1945 WW II Pacific Theater 8 Coin Presentation Box Set, Certificate and Story Card. Fine

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The Second World War Pacific Theater Eight Coin Presentation Box Set, Certificate as well as Story Card.This impressive collection of 8 coins highlights several of the trademark moments in the Pacific Theater during the Second World War. As Nazi Germany wreaked havoc in Europe, the Japanese Empire, already up in arms with China, looked for to broaden its substantial territorial reach. Japan wished that by assaulting the United States, it might persuade the Americans to promptly involve terms and also permit them complimentary regime in the Pacific. This showed a fatal mistake, as the United States got in the battle on both fronts, transforming the trend toward the Allies.The Coins: 1. French Indo -China, 1/4 cent O: Square surrounds facility hole, grain sprigs & day. R: Denomination. W: 2.6 g, D: 20.5 mm, Metal: zinc. JAPAN KM4 5 & 4 9 This 10 sen coin includes the chrysanthemum, the royal emblem of Japan. 2. Japan, 10 s e n O: Flower like type, ruler & date. R: Chrysanthemum & worth. W:3.75 g; D:22.1 mm; Metal: copper-nickel. 3. British Malaya 1 ce n t O: Head of king. R: Value within circle. W:4.3 g; D:20 mm; Metal: bronze. 4. Netherland East Indies, 1/ 10 gulden O: Crowned arms divide value. R: Inscription within circle. W: 1.25 g 0.0289 oz ASW; D: 15 mm; Metal: silver. 5. Straits Settlements, 1 Ce n t O: Crowned bust of the king. R: Value within handmade circle. W:5.8 g; D:21 mm; Metal: bronze. 6. British-India, 1/ 4 anna O: Crowned head of the king. R: Date and also denomination. W:4.86 g; D:25.5 mm; Metal: bronze This coin includes Liberty with a hammer and also anvil. 7. Philippines, 10 centavo s O: Female (liberty) standing beside hammer and anvil. R: Eagle with wings open over shield. W: 2 g 0.0 482 oz ASW; D: 16.7 mm; Metal: silver. 8. United States, cent Portrait of Abraham Lincoln. R: Denomination. W:2.7 g; D:19 mm; Metal: zinc coated steel.

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