Battle of Lexington Centennial

1875 · HK-17

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Date 1875
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“What a glorious morning for America” Samuel Adams exclaimed after the Battle of Lexington, April 19, 1875, which marked the beginning of the Revolutionary War. Dies by Henry Mitchell from design by Edward Griffin Porta. The gold, silver and bronze medals were struck at the Philadelphia Mint, the white metal pieces were privately minted later.

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1870


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