999 FINE SILVER COIN IS PROOF , THE COIN COMES BOXED-NUMBERED ON THE COIN RIM WITH MATCHING NUMBER SIGNED COA PAPERWORK

THE COA IS DOUBLE SIDED WITH THE  ARTWORK FROM HOWARD DAVID JOHNSON

THERE ARE ONLY 2000 OF THESE COINS TO BE MINTED-NUMBERING ON THE RIM OF THE COIN AND MATCHING NUMBER WILL SHOW ON THE COA PAPERWORK (EX. 250 OF 2000)

COA NUMBERS WILL VARY

THESE ARE PROOFS WITH A MIRROR FINISH   

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1 OZ .999 SILVER COIN

THOR

1 OZ .999 SILVER COIN

​HEL

Introducing the first in a new series:  ODIN, The All-Father, silver proof, mirror finish, one troy ounce coin.  The reverse design is VALKYRIE, Chooser of the Slain.  ODIN premiers the Norse God Coin Series.

This exquisite coin features the artwork of world-renowned artist and illustrator, Howard David Johnson. His realistic illustrations are forever captured in .999 fine silver.

Mintage has been limited to 2000 rim-numbered silver medallion coins.  These coins have been struck at America's oldest private mint, Osborne Coinage.  To add dimension and detail, three dimensional sculpts have been crafted by master sculptor Luigi Badia to forge this coin.

ODIN, The All-Father, is portrayed on the obverse of the coin.  In Norse mythology, Odin was the most important of the gods and ruler of Asgard, the land of gods. He was the eldest and father of the gods.  In his quest for wisdom, Odin sacrificed his right eye at Mimir's Well of Wisdom.  Odin is seen holding his spear, Gungnir, that never misses its mark.  He was often accompanied by his animal companions.  Each day his ravens Hugin and Munin would fly out over the world and return to Odin to report all that they had heard and seen.  Geri and Freki were Odin's wolves and are seen at his feet.  He was also known as Odin the Wanderer and would be seen in Midgard, the world of men, wearing a wide-brimmed hat, cloak and carrying a staff.