Welcome to illuminati silver, we tell you the
truth about silver. Today is Sunday 15th January 2017 and we are
briefly commenting on the new US Mint Liberty Gold coin due in April of this year.
As reported by Reuters yesterday, and by certain coin specialists late last week, The US Mint
and Treasury will for the first time issue a commemorative coin depicting Lady Liberty
as a black woman. The coin commemorates the Mint’s 225th anniversary and shows Liberty
with a crown of stars and a toga-like dress. The 24-carat or .9999 fine gold coin will
weigh 1oz and have a face value of $100. It will also have an increased level of detail,
a proof finish, raised edge lettering with stars, and a 1792-2017 duel date, and will
go on sale on the 6th April. The US Mint says it plans to issue further
coins depicting Liberty as women from ethnic minorities, such as Asian, Hispanic or Indian
Americans and these new designs will be issued every two years.
Rhett Jeppson, the Mint’s principal deputy director, told the New York Times newspaper
that part of the intention was to “have a conversation about liberty – and we certainly
have started that conversation”. The New York Times also added that a total
of 100,000 of the Gold coins will be created, along with 100,000 silver reproductions of
the image, called medals, that will sell for about $50.
What’s your opinion and if you like the coin, at todays prices, what sort of premium
would you be willing to pay? We look forward to your responses.
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