State of Nevada LEGALIZED Coin
State of Nevada LEGALIZED Coin
State of Nevada LEGALIZED Coin

State of Nevada LEGALIZED Coin

Regular price $99.00

  • One Troy Ounce 999+ Fine Silver
  • Available in Proof & Antique
  • Each limited to only 1000
  • Individually laser-etched with Asset ID, Serial Number & Purity
  • Ships in unique blister package

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If you're receiving your collectible outside of the USA, we'll ship from our workshop via Federal Express or DHL. We will include an official customs invoice marked with the metal value, using harmonized tariff code 83062900. Please remember that you are responsible for any duty or tax levied by your country, if applicable. If there's a specific procedure to expedite the delivery process, please notify us immediately, and we will do our very best to accommodate.


On November 2nd, 2016 alongside California, Maine and Massachusetts, Nevada passed Question 2, and became the 5th U.S state to legalize cannabis. Legalized sales were due to commence on the same day as California, but the date was moved forward and many retailers were approved for sale by July 1st 2017.

The date couldn’t have come soon enough for cannabis hungry residents and tourists, within two weeks Nevada declared a state of emergency, scrambling to meet a serious shortage in supply. In its first four days, $3 million in legal sales were processed, and generated $500,000 in tax revenue.

Nevada’s marijuana sector created, in its first 7 months, nearly 7000 jobs, and $19m in revenue, much of it earmarked to support the State’s education sector. Despite the recent meddling by Jeff Sessions, Nevada vows to hold strong, sending a clear message for Sessions and the Trump Administration to stay out of Nevada’s business.

“U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision today to rescind a policy that protects our state’s recreational marijuana industry from overzealous federal intrusion could cost Nevada millions of dollars in revenue, kill jobs, and hurt our schools and local economy.”

State Senator, Aaron Ford reacts to the withdrawal of The Cole Memo.

Tom Tancredo
U.S. Representative

"Throughout my career in public policy and in public office, I have fought to reform or eliminate wasteful and ineffective government programs. There is no government program or policy I can think of that has failed in such a unique way as marijuana prohibition."


39mm | 1.525”

Individually Numbered
Certificate of Authenticity
Limit of 1000