Our Civil War Framed Coin & Stamp Collection features a reproduction of The New York Times front page dated April 4, 1865 of Grant's Victory At Richmond. President Abraham Lincoln toured Richmond on April 4, 1865, and upon landing there, he was spotted by black workmen who bowed to him. Lincoln is quoted as saying, "kneel to God only, and thank him for the liberty you will hereafter enjoy." This Civil War tribute contains four 2009 Lincoln Bicentennial Pennies, a 2010 Lincoln Union Shield Penny, a 2010 Lincoln Presidential Golden Dollar and a Lincoln Presidential Medal along with 3 commemorative Civil War postage stamps, a 1959 1-cent Beardless Lincoln, a 1963 5-cent Battle of Gettysburg and a 1964 5-cent Battle of the Wilderness Stamp showcased in a black wood frame. A Certificate of Authenticity is included.
Civil War Framed Coin & Stamp Collection Reproduction of The New York Times front page 6 genuine U.S. coins 3 U.S. Postage Stamps
Size 16"W x 14"H
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