Set of 4 Blue Centennial Plates by Fenton
All Plates are boxed. Discription of picture on the back.
Plate #1 Issued January 1, 1973 - In 1775 the people of the American Colonies were becoming convinced that they could no longer be subjected to the dictates of a foreign power. Patrick Henry echoed the conviction, when he issued the ultimate challenge . . . "Give me liberty or give me death"
Plate #2 Issued January 1, 1974 - On July 4th 1776, fifty-six courageous men voted their approval of a Declaration of Independence. This document formally announced the dramatic birth of a new nation . . . The United States of America
Plate #3 Issued January 1, 1975 - Once declared, Independence had yet to be won. At Valley Forge during the bitter cold winter of 1777 and 1778, General George Washington and his troops placed their trust in their Creator, then successfully pitted their courage against seemingly overwhelming odds.
Plate #4 Issued January 1, 1776 - "Proclaim Liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof." Two centuries later this proclamation still rings. The Liberty Bell with its simple inscription has become one of the most cherished and revered symbols of American Freedom.
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