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Troop A Centennial Coin

October 24, 2016

The Troop A Coin represents one of the “original 4” Troops assigned to patrol the state, hence the “original 4” at the bottom of the coin. The purple border represents the Praetorian guard of the Roman Empire and the eights stars represents the eight counties that are patrolled by Troop A. The mounted Trooper watches over Niagara Falls and represents the early lone “soldier of the law” at the most western region of New York State. The black background at the top is for the fallen Members of Troop A.
Available for purchase December 2016!