The Story of the American Gold Eagle Coin
As collectors know, coins are not only coveted for their intrinsic value and rarity, but because they are works of art as well. One of the most beautiful coins still being minted today is the American Gold Eagle. Created from gold mined solely in America, its two sides feature reliefs designed by highly skilled artists whose names are famous in the world of art and coin design.
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She wasn't meant to be a real eye catcher or a super precise rifle, but a beautifully functioning combat arm and that deserves respect. Ladies and Gents, this is the MAS Modèle 36. Designed and produced in the mid-1930s by the Manufacture d'Armes de Saint-Étienne (MAS), the MAS-36 was a short, carbine-style rifle with a two piece stock and simple slab-sided receiver. It was developed based on experience of French soldiers during the First World War and contains various features from other iconic rifles, like the SMLE, British P14/U.S. Enfield 1917 and the German Gewehr 98. It was meant to replace the old Lebel Model 1886 and Berthier rifles as well as the Berthier carbines, however budget constraints limited MAS-36 production and a few hundred rifles would see action alongside the Lebel 1886 and Berthiers during the Battle of France in 1940. After the battle in which the French had surrendered, the Germans took over a large amount of MAS-36s and gave them the designation "Gewehr 242(f)" and was put into service with their own garrison units in occupied France and later, the Volksturm. After the end of World War II, the MAS-36 would be reinstated into production (production would end in 1952) and see extensive action in the First Indochina War and the Algerian War, as well as in the Suez Crisis. The French Army would take them completely out of service by 1978, however, these rifles continue to be used by guerilla units around the world. It has capacity of five rounds and is chambered for the modern, rimless 7.5x54mm French cartridge, a shortened version of the 7.5x57mm MAS mod. 1924 cartridge. It has a muzzle velocity of 2,789 feet per second, an effective firing range of about 450 yards and weighs 8.21 pound unloaded.🇺🇸🇫🇷🇩🇪
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Smiles like these warm my heart and make all the hard work that I do 100% worth it. Thank you to @im.carina for treating your mother to a nice birthday meal at Rocco's! It was our pleasure to have you and we appreciate you sharing this lovely photo!