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34 Wedding-Themed Coins in Various Finishes (79579)

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money / Exonumia Start Price:125.00 USD Estimated At:250.00 - 550.00 USD
34 Wedding-Themed Coins in Various Finishes   (79579)
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Northwest Territorial Mint produced a series of wedding-themed coins that couples have used as gifts of appreciation to their attendants and guests. This is a nearly complete sample set of five different designs in five different finishes and metal types. All are encapsulated and in excellent "mint condition." The five finish/metal styles represented are: A. Antiqued Nickel B. Proof-like Nickel C. Antiqued Bronze
D. Proof-like Copper E. Merlin Gold (Proof-like brass) The five designs include: A. Obverse:Two doves facing a cross with an enameled background and "United In Christ" below; Reverse: Ephesians 4:2 [one of each finish/metal style]. B. Obverse: Two linked rings over a cross with an enameled background and "United in Christ" below; Reverse: Ephesians 4:2 [one of each finish/metal style]. C. Obverse: "A Life Ahead" with rear view of newlyweds driving off with "Just Married" sign on the car; Reverse: "State of bliss" license plate with "I [heart] U" [two of each finish/metal style]. D. Obverse: "LOVE NEVER ENDS", text of Corinthians 13:7, and engravable space; Reverse: Military newlyweds driving off with "Just Married" sign on back of the Jeep. [two of each finish/metal style]. E. Obverse: "LOVE NEVER ENDS", text of Corinthians 13:7, and engravable space; Reverse: "Fidelity, Commitment, Honor" with steepled church and a six-sabre wedding arch beside an eagle design similar to the Great Seal of the United States [two in Style C and two in Style E] These come from the liquidation of Northwest Territorial Mint.

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