1 OZ SILVER COIN CSA CONFEDERATE FLAG COIN CIVIL WAR BATTLEFIELD
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 OUNCE .999 FINE SILVER *PROOF*

THESE ARE PROOFS WITH A BEAUTIFUL MIRROR FINISH

VERY RARE COMMEMORATIVE CONFEDERATE BATTLEFIELD COIN 

THIS COIN HAS THE CONFEDERATE SEAL ON THE FRONT

LISTED AROUND THE SEAL IS ALL THE GREAT CONFEDERATE BATTLES 

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COMMEMORATIVE CONFEDERATE BATTLEFIELD COIN 

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The Great Seal of the Confederate States was the official seal of the government of the Confederate States of America, which consisted of eleven states that voted to secede from the United States, leading to the American Civil War.

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Armiger Confederate States of America
Adopted April 30, 1863
   

 

 

The seal prominently features George Washington on horseback, in the same position as the 1858 Virginia Washington Monument, located adjacent to the Confederate Capitol in Richmond, Virginia.[Washington is pictured in his uniform of the Revolution securing American independence.

Washington's first equestrian statue was by Henry Kirke Brown, erected in New York City in 1856. It has since been moved to Union Square in the center of the park. There, the tri-corner hat is held in his left hand rather than atop his head, as depicted in the equestrian statue at the Virginia Capitol, in Richmond. The Union Square statue is duplicated at the Washington Monument at West Point, a bronze statue cast by Clarence P. Towne, dedicated in 1916. Washington was a model for the Confederacy due to his importance in founding a new nation. He was a model in personal character, a military leader for independence, a new nation's political leader, and, not unimportantly for the Confederacy, a slaveholder.

Washington is surrounded with a wreath, which is made of some of the main agricultural products of the Confederate States: wheat, corn, tobacco, cotton, rice and sugar cane. The top margin of the seal features the words "The Confederate States of America: 22 February 1862". This date on the seal commemorates the establishment of the Government of the Confederate States of America in Richmond, Virginia with the inauguration of Jefferson Davis after the only Confederate general election, and is also Washington's birthday.[2

The bottom margin contains the national motto, Deo Vindice (variously translated as "Under God, [Our] Vindicator", "With God as [Our] Champion", "With God as [Our] Judge", and "Under the Guidance and Protection of God"). The Confederate Senator Thomas Semmes, in proposing this motto, took pains to stress that the CSA had "deviated in the most emphatic manner from the spirit that presided over the construction of the Constitution of the United States, which is silent on the subject of the Deity".

Condition PROOF-BOXED
Material .999 Fine Silver
Product Year 2009
Product Size 39 mm
Weight 1 troy oz / 31.1 gr
AOCS Trade Value 50


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1 OZ SILVER COIN CSA CONFEDERATE FLAG COIN CIVIL WAR BATTLEFIELD

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