Gifts / Souvenirs Plumas County Sesquicentennial Coin

Plumas County Sesquicentennial Coin

Plumas County Sesquicentennial Coin
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This Sesquicentennial Coin was designed by Patrick Cook of Graeagle for the 150th anniversary of Plumas County in 2004. Privately minted for us by the Marshall Mint & Museum in Virginia City, NV., the front of this double-sided coin features a sun rising over the natural beauty of the Sierra Nevada, while the obverse of the coin has symbols representing Plumas County: A pick and shovel represents gold mining, a U.S. flag designates our part in the Union, and a golden feather represents our County name, "Plumas, " which is Spanish for feather. Each coin comes sealed in a protective plastic casing which completely seals the coin and a black storage box bearing the Plumas County seal. This coin makes a great souvenir of your time spent in the golden richness of Plumas County and also makes a great gift! Comes with Certificate of Authenticity. Mirrored-finsh. 1.75" in diameter in a 3 x3" presentation box.
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Mountain Maidu and Pioneers
Northern Maidu, The
Plumas County Historical Cookbook
 
Quincy (Images of America series)
Date Nails
Donation - 1000.00
 
Army Surveys of Gold Rush California, The
Gems & Gold in the West
Montgomery Ward & Co. Catalog & Buyers Guide

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