SERPENT OF MILAN HALF OUNCE (2020, Scottsdale Mint)
SERPENT OF MILAN HALF-OUNCER (SCOTTSDALE MINT)
A new bullion coin series from Scottsdale Mint, a producer known for its varied and widespread selection, Serpent of Milan was an interesting idea. Based on a centuries old emblem from the Italian city-state, the Biscione depicts a serpent eating a human child. It’s currently still used by the top tier football team, Inter Milan and by the car maker, Alfa Romeo.
The debut of this design at the beginning of the year comprised a trio of one-ounce coins issued for Samoa. One of the silver pair was a standard brilliant uncirculated finish, the other antiqued, while a gold coin rounded out the range. Now, the half-ounce silver coins join the bigger ones and the same two finishes are on offer, although no gold this time. The antique variant has a 2,000 mintage, while the more traditional looker tops out at 15,000 pieces. Both are available now.
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