Item Bicentennial Ingot Collection
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Bicentennial Council of the Thirteen Original States Official Bicentennial Ingots Offered detailing the HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES REVOLUTIONARY WAR. Ther are 70 *Sealed Proof Condition Ingots detailing 70 individual events of the Revolutionary War, from the Boston Tea Party on December 16, 1773 to the Surrender of The British at Yorktown, Virginia on October 19 1781. Each Event Ingot has the shipping envelope with a date similar to the event and from the City, Country and/or State that each event occurred in, with each Ingot sealed in *Plastic and placed in an envelope that was POST MARKED on the same day and from the same City, State or Country that the event occurred with a detailed History of each event on the back of each envelope. The Set Is Complete & Stored in its Original Heavy Duty Binder With Six Steel Removable Binding Rods In Excellent Condition, along with paper work and the envelope conmtaining special inspection gloves. The total estimated weight 1.84 grams each ingot X 70 = 128.80 Troy Ounces of Sterling Silver.
Estimated Retail Replacement
Estimated Retail Replacement Value $2689.00
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