The COMPLETE " Zombucks " Collection of 10- 1 Oz. 999 Fine Silver each sealed in an airtite capsule, and presented in a Display Box. Definitely some of the hottest Rounds. Its the official currency of the apocalypse. Here is a look at each of the coins in the Collection and the total mintage for each.
The Walker is the 1. Of the series (47,885). It is a zombified Walking Liberty reaching ahead for a human. She is wrapped in torn and disheveled clothing with an ax in hand, surrounded by stars and stripes and walking in front of a mushroom cloud. The original Walking Liberty is also accompanied by stars and stripes while clutching laurel and oak branches.Adolf Weinmans design grasps the essence of what the U. Mint was looking for during the mid-1910s, which was patriotism, independence and liberty.
The Morgue Anne is the 2. Of the series (41,620).
Her skin has rotted, the flowers in her once beautiful hair have wilted, and Liberty has become a zombie. Liberty faces left and one can still read her crown, but bones and muscles from her neck and face are visible. Morgan had an uninfected Anna Willess Williams, who he believed had a perfect profile, to model for five sittings to complete the design.The Zombuff is the 3. Of the series (48,428). It is a haggard Black Diamond. His appearance consists of bones and muscle emerging through shredded skin and fur.
The former mammoth is a shell of his former self with his ribs, spine and skull fully exposed. The 2018 ZomBuff honors the former Indian Head Nickel design by James Earle Fraser. The Barber is the 4. Of the series (39,847). Her face is ripped and torn where she shuffled past a brutal attack, the scissors still embedded in her eye.She was wounded in this close shave with death, but the brain survives, and so the zombie continues to roam. The 2018 Barber was designed by Charles E. Barber, his iconic Lady Liberty once symbolized freedom and opportunity, she now sends portents of death and disease. Her face was modeled by Anna Willess Williams. The Murk Diem is the 5. Of the series (37,662). Libertys brain seeps through her torn cap on.
Her spine is visible through the muscles of her neck, and slices of flesh have been ripped from her face. The once-perfect wings in her cap, which symbolized freedom, are in shambles. The original coin featuring a beautiful left-facing Lady Liberty was designed by Adolph Weinman, and won a design competition among highly-regarded artists.The Feast Dollar is the 6. Of the series (39,254). It features the profile of a battered Lady Liberty. Worms wriggle through her disheveled hair, devouring the flesh underneath. Teeth and bones can be seen through decaying skin.
The 2018 Feast Dollar is a tribute to the Peace Dollar. It was produced by the United States Mint to celebrate the restoration of peace after World War I. The Starving Liberty is the 7. Of the series (38,942). It is a disheveled Lady Liberty.
Clutching a shield as she strides down a stone staircase, her bony figure is covered by a partial suit of armor and a tattered cloak that blows in the wind. The 2019 Starving Liberty commemorates the Standing Liberty quarter. This coin featured a militaristic design that showed Liberty on guard against attacks. The Slayed Dollar is the 8. Of the series (34,410).
It features a Lady Liberty sitting atop a throne of bones, ravaged by the pandemic apocalypse. In her right hand she holds a scythe to represent the lives reaped by the zombie scourge, and in her left hand she holds a banner that once read LIBERTY, but that is now inscribed with Z TWO.
The 2019 Slayed Dollar is inspired by the U. Mints Trade Dollar Silver Coin, which was minted from 1873 to 1885. William Barber designed this coin depicting a seated Lady Liberty atop bales of wheat and other goods.
Liberty sat on merchandise, and held an olive branch in her outstretched right hand. The Dying Eagle is the 9.Of the series (36,784). It features a zombie-contaminated bald eagle that soars in anarchy, chasing after the uninfected.
The 2019 Dying Eagle was Inspired by the Flying Eagle one-cent piece that circulated from 1857 through 1858. The original design of the Flying Eagle, created by James Longacre, U. Mint Chief Engraver, depicted a graceful eagle soaring to the left. The Saint is the 10. (last) of the series (49,261).The Saint is holding a sword in one hand and the severed head of the last zombie in the other. She confidently walks over the remains of her zombie victims. The Saint wears a gown and corset with a biohazard symbol at its center. The wind blows her hair and smoke from the Capitol, and rays of sunlight shine behind her. The 2019 Saint is inspired by the Double Eagle Gold Coin designed by Augustus Saint Gaudens that began circulating in the early 1900s. The original design portrayed Liberty as a powerful figure marching forward to brighter days for America. The elegant image represented victory.
Each Silver Zombucks is composed of 1 oz of fine SILVER. Each also has inscriptions for the year, and the denomination of Z50. The heart of the reverse is a bio-hazard symbol to remind humans of the hazards of the apocalypse.
They are inscribed with ZOMBUCKS, 1 oz. Be one of the few survivors to own this cool and complete collection of silver rounds.
Beautiful rounds minted in the USA. Excellent details of Silver 2013, 2014, and 2015 Minted. Strong details and very beautiful rare item.
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