Pure silver stamped into a coin shape and stored in their original plastic container in a dresser drawer for the past 30 years. These two silver rounds or trade coins have been untouched until their recent photo sessions. Believed given as tokens to truck drivers who hauled to and from U.S. silver mines most likely in Nevada. Brilliant to see in reality. Difficult to photograph to show their pristine quality. This lady wears a crown marked “Liberty” with sprigs in her hair. On the reverse is a balance scale. Plainly marked 1 troy ounce. .999 fine silver with “e pluribus unum” on one side. Reeded edges are still rough to touch. Measure 1-1/2 inches.