Why should you own Zombucks Walker rounds? Simple – it’s the official currency of the apocalypse.
Fighting to survive and defending against infection are top priorities during a zombie invasion, but so is having a currency to buy goods and services. This round has a denomination of Z50, and the living will only accept Zombucks rounds as their trusted currency. Their value is sure to skyrocket if humans are able to survive the apocalypse and take back what was once theirs.
The 2017 Zombucks Walker pays homage to the Walking Liberty Half-Dollar (1916-1947) and the American Silver Eagle (1986-2013), which depicts a beautiful image of Walking Liberty striding forward with the sun on the horizon. The original Walking Liberty is also accompanied by stars and stripes while clutching laurel and oak branches. Adolf Weinman’s design grasps the essence of what the U.S. Mint was looking for during the mid-1910’s, which was patriotism, independence and liberty.
While there’s nothing patriotic about being chased by the living dead and fighting evil to survive, it’s the the reality of a zombie apocalypse. This silver Walker is a zombified Walking Liberty reaching ahead for a human. She is wrapped in torn and disheveled clothing with an ax in hand, surrounded by stars and stripes and walking in front of a mushroom cloud.
Each Zombucks Walker bullion round is composed of 1 oz of .999 fine silver. Along with the zombified Liberty, the inscriptions read “WALKER,” “2017” and the denomination of “Z50.” The heart of the reverse is a biohazard symbol to remind humans of the hazards of the apocalypse. It is inscribed with “ZOMBUCKS,” “1 oz .999 FINE SILVER” and “CURRENCY OF THE APOCALYPSE,” along with a Provident Metals compass logo.
Provident Mint began producing Zombucks limited mintage rounds to document the zombie period. In total, we will release 10 Zombucks rounds that pay tribute to historic coins or figures, with all 10 being offered in copper and silver.
Weinman’s Walking Liberty design is said to be among the most beautiful U.S. coins ever designed. The Zombucks Walker celebrates that popular coin, but the zombified Walking Liberty is beautiful in its own right. It can be yours today when you order from Provident Metals.
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Beuford on 12/27/2013
" Look, you guys that are talking these pieces down are out of your minds. Who else in the WORLD is making ANYTHING like this at all? Don't you people realize the numismatic value is already through the roof on these walkers?? They only made 45 some odd thousand of them. That makes them rare. And there are TONS of zombie fanatics out there, like myself, that find the concept one of the most innovative in the history of mintage. I only wish they would zombify the FREEDOM GIRL. PETITION THE ZOMBIFICATION OF THE FREEDOM GIRL. I know most people "know better" when speaking toward numismatics versus melt value but for the first time in a long time we have a true collectors item here. That's not to say there aren't tons upon tons of other collectible coins out there. Don't get me wrong. But these appeal to the upcoming generation. People are tired of seeing political figures and animals on coins for fricks sake. Am I wrong? How about a demented clown? Or a baby with a shotgun? Or how about a zombie eating itself? Google search a few Cannibal Corpse album covers. Now there's a few ideas! I plan to spend THOUSANDS of dollars on these Zombucks. Every silver I'm buying 20-50 and every copper I'm buying 100-200. I think somebody called them bronze above. Are you not reading the ads??? The keychain is ok I guess. Kind of gimicky. But to release a copper proof AFTER the Walker was "contained"? EXCELLENT. Only minting 10000 eh? You people better start buying those up too because I plan on buying a ton of those as well. I've even bought some of the Z-Hunter blades. I'm ready to kill some zombies. BRING ON THE APOCALYPSE!!!"
Adam on 12/17/2013
" These are definitely a cool addition to your collection. As private mint rounds go I would rate these 4 only because they have a bit less luster than some other rounds. The detail is good and the concept is awesome. Like most private mint rounds they are slightly smaller but slightly thicker than ASEs. If you are familiar with SBSS rounds I think you will find Zombucks to be a bit nicer than those."
Audrey on 12/11/2013
" I was excited for these coins, but was incredibly disappointed when I got mine. The detail is much less defined than in the picture, it is not impressive to look at at all. I was expecting something that was comparable in quality to SAEs, and it is not even close. I won't be wasting my money on any additional of this series. "
Chris on 11/17/2013
" Very sharp coin, excellent detail, and finish is flawless"
Francis on 11/01/2013
" Pretty nice, could use a little more detail on the obverse, but overall I like it and love the theme!"
|Metal Content||1 Troy Ounce|
|Mint Mark||Not Shown|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|Capsule Size||39 mm|
|Shipping||Orders over $199 Ship Free|
|Packaging Dimensions||2.0 x 2.0 x 0.5|