American Coin Treasures® Civil War Penny Display

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American Coin Treasures® Civil War Penny Display.

Imagine the history this classic U.S. coin has seen. The Indian Cent was minted from 1859 to 1909, and in this special collector's Display, your Penny will always have a mint year from 1861 to 1865, the years of the Civil War. An actual piece of history borne a century and a half ago! Hand-selected for quality, each comes beautifully mounted with historic illustration in a protective case that allows viewing both sides. Includes certificate of authenticity.

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