1901-1902 South Carolina Interstate and West Indian Exposition Award Medal. Silver. 64 mm. Harkness

1901-19

1000
1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition Award Plaque. Imperial German Plaque. Bronze. 75.5 mm x 113 mm. K

1904 Lo

2000
1954 American Numismatic Association Convention Gold Badge. 46 x 94 mm. 34.3 Grams (including ribbon

1954 Am

500
1858 Pioneer Baseball Club medal by J.A. Bolen. Copper. 32mm. Musante JAB-1. MS-64RB (NGC).

1858 Pi

500
1858 Pioneer Baseball Club Medal by J.A. Bolen. Copper. 31.3 mm. Musante JAB-1. Mint State.

1858 Pi

1500
(C. 1862) United States Arsenal medal by J.A. Bolen. Without Sun. Brass. 28mm. Musante JAB-4. MS-65

(C. 186

500
(C. 1862) United States Arsenal medal by J.A. Bolen. Without Sun. Copper. 28mm. Musante JAB-4. MS-63

(C. 186

500
(C. 1862) United States Arsenal medal by J.A. Bolen. Without Sun. Struck over an 1856 Large Cent. Co

(C. 186

500
(C. 1862) United States Arsenal medal by J.A. Bolen. Without Sun. Copper. 28mm. Musante JAB-4. AU-58

(C. 186

500
1862 Young America store card by J.A. Bolen. Copper. 28mm. Musante JAB-5. Fuld 760A-1a. MS-67BN (NGC

1862 Yo

500
(C. 1862) Avoid the Extremes of Party Spirit medal by J.A. Bolen. Oreide. 28mm. Musante JAB-6. MS-64

(C. 186

500
1864 J.A. Bolen Liberty Cap store card. Copper. 28mm. Musante JAB-9. Fuld 760A-6A. MS-65BN (NGC).

1864 J.

500
1864 J.A. Bolen Stamp Cutter store card. Copper. 28mm. Musante JAB-12. Fuld 760A-7a. MS-64BN (NGC).

1864 J.

500
1864 Soldier’s Fair medal by J.A. Bolen.  Copper, silvered. 28mm. Musante JAB-16. Fuld 760B-1i. AU-5

1864 So

500
(C. 1865) Lincoln / With Malice Toward None medal by J.A. Bolen. Copper. 25mm. Musante JAB-20. MS-66

(C. 186

500
1901 Pan-American Exposition. Bronze-Colored Wall Plaque. Extremely Fine.

1901 Pa

350
1901 Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo Award Medal. Silver. 64 mm. By Hermon A. MacNeil. L-TM103. I

1901 Pa

2000
1893 Columbian Exposition Directors Medal for One of the Directors of the Exposition. Silver. 64 mm.

1893 Co

2000
1892 Christopher Columbus Discover 500th Anniversary Medal. Pot Metal, 129 mm. By U. & A. Bizzarri.

1892 Ch

500
1892-1893 Worlds Columbian Exposition Rome Medal. Bronze. 91 mm. By C. Orsini and G.B. Millefiori. E

1892-18

1000
1892-1893 Worlds Columbian Exposition Declaration of Independence Medal. White Metal. 58 mm. Eglit-3

1892-18

125
1881 Atlanta, Georgia International Cotton Exposition Award Medal. Gold. 57 mm. 95.2 grams. Mint Sta

1881 At

7000
1853 New York Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations Medal. White Metal. 73.7 mm. Mint State.

1853 Ne

500
1934 New York City Fire Department John H. Prentice Memorial Medal for Valor. Gold. 49 mm. 57.4 gram

1934 Ne

1500
1894 Firemans Hose Company Presidents Medal. Gold and Diamond. 38 mm x 80 mm. 14.2 grams. About Unci

1894 Fi

500
Undated Second Class Department Level Prize Marksmanship Medal. Silvered Bronze. 38.5 mm. Julian MK-

Undated

1500
Undated Third Class Prize Army Marksmanship Medal. Silver. 56.0 grams, including hanger. Julian MK-1

Undated

500
1886 Life Saving Benevolent Association of New York Medal to Michael Doyle. Silver. 51 mm. 41.0 gram

1886 Li

500
1866 Captains Creighton, Low and Stouffer Life Saving Medal. Bronze. 80 mm. Julian LS-11. MS-64BN (N

1866 Ca

800
1921 State Department Life Saving Medal. Gold. First Class. 35.0 mm. 38.1 grams (total weight). By G

1921 St

3000

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拍品分类 外国钱币>杂项 品相 完未流通
拍品估价 USD 10000 成交价 USD 15600
拍卖专场 SBP2017年11月巴尔地摩-美国钱币#1 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2017-11-09 05:00:00 结标日期 2017-11-09 10:00:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 1901-1902 Charleston, South Carolina Interstate and West-Indian Exposition Award Medal. Gold. 63.5 mm. 180.7 grams. Mint State.

An enthroned female figure holding a scepter and a model sailing ship is depicted between two palmetto trees with Fort Sumter in the left background and a view of homes along the East Battery shoreline on the right. Legend SOUTH CAROLINA AND WEST-INDIAN EXPOSITION around the periphery and CHARLESTON S.C. / 1901-2 on a plaque below.

Within a floral wreath is a cartouche inscribed AWARDED TO, and below that, on a smaller plaque, the name of the recipient of the award, HENRY DISSTON & SONS, a well established manufacturer of handsaws from Philadelphia. <strong>Edge:</strong> Lettered GORHAM CO. 24K. Bright yellow gold matte surfaces overall, with some scuffing around the recipients name, as well as some very tiny edge tics and a single light test mark on the edge.<p>A gorgeous and impressive medal, arguably the most attractive issued for a major U.S. exposition, and struck in 24 karat gold. Normally the Gold Award medals from this exposition were struck in bronze and plated with gold for presentation. Apparently in Charleston, like some other expositions, the gold medal winners could have their medals struck in gold if they were willing to pay the value of the metal. It seems the very successful firm of Henry Disston & Sons opted for the prestige of having their 6.3 ounce medal struck from pure gold. This is the only one of these medals struck in gold that we have seen. A rare and significant bidding opportunity.