"Sic Semper Tyrannis", one of the most infamous phrases in US history, was shouted by John Wilkes Booth as he assassinated Abraham Lincoln. This phrase (Latin for "thus always to tyrants") encircles the obverse of this round, only this time it celebrates the overthrow of the Debt and Death paradigm.
This is the first coin in the series to combine the idea of two coins together. Here, Freedom Girl stands triumphant over Debt and Death. She holds a spear and a buckler shield emblazoned with the trivium, both of which she used to slay Debt and Death with his five arrows from the Rothschild's family crest and the chains he used to enslave mankind. The slain foe lies on a pile of US currency, one of his greatest tools in enslaving humanity.
This round is sure to be a favourite, and always in demand.
|Freedom Girl with a spear and Trivium buckler standing over a skeletonized bankster, lying on a pile of U.S. dollars which along with the chains in his hand is used to enslave mankind.|
|The revised Silver Shield logo with the trivium in the centre encircled by the words "Silver Shield 2 Troy Ounce 2015 .999 Pure AG" surrounded by 47 bullets|