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Born in a log cabin in Kentucky in 1809, Abraham Lincoln worked as a storekeeper, rail-splitter, postmaster, surveyor, and lawyer before becoming the 16th President of the United States. His election in 1860 was quickly followed by the secession of several Southern states and the start of the Civil War. On April 14, 1865, five days after the war ended, Lincoln was shot by John Wilkes Booth and died the next day. This 90 cent stamp, issued by the National Bank Note Company in 1869, features an engraving of Lincoln based on a photo by Mathew Brady.
Limitation 9,999 complete collections Material Cu, silver-plated with sticker Weight 32 g Measures Diameter: 40 mm Quality Proof Issue Year 2012 Order quantity Customer can order up to 5 pieces Reverse Presidential Stamps Obverse Abraham Lincoln
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