The Liberator is a dramatic sculptural display containing a complete set of U.S. Coins minted in 1944, the year of the D-Day invasion. These include the emergency issues made only during World War II to conserve essential war metals: the Lincoln Penny struck with copper recovered from artillery shells and the 35% silver Jefferson Nickel. Also included are the Mercury Dime, Walking Liberty Half Dollar and Washington Quarter — each made of 90% silver.
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A 75th anniversary tribute to the D-Day invasion!All five coins in your collection will arrive in circulated condition with most major design details visible. Along with the custom medallion commemorating D-Day, each coin is housed in a protective, crystal-clear capsule and set into one of the removable magnetic panels that encircle the wooden base.
The cold-cast porcelain sculpture depicts an American soldier coming ashore at Normandy on D-Day.
Product Specifications:Coins included: 1944 Lincoln Penny, Jefferson Nickel, Mercury Dime, Washington Quarter, Walking Liberty Half Dollar
Display: Cold-cast porcelain sculpture with a wooden base
Display size: 12-1/2" tall x 5-7/8" wide
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