USS Constellation Centennial Diamond Anniversary Commemorative Rounds, 1972
USS Constellation Centennial Diamond Anniversary Commemorative Rounds, 1972. This lot of seven rounds commemorates the 175th Anniversary of the U.S. Navy’s oldest warship, the frigate USS Constellation. Four of the rounds were struck at the US Mint in Philadelphia in .925 sterling silver and feature the ship in full sail firing cannons to the obverse and eagle to the reverse. The remaining three were all struck with metal that had once been used aboard the USS Constellation. Silver round specs: Designer: Donald F. Stewart. Metal content: 92.5% silver, 7.5% copper. Diameter: approx. 31mm. Weight: 20.1 grams(each). Wear varies across the lot with moderate to heavy oxidation of the three non-silver rounds.
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- wear varies across the lot; moderate to heavy oxidation of the three non-silver rounds.
- measures shipping box.