2 oz Silver Round - Deuce Head Four Skull
This 2 oz Deuce Head Four Skull Silver round symbol is often used for intimidation and as a means to strike fear in those who may face this image.
Contains 2 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- Obverse: Features a stylized skull incused with the Roman numeral “III” representing the relative size of the population.
- Reverse: Emblazoned, Ultra High Relief Intaglio Mint logo set on radial burst surrounded by stippled border reading “TWO TROY OUNCES” above and “.999 FINE SILVER” below, flanked by lightning bolts.
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Don’t Tread on Me is a very strong statement in the United States with very deep historical roots. The phrase was written under the image of a rattle snake and emblazoned on a yellow flag. This is known as the Gadsden flag and falls within the historical flags of America.
The symbolism in the flag partnered by the image holds deep meaning. Basically, the “Don’t Tread on Me” phrase combined with the snake ready to strike is a warning. This tells people not to step on or take advantage of the Americans or they will strike.
The use of the snake or more specifically the rattlesnake did not happen by chance. The fact is that the eastern diamondback rattlesnake and the timber rattlesnake were both fairly abundant within the colonies. In a satirical article, Benjamin Franklin suggested that the Americas send rattlesnakes to Britain as a response to their sending of convicted criminals to the colonies.