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General U.S. Grant Precious Metal Coin Set

  • Officially endorsed by THE NATIONAL CIVIL WAR MUSEUM
  • Contains 3 coins, each luxuriously layered in a different precious metal
  • Highly detailed portrait of Union General Ulysses S. Grant
  • Available

Total: $98.00

Ulysses Grant was the greatest Union hero of the Civil War. His hard-nosed fighting style won... more
General U.S. Grant Precious Metal Coin Set

Ulysses Grant was the greatest Union hero of the Civil War. His hard-nosed fighting style won him the nickname "Unconditional Surrender” Grant. He was the author of the great Union victory at Vicksburg, which irrevocably altered the course of the war. After proving to President Abraham Lincoln that he had the courage to take the fight to the Confederates, Grant was elevated to an exalted militaryrank of General of the Army, a rank previously held only by George Washington. Incredibly popular with his men, Grant was a general the soldiers were willing to fight and die for. In a defining momentof our nation's history, he accepted Confederate General Robert E. Lee's surrender at Appomattox, ending the Civil War. 

Plus, Grant's stellar service to our country extended beyond the battlefield. In 1868, three years after the conclusion of the Civil War, Grant took advantage of his enormous popularity to wage a successful presidential campaign. At age 45, he became the youngest person ever elected. Grant went on to serve two terms as president. Notable accomplishments during his time in office included the stabilization of the post-war economy, the creation of the U.S. Department of Justice, and the development and implementation of the first Civil Service Commission. 

Grant again ran for the presidency in 1880, but his bid for a third term in office fell short. He died at his Wilton, NY, cottage in 1885 after a battle with throat cancer. A true warrior to the end, Grant spent his last months fighting through the pain of his illness to complete his memoir, The Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant, which became a critical and commercial success after his death.

Our Ulysses S. Grant Coin Pays a Fitting Tribute to a True American Hero

Meticulously designed by American Mint – in conjunction with The National Civil War Museum – for the Sesquicentennial of the Civil War, this set of three remarkable coins commemorates the strength and honor of the Union’s greatest general. Each coin features a highly detailed image of Ulysses S. Grant on the obverse and is exquisitely layered in a precious metal: one in 24k gold, one in .999 pure silver, and one is pure platinum! The reverse side of the Ulysses Grant coin features a depiction of "The Northern Leaders of the Civil War."

Issued in 2011, we've limited the minting of the Ulysses Grant coin to only 1861 pieces, making it a relatively rare item. These coins are minted to the highest quality “Proof” standard and come in a beautiful wooden collector box, custom crafted to preserve and display your precious coins for generations to come – a true collector’s item.Each coin set also comes with a Certificate of Authenticity, validating its size and materials. Don't miss out on this one-of-a-kind collectible — a must-have item for any Civil War aficionado or fan of our 18th president.

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The Ulysses S. Grant coin is yet another example of American Mint's commitment to offering high-quality products for a reasonable price, providing exceptional value to collectors and non-collectors alike. To order, add the item to your shopping cart and complete the user-friendly checkout step.

Limitation: 1,861 pieces
Diameter: 40 mm
Obverse: Ulysses S. Grant
Reverse: Northern Leaders of the Civil War
Material: Cu silver satin, 24k gold satin, platinum polished
Quality: Proof
Issue year: 2011

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