George Washington Battlefield Flag Coin
George Washington Battlefield Flag Coin
George Washington Battlefield Flag Coin
George Washington Battlefield Flag Coin
George Washington Battlefield Flag Coin
George Washington Battlefield Flag Coin
George Washington Battlefield Flag Coin
George Washington Battlefield Flag Coin
George Washington Battlefield Flag Coin
George Washington Battlefield Flag Coin

George Washington Battlefield Flag Coin

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George Washington's battlefield flag, that he is rumored to have designed himself, went with him almost everywhere he went, showing up on battlefields, camps and his headquarters at Valley Forge. A replica flies outside Valley Forge and the only version of an original is in a museum, donated by an ancestor of George Washington's sister that was passed down throughout their family.
But not many people know about it! Do you know why? Because it only rarely shows up in historical documentation. It shows up in a few paintings and a few instances of written correspondence.
Don't miss your chance to own this piece of heirloom quality American history.
The original flag we mentioned is in the possession of the American Revolution Center in Philadelphia.

This 2" heirloom quality raised-brass coin with a protective coat, is of one of the most rare secrets of the American Revolutionary War era and is a must have for any American who respects one of our nation's greatest men, our first American President and our nation's Revolutionary War spirit.

 And if you know the quality and have read the reviews on all other coins, you know you are in for something special. We can't find the words to express how excited we are about this coin!

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JOHN OMEARA
Our First Commander-in-Chief

Loved the coin. Sent it to my grandson.

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Duane W
G.W. Battlefield Flag

Awesome Coin and momento of out Firtt President and General of our country. I was impressed with the look and feel of the coin. Exceeded expectations!!

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Lawrence Owen

George Washington Battlefield Flag Coin

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Paul Chrisope
Ice coin

It is a nice coin but I do need to say that the thickness of a coin is odd. Your other coins are thinner I like it it’s a nice coin overall five out of five

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Stephen Dougherty
George Washington Battlefield Flag Coin

First time I received two coins at once. And once again
I was extremely satisfied with the detail and quality
that these particular type of coins behold. The groundbreaking history shown through these masterpieces should excite any American historian
or avid collector of what might come to be an elaborate collection of vintage historic depictions that coursed through America's veins at the very critical
moments in time that solidified this nation as a whole.
If at all possible, especially if newer coins should become available, a coin display case might be a way of taking a good look at what was fought for and ultimately sacrificed entirely for. Our history is fading today due to the severe incompetence of individuals that simply do not care about America's glorious rich history fought and paid for by the very blood of our own brave men and women throughout our history.
God bless our troops! God bless America!

Dedicated to Our
First American President

George Washington's battlefield flag, that he is rumored to have designed himself, went with him almost everywhere he went, showing up on battlefields, camps and his headquarters at Valley Forge. A replica flies outside Valley Forge and the only version of an original is in a museum, donated by an ancestor of George Washington's sister that was passed down throughout their family.

Rare Secret of
The American Revolutionary War

But not many people know about it! Do you know why? Because it only rarely shows up in historical documentation. It shows up in a few paintings and a few instances of written correspondence.
The original flag we mentioned is in the possession of the American Revolution Center in Philadelphia.