Strange But True Coin Collection

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Revisit the remarkable coincidences in the lives of JFK and Honest Abe with the "Strange But True" Coin Collection.

Born 100 years apart. Assassinated with wife present on a Friday by men who were born 100 years apart. And the eery similarities don't stop there. This historical comparison is enhanced by the last-edition 1958 Lincoln Wheat cent and the first-edition 1959 Lincoln Memorial cent flanking a JFK half dollar. Beautifully framed with easel back. Certificate of authenticity included. Measures 9 1/2 x 7 1/2".

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