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Coins | 12.12.2016

A Holiday tradition that will last a lifetime...

Give Them The Gift Of Silver in a Christmas Coin...
Throughout the years there have always been an assortment of holiday traditions. From leaving cookies for Santa, watching a favorite holiday movie, caroling or tree trimming before reading “The Night Before Christmas” and waiting for jolly ole Saint Nick to slide down the chimney. The holiday season is also a wonderful time to build lifelong memories with family. These traditions can help you bond and reconnect with loved ones, friends, and neighbors. This holiday season, you can start a new tradition that begins with your personal touch, something that is meaningful and can be shared with future generations… Holiday Silver Rounds. These holiday collector coins feature fun and festive designs that will be remembered for years to come and an investment that will be cherished and enjoyed for a lifetime. These precious Christmas silver products are .999 pure silver and great as a stocking stuffer, an ornament for your Christmas tree, or a thoughtful and long-lasting hostess gift. And the best part is, each year there are new designs to share.

Let’s take a look at some of the 2016 designs available.

2016 Silver Snowman Coin

Snowman Round

2016 Holiday 1 oz. Silver Coin On the front is an adorable patriotic snowman wrapped in a winter scarf saluting the Christmas Tree Star as a puppy looks on keeping him company. The words "Merry Christmas 2016" is etched below the duo. The back is stamped with the round's weight and purity. There is room left for a possible engraving to customize your gift and commemorate the year.

Happy Holidays Round 

2016 Holiday 1 oz. Silver Coin Christened the Christmas bird for its spectacular red color, the cardinal has become a symbol of the beauty and warmth of the holiday season. On this silver holiday Round, a solitary cardinal sits on a festive sign adorned with a ribbon and all the holiday trimmings to make the perfect keepsake for young and old alike.
2016 Silver Happy Holidays Coin

2016 Silver Classic Santa Coin

Classic Santa Round

2016 Holiday 1 oz. Silver Coin This classic Santa Claus reminiscent of the 1930, artist Fred Mizen department-store Santa, shows a big Christmas smile that breaks up his snow white beard as he waves to all the good little boys and girls. Santa's close-up view on this silver round features the fur cap and his snowy beard. This depiction of Santa offers both comfort and nostalgia.

Baby’s First Christmas

2016 Holiday 1 oz. Silver Coin If this Christmas is extra special this year because it’s a child's first Christmas, this whimsical reindeer in a Santa cap is the perfect way to say Happy holiday. It’s also the perfect opportunity to start a holiday tradition by giving a festive piece of silver every year as a gift. This holiday round even features the words "Baby's First Christmas," to mark this memorable occasion.

2016 Silver Baby's First Christmas Coin

2016 Silver Angel over Jesus Coin

Angel Looking over baby Jesus in Manger

2016 Holiday 1 oz. Silver Coin A stunning illustration of an angel looking over the baby Jesus in the manger helps us remember the true meaning of Christmas as it’s etched into this commemorative keepsake coin. A perfect gift or stocking stuffer!

These 2016 Christmas silver rounds are the perfect way for families to create a new holiday tradition while creating a keepsake to help celebrate your holiday season for years to come! At U.S. Coins and Jewelry, we carry 5 of these lovely festive Christmas designs. They all come with their own Air tites to keep them pristine, plus at only $25 per round, it’s a gift that will make valuable memories last for generations, not to mention it’s the perfect way to start a new Holiday tradition!

If you are interested in buying 2016 holiday 1oz. Silver Coins, U.S. Coins and Jewelry can help. Contact us at (713) 597-6367 or fill in our contact form.

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