JM Bullion is thrilled to present a new proof coin in commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the Roswell crash! This silver specimen includes images of a space alien and flying saucer at the crash site in 1947. This is a perfect collectible for those fascinated by the Roswell Incident and for UFO enthusiasts in general. Today, 2022 1 oz Proof Niue Silver 75th Anniversary Roswell Flying Saucer Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you in presentation packaging!
- Celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Roswell crash!
- Limited mintage of only 750 pieces!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .9999 pure silver.
- Legal tender specimen backed by the Niue Island.
- Queen Elizabeth II is shown on the obverse design.
- An alien and a flying saucer feature on the reverse.
- Proof visuals.
William “Mack” Brazel was inspecting his sheep pasture one day in the summer of 1947 when he came upon some highly unusual debris. This included rubber strips, tin foil, and broken wood beams. Brazel drove to Roswell, which was about 75 miles away, and reported his findings to Sheriff Wilcox. The sheriff then passed the information along to the Roswell Army Airfield, where intelligence officers declared the debris to be part of a flying disc. This was on July 8th, 1947. The next day, they refracted their statement and said the debris belonged to a simple weather balloon. This opened the floodgates for conspiracy theories, which continue to be debated by UFO fans to this day.
These 2022 1 oz Niue Silver 75th Anniversary Roswell Flying Saucer Coins have been struck in .9999 pure silver and include a stunning proof finish. You will see upon inspection that the devices have a frosty appearance, while the background has a polished, mirror-like quality. For protection, each coin is shipped inside a themed presentation box.
On the obverse side of 2022 1 oz Proof Silver 75th Anniversary Roswell Flying Saucer Coins you will find a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. In this effigy, Her Majesty is wearing the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara and is shown in right-profile relief. Please note that the initials on the obverse belong to Ian Rank-Broadley, who designed the portrait in 1998.
The reverse of 2022 Niue Silver 75th Anniversary Roswell Flying Saucer Coin shows a depiction of a space alien and a crashed flying saucer. This is an interpretive version of what possibly happened at the crash site 75 years ago. Inscriptions read Roswell New Mexico, 1947.
If you have any questions about these 1 oz silver coins, please feel free to ask. JM Bullion customer service is available at 800-276-6508, online using our live chat, and via our email address.