Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Detecto92, Mar 21, 2012.
The seller also sent another group of 50 along with the ones I won.
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Wow, that's a nice haul, Dennis. Made your day I'm sure.
@ZoidMeister[/USER] I love the spoon but it's not correct! The shield is a Knights of Malta...not house of Calvert . But the terpenes, oysters are correct.
The battle monument was built right after the war of 1812 of Fort McHenery and the battle of North Point.
That battle was a key victory against the British. As they tried to out flank Baltimore on the North East side of the city. A sniper took out their general with 1 shot...and his second in comand very green decided to retreat.
Ironically the sniper was killed by a British sniper a few days later.
This is very significant as had the British managed to break though that side of Baltimore we may be singing Gad save the King...not the Star Spangled banner... although my family had not arrived in Baltimore until the late 1890's I am very proud of my home town...its history and place in our country.
Neat! I thought the shooting medals were a thing of the past, in fact I've never seen a modern one til now!
Also gotta love the 3¢ fare valuation.
Sweet! I collect transportation tokens! That's a neat one.
Good luck charm for boar hunting? Is it a popular sport in France? I've gotta look into this. I swapped just because I really liked the boar on it. Quite high in relief too.
The boar really is cool looking.
Plated Brass, 21.5mm, 4.18 grams, coin orientation.
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