1944-1945 France Allied Military Currency Set (3 notes) - Littleton Coin Company
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1944-1945 France Allied Military Currency Set (3 notes)

1944-1945 France Allied Military Currency Set (3 notes)

In the early dawn hours of June 6, 1944, the largest sea invasion the world had ever seen got underway. The soldiers who waded ashore that day carried in their pockets Allied Military Currency Francs for use after liberating France from Germany’s control. Now decades later, you can own those very same notes and recall their valor and courage with this historic 1944-45 set.

Printed by the order of General Dwight “Ike” Eisenhower under tight security, the notes were produced at the former Forbes Lithograph Corporation in Chelsea, MA as indicated by the small “F” within the filigree at the lower left. They were printed in advance of the D Day invasion for use by the nearly 3 million troops who participated. Each 3-note set brings you the 2, 5 & 10 Francs in Circulated condition, but still colorful and attractive even after 65 years. Perhaps you had a dad, grandfather or friend who waded ashore that day – a meaningful addition to any collection, paying tribute to bravery and daring.
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