Osborne Mint


The Fight for Freedom's Sake

Because Freedom is Worth Fighting For!

Americans always fight for freedom

Americans Will Always Fight for Liberty

When the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, the United States was thrown into conflict – a conflict we didn’t ask for, but met with the full might of the USA and its citizens.  Artists contributed their talents making war posters extolling the virtue of volunteering for the armed forces and reminding the populace to stay alert, conserve resources and support the war effort. This collection features some of the most popular war posters on an oversized ingot, allowing the true impact of the message to shine on this larger .999 fine silver “canvas”.

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The First in a Collection of 4


1st Release

The brilliantly colored minutemen from 1778 stand in the background, silently supporting their 1943 brothers-at-arms. Fighting for our freedom, immortalized on a 2 ounce, .999 fine silver "canvas".  

The Common Reverse

The common reverse shows the grittiness of the fight with soldiers advancing through gunfire and smoke while flanked by tanks and aircraft.

The approximate dimensions of the limited edition, 2 troy ounce ingot are 2.50" x 1.70".  Only 2,500 of each design will be minted. Each ingot is individually numbered, packed in a custom-fitted capsule and has a corresponding certificate of authenticity.