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Emperor Constantine I Ancient Roman Bronze Coin
Constantine the Great was proclaimed “Augustus,” or Emperor of the RomanEmpire, in 306 A.D. As the first Christian Roman Emperor, his “Edict of Milan” ended the persecution of Christians and made Christianity the official religion of the state. Known as “follis,” these coins were cast in solid bronze and tell the story of one of history´s greatest rulers.
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Emperor Constantine I Ancient Roman Bronze Coin

Constantine the Great was proclaimed “Augustus,” or Emperor of the Roman
Empire, in 306 A.D. As the first Christian Roman Emperor, his “Edict of Milan” ended the persecution of Christians and made Christianity the official religion of the state. Known as “follis,” these coins were cast in solid bronze and tell the story of one of history´s greatest rulers.

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Liberty - Ellis Island Commemorative Color Coin
The Founding Fathers of the United States of America built the framework of this great nation around the single unifying concept that all men deserve to be free, and few things symbolize our commitment to Freedom more than the Statue of Liberty.
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Liberty - Ellis Island Commemorative Color Coin

The Founding Fathers of the United States of America built the framework of this great nation around the single unifying concept that all men deserve to be free, and few things symbolize our commitment to Freedom more than the Statue of Liberty.

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Happy Thanksgiving!!!
President Abraham Lincoln Commemorative Coin
Thanksgiving became a national holiday when Abraham Lincoln wrote a proclamation in 1863 during the Civil War. The date noted in the proclamation was the last Thursday in November but was changed into the fourth Thursday in November by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1941 to give the country an economic boost.
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Happy Thanksgiving!!!

President Abraham Lincoln Commemorative Coin

Thanksgiving became a national holiday when Abraham Lincoln wrote a proclamation in 1863 during the Civil War. The date noted in the proclamation was the last Thursday in November but was changed into the fourth Thursday in November by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1941 to give the country an economic boost.

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http://www.americanmint.com/artikelansicht-President+Abraham+Lincoln+Commemorative+Coin-0-1711632-2000-2.html