The Scottsdale Mint 1oz Omnia Silver Round features a cob-era cross. Inscripted upon the reverse of the coin is ‘In omnia paratus’. This Latin phrase translates to ‘Prepared for all things’. Details of the weight and fineness also appear. The reverse of the round features the illustrious Scottsdale lion.
Spanish minted cob coins were widely circulated throughout the 16th-18th centuries and are remembered for their crude, hand-struck and hand-trimmed production style. They were the original gold and silver rounds and were referred to by many (most famously pirates) as “pieces of eight” or “doubloons”. The Omnia 1 oz silver bullion round is a tribute to the classic design. Instead of being hand-struck like the originals.
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