On April 19, 1775, the morning after Paul Revere's legendary ride to warn that the British were on the march, a small group of colonial militia faced down the Redcoats at Lexington, Massachusetts and again at Concord – ring “the shot heard around the world.” In 1925, on the 150th anniversary of those historic first Revolutionary War battles, a limited number of U.S. commemorative half dollars were struck in 90% silver to honor the occasion.
The obverse depicts the revered Minuteman statue in Concord while the reverse features dual 1775-1925 dating and the Belfry at Lexington whose bell broadcast Paul Revere's warning that the British were coming! Just 162,013 Lexington-Concord silver half dollars were struck, and you can own this desirable classic U.S. commemorative in affordable Genuine condition and presented in a FREE deluxe holder and display box.
- Year: 1925
- Product Type: Single Products
- Presentation: With Holder
- Mint: Philadelphia
- Material: Silver
- Commemorative Series: Lexington-Concord Sesquicentennial (1925)