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Why add this 1861-65 Civil War Token F-51/334 a Our Army NGC MS65 RD in Story Vault Holder to your collection?
This 1861-65 Civil War Token F-51/334 a Our Army has an intriguing history that makes it appealing to Civil War enthusiasts and monetary historians, as well as those who have ties to the United States Army. The words “OUR ARMY” are inscribed in large font on the reverse of the coin. A five-pointed star appears above the “U.” The inscription is encircled by an agricultural design on the rim that runs counterclockwise. The obverse of the coin is very similar to that of the Indian Head cent. Thirteen stars – a poignant reference to the original thirteen states given the events of the time – are arranged in a circle along the rim, save for a space at the bottom where the year of issue would appear on the government coin. A Native American man faces the left side of the coin. The figure has long hair that runs down his neck, and a feathered headdress that rises to the upper right. The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) gave this piece a grade of MS65 RD, indicating that it is red in color and has several minor contact marks, possibly along with one or two major ones. You will receive your coin inside of a special story vault holder seen in the images above.
As well, we are sending an authentic newspaper issued during the Civil War with each of these coins! These newspapers are in great shape, and have stood up well against time. Here you have the opportunity to add not only a fine, historical Civil War token to your collection, but also a newspaper issued during the time! Don’t miss your chance to read into the lives of those alive in that time, and purchase yours today!
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