2004 Lewis and Clark Coin and Currency Set
2004 US MINT COMMEMORATIVE LEWIS & CLARK COIN AND CURRENCY SET
In May of 1804, US Army Captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark set out from St. Louis on the epic expedition that would last more than two years, ‘discover’ much of the American continent, and become forever etched in American history as “The Lewis & Clark Expedition.” The United States Mint proudly offers The US Mint Lewis & Clark Coin and Currency Set, a lush collection of coin, currency and stamps memorializing this piece of Americana.
The presentation folder banner page is impressive, with a 2004 uncirculated Lewis and Clark Bicentennial silver dollar, two Westward Journey 2005 nickels, and a Sacagawea golden dollar, each elegant and rotatable in its separate well. Beneath is a dramatic Series 1901 $10 “Bison” United States Note specimen, with engraved portraits of Lewis and Clark. Between the displays is explanation of the significance of these pieces. The side fold contains a silver-plated Peace medal, a replica of the coin Lewis and Clark presented to Indian tribes. Three historic stamps flank the story of this “Journey of Discovery.” Additionally, two booklets complement the set: one with historic facts and stories of the actual expedition; the other addressing The Louisiana Purchase from France in 1803, which sparked interest in expansion to the West Coast of the American continent.
Do not be without this impressive US Mint presentation. Treasure it for yourself, your family, and for your friends.
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