Rosland Capital has had a busy and productive couple of months! As always, we have been hard at work ensuring that our customers continue to have their needs met and precious metals questions answered. In addition to our everyday business practices, we have also been preparing behind the scenes for new product releases, strengthening our ongoing relationships with other businesses, and pursuing new activities with some truly wonderful organizations. Here are a few of the biggest and most recent updates from our company:
Lewis Chessmen Coin
In my March blog post, I discussed Rosland Capital’s relationship with the British Museum and the inspiration behind our latest collaborative project with them. I am happy to report that our Lewis Chessmen-inspired coin has now been released! The front of this 2.5oz silver coin depicts a king piece from the famed walrus ivory chess set, and the obverse bears a portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Michael Schumacher Coins
In recent years, Rosland Capital has produced a number of exclusive specialty coins in collaboration with our friends at Formula 1. One of our latest releases with them was made in celebration of the achievements of Michael Schumacher, seven-time racing World Champion and an inspiration to millions. The 91oz gold and silver coins feature an iconic portrait of Schumacher, his signature, and the F1 logo.
The most recent coin added to our Formula 1 collection celebrates 70 years since the first British Grand Prix was held at the Silverstone Circuit on May 13, 1950. The 1/4 oz gold coin features the specially-created F1 70 logo on the coin’s reverse, as well as the name “British Grand Prix” in F1’s own distinctive font.
Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce Partnership
Rosland Capital is now a Core Partner of The Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce in San Francisco & Silicon Valley, an organization that strives to unlock the full potential of Swedish-American and US-European bilateral trade relations. I am delighted to be serving as the representative for Rosland on the SACC-SF/SV Board of Directors, and I look forward to seeing what this new relationship will bring forth in the future.