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1935 Six-Piece Africa & Hawaii Silver Certificate & War Time Coinage Collection - 431-524

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431-524 - 1935 Six-Piece Africa & Hawaii Silver Certificate & War Time Coinage Collection
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1935 Six-Piece Africa & Haw Silver Certificate & War Time Coinage Collection

There are a few features that distinguish a Silver Certificate. The seal and serial numbers on many of the first Silver Certificates issued were red, brown, and blue. It was not until Series 1899 for the $1, $2, and $5 denominations that the seal and number colors were officially and permanently changed to blue. During World War II the government issued 1935a Silver Certificates with a brown seal for Hawaii distribution and 1935a certificates with a yellow seal for North Africa distribution.

The idea was that if these areas fell into enemy hands during the war, the money could easily be identified and cancelled so as to prevent large monetary losses. • Hawaii Overprint Note is one of a series of banknotes issued during World War II as an emergency issue after the attack on Pearl Harbor. The intent of the overprints was to easily distinguish US currency captured by Japanese forces in the event of an invasion of Hawaii and render said bills useless.

In 1943 when copper was needed for combat related purposes, it became essential for the mint to find a substitute for the copper and they minted the one-year type steel cent. Many of these were disposed of after the war. During World War II by official orders the spent bronze shell cases were retrieved and eventually used for cent metal. The alloy used for these coins is 95% copper and 5% zinc. These pennies became known as shell-case cents. Silver War Nickels - During World War II nickel became a very important metal. In fact it was much needed for the war effort. Between 1942 and 1945 the mint produced the first and only Silver nickel so that the nickel could be used for the war effort.

Dollar Specifications:

  • Quantity: Two
  • Coin Type: Currency
  • Mintage Year: 1935
  • Obverse: George Washington
  • Reverse: Great Seal
  • Nickel Specifications:

  • Quantity: Two
  • Coin Type: Currency
  • Denomonation: Nickle
  • Diameter: 21.21 mm.
  • Mintage Year: 1866-Present
  • Obverse: Jefferson
  • Reverse: Monticello
  • Penny Specifications:

  • Coin Type: Currency
  • Denomonation: Penny
  • Diameter: 19.05 mm.
  • Mintage Year: 1909-Present
  • Obverse: Lincoln
  • Reverse: Lincoln Memorial
  • Manufacturer by American Collectors Mint, LLC.

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