2007 Thomas Jefferson's Liberty Medal- 3rd Presidency - First Spouse Medal Series
LIMITED ITEM. SURPLUS - PREVIOUSLY OWNED. Once they are gone we may not get any more. Sold As Is - NON-REFUNDABLE.
Great for anyone's collection, a great gift or for those history buffs out there. Thomas Jefferson's wife Martha died in 1782. Married in 1772, Thomas Jefferson was a widower for 19 years when he became President in 1801.
These coins originally belonged to a coin collector who stored it in our safe for years. Eventually we acquired his collection in the condition he left it and other than sealing it in plastic it is sold as he left it.
Features of the Coin:
- Condition: Preowned in Excellent condition - never opened from original packaging - 2 identical coins each sold separately
- Obverse: Martha Skelton Jefferson with Inscriptions Liberty, 3rd Presidency, 1801–1809
- Reverse: Inscriptions United States of America, E Pluribus Unum
- Size: 1.25"Diameter
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