#13 - Georgia

Our 13 Colonies Monthly Collectible Series Card #7-13 features the colony of Georgia and contains .25 grams of .9999-fine gold. Made in the USA.

The front of the card displays the weight of the 999.9 fine gold bullion. The back of the card features a photo of George Walton who signed the Declaration of Independence, statistics about the founding of the colony, and a certification of the enclosed gold’s quality through the Jewelers Vigilance Alliance.

Stamped on front of the gold bar is the Noble Mint Eagle along with the denomination “.25 Grams Fine Gold.” The back is stamped with “In God We Trust.”
Manufacturer: Noble Mint
£25.00

Georgia was the last of the original thirteen colonies to be founded, gaining a corporate charter in 1732 under the leadership of General James Oglethorpe, who sought to create save haven for debtors in the New World. In addition to serving as a home for the debtors of England, the colony was also conceived as a ‘buffer state’ to insulate the rest of the English colonies against potential Spanish attack from Florida. After many difficulties, the colony was eventually granted a royal charter in 1755. Prior to the Revolutionary War, the populace of Georgia was split between Tories and Loyalists. But, in 1775 when violence broke out, radical Patriots took control of the provincial government and declared independence from England. The political situation was extremely disjointed in Georgia during the Revolutionary War. At one point, in 1778, the colony was host to two Whig governments in Augusta and one royal regime in Savannah. Georgia was the site of an English invasion in 1778 when the Northern front became a stalemate, but the Southern campaign was abandoned after the Battle of King’s Mountain in South Carolina. Much of the fighting in Georgia took place between Patriot forces and native Loyalist forces allied with English troops and Native Americans. Cherokee raids plagued the Georgia backcountry, led by the young leader Dragging Canoe. Skirmishes were common along the Georgian backcountry throughout the remainder of the war. Despite its strong Loyalist presence, Georgians readily ratified the Articles of Confederation and eventually the US Constitution in January of 1788, forming a unified state government.

The Colony of Georgia is celebrated in our 13 Colonies APN Gold Collectible Series. Containing 1/4 gram of .9999-fine gold and containing a serial number unique to you, this card offers you a secure and continent way to build your gold collection while preserving your American heritage.

This design ensures the quality of your Gold bullion and guarantees that your Gold bar comes to you in an unaltered, pristine condition! The accompanying card lists the weight and guaranteed purity of the Gold bar as well as providing background information on the featured colony, complete with interesting facts and anecdotes.

Monthly Subscription Auto-Bill Program

By purchasing this item you are buying a Monthly Subscription. This is an excellent and convenient way to build up your collection over time! Your billing information will be secured and used each month to purchase the new collectible monthly card inscribed your personal serial number. 

APN Gold will notify monthly subscribers via email each month 1 week prior to billing to describe the next series card. The approximate cost each month will be $25.00 per subscription.  You may cancel at any time by contacting us through our website.

Georgia was the last of the original thirteen colonies to be founded, gaining a corporate charter in 1732 under the leadership of General James Oglethorpe, who sought to create save haven for debtors in the New World. In addition to serving as a home for the debtors of England, the colony was also conceived as a ‘buffer state’ to insulate the rest of the English colonies against potential Spanish attack from Florida. After many difficulties, the colony was eventually granted a royal charter in 1755. Prior to the Revolutionary War, the populace of Georgia was split between Tories and Loyalists. But, in 1775 when violence broke out, radical Patriots took control of the provincial government and declared independence from England. The political situation was extremely disjointed in Georgia during the Revolutionary War. At one point, in 1778, the colony was host to two Whig governments in Augusta and one royal regime in Savannah. Georgia was the site of an English invasion in 1778 when the Northern front became a stalemate, but the Southern campaign was abandoned after the Battle of King’s Mountain in South Carolina. Much of the fighting in Georgia took place between Patriot forces and native Loyalist forces allied with English troops and Native Americans. Cherokee raids plagued the Georgia backcountry, led by the young leader Dragging Canoe. Skirmishes were common along the Georgian backcountry throughout the remainder of the war. Despite its strong Loyalist presence, Georgians readily ratified the Articles of Confederation and eventually the US Constitution in January of 1788, forming a unified state government.

The Colony of Georgia is celebrated in our 13 Colonies APN Gold Collectible Series. Containing 1/4 gram of .9999-fine gold and containing a serial number unique to you, this card offers you a secure and continent way to build your gold collection while preserving your American heritage.

This design ensures the quality of your Gold bullion and guarantees that your Gold bar comes to you in an unaltered, pristine condition! The accompanying card lists the weight and guaranteed purity of the Gold bar as well as providing background information on the featured colony, complete with interesting facts and anecdotes.

Monthly Subscription Auto-Bill Program

By purchasing this item you are buying a Monthly Subscription. This is an excellent and convenient way to build up your collection over time! Your billing information will be secured and used each month to purchase the new collectible monthly card inscribed your personal serial number. 

APN Gold will notify monthly subscribers via email each month 1 week prior to billing to describe the next series card. The approximate cost each month will be $25.00 per subscription.  You may cancel at any time by contacting us through our website.

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