PUBLIC ENEMY #1 – JOHN DILLINGER – 2 TROY OUNCE – 39MM
John Dillinger was born in Indianapolis, Indiana on June 22, 1903. He committed his first crime in 1924 when he robbed a grocery store. He was apprehended and jailed. Shortly thereafter, he escaped, and he and his gang traveled to Chicago where he assembled one of the most organized groups of bank robbers in history. The multi-state crime spree continued until the majority of the gang was arrested, while Dillinger eluded authorities for months while receiving major media attention.
The FBI declared Dillinger “Public Enemy #1” in 1934, and in the same year, they organized a setup and Dillinger was killed outside a movie theater in Chicago, Illinois.
- Contains 2 oz. Troy .999 Fine Silver
- Obverse: An iconic image of John Dillinger in coat and tie, with his signature in the lower right field.
- Reverse: A portrayal of one of Dillinger’s bank heists. A fictitious scene showing Dillinger and his gang loaded into the getaway car in front of a bank similar to one he might have robbed.