Along with the commemorative U.S. postal stamp, there will be a set of collaborative commemorative coins issued by both the U.S. Mint and the Royal Mint, to show the departure and arrival in 1620. The U.S. coin features a Native American man and woman farming with "Sustainers of Life" above the picture and "People of the Dawn" below. On the other side are male & female pilgrims, the ship and the words "Civil Body Politick" above and "Mayflower Compact" below. The British coin is apparently real money, as it says "2 Pounds" and has Queen Elizabeth II on one side. The other has a large image of the ship with "1620," "2020," and "Mayflower." There is apparently an American version that is also worth money, a $10 coin, in 24 karat gold. Here is the link to the U.S. Mint web site, which presumably somewhere tells you how to order a set. Below are the images in silver but the web site shows the gold versions as well.
Dr. Maura Mackowski is an Arizona research historian who enjoys the challenge of looking for Mayflower descendants, hers and anyone else's.
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