20 Dollar Silver Coin-Certificate Review




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Be a part of history with the new government authorized Liberian legal tender September 11th commemorative released by the National Collector’s Mint. It is a $20 coin-certificate payable like a Silver Certificate in coin-of-the-realm. It is 3-1/8 inches by 7 3/8 inches size, dwarfing every U.S legal tender note currently in circulation. What’s more, this coin certificate is actually struck in .999 pure silver-leaf, another historic first.

 


 

The display: A standard $20 denomination on one side, and on the other side, it’s the first time ever that two separate numbers have been used to add up to the full $20 face value. It uses 9 and 11 to commemorate the 7th anniversary of the tragedy that struck the World Trade Center. This meaningful commemorative will never be released for circulation. However, it is now available through this special private striking for American citizens at face value. Only $20!

The front shows the frosted twin towers against a mirror like background, looking like it did in the gleaming sunlight that fateful morning, doubled dated 2001-2008, with our promise “We will never forget”. On the back, the Statue of Liberty heralds a stunning design of the new Freedom Tower skyline in a silvery tribute to all who were lost that tragic day. Get this for just the $20 face value instead of the initial final issue price set at $39.

Each coin-certificate comes with a Certificate of Authenticity confirming its non-circulating Liberian legal tender currency, struck in .999 pure silver-leaf, individually numbered.

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  1. STEVE SANDERS says:

    I BOUGHT THEM WHEN THEY CAME OUT, JUST A REAL GOOD REMINDER WHY WE ARE FIGHTING THIS WAR. I LOVE THEM AND WILL HAND THEM DOWN TO MY KIDS WHEN I PASS. I AM A VIETNAM VET AND WISH THEY WOULD DO THE SAME TO COMMEMORATE THE MEN AND WOMEN WE LOST IN THAT WAR, I WOULD BUY THEM AS SOON AS THEY WERE MADE.

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