2015 Coin & Chronicles Set – Harry S. Truman ANACS 69

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2015 Coin & Chronicles Set – Harry S. Truman ANACS 69

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The 2015 Coin and Chronicles Set includes a 2015 Harry S. Truman $1 Reverse Proof Coin minted in Philadelphia (found only in this set!), a Truman Presidential Silver Medal, a 1973 U.S. eight–cent Harry S. Truman postage stamp and an informative booklet covering some history from Truman’s early years through his presidency.

These items are displayed in a beautiful display box that is very gift–worthy.

Truman $1 Reverse Proof Coin

Struck with a beautiful reverse proof finish, this coin’s designs have large, dramatic artwork and edge–incused inscriptions of the year, “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” and the mint mark. It features a likeness of Truman on the obverse (heads) with the inscriptions “HARRY S. TRUMAN,” “IN GOD WE TRUST,” “33rd PRESIDENT” and “1945–1953.” All Presidential $1 Coins have a common reverse (tails) design featuring a striking rendition of the Statue of Liberty. Inscriptions are “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” and “$1.”

Presidential Silver Medal

The obverse of the Harry S. Truman Presidential Silver Medal depicts a bust of the president. Inscriptions include “PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES” and “HARRY S. TRUMAN.” The reverse shows a view of the south portico of the White House after reconstruction and the Presidential Seal. Inscriptions include “INAUGURATED,” “APRIL 12, 1945,” “JANUARY 20, 1949.”

Harry S. Truman Stamp (issued in 1973)

Before becoming president, Harry S. Truman served as a captain in the U.S. Army field artillery in France during World War I. His experience in “The Great War” made him intimately aware of the suffering of soldiers under fire. As a result, one of his greatest concerns as a wartime president near the end of World War II was to conclude the hostilities as quickly as possible while sparing as many men as he could. Truman is also remembered for his 1948 Executive Order integrating America’s armed forces.