COIN - The Right to Bear Arms Silver Clad Commemorative Coin (#135 – CC34) $75

Published 15-02-12


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Phoenix, AZ USA


COIN - The Right to Bear Arms Silver Clad Commemorative Coin (#135 – CC34) $75 ------------

Attention collectors, coin buffs & enthusiasts!!!-------------

This is a very rare 99% Fine Silver Medallion commemorating our Second Amendment; The Right to Bear Arms, which serves as a reminder to the rights that we all have, which must be protected! The coin was created and issued in 1974 to honor our Second Amendment. -----------

For more than a century, the National Rifle Association (NRA) has worked tirelessly to preserve the integrity of the United States Constitution. This coin salutes the NRA's efforts to defend the freedoms guaranteed by the U.S. Bill of Rights.----------

This coin is pure silver and an affordable, cost-efficient way to get started in precious metals investing, and to diversify one's nest egg with a sound hard asset investment. The coin is new and uncirculated and minted as one troy ounce in .999 fine silver; diameter of 38.1mm (1½ “across).------------

In Brief:
The 'Right to Bear Arms' is one of the basic elements of freedom guaranteed in the Second Amendment of our Constitution.---------

* Year: 1974
* Alloy - Material: Silver (99%, One troy oz.)
* Coin Grade: Excellent - Mint
Size: 38.1mm (1½“) across
* Thickness: ¼“
* Weight: 32g
* In Circulation: very few... -------------


Obverse (front):
Located on the obverse is a raised popular design of a Minuteman along with the American Eagle and the United States flag as the backdrop. On the outside of the coin is the verbiage “THE RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS” on the upper rim, “COMMEMORATIVE” on the lower rim. -----------

Reverse (back):
On the reverse, is a raised picture of a scroll with the United States “Bill of Rights, ARTICLE IV” which reads “THE RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED” with a picture of a quill and ink. The outline of the Whitehouse is on the right side of the scroll and the year 1789 on the left. The year 1974 is located on the top rim of the coin with the verbiage “ONE TROY OUNCE 999 FINE SILVER” on the lower rim.--------------

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