American Coin Treasures New York Times World War I Coin and Stamp Portfolio

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American Coin TreasuresTM New York Times World War I Coin and Stamp Portfolio pays tribute to the end of the war.

Extra... extra... read all about it! This Coin and Stamp Portfolio features a front-page reproduction of The New York Times from November 11, 1918. It details the signing of the armistice between the United States, the allied governments and Germany.

It also contains a Buffalo nickel, Mercury dime and Lincoln penny; all minted between 1914 and 1918, the years of World War I. 2 U.S. postage stamps honoring WWI complete the Set. A 6 x 8" h. vinyl case protects the contents. Certificate of Authenticity included.

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