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HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY A VERY SPECIAL COIN FOR YOURSELF OR YOUR FAVORITE MARINE: AN UNCIRCULATED 90% SILVER DOLLAR ISSUED BY THE U.S. MINT TO COMMEMORATE THE 230TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS ON NOVEMBER 10TH, 2005.
You will receive a satin finish brilliant uncirculated Marine Corps 230th Anniversary Silver Dollar and a Certificate of Authenticity packaged in a dark blue United States Mint gift box inside a protective dark blue outer jacket.
The face of the coin depicts Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal's Pulitzer Prize winning photograph of the flag raising atop Mount Suribachi on the Japanese Island of Iwo Jima on February 23, 1945. The coin's reverse features an engraving of the Eagle, Globe and Anchor, official emblem of the United States Marine Corps since 1868.
Although the Proof is very popular, this coin is actually much rarer than the Proof. The Mint produced a total of 600,000 Marine Corps Commemoratives. Of these, only 180,000 are the Uncirculated version. They then used 50,000 coins to produce the Coin
& Stamp Set. THIS MEANS ONLY 130,000 MARINES OR COMMEMORATIVE COLLECTORS CAN OWN THIS COIN!
THESE COINS WERE SOLD OUT AT THE MINT WITHIN 30 DAYS OF ISSUE. I HAVE THEM IN STOCK READY TO SHIP TODAY. THERE IS HIGH DEMAND FOR THESE POPULAR COINS SO BUY YOURS NOW.
The images shown are actual pictures of one of the coins.
The images are darker than the actual coins. The actual coin is "blast white with a strong strike and outstanding eye appeal.
Buyer to pay $5.50 for shipping USPS First Class Mail Insured. The coin will be shipped in a plastic bag inside a small corrugated box to avoid crushing the original government packaging.
You may return this coin within 7 days of receipt as long as the coin and government packaging are returned in the same condition as when sold. Please notify me at email@example.com before you return the coin.
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