Silver bar Isla de La Palma, designed by SilverGold Patrimonio and minted with 1 ounce of silver by Sempsa in 2021.
The eruption of the volcano on La Palma is a natural phenomenon that has caused hundreds of losses among the inhabitants of the island. It is essential that, especially at this time of the year, citizens help those who have lost everything due to an event that no one expected and that has caused the loss of animals, land, houses and paralysed the lives of those who live there.
To help them, SilverGold Patrimonio has created a unique silver bar, the proceeds of which will go entirely to the associations that are dedicated to helping those who need it most on the island.
The design is quite striking. On the cross, we see a simple structure, with two edges, one with a darker flat colour and the other lighter with the description of the coin's characteristics and its name, and the inner part, into which the design is inserted. In the middle of the coin we find the cartographic figure of the island of La Palma, and in the lower part we can see the location of the volcano and where it is growing as it reaches the sea. At the top, a series of straight lines converge in the centre, giving the impression that they are rays of sunlight.
The face is also very original. In the centre, we find a circumference with the SilverGold Patrimonio logo on the left, the Sempsa JP logo on the right and around it, several dots in relief and perspective give the sensation of a globe, delimited by a series of small rectangles.
The silver bar from the island of La Palma has been minted by SilverGold Patrimonio and Sempsa with 1 ounce of silver of 99.999% purity, has a diameter of 40.00 millimetres and a thickness of 2.38 millimetres. Get yours and help those who need it most!