10 New Hampshire Goldback Aurum Gold Note

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Hero Bullion offers a wide range of different ways for collectors to invest in gold and silver bullion. The brand new series of New Hampshire Goldback Aurum Gold Notes are a revolutionary way to buy small increments of pure gold.

 

These gold notes also come with the added benefit of allowing consumers to participate in a growing alternative economy that accepts these notes. For people who are unsure of the future of the global fiat currency economy, Golbacks are a way to invest in the future of gold currency while also building their personal reserves of pure gold. 

 

Goldbacks make it simple to determine the value of a given piece. A single Goldback will always contain the same amount of .9999 pure gold: 1/1000 of a Troy Ounce. This means that 5 Goldbacks will be minted with 1/200 Troy Ounces. Therefore, Hero Bullion’s 10 New Hampshire Goldback Aurum Gold Note is made with 1/100 of an ounce of fine gold.

 

It is important to note that it’s almost impossible to buy gold in such a small amount outside of Goldbacks. Additionally, you can spend a Goldback at any participating establishment in New Hampshire, Utah, and Nevada.

 

The same cannot be said for gold bars and gold coins! Hero Bullion is proud to offer consumers the 10 New Hampshire Goldback Aurum Gold Note. 

 

Key Features: 

  • .9999 pure gold– 1/100 Troy Ounce. 
  • Usable in three states.
  • Obverse Depiction: Prospicientia sits atop a cannon as a whale and lighthouse sit in the background. 
  • Reverse: A unique security feature in the form of a negative of the obverse depiction. 

 

One unique aspect of this Goldback’s design is the security feature which decorates the reverse. Here, the main deterrent to fraud is a negative rendition of the front-side illustration. There’s a kind of artistic appeal to looking at the negative of this image, but its main virtue is the role it plays in preventing counterfeiters from illegally manufacturing fake Goldbacks.

 

Because so many Goldback buyers are interested in avoiding the inflationary risk of the fiat economy, this Goldback security feature is an important addition.  But for lovers of intricate designs, there’s something really special about the obverse of the 10 New Hampshire Goldback Aurum Gold Note.

 

Like the rest of the gold notes in this series, this piece centers a feminine personification of one of the classic virtues. The focus here is Prospicientia, also known as Foresight. Her position atop a cannon symbolizes the virtue she represents. From a military perspective, the cannon is the ultimate symbol of planning and foresight. The shining lighthouse behind Foresight invokes similar feelings; a lighthouse requires planning and foresight to successfully steer ships away from rough coastline waters. 

 

It’s hard to list the many reasons why more and more bullion buyers are expressing interest in Goldbacks. These brilliantly designed pieces of gold bullion history allow buyers to invest in small increments of gold, and their depictions provide valuable insight into the virtues and values central to New Hampshire’s vibrant culture.

Mint

Aurum

Precious Metal

Gold

Series

New Hampshire Goldbacks

Metal Content

0.01 Troy Ounces

Purity

.999 Fine

Denomination

10 New Hampshire Goldbacks

Condition

New

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  • Can you deliver my order to a PO Box?

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