The Germania Mint features various historical important elements in the design of their first-ever 1 oz Silver bullion round release.
The Bicephalous Eagle (two-headed eagle) is a Roman mythology symbol associated with Janus - the god of all origins, guardian of doors, gates, passages and bridges, the patron of contracts and alliances. Heads facing the opposite direction symbolizing the past and the future.
The Shield Attribute of gods and heroes, symbol of truth, faithfulness and trust. A defensive part of the weaponry used by horse and foot formations from the Bronze Age through antiquity to the Middle Ages. It has accompanied the images of the greatest warriors.
The Laurel Wreath is a symbol and prize for victory in equal fight inseparably associated with success and outstanding achievements. In ancient Greece athletes were honored with it, while the Romans crowned the head of a victorious commander during his martial triumph.