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Why purchase this 2-coin set honoring the Last Victory of Stonewall Jackson?
This incredible set features circulated examples of two coins that typically would have been carried by soldiers during the American Civil War. The set commemorates the 1863 Battle of Chancellorsville (Virginia), which is famed for being the battle in which Confederate General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson was mortally wounded.
Beautiful Coin Designs
The Indian Head Cent features Lady Liberty wearing a Native American headdress on the obverse, while the coin's "ONE CENT" denomination is surrounded by an oak wreath and a union shield on the reverse.
The obverse of the Half Dime illustrates Lady Liberty seated on a boulder with the date of issue below, while the reverse is adorned with a wreath encircling the coin's "HALF DIME" denomination.
Impressive 2-Coin Set
The 1863 Indian Head Cent in the set is judged to be in Good-Fine condition; the 1852-1863 Seated Liberty Half Dime is considered to be in Good-Very Good condition. The ungraded coins are enclosed in a 3" x 5" protective holder with an illustrated insert describing the battle and the subsequent loss of Stonewall Jackson. The remarkable set includes an authentic Confederate paper coupon, a genuine Civil War bullet, a photo of Stonewall Jackson and a Certificate of Authenticity. A booklet on the coins and currency circulated during the Civil War accompanies the exciting set.
Add this 1852-1863 Cent and Half Dime set representing Stonewall Jackson's last victory at the Battle of Chancellorsville to your collection today!
This 2-Piece Set - 1852-1863 1C-Half Dime Battle of Chancellorsville Stonewall Jacksons Last Victory Good-Fine is proudly minted by the U.S. Mint. The United States Mint was founded in 1792 and manufactures circulating, collectible, and bullion coinage.
|Year of Issue:||1852-1863|