The Tonatiuh Aztec Sun God 1 oz Silver Round celebrates the Aztec culture with this simplified image of Tonatiuh, the Aztec Sun god on the obverse. The sun god was key to the Aztecs as they thought it was he that ruled the sky during the day and fought against the forces of darkness. This coin looks great in .999 fine silver.
- Made of 1 Troy oz. .999 fine silver
- Obverse has an image of the Aztec Sun God, Tonatiuh
- Reverse has the MK Marz Mint Mark, Weight and purity on with a stylized pattern background
Silver is seen as a haven to hedge investments against inflation. It is used in a variety of industrial products which affects its worth and outlook. It is cheaper than gold but is thinly traded which makes it more volatile and liquid. Depending on your investment goals, silver may be the right fit for you.
On the obverse is a simple image of Tonatiuh, the Aztec god of the sun. The Aztecs believed the sun god needed to feed on the hearts of people sacrificed to him so that he had the energy to rule the day and fight the forces of darkness at night. On this round is a simplified image of his face. He has staring eyes and his tongue is sticking out reminiscent of the Kiwi warriors who stick out their tongue and make a wild face to scare their enemies.
The reverse side has the MKMarz Mint Mark with its skull and crossbones in the middle with a stylized pattern around it. At the top edge is ‘.999 SILVER’. At the bottom edge is ‘ONE OZT’.
The Tonatiuh Aztec Sun God 1 oz Silver Round would be a fine addition to your collection. Now is a great time to buy.