United States of America, Medal on Cent

This Scarce medal was struck by the Philadelphia Mint on a blank that would have been usually used for a US Cent. They were made for a special Mint Set that was only released in Great Britain. You have the shield of the arms of the US Treasurey on one side. The other side has a giant ‘P’ to show that it was minted at the Philadelphia Mint. These coin/medals are in Uncirculated condition and as far as we can find out, we are the only coin dealers offering them. An interesting and scarce addition to your collection.
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SKU: FUS2110
£2.95
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