1977 MADAME PELE WITH THE HAWAIIAN MINT - COPPER/ANTIQUED
According to old Hawaiian legends, Pele came to the Island of Hawaii - a giant land - to live in peace of fiery outbursts. "Pele" came to mean the Goddess of Fire, a volcano, or any lava eruption. Pele was often pictured as a strange woman with a warm heart and a fiery temper. She is the virulent woman of flame - the symbol of youth, beauty and lore. One who's lava intervened to help Kamehameha in one of his many battles to unite The Hawaiian Islands. In recent times, Madame Pele - the world's most active volcano goddess - has erupted in the Kilauea Volcano and snow-capped Mauna Loa, the world's largest volcano.
Obverse: Portrait, MADAME PELE, GODDESS OF FIRE, HAWAII Reverse: THE HAWAIIAN MINT, $ Packaged in tamper proof capsule in box with "ROYAL HAWAIIAN SILVER" printed on outer box with Certificate of Authenticity. Limited Edition. Mintage: 1395
|Quality||Brilliant Uncirculated -BU|
|Obverse||Portrait, MADAME PELE, GODDESS OF FIRE, HAWAII|
|Reverse||THE HAWAIIAN MINT, $|
|Packaging||Packaged in tamper proof capsule in box with "ROYAL HAWAIIAN SILVER" printed on outer box with Certificate of Authenticity. Limited Edition|