1 OZ SILVER COIN ENEMY UNKNOWN SBSS *PROOF # ON RIM* SILVER BULLET SILVER SHIELD

1 TROY OUNCE .999 FINE SILVER

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1 OZ .999 SILVER COIN PROOF *ENEMY UNKNOWN*

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All PF medallions are NEVER exposed to direct human contact during the production process. Because of the added care that goes into producing a Proof, each medallion is INDIVIDUALLY NUMBERED to commemorate the design and let you know which medallion you receive in the production process. The lower the numbers, the HIGHER the minted quality! Also, because of the added value of the Proof medallions, EVERY medallion automatically comes packaged in an Air-Tite AND Blue Vevlet Display Box that will help preserve the beauty and quality of your PF medallions and allow you to show them off to your friends and family!

Design Daniel Williams Sculptor Luigi Badia Metal & Purity .999+ Fine Silver (Ag) Weight 1 Troy Ounce / 31.1 grams Product Year 2013 Diameter 39mm / 1.526″ Finish Proof Mirror, no visible blemishes

The Enemy Unknown medallion takes inspiration from the Saint Gaudens double eagle, to remind us of how a perceived ally may reveal itself to be our greatest foe. Lady

The dead olive tree is the remains of the healthy olive branch in the figures hand, the consequence of using an offer of peace as a bargaining chip or a false premise, rather than as a core principle. The vultures circling are representative of the only creatures who prosper in situations where trust is broken. One enterprising vulture follows the figure closely, ready to swoop in on the next unfortunate victim.

Whether it’s a friend, a business partner, or even a family member, the greatest enemies we face are not met on an open battlefield in honest combat, but around the hearth fire. The enemy we meet in battle can be met with honor, our weapons and intellect against theirs. The more dangerous enemy is the enemy unknown. We invited them into our ranks, we shared our home and hearth. Like Brutus to Caesar, Judas to Jesus, Benedict Arnold to the American Forces, our best friends can become our most dangerous enemies as we welcome them closer, into the range of a dagger

To these enemies we say,

"We see you. Meet us in open combat if you dare."

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