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                      Colonial Coin Replica Medal

1928 Medal Replica of 1776 Massachusetts Colonial Coin   Colonial Coin Replica by First National Bank

 

1928 National Currency / Colonial Coin Medal.  Obverse a class Colonial image (slightly modified) of the rare Massachusetts LIBERTY AND VIRTUE  pattern copper dated 1776.  The Reverse has a multi-line inscription: "September 4, 1928 One of Thirty Six Replicas of Early American Coins Used in Banking Screen. Central Office, 1500 Walnut Street, The First National Bank of Philadelphia, Charter No. 1."

                   $125                        A medal with cross-over interest for collectors of Colonial Coins, Medals, and National Currency.  The legend presents a bit of an enigma: Was this one of 36 different colonial designs proposed, or was it a total of 36 medals struck of this 1 design?  So seldom seen, with no other similar Colonial known by this bank, I believe it to be the latter.  Extremely Fine.

   

  

Civil War - The Great Central Fair of 1864

An original and attractive medal with dies by Anthony Paquet, as signed on the obverse exegue, with legend around: "We Give Our Wealth For Those Who Gave Their Health".  Reverse: "in commemoration of the GREAT CENTRAL FAIR for the U. S. SANITARY COMMISSION held at philadelphia june 1864."

1864 Great Central Fair medal

Civil War Sanitary Commission Great Central Fair medal

Near mint state, a miniscule rub on the female figure's knee and breast.  Several extremely small bumps on reverse rim, none serious but noted for accuracy.

$475 

  

   

           U.S.S. Nautilus (SSN-571) Gold Launch Medal

  Boxed Nautilus gold launch medal
 
1951 USS Nautilus Gold Launch Medal   Electric Boat Division Nautilus medal
 

A gold medal in case of issue, by the Medallic Art Company, commemorating the launching of SSN-571, the world's first nuclear submarine.  The medal is 39.45 mm. (1.55 inches) in diameter, 14K gold with a weight of 22.25 DWT.  As struck, with the exception of a very miniscule rim bump between the 9 o'clock and 10 o'clock positions.

$1,250

 

The U.S. Navy's first nuclear-powered submarine was authorized by Congress in July 1951. Admiral Hyman G. Rickover, "Father of the Nuclear Navy", planned and personally supervised its construction.  On 12 December 1951, the Department of the Navy announced that the new vessel would carry the hull number SSN-571 and would be named Nautilus - making it the fourth U.S. Navy vessel officially so named.
On 14 June 1952, Nautilus's keel was laid at General Dynamics' Electric Boat Division in Groton, Connecticut by President Harry S. Truman.  On 21 January 1954, she was christened by First Lady Mamie Eisenhower, wife of Truman's successor, President Dwight D. Eisenhower, and was launched into Connecticut's Thames River.  Nautilus was commissioned on 30 September 1954 under the command of Commander Eugene P. Wilkinson, U.S.N.

   

           New York City, First National City Bank, 1962, 150th Anniversary Medal

   
1962 First National City Bank of NYC Anniversary Medal   Bronze art deco medal
 

Bronze, high relief.  Medallic Art Company.  3 inches in diameter.  Art deco with personification of Family, Culture, Commerce, Transportation, Industry, and Agriculture.  Obverse, a massive tree, 1812-1962.
Extra Fine but with a minor rim bump at ten o'clock on reverse.

$37.50

 

   

           The Salvation Army, 1965, 100th Anniversary in America Medal

   
Salvation Army Anniversary Medal Century of Service   Salvation Army Medal hitherto the Lord hath helped us
 

Bronze.  Medallic Art Company.  2 3/4 inches in diameter.
As Struck.

$30

 

   

           Belgium, The Delhaize Corporation, 1967, 100th Anniversary Medal

  Delhaize Corporation 1967 Anniversary Medal     Delhaize bronze medal 1867 1967  

Bronze, 2 3/4 inches in diameter.  Commemorating the centennial of Delhaize, a Brussels holding company that has worldwide interests, including the United States "Food Lion" Supermarkets.  Struck by Fibru-Fisch, medalists of Brussels, the medal is contained in its original red and dark green box.
As Struck.

$27.50

 
Original box Delhaize Corporation Medal
   

William McKinley Inaugural Badge, bar, silk ribbon

Reverse of McKinley Inaugural Badge

The McKinley Inaugural Badge

Dusterberg, in his Official Inaugural Medals, wrote: "The 1897 committee preparing for the installation of William McKinley produced a badge of superior quality.  It includes a finely executed medal that attaches to the rest of the device by a clasp.  When detached from the badge, only an indentation in the upper rim of the medal reveals it was intended for use in that manner."

This example is as struck, a beautiful badge and bar, the original silk ribbon slightly parted at the top bar.

$395

  

   

1928 French Shooting Festival Third Prize Medal

Shooting Festival Medal Champiionnnat de France

     $200

France: A Very Attractive French Neo-Classical Medal

A 1928 French Shooting Festival Third Prize medal struck in silver, 60 mm, 59 dwt or 91.7 grams.  Medal is by Henri Dubois, Son of Alphee Dubois.  Of the elder Dubois, Forrer states in his “Biographical Dictionary of Medalists”: "... stands foremost amongst the Brilliant masters of modern medalic art".  Henri Dubois has five pages in the above work by Forrer.

Obverse:  an allegorical scene of the Republic mounted on horseback slaying a dragon.

Reverse: "Championnat de France 1928, 3eme  Prix", engraved to the recipient "M. Goddard".

As  struck, mint state.

   

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