Why purchase this 2020 2 oz Silver Ultra High Relief Flames of Freedom Reverse Proof?
Collectors looking for a stunning piece that showcases the work of two numismatic legends would do well to pick up this 2 oz silver Flames of Freedom. Struck in ultra high relief, this proof brings their work to life. It features a pair of patriotic themes and is sure to be a keepsake for decade to come. This silver version was struck from 2 oz of .999 fine silver at Commonwealth Mint. The proof will arrive in GEM Reverse Proof condition, just as it was when it was first struck.
Striking Liberty Design by John Mercanti
The obverse bears the design that John Mercanti created for the 2019 Canada Peace and Liberty Medal. Lady Liberty holds high her torch, a beacon of freedom for oppressed people throughout the world. In her other hand, she holds serpents at bay. Rim inscriptions read, "E PLURIBUS UNUM" and "LIBERTAS."
On the reverse is a powerful design by Don Everhart. Two hands grasp torches that cross. This symbolizes the passing of the torch from Mercanti to Everhart. Everhart succeeded Mercanti as the US Mint's Chief Engraver. Just below the torches is an inscription of the proof's weight, "2 OZ." Below that at the bottom of this face is the word "LIBERTY."
Add this Ultra High Relief 2020 2 oz Silver Flames of Freedom Reverse Proof to your collection before it's too late.
This 2020 2 oz Silver Flames of Freedom Ultra High Relief Reverse Proof Medal GEM Reverse Proof is proudly minted by the Commonwealth Mint. The Commonwealth Mint, located in Great Britain, is best known for creating commemorative coins and stamps.
|Year of Issue:||2020|
|Grade:||GEM Reverse Proof|
|Relief:||Ultra High Relief|
|Display Weight:||2 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||62.207 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||2 oz|
|Obverse Design:||Lady Liberty with Torch|
|Reverse Design:||Torch with Flame (Everhart Design)|
Donald Everhart, now retired from the U.S. Mint, is widely known in the coin community for his design work. He has signed labels for NGC to be sealed with certain graded coins, joining other popular members from the numismatic community. Read more about Everhart and his lifetime achievement award.