The Barack Obama Victory Plate

Now you can own a piece of history! Celebrate the victorious election of our 44th President of the United States, America’s first African American Commander, with the commemorative plate from the American Historic Society™. The Historic Victory Plate™ is a priceless work of art featuring the triumphant President-Elect surrounded by the American flag and spectacular fireworks celebration. This first collectors issue plate celebrates with the inscription “Change Has Come” scripted in 22K Gold text. The back displays the seal of the American Historic Society and documents the historic electoral and popular vote totals on election day.


History was made on November 4, 2008 as American elected its first African American President, Barack Obama. President Obama will be inaugurated in 2009, which is the 200th anniversary of the birth of another great American President, Abraham Linbcoln

Fittingly, it was President Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation which ended the practice of slavery in the United States making it possible for an African American to become our President.

In a solemn tribute to this proud moment in history, National Collectors Mint is releasing the legal tender Lincoln-Obama Presidential Dollar. This magnificent silver clad coin features the well known portrait of President Lincoln on the obverse, along with the dates 1809 for his birth, 1909 for his appearance on the first Lincoln penny and 2009, the 200th anniversary of his birth.

On the reverse, over the familiar eagle, in full color is a portrait of President-elect Barack Obama, with the legend President of the United States, January 20th, 2009.

Each non-circulating Liberian dollar is clad in 71 milligrams .999 pure silver and then enhanced with full photo-realistic color by the National Collectors Mint. Each coin also comes complete with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Due to high demand there is a limit of 5 coins per order.

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