National Battlefield Coin Show™

Eisenhower Hotel Ballroom

2634 EmmitsBurg Road

Gettysburg, PA  17325

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For most of our shows, we make medals to commemorate the show.  Each is limited to 250 and are made of a zinc type of alloy.  

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The Spring 2020 National Battlefield Coin Show™ medal features the portrait of Battlefield Coin Show's Vice President of Communications, Bill Waltman.  The reverse features the Signal Communications flags from the United States Military.  This was a fitting tribute since Bill served as a Mobile Radio Communications Operator in Vietnam and is our Vice President of Communications.

This medal is produced in 3D and the portrait and flags "jump" off the coin.  Each medal is 38.1 mm in diameter, 250 manufactured and made of a zinc alloy.
$5.00 each plus $2.00 shipping.   

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The Fall National Battlefield Coin Show™ medal for 2019 features the bust of Stonewall Jackson with the F on the right hand side designating the Fall show.  General Jackson's portrait is magnificent on this medal and we are extremely proud of it!

The reverse features General Jackson's trusted traveling companion "Little Sorrel" who he was riding whenever he was fatally wounded in Chancellorsville.

This medal is produced in 3D and the portrait and horse "jump" off the coin.  Each medal is 38.1 mm in diameter, 250 manufactured and made of a zinc alloy.$5.00 each plus $2.00 shipping.  

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The Inaugural Spring Show medal features an ultra high relief portrait of Confederate General Robert E. Lee in front of the Confederate Battle flag.  The front has the "S" identifier for the Spring show.  The reverse features General Lee's trusted traveling companion Traveler.

This is the 1st in the series for Spring medals and the 6th medal made for the Battlefield Coin Show.™  

This medal is produced in 3D and the portrait and horse "jump" off the coin.  Each medal is 38.1 mm in diameter, 250 manufactured and made of a zinc alloy.$5.00 each plus $2.00 shipping.  

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The 5th Annual Coin show medal for 2018 is based on the 1792 Washington cent with the bust facing left.  The reverse features the reverse of the rare 1796 quarter dollar. 

This medal is produced in 3D and the portrait and eagle "jump" off the coin.  Each medal is 38.1 mm in diameter, 250 manufactured and made of a zinc alloy.   $5.00 each plus $2.00 shipping.  

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The 2016 National Battlefield Coin Show™ medal obverse features a bust of President Abraham Lincoln facing left with the United States flag in the background.  The reverse features the Pennsylvania State Memorial Monument which stands along Cemetery Ridge in Gettysburg National Military Park.  The monument is a tribute to the 34,000+ Pennsylvania sons who fought in the Battle of Gettysburg.

This medal is produced in 3D and the portrait and eagle "jump" off the coin.  Each medal is 38.1 mm in diameter, 250 manufactured and made of a zinc alloy.   $5.00 each plus $2.00 shipping.

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The obverse features a representation of Confederate President Jefferson Davis.  We commissioned an artist to render his impression of Jefferson Davis by utilizing 4 known portraits and his artistic ability. Our artist's portrait of Jefferson Davis is stunning.  

 

The reverse features the Confederate Half dollar, which is appropriate considering the use of the
Confederate President's bust.  Upon searching, we could find no medals which featured both the
Confederate President and the Confederate half dollar reverse together.

This medal is produced in 3D and the portrait and reverse "jump" off the coin.  Each medal is 38.1 mm in diameter, 250 manufactured and made of a zinc alloy.   $5.00 each plus $2.00 shipping.

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The obverse depicts a representation of Miss Liberty which was originally used on the 1793 United States Large cent, with the reverse depicting James Earle Fraser's Conestoga covered wagon from the Oregon Trail Commemorative half dollar.  Struck in Ultra high relief which makes the sides "jump" off the coin at you in 3D.

Miss Liberty from 1793 was used in honor of the founding of New Market in 1793 and the Conestoga wagon was used to honor New Market being a stop on the Baltimore/National Turnpike carrying the Conestoga wagons which were instrumental in establishing the western part of the United States.

This medal is produced in 3D and the portrait and reverse "jump" off the coin.  Each medal is 38.1 mm in diameter, 250 manufactured and made of a zinc alloy.   $5.00 each plus $2.00 shipping.

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The first (and only) Martinsburg, WV medal's obverse depicts Generals Lee and McClellan from the obverse of the Antietam commemorative which exhibits a letter P on the right hand side of the coin to show it was to be sold to the Public. The reverse depicts a famous Civil War token.  The initial idea was to have 3 medals struck with each having either a P for Public, a D for Dealers or an S for medals to be sold at the show. 

Due to tax laws for Transient Vendors in West Virginia, this show only existed for the one time in
November, 2014.  The idea for the P,D or S designations on the medals died with the Martinsburg, WV show.  

This medal is produced in 3D and the portrait and reverse "jump" off the coin.  Each medal is 38.1 mm in diameter, 250 manufactured and made of a zinc alloy.   $5.00 each plus $2.00 shipping.

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Mon-Fri   9am-6pm
Saturday 9am-1pm
Sunday   Closed
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