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I have a Geroge Washington Solid Bronze coin which has MOUNT VERNON and a house on the back that saids THE HOME OF GEROGE WASHINGTON  and it also has J.A.HOUDON  in the front  of the coin where Geroge Washington is but it is located on the lower left corner.Could you tell me what kind of coin this is?       Thank's Diane: you can email me back at foxymama49r@aol.com

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It's just a coin sold at Mt. Vernon. That's where I bought mine, at the Mt. Vernon gift shop about 20 years ago. I see them going on ebay for between 5 and 20 bucks fairly regularly. There's nothing particularly special about the coin.

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