The Martinsburg Medal was made to commemorate the Inaugural Battlefield Coin Show in Martinsburg, WV™ on November 14-15, 2014.  This
beautiful medal was designed by Alan Stullenbarger utilizing the Antietam Commemorative obverse and a beautiful Civil War token reverse.  
Antietam was chosen for its beauty, history and proximity to Martinsburg (25 miles).  This show was only a one time show due to the tax laws
concerning "transient vendors" in West Virginia, which makes this medal even more collectible.   

Struck in ultra high relief which produces a 3D effect. Made of a zinc alloy, measuring 38mm or approximately 1 1/2 inches in diameter.  Very few
of the original limited mintage of 250 remain.
                                                                               $5.00 each plus $1.50 shipping
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The New Market Medal was made to commemorate the town of New Market, Maryland.  This beautiful medal features a rendition of the Flowing
Haired Miss Liberty from the 1793 Large Cent, which was the year New Market was started and the Conestoga Wagon from the Oregon Trail
Commemorative.  The Conestoga wagon pays tribute to those settling the western United States who traveled the Baltimore Turnpike, which New
Market was a rest stop for.

Another amazingly struck beauty in ultra high relief which produces a 3D effect. Made of a zinc alloy, measuring 38mm or approximately 1 1/2
inches in diameter.     Very few of the original mintage of 250 remain.
                                                                               $5.00 each plus $1.50 shipping
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The medal that started it all!  The Inaugural Gettysburg Medal was made to commemorate the Inaugural Battlefield Coin Show in Gettysburg,
PA™ on September 20-21, 2014.  The obverse features the Gettysburg Commemorative showing both a Union and a Confederate veteran, with
the reverse showing the flags of both sides from the Civil War.  The obverse is struck in ultra high relief which produces a 3D effect, with the
reverse in normal relief.

Made of a zinc alloy, measuring 38mm or approximately 1 1/2 inches in diameter, This beautiful medal with a mintage of 250, sold out within 30
days of being offered for sale.  I repurchased 2 on the open market and am able to offer them here.  Currently only 2 in stock.   
                                                                               $20.00 each plus $1.50 shipping
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In September 2013, myself, Alan Stullenbarger (CoinZip) and Bill Waltman (BJ Knuckles) decided to start
a Coin Show in September of each year in Gettysburg, PA.  We decided to name the show  The National
Battlefield Coin Show™.

Brainstorming, we came up with the idea to make limited edition medals which represented an event or
occurrence that happened or reflected the community.  We decided each medal would be limited to 250
and we would offer them to the public at/or just above cost.  

The inaugural medal featured the obverse of the Gettysburg Commemorative and crossed Union and
Confederate flags of the time period from the Battle of Gettysburg.  This medal was a success and sold
out within the month we released them.  Currently, they are selling at a premium on Ebay and at shows, if
you are able to find one.  

The National Battlefield Coin Show for 2017 is larger, has a more indepth 3 dimensional picture and
includes red, white and blue colors on the obverse.  

Start your Battlefield Coin Show medal collection today.
The 2017 National Battlefield Coin Show™ is the best produced so far!  Both sides are ultra high relief 3D! The obverse features the inaugural
promotional picture of Alan (left side), Mike (seated) and Bill (right side) in front of an enameled American flag.  The reverse features the
Pennsylvania 17th Cavalry Regiment, 2nd Brigade, 1st Division of the Army of the Potomac of the Union Army monument in Gettysburg National
Military Park.  Limited to 250 pieces.

This is the fourth in the series of medals issued for The National Battlefield Coin Show™
.  This medal is larger than previous years in order to
fully enjoy the 3D effect, is stuck in a zinc alloy, 2 inches (50.8mm) in diameter.  Another limited edition collectible from Battlefield Coin
Shows.                                                                          $5.00 plus $1.50 shipping.  
The 2016 National Battlefield Coin Show™ medal obverse features a bust of President Abraham Lincoln facing left with the United States flag in
the background.  The reverse features the Pennsylvania State Memorial Monument which stands along Cemetery Ridge in Gettysburg National
Military Park.  The monument is a tribute to the 34,000+ Pennsylvania sons who fought in the Battle of Gettysburg. Limited to 250 pieces

This is the third in the series of medals issued for The National Battlefield Coin Show™.  The medals are stuck in a zinc alloy, the thickness of a
silver dollar and 1 1/2 inches (38.1mm) in diameter.  Another limited edition collectible from Battlefield Coin Shows.                           
                                                                                   $5.00 plus $1.50 shipping.  
The 2015 obverse features a representation of Confederate President Jefferson Davis.  We commissioned an artist to render his impression of
Jefferson Davis by utilizing 4 known portraits and his artistic ability. Our artist's portrait of Jefferson Davis is stunning.  The reverse
features the Confederate Half dollar, which is appropriate considering the use of the Confederate President's bust.  Upon searching, we could
find no medals which featured both the Confederate President and the Confederate half dollar reverse together.

This is the second in the series of medals issued for The National Battlefield Coin Show™.  The medals are stuck in a zinc alloy, the thickness of
a silver dollar and 1 1/2 inches (38.1mm) in diameter.  Another limited edition collectible from Battlefield Coin Shows.                           
                                                                                  $5.00 plus $1.50 shipping.  
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