|The National Battlefield Coin
September 13-14, 2019
"Coin Shows made into a family
|Limited Edition Battlefield Coin Show™ Commemoratives
Ultra High Relief, which makes the portrait and reverse “jump” off the coin at you in 3D.
The 2016 National Battlefield Coin Show™ medal obverse features a bust of President
Abraham Lincoln facing left with the United States flag in the background. The reverse
features the Pennsylvania State Memorial Monument which stands along Cemetery Ridge
in Gettysburg National Military Park. The monument is a tribute to the 34,000+
Pennsylvania sons who fought in the Battle of Gettysburg.
This is the third in the series of medals issued for The National Battlefield Coin Show™.
The medals are stuck in a zinc alloy, the thickness of a silver dollar and 1 1/2 inches (38.1
mm) in diameter. Another limited edition collectible from Battlefield Coin Shows. To
purchase, click Buy Now. $5.00 plus $2.00 shipping.
Ultra High Relief, which makes the portrait and reverse "jump" off the coin at you in 3D.
The obverse features a representation of Confederate President Jefferson Davis. We commissioned an artist
to render his impression of Jefferson Davis by utilizing 4 known
portraits and his artistic ability. Our artist's portrait of Jefferson Davis is stunning. The reverse features the
Confederate Half dollar, which is appropriate considering the use of the
Confederate President's bust. Upon searching, we could find no medals which featured both the
Confederate President and the Confederate half dollar reverse together.
The medals are stuck in a zinc alloy, the thickness of a silver dollar and 1 1/2 inches (38.1mm)
in diameter. Another limited edition collectible from Battlefield Coin Shows. To purchase,
click Buy Now
$5.00 plus $2.00 shipping.
The obverse depicts a representation of Miss Liberty which was originally used on the 1793
United States Large cent, with the reverse depicting James Earle Fraser's Conestoga covered
wagon from the Oregon Trail Commemorative half dollar. Struck in Ultra high relief which
makes the sides "jump" off the coin at you in 3D.
Miss Liberty from 1793 was used in honor of the founding of New Market in 1793 and the
Conestoga wagon was used to honor New Market being a stop on the Baltimore/National
Turnpike carrying the Conestoga wagons which were instrumental in establishing the
western part of the United States. Coin is made of a zinc alloy and about the size of an old
U.S. silver dollar. To Order, click BUY NOW
$5.00 each plus $2.00 shipping.
To contact us:
Battlefield Coin Shows™
5601 Bobolink Place
New Market, MD 21774
The limited edition (250 pieces) National Battlefield Coin Show™ medal for
2018 has arrived. This year it is based on the 1792 Washington cent and the
eagle from the 1796 quarter. This is the 5th in the series, is 38.1mm in
diameter and is made of a zinc alloy. $5.00 each plus 2.00 postage
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The Inaugural Medal for the Spring National Battlefield Coin Shows™ has arrived!
The limited edition (250 pieces) medal features an ultra high relief portrait of
Confederate General Robert E. Lee in front of the Confederate Battle flag. The front
has the "S" identifier for the Spring show. The reverse features General Lee's trusted
traveling companion Traveler.
This is the 1st in the series for Spring medals and the 6th medal made for the Battlefield
Coin Show.™ For those collecting the series, order early, as we expect a sellout.
38.1mm in diameter and made of a zinc alloy.
$5.00 each plus $2.00 postage
The Fall National Battlefield Coin Show™ medal for 2019 features the bust of
Confederate General Stonewall Jackson in front of the Confederate Battle flag.
The F on the right hand side designates the Fall Coin. General Jackson's portrait
is magnificent on this medal and Bill and I are extremely proud of this one!
The reverse features General Jackson's trusted traveling companion "Little
Sorrel" who he was riding whenever he was fatally wounded in Chancellorsville.
Due to the increased cost of licensing the pictures, the cost is $6.00 plus $2.00 Shipping