2010 Second Amendment Dollar
One Ounce .999 Fine Silver
Our 2010 issue will never be minted again.
These pieces has been carefully sealed in a tamper-proof plastic capsule. Each one comes complete with a red velveteen bag and display stand.
Since time immemorial, man has had the right of self-preservation. That
right, to defend and protect one's life, family and property, was enshrined
by the Founding Fathers of the United States in the great Second Amendment to
the US Constitution.
Long live the Second Amendment: THE RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS
SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED!
Now, the Second Amendment is commemorated in a special $50 Silver Commemorative
Dollar dedicated exclusively to that Right. A man's home is his castle. He has
an inherent right to protect it and that right shall not be infringed.
BudsGunShop.com, a proud supporter of the Second Amendment, is pleased
to offer this 2010 Second Amendment Dollar so everyone can
commemorate his and her right to Protect Life.
The $50 Second Amendment Dollar is larger than the old US silver dollar and
is specially commemorated with one Troy ounce of pure .999 fine silver. The
obverse features Lady Liberty symbolizing American rights she has fought so
hard to protect. The reverse features the Second Amendment text and the iconic
1911 hand gun that played a significant role in WWI, WWII, Korean, and Vietnam
Wars and is still used today to protect the American way of life. Every Gun
Dollar with a MSRP of $50 measures 39mm and is minted in Brilliant Uncirculated
(BU) condition with high relief to exemplify the high ideals of the Second Amendment.
Like the commitment to the values on which our great country was founded, the
value of the 2010 Second Amendment Dollar in pure silver will not fade. And
with your support, the Right to keep and bear arms will not fade. Long live
the Second Amendment!
All canceled orders will be
charged our standard 10% restocking fee.
*** NOTICE: Second Amendment Dollar is a commemorative medallion that is not intended to be used as currency and any representation as United States currency is strictly prohibited by law.