Starving Liberty Zombucks puts Standing Liberty on a diet

Seventh design in Zombucks series shows emaciated symbol of freedom
By , Coin World
Published : 05/04/15
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Zombucks are a popular silver and copper bullion series from Provident Metals. 

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Starving Liberty is the seventh of 10 designs in the Zombucks series. 

Instead of the Standing Liberty quarter dollar design created by Hermon MacNeil, a disheveled, skeletal Lady Liberty stands atop a stone staircase clutching a shield. She wears partially torn armor, showing the toll the apocalypse has taken on her body. STARVING is inscribed above, Z2 beside, and 2019 below her emaciated form.

Starving Liberty mintage limits

Silver – 38,942

Proof silver – 2,500

Copper – 83,527

Proof copper – 2,500

Retail price, Brilliant Uncirculated copper: $3

Retail price, Brilliant Uncirculated silver: $23

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