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United States Mint Little Rock Coin and Medal Set African American Coins-A Closer Look InsideThe Set Pt.4
This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series United States Mint Little Rock Coin and Medal Set African American Coins-A Closer Look InsideThe Set Pt.1 The entire Little Rock Commemorative Coin and Medal Set sits inside a cardboard … Continue reading
United States Mint Little Rock Coin and Medal Set African American Coins-A Closer Look InsideThe Set Pt.3
This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series United States Mint Little Rock Coin and Medal Set African American Coins-A Closer Look InsideThe Set Pt.1 The coins are encased inside an inner cover. There is narrative on each … Continue reading
The Little Rock Commemorative Bronze and Silver Coin Set had a limited mintage. Actually only 25,000 bronze and silver coin sets were created. Read more about the coin set on the USMint.gov.
As I explore more and more about history of the Little Rock Commemorative Coin became curious about what they were doing since they were in High School. So, I found this article which gives a short summary. So read Where … Continue reading
African American Coins -Read What the US Mint’s Page for Young Collectors Have to Say About the Little Rock Commemorative Coin
The US Mint has a special section dedicated to educating young people called H.I.P. Pocket Change. Take a few seconds to read what they have shared with young folks about the Little Rock Commemorative Coin. You can get access to … Continue reading
Take a break and view the video segment of C-Span’s coverage of the entire discussion of the legislation for Little Rock Commemorative coin. Hear the discussion by our political leaders in 2005.
African American Coins-What Was the Public Law Behind the Creation of the Little Rock Commemorative Coin
What was the Public Law behind the creation of the Little Rock Commemorative Coin? Read PUBLIC LAW 109–146—DEC. 22, 2005 by clicking this link.
The Little Rock Commemorative Coin Set is a little known tribute to African American Coin History. The United States Mint begin taking orders for the Little Rock Central High School Desegregation 50th Anniversary Silver Dollar at 12:00 noon (ET) on … Continue reading