For the First Time Ever! A Historic Collaboration Between SIX Modern U.S. Coin Designers
This is something out of the “you have to see it to believe it” category! Never before has there been a collaboration this monumental!
In partnership with the National Park Foundation, we brought together six of the finest designers/engravers in the world—each with impeccable numismatic credentials, each with creations that have been featured on noteworthy U.S. legal-tender coins—collaborating on one numismatic masterpiece!
It’s an impressive list of design talent. Each artist started with a list of two components—a classic Lady Liberty depiction and an American national park—and combined them to create a unique vision of Freedom. Then each rendition was engraved into a state-of-the-art six-piece die and struck multiple times to create crisp, clear images on all six sides of this incredible kilo cube before it was given an attractive antiqued finish that enhances each design.
Six Designers, Six Classic Lady Liberty Depictions, Six National Parks
The renderings from each numismatic master craftsman are truly breathtaking. Here’s what you get, all on one six-sided work of art:
U.S. Mint Medallic Artist and American Numismatic Association Sculptor of the Year Award winner Don Everhart; Recreation of 1916 Walking Liberty Half Dollar Liberty / Crater Lake National Park
U.S. Mint Artistic Infusion Program artist Joel Iskowitz (the only American to have designed the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on coinage of the British Commonwealth); Recreation of 1840 Seated Liberty Dollar Liberty / Yosemite National Park
U.S. Mint Medallic artist, sculptor, and engraver Michael Gaudioso, who sculpted the reverse of the Type 2 American Silver Eagle; Recreation 1907 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle Liberty / Grand Canyon National Park
Artist Emily Damstra, who designed the new American Silver Eagle reverse; Recreation of 1916 Standing Liberty Quarter Liberty / Acadia National Park
Graphic design specialist Jennie Norris, who designed the reverse of the Type 2 American Gold Eagle; Recreation of 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar Liberty / Yellowstone National Park
12th Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint John Mercanti AND Don Everhart: Statue of Liberty (John Mercanti Proposed Design / 1886 New York City Skyline (Don Everhart original design)
Approved by The National Park Foundation
These pieces were released in partnership with the National Park Foundation (NPF) and have been approved for release worldwide.
Striking a Cube Is a Painstaking Process
To assure the medal’s ideal cube shape, engineers at the mint created a state-of-the-art six-piece die setup coupled with special collars to help bring equal pressure to all six sides. Using a hydraulic press, each cube is struck several times from all sides to ensure the design is emblazoned on the blank. After each striking, the medals are hand-inspected to ensure that the design is clear and even.
Struck in 99.9% Silver
These 2022 Ladies of Liberty Cubes are struck in one kilo of 99.9% fine silver.
MCM is the exclusive worldwide distributor for the Ladies of Liberty Cube.
Check out the images below and you’ll see why your best bet is to act fast!
2022 Silver Ladies of Liberty Cube
- Features Designs from Six of the Greatest Modern Coin Designers
- Cube Striking Technology, Hand-Inspected
- Uncirculated/Antiqued Finish
- Struck in One Kilo of 99.9% Fine Silver
- Deluxe Display Case and White Cotton Handling Glove
- Personal Hand-Signed Letter from Each Designer
- Authorized Mintage of Only 1,776
- Approved by the National Park Foundation (NPF)
- Exclusive Limited Release
Deluxe Packaging and Some Really Cool Extras
Each piece arrives in a Deluxe Display Case designed to showcase
this commemorative in grand fashion. You will also receive:
- White cotton glove to handle the cube when it’s removed from the display case
- Numbered Certificate of Authenticity
- Informative Story Booklet containing a biography of each artist whose work is represented on the cube’s imagery, along with some history of the designs themselves
- A Personal Letter written and hand-signed by each of the designers who were part of this program. The letters touch on each designer’s inspiration for their respective design, as well as their personal history designing other prominent U.S. numismatic projects.
These Won’t Last—Extremely Limited Mintages
Striking these pieces is no easy task. Mintages are very limited, with just 1,776 kilo Silver Cubes authorized.
DO NOT drag your feet on this, or you will miss out. Our limited quantities of these fascinating, astonishing, gorgeous numismatic collectibles are sure to disappear quickly.
These privately struck, non-denominated commemorative specimens are officially licensed by The National Park Foundation and distributed exclusively through MCM.
Secure yours right now, or call 888-870-6342 for more information.