This 1925 dated Stone Mountain memorial half dollar silver coin features Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson on its obverse, with the caption: "Memorial to the Valor of the Soldier of the South" on its reverse. The coin is in good condition but does have some areas of darkening on both sides. In the early 20th century, a design to memorialize General Robert E. Lee, created by Gutzon Borglum, was originally to be a huge carved sculpture on a rock outcropping on Stone Mountain, Georgia. Due to the project proving to be too expensive, it was decided that coins with his design be produced and sold as a fundraiser for the memorial instead. This is one of those coins. It is constructed of 90.0% silver and 10.0% copper. It weighs .44 ounces and is approximately 30.61 inches in diameter. This coin will be an excellent addition to any Civil War relic collection. To learn more about the history of these coins click Stone Mountain memorial half dollar.
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