An Encased Quarter for a Boy Scout Troop

Magruder, John
September 2006
Virginia Numismatist;Fall2006, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p8
The article focuses on the effort of the author to design and produce a bimetallic encased coin to be used by the Boy Scouts as a token of appreciation in the U.S. He asked the assistance of bi-metallic coin collector Jack Hepler to contact Kelly Finnegan with Penny Press Mint. Finnegan made the obverse and reverse designs of the coin based from the author's suggestions.


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