The living must continue their unrelenting pursuit for survival, but the Feast Dollar’s dismal trek as a zombified Lady Liberty has ended.
A tribute to the Peace Silver Dollar — produced by the United States Mint to celebrate the restoration of peace after World War I — the obverse of each Feast Dollar features the profile of a battered Lady Liberty.
The sixth release in the Zombucks: Currency of the Apocalypse® series, the Feast Dollar 1 oz silver and copper bullion rounds were contained on January 1. Only the proof version remain.
The final mintage numbers show her impact on the living during her three-months in existence:
Silver – 39,254
Copper – 73,033
To recap the previous Zombucks BU mintage numbers:
Silver – 47,885
Copper – 110,602
Silver – 41,620
Copper – 111,036
Copper – 129,986
Silver – 39,847
Copper – 88,392
Silver – 37,662
Copper – 84,617
These numbers will forever live on their respective product pages for your records. And while the BU adaptations are no longer available for purchase, proof versions of each design still remain.
Joining the undead series just in time for 2015 is the Starving Liberty.
The obverse features a decomposing Lady Liberty clutching a bio-hazard shield as she strides down a collapsing stone staircase, her bony figure is covered by a partial suit of armor, her tattered cloak blowing in the wind.
Starving Liberty is the seventh release in the Zombucks® series and will be available in silver and copper bullion until April 1, 2015.
Keep fighting the bite!