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#3 The Shield - The Destiny Series

#3 The Shield - The Destiny Series

The Destiny Coin Series is proud to release "The Shield" The Knight holds his shield firm and steady as he reads "Audentes Fortuna Iuvat" - Fortunes favors the bold. He reminds himself to be brave, valiant and ready. He has long trained, endured and prepared for this moment. "The Shield" is his life, not only does it represent his ability to protect himself from constant bombardment but it grants him decisive opportunities to strike. It's not luck that keeps him alive; it’s by making the right choices at the right time. Through his actions he chooses to triumph as he...

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#2 Destiny Series "The Dragon"

The Destiny Coin Series is proud to release the 2nd coin in the series "The Dragon."The Dragon symbolizes our daily eternal and internal struggles. The Dragon is weathered, smart, poised and he smells your fear. The Dragon reminds us to remain steadfast, unyielding and to never surrender. "Vincit Que Se Vincit" meaning "He Conquers Who Conquers Himself.""Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of choice."First Strike Dragon Sets are now available2 oz .999 Fine Silver Rounds will be available in Proof, Antique and Brilliant Uncirculated.    

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A great review on our "BU" from "College Silverstacker"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIYRXT97Ml8

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About the Artist

Roger Loveless has illustrated professionally for many years on a national basis with representation in New York and Los Angeles. He has enjoyed working with a healthy assortment of clients from the entertainment industry, publishing, advertising, and just about everyone in between, including Dungeons and Dragons (Wizards of the Coast), Milton Bradley, Nickelodeon, and Paramount Studios- just to name a few. However, this is his first of many "Destiny Series" coin designs that have been added to his arsenal of a talents. Roger loves the challenge of solving illustrative assignments in any medium and in any style, while working with...

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The Story Behind the "Destiny Series" Coin

In October, 1588, the ship San Juan De Sicilia landed in Tobermory Bay, on the Isle of Mull, Scotland.  The ship was a unit belonging to the Squadron of Levant of the Spanish Armada.  The Spanish ship was heavily damaged by English ships and the crew was short of water. The captain arrogantly demanded aid from the locals.  Local chieftain, Lachlan MacLean of Duart and the Spanish captain negotiated for supplies.  The deal was that the captain could have as much food as he liked but he must pay for it in gold.  MacLean came to his aid with the...

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