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The National Bicentennial Set by American Revolution Bicentennial Commission

Category:  Token & Medals
Owner:  BMetoyer
Last Modified:  4/6/2022
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Slot: 1974 38mm 1st CONTINENTAL CONGRESS SILVER
Origin/Country: United States
Design Description: U.S. MINT MEDALS - SWOGER
Item Description: 38mm 1974 SWO-52IVa 1st CONTINENTAL CONGRESS REVOLUTION BICENTENNIAL
Grade: NGC PF 68 ULTRA CAMEO
Research: View Coin
Owner Comments
One of 21 total medals produced for the 1976 Bicentennial celebration of the American Independence of 1776.

Minted by the US Mint under the supervision of the American Revolution Bicentennial Commission (ARBC) in 1974 this silver proof version had an ultra-cameo finish and is PF 68 grade.

These medals are fun to collect and easy to obtain in all but the top pop grade.
Slot: 1976 38mm DECLAR. OF INDEPENDENCE SILVER
Origin/Country: United States
Design Description: U.S. MINT MEDALS - SWOGER
Item Description: 38mm 1976 SWO-52VIa DECLAR. OF INDEPENDENCE REVOLUTION BICENTENNIAL
Grade: NGC PF 69 ULTRA CAMEO
Research: View Coin
Owner Comments
One of 21 total medals produced for the 1976 Bicentennial celebration of the American Independence of 1776.

Minted by the US Mint under the supervision of the American Revolution Bicentennial Commission (ARBC) in 1976 this silver proof version had an ultra-cameo finish and is PF 69 grade.

These medals are fun to collect and easy to obtain in all but the top pop grade.
Slot: 76mm NATIONAL BICENTENNIAL Medal Matte Sliver
Origin/Country: United States
Design Description: U.S. MINT MEDALS - SWOGER
Item Description: 76mm 1976 SWO-52IAb NATIONAL BICENTENNIAL F. GASPARRO
Grade: NGC MS 67
Research: View Coin
Owner Comments
One of 21 total medals produced for the 1976 Bicentennial celebration of the American Independence of 1776.

Minted by the US Mint under the supervision of the American Revolution Bicentennial Commission (ARBC) in 1976 this Mint State version has a matte finish and is MS 67 grade.

These medals are fun to collect and easy to obtain in all but the top pop grade.

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