Posted on 04/30/2014

Photo taken on April 30, 2014

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Freedom Girl
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Freedom Girl (1 of 2).

Freedom Girl (1 of 2).
Freedom Girl is the first medallion in the Silver Bullet Silver Shield series done with full creative control given to American sculptress Heidi Wastweet. Heidi is known for her images of strong and beautiful women, most notably "Pandora Defiant". Now she has created a new beauty for a new generation.
Men have been known to fight to the death for women, treasure and freedom. Freedom Girl is a stunning combination of all three. Every aspect of Heidi's design brings out a gorgeous update of the classic Peace Dollar. The original Peace Dollar had her hair tied in a bun with an uncomfortable tiara perched on her head. Freedom Girl's hair is wild and free. Freedom Girl's parted lips and gaze of almost ecstasy looking forward to the future is so seductive, as Freedom should be. Even her shoulder arching forward brings out more emotion from this modern beauty. She is finished off with the modern cues of a hoop earring and a tattoo of the Trivium.
(Edited & shortened extract from an article at The Numismatic Bibliomania Society).

These coins are made from 1 Troy ounce of 99.999% pure silver and the 47 "bullets" in the design represent the element Silver, whose atomic number is 47 ("Silver Bullet" is also the name of the mint which produces these coins). The medieval Trivium design symbolizes the foundation for individual freedom from outside manipulation. These coins (A.K.A. "rounds" or "medallions" are not legal tender and have no "face value"....they are for collectors and investors in precious metals).

Елена Крайняя, Minty Chewson, Les's Photography AKA aligeeach, William Sutherland and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo

Rhisiart Hincks
Rhisiart Hincks
very beautiful
3 years ago.
Thanks for sharing your wonderful macro/closeup! Admired in Macro - Makro - Close-up views
3 years ago.
William Sutherland
William Sutherland
Awesome capture!

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