There are many things that you expect to either bring to a Thanksgiving dinner or hope that guests will bring to the feast that you’re hosting. From turkey and stuffing to mashed potatoes, cranberries, green bean casserole, and pumpkin pie, there’s no shortage of items that come together to make Thanksgiving memorable. What if you added the gift of silver to your Thanksgiving routine? If you enjoy themed silver or want to add small gifts to your repertoire, Provident Metals has you covered with Thanksgiving silver available in 2022.
Bar or Round? Your Choice!
SilverTowne is America’s leading private minting company and its custom designs are famous among collectors and investors. Some of its most popular items each year are the custom holiday designs it creates for Halloween, Christmas, Hanukkah, and yes, Thanksgiving. Celebrate your feast in style this year with Thanksgiving 1 oz silver items.
Whether you’re interested in bars or rounds, we’ve got you covered with the Thanksgiving 1 oz Silver Round and the Happy Thanksgiving 1 oz Silver Bar from SilverTowne. The silver round has a close-up view of a bushel of apples surrounded by ears of corn and pumpkins on its obverse. The Happy Thanksgiving bar comes with a large wheat stalk, various pumpkins and gourds, corn, and its own bushel of apples. The bar also has the engraving of HAPPY THANKSGIVING on its obverse.
Both bars have blank reverse fields with the center-left clear for custom engraving when these products are ordered directly from the mint. However, both do have a decorative reverse border with inscriptions of ONE TROY OUNCE .999 FINE SILVER.
Both the silver round and the silver bar are struck in 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver. The bars and rounds are packaged individually in plastic flips. Multiples for both are available in protective tubes of 20 or boxes of 500. In both cases, the box holds 25 tubes of 20 items each.
History of Thanksgiving
Modern Thanksgiving celebrations in North America, Canada, and the United States, in particular, are rooted in English traditions established during the English Reformation and the reign of King Henry VIII. It became commonplace during this era to celebrate a successful harvest with church services giving thanks to God for the bounty and feasts to celebrate plentiful supplies. When English settlers came to the New World, tradition came with them.
It is said that the first Thanksgiving celebrated in what is now Canada occurred in the late 16th century during a voyage to find the Northwest Passage. In what is now the United States, the residents of the Plymouth Colony celebrated their first Thanksgiving in 1621 by sharing a meal with the local indigenous tribe that had shown them how to successfully grow crops in the New World.
Put Some Silver in Your Thanksgiving with Provident Metals
These Thanksgiving silver items are available only for a limited time, so now’s the best time to shop at Provident Metals. You can call us at 800-313-3315, chat with us live online, or email us directly. Remember to follow us on social media for additional looks at our new and upcoming products.
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