The Liberty Bell is supposed to have cracked the first time it was rung, and was subsequently re-cast twice. The bell can be found today in the Liberty Bell Center in Independence National Historic Park in Philadelphia. The reverse of this round displays a heraldic eagle holding arrows and a branch in its claws, with a shield upon its chest. This innovative silver round is produced by Silvertowne, one of the best known and most prolific private refiners in the U.S. The design is inset on the obverse, which creates a slight lip on the reverse allowing the rounds to be securely stacked.
ABOUT THE SILVERTOWNE MINT
The SilverTowne Mint has become well known for producing high quality, affordable, bullion products with exceptional purity standards. SilverTowne specializes in custom minting and offers a wide range of designs. Originally starting as a small antique and coin shop, SilverTowne has grown to become one of the largest private mints in North America.