The 1 oz Stacking Across America Wyoming License Plate Silver Bar is a remarkable tribute to the rich history of license plates in the United States, particularly highlighting Wyoming’s unique design. This collectible item not only serves as a precious metal investment but also as a piece of Americana, capturing the essence of Wyoming’s heritage and the evolution of license plates since the early 20th century.
- Part of the exclusive Stackin’ Across America Series.
- Limited mintage of only 1,000 bars per state.
- Composed of 1 Troy ounce of .999 pure silver.
- The obverse showcases the Wyoming license plate design.
- The reverse features a dynamic American flag and the series name.
- Presented in individual protective capsules.
- Utilizes full-color spectrum through advanced UV printing technology.
The history of license plates in America, which dates back to the early 1900s, is intricately linked with this series. Wyoming, following the nationwide trend, started issuing its own plates in 1913. The current design, adopted in 2016, features the picturesque Green River Lakes and Squaretop Mountain, along with the iconic Bucking Horse and Rider symbol, a staple since 1936. This bar not only represents a piece of Wyoming’s history but also the broader story of license plates across America.
The design of the bar is split into two distinct halves. On the obverse side, the Wyoming license plate is vividly depicted, showcasing the state’s natural beauty and its famous Bucking Horse and Rider symbol. The reverse side of the bar displays a beautifully rendered American flag, symbolizing national pride, with the series name elegantly inscribed. This design choice not only enhances the bar’s aesthetic appeal but also its significance as a collector’s item.
Embrace a piece of Wyoming’s soul and America’s journey with the 1 oz Stacking Across America Wyoming License Plate Silver Bar. This limited-edition treasure melds the allure of pure silver with a vibrant slice of history, encapsulated in a design that speaks volumes of both state pride and national heritage. It’s not just an investment in silver; it’s a vivid narrative in metal, waiting to be added to your collection.