"America Goes to War" Coin & Stamp Collection from Unified Precious Metals

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"America Goes to War" Coin & Stamp Collection from American Coin Treasures. A dramatic look back of the wars of the past century!

This new Collection brings together U.S. Mint coins and U.S. Postage stamps issued during 5 wars in which American soldiers fought to preserve freedom... from WWI (1914-1918) to the War with Iraq in 2003. 10 historic coins include 3 .900 fine silver dimes and 5 Lincoln pennies spanning nearly 100 years.

The 9 postage stamps are all in mint condition, and were specially selected for their historic significance. Mounted in a satin-lined wood display case, this collection will be treasured by Americans of all ages. Includes certificate of authenticity.


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