Seven Collectibles in One
Get maximum fun during your hobby hours with this scarce collectible! It honors the 300th, 350th and 375th anniversary of the Pilgrims’ landing in a unique way:
• 1920 Silver 50¢ US commemorative coin – only 170,000 known distributed for the 300th anniversary
• Complete set of three 1920 Pilgrim Tercentenary commemorative stamps
• 1970 6¢ Pilgrims’ Landing stamp marking 350 years on 1995 First Day Cover honoring the issuance of the 29¢ Pledge of Allegiance stamp
Deluxe presentation folder plus encapsulated coin, stamps and cover protect this historic keepsake. Send for yours now.
The Pilgrims Journey to America
The Pilgrims never intended to be wanderers. They were devout Christians who felt that only by a breaking of all ties with the Church of England could they retain their integrity before God. They went to Holland first, but their plight didn’t improve. So they set sail for America on September 16, 1620.
The Pilgrims first arrived in America on November 11, 1620. Before going ashore, 41 of the male passengers signed the Mayflower Compact, agreeing to follow the laws they would eventually set. They spent about a month collecting firewood and scouting for a place to build a settlement. Around December 10 they found a spot they liked and returned to the Mayflower. The Pilgrims then sailed the ship to Plymouth Harbor and came ashore on December 21.