Our New York Times Civil War 150th Anniversary Framed Coin Collection will fascinate, entertain and educate. The New York Times Headline "Impending Attack on Forts Sumter and Pickens" honors the Civil War in this black wall frame coin and stamp collection, and also honors President Abraham Lincoln. An official reproduction of the New York Times Headlines dated Monday, March 4, 1861 includes headlines regarding Lincoln's inauguration and the impending civil war. Abraham Lincoln was the first American President to be featured on a circulating coin. President Roosevelt and the United States Treasury Department decided to honor Lincoln by placing him on the one cent coin in 1909. Lincoln will always be remembered for his dedication of preservation of the United States. Displayed in the 16" x 14" black frame are nine Lincoln pennies. The First Year of Issue 1909, the 1958 reverse of The Last Year of Issue Lincoln Wheat Ear Penny, the 1959 reverse of The First Year of Issue Lincoln Memorial Penny, the 1943 Lincoln Steel Penny, the four 2009 Bicentennial Lincoln Pennies and the 2010 Lincoln Shield Penny along with three Lincoln commemorative U.S. postage stamps. A Certificate of Authenticity is included.
New York Times Civil War 150th Anniversary Framed Coin Collection
Includes New York Times Headline "Impending Attack on Forts Sumter and Pickens"
Lincoln 1909 one cent coin, plus 8 other Lincoln pennies
Three Lincoln commemorative U.S. postage stamps
Certificate of Authenticity is included
16"H x 14"W
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