1 oz Copper World of Dragons Series The Egyptian Round
The obverse side of 1 oz Copper World of Dragons Series The Egyptian Round comes with the image of a powerful dragon guarding a series of Ancient Egyptian pyramids. The dragon has a long, snaking body that is covered to the tip of the tail with armored scales. The dragons head has an armored headdress akin to the type of decorate headwear Ancient Egyptian pharaohs would wear.
On the reverse of the 1 oz Copper World of Dragons Series The Egyptian Round, you will find the common design element present throughout this series. The large dragons eye stares directly at you as it fills up the entire design field. World of Dragons is inscribed above, with One Ounce .999 Fine Copper inscribed below.
Ancient Egypt is home to somewhere between 118 and 138 pyramids. Most of these were built during the Old and Middle Kingdom periods of time, with the earliest known pyramids located in Saqqara to the northwest of Memphis. The earliest known pyramid is that of Djoser built between 2630 BC and 2610. The famed Pyramid of Khufu at Giza is the only remaining wonder in existence listed among the Seven Wonders of the Ancient
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|Producer||Golden State Mint|
|Product Series||World of Dragons|
1 AVDP Ounce