Minting to Exceptional Standards

Created To The Highest Quality Standards

Each gold-layered silver ingot in The Saturday Evening Post Collection is meticulously crafted by the world's most skilled artists and minters.

Each ingot is then generously layered in 24-karat gold, then a precise colorized image of the classic Saturday Evening Post cover is expertly applied. Finally, each ingot is protectively lacquered to prevent tarnish and preserve its gleaming finish.The painstaking process starts with a steel minting die. When the craftsmen are satisfied that the master die is flawless, only then is it placed into a massive proofing press. Polished .999 fine silver blanks are carefully placed by hand into the press, where they are struck one at a time to create proof-like silver ingots.

The result is a collection of stunning ingots that exceeds even the highest standards of excellence and forever preserves the history and beauty of The Saturday Evening Post's most treasured covers. And your original subscription price is guaranteed for the duration of the collection, no matter how high silver and gold may rise.