Abraham Lincoln Gettysburg Address Commemorative Display

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Abraham Lincoln Gettysburg Address Commemorative Display. " Four score and seven years ago..."

Honor and remember what is quite possibly the most famous speech in American history! Open the impressive gold-trimmed case. Read the words of Lincoln's Gettysburg address.

On the opposite side a historical portrait of our 16th president is joined by 3 commemorative coins: a Lincoln Wheat penny, a Lincoln Memorial penny and a golden Lincoln Presidential dollar. Certificate of authenticity included. 12 x 9".


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