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New York Times Battle of Gettysburg Coin and Stamp Collection

Honor the Battle of Gettysburg with this Coin and Stamp Collection!


The Civil War's bloodiest battle took place in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and is often considered the turning point of the war.
The Battle of Gettysburg was fought from July 1-3, 1863, and was reported in the New York Times on July 6, 1863.

The New York Times headlined the battle as "The Splendid Triumph of the Army of the Potomac." The official reproduction of the front page is handsomely displayed here in a black vinyl portfolio.

The 8 by 6.3125 inch portfolio also houses a 2013 Lincoln Cent to mark the 150 year anniversary, the four Lincoln bicentennial pennies celebrating the 200 year anniversary of Lincoln's birth, the 2011 Gettysburg Park State Quarter, and a mint 3 cent 1948 Commemorative Lincoln Gettysburg Address US Postage Stamp. A Certificate of Authenticity is included.
Materials: Vinyl, Cardboard, Copper, Nickel, Tin, Zinc.

Dimensions: 8 IN L x 6.3125 IN W x 0.375 IN H
Weight: 0.625 LBS.
New York Times Battle of Gettysburg Coin and Stamp Collection
New York Times Battle of Gettysburg Coin and Stamp Collection

New York Times Battle of Gettysburg Coin and Stamp Collection

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New York Times Battle of Gettysburg Coin and Stamp Collection

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New York Times Battle of Gettysburg Coin and Stamp Collection New York Times Battle of Gettysburg Coin and Stamp Collection
SKU: 844810
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  • Returns: This product may be returned within 60 days of purchase with original receipt (See our Return Policy).
  • Does not ship internationally.
  • Does not ship to: PR
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