Chippers Jewelry & Coin - Bonney Lake - Pierce County

Ladonna Kuntz 253-863-7077 


Lot 15 - 1966 Kennedy Half and Lincoln Cent "Strange but True" History
Lot Number: 15 Ask Seller Question
Item Location: Chipper's Jewelry in Bonney Lake Village
Preview Date/Time: Tues, Mar. 23rd - Thurs., Mar. 25th, 2021, 10:30AM-5:30PM Daily
Pickup Date/Time: Tuesday, Mar. 30, 2021 10:30AM - 5:30PM
Start Date/Time: 03/20/21 7:00 AM
End Date/Time: 03/28/21 7:07:30 PM
Opening Bid: $5.00
Bid History: 9
Current Bid: $16.00
Minimum Bid:
Highbidder: SEAJAYY
Auction has ended.

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Compares Kennedy and Lincoln.  There are seven letters in each name,  Both Presidents had legality of election contested.  Both were directly concerned with issue of civil rights.  Both were slain on Friday and in presence of their wives.  Lincoln was elected in 1860.  Kennedy was elected in 1960.  Their successors were named Johnson and were southern democrats who previously served in the US Senate.  Andrew Johnson was born in 1808.  Lyndon Johnson was born 1908.  Booth and Oswald were murdered before trial could be arraigned.  Booth and Oswald were Southerners favoring unpopular ideas.  Lincoln's Secretary, named Kennedy, advised him not to go to theatre.  Kennedy's Secretary, named Lincoln, advised him not to go to Dallas.  John Wilkes Booth, Lee Harvey Oswald each contain fifteen letters.  Andrew Johnson, Lyndon Johnson each contain Thirteen letters.  Lincoln and Kennedy were carried in death on the same Caisson.  

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