10 oz Fleur-de-Lis Silver Bars – Fifty (50) bars = 500 troy oz total
New from Fleur de Lis Bullion, Vault Wholesale is proud to offer our clients these .999 fine USA-made ten oz fine silver bars.
About Fleur de Lis Bullion:
Every Fleur de Lis Bullion silver bar is made by hand in the United States under strict quality control standards and only with the finest raw material. The result is an ISO 9001:2015 certified product that you can trust. The bars are .999 pure silver and the weight stamped on the bar.
10 oz Fleur de Lis silver bars specifications:
Silver Content: 10 troy oz (500 oz total for fifty bars)
Manufacturer: Fleur de Lis Bullion
Obverse: Fleur de Lis hallmark and logo, weight, purity, ISO certification stamp
Reverse – Blank casting
For our ten bar listing (100 oz total), please click HERE
The fleur-de-lis is a lily (in French, fleur and lis mean ‘flower’ and ‘lily’ respectively) that is used as a decorative design or symbol.
The fleur-de-lis has been used in the heraldry of numerous European nations, but is particularly associated with France, notably during its monarchical period. The fleur-de-lis became “at one and the same time, religious, political, dynastic, artistic, emblematic, and symbolic,” especially in French heraldry. The fleur-de-lis has been used by French royalty and throughout history to represent saints of France. In particular, the Virgin Mary and Saint Joseph are often depicted with a lily.
In the North America, their presence on flags and coats of arms usually recalls the involvement of French settlers in the history of the town or region concerned, and in some cases the persisting presence there of a population descended from such settlers.
In the US, the fleur-de-lis symbols tend to be along or near the Mississippi and Missouri rivers. These are areas of strong French colonial empire settlement. Some of the places that have it in their flag or seal are the cities of Baton Rouge, Detroit, Lafayette, Louisville, Mobile, New Orleans, Ocean Springs and St. Louis. Since 2008, the fleur-de-lis an official symbol of the state of Louisiana. The coat of arms of St. Augustine, Florida has a fleur-de-lis on the first quarter, due to its connection with Huguenots. Several counties have flags and seals based on pre-1801 British royal arms also includes fleur-de-lis symbols. It has also become the symbol for the identity of the Cajuns and Louisiana Creole people, and their French heritage.