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Statue of Liberty Commemorative Color Coin

  • Highly detailed engraving of Lady Liberty
  • Luxuriously plated in .999 pure silver
  • Beautifully rendered in brilliant color
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The Statue of Liberty 1865- Sculptor Frederic Auguste Bartholdi proposes the Statue of Liberty... more
Statue of Liberty Commemorative Color Coin
The Statue of Liberty 1865- Sculptor Frederic Auguste Bartholdi proposes the Statue of Liberty at a dinner party in Paris. 1876- Construction begins on the statue. The completed hand and torch is sent to U.S. for display at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia held on August 14. 1883- Work on the pedestal begins on Bedloe's Island, a small island in New York harbor. 1886- The statue is completed. A formal unveiling and dedication ceremony is held on October 28. 1903- Words from Emma Lazarus' poem "The New Colossus” are added to the base of the statue. 1916- The stairway inthe right arm is closed to the public for safety reasons. 1924- The Statue of Liberty is declared a national monument. 1936- Lady Liberty gets restored and rededicated in honor of her 50th birthday. 1956- Bedloe's Island is renamed Liberty Island. 1984- Work begins on a two-year, $70 million renovation of the statue. 1986- The renovation is completed and the statue is rededicated during Liberty Weekend, July 3-7. Facts about Lady Liberty • The 25 windows on her crown represent the earth's 25 "natural minerals.” The 7 spikes on her crown stand for the 7 seas and the 7 continents. • The chains under her feet represent liberty crushing the chains of slavery. • She has an alternate entrance located on the sole of her right foot. • Her sandal is 25' long, that's a woman'ssize 879! • You must climb 354 steps, or 22 stories, to reach the crown.
Details
Limitation: 9,999 complete collections
Weight: 32 grams
Diameter: 40 mm (Approx. 1.6 in.)
Obverse: Statue of Liberty
Reverse: Eagle Shield
Material: Cu, silver-layered with color
Quality: Proof
Issue year: 2010

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