Battle of Lexington And Concord Battles of the American Revolution Gold Clad Coin features the hallmark battle that started the Revolutionary War with the British Empire. Fought on April 19, 1775 this battle would set the course for the eventual Declaration Of Independence from King George and Britain. The battles of Lexington and Concord were the first military engagements of the American Revolutionary War. The battles were fought on April 19, 1775 in Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, within the towns of Lexington, Concord, Lincoln, Menotomy, and Cambridge. The reverse side displays Captain John Parker the colonial militia officer that led the brave and patriotic future Americans against the British redcoats. His birth on July 13th, 1729 and death September 17, 1775 are shown along with his valiant and commanding presence on this one of a kind US military historical coin.
This US military coin is one of a series of Battles of the American Revolution Coins that makes a great part of any patriotic coin collection.
Battle of Lexington And Concord Battles of the American Revolution Gold Clad Coin Product Details
- Highly detailed 3D Coin
- 24 Karat Gold Clad Clad
- 4 mm thickness
- 2″ Size
This is just one example of the complete set of American Revolutionary War coins offered exclusively by Navycrow.Com. This full collectible coin set includes the Battle Of Saratoga, the Battle Of Bunker Hill, Battle Of Lexington, Battle Of Yorktown, Trenton, Lexington and Concord and the siege of Boston. Each of these masterfully designed and constructed military campaign coins are unique in their approach to both quality and detail. The 3 dimensional design and old world look brings the history of America and her early years to the forefront and serves as a reminder of our heritage and the sacrifices our early Americans made to bring forth a unified United States free from tyranny and oppression. If you have any questions regarding the American Revolution Stirling Silver Clad Coin please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.