1978 15c Fort McHenry, coil

# 1618C - 1978 15c Fort McHenry, coil

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U.S. #1618C

1978 15¢ Fort McHenry Coil
Americana Series

 

Issue Date: June 30, 1978
City:
Boston, MA
Printed By:
Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Color:
Blue, red, gray

 

On September 13, 1814, Francis Scott Key watched from the Chesapeake Bay as the British bombarded Fort McHenry. In the “dawn’s early light” of the next morning, he saw the 15-star, 15-stripe American flag still flying over the Fort and was inspired to write his immortal poem, “Defense of Fort McHenry.” We know it as our national anthem, “The Star Spangled Banner.”

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U.S. #1618C

1978 15¢ Fort McHenry Coil
Americana Series

 

Issue Date: June 30, 1978
City:
Boston, MA
Printed By:
Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Color:
Blue, red, gray

 

On September 13, 1814, Francis Scott Key watched from the Chesapeake Bay as the British bombarded Fort McHenry. In the “dawn’s early light” of the next morning, he saw the 15-star, 15-stripe American flag still flying over the Fort and was inspired to write his immortal poem, “Defense of Fort McHenry.” We know it as our national anthem, “The Star Spangled Banner.”