1896 Bryan Dime. Silvered Type Metal. 43 mm. 38.2 grams. Schornstein-344, Zerbe-45. Choice Very Fine

1896 Br

400
1900 Bryan Dime. Aluminum. 38 mm. 4.9 grams. Schornstein-360, Zerbe-59. About Uncirculated.

1900 Br

400
1896 Bryan Dollar. Aluminum-Painted White Metal. 91 mm. 150.4 grams. Schornstein-733, Zerbe-78. Abou

1896 Br

400
1896 Bryan Dollar. Lead. 82 mm. 288 grams. Schornstein-744. Extremely Fine.

1896 Br

400
1896 Bryan Dollar. Lead Composition. 94 mm. 290.4 grams. Schornstein-905, Zerbe-130. About Uncircula

1896 Br

400
Undated (ca. 1896) Pro Silver Medallion. Aluminum. 34.1 mm. 4.0 grams. Schornstein PS-1, var., Zerbe

Undated

400
Undated (1867) Lincoln / Emancipation Medal. White Metal. 25 mm. Musante JAB-28, Cunningham 29-120W,

Undated

500
1881 Steel Dies for J.A. Bolens Pynchon House Token. Musante JAB-39. Nearly As Made.

1881 St

1000
1973 Youth - War and Sacrifice. Silver. 73.5 mm. 229.6 grams. By Mico Kaufman. Alexander-SOM 87. Edg

1973 Yo

500
1985 Bursting the Bounds. Bronze. 72 mm, square, with rounded edges. By Donald De Lue. Alexander-SOM

1985 Bu

600
1891 George Bancroft Medal. Gold. 30.5 mm. 9.2 grams. Extremely Fine.

1891 Ge

450
1867 United States Assay Commission Medal. Silver. 33 mm. By James B. Longacre. JK AC-3a. Rarity-5.

1867 Un

700
1869 United States Assay Commission Medal. Silver. 33 mm. By William Barber. JK AC-5a. Rarity-5. No

1869 Un

500
1869 United States Assay Commission Medal. Silver. 33 mm. By William Barber. JK AC-6a. Rarity-6. Wit

1869 Un

1000
1871 United States Assay Commission Medal. Silver. 33 mm. By William Barber. JK AC-10a. Rarity-5. Wi

1871 Un

600
MCMV (1905) Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Medal. Bronze. 73 mm. By Augustus Saint-Gaudens. Baxter-78,

MCMV (1

10000
1901 William McKinley Presidential Medal. Silver. 77.1 mm. 263.7 grams. cf. Failor-Hayden 124. Mint

1901 Wi

3500
1864 George McClellan Medal. DeWitt-GMcC 1864-14. Silver. 31 mm. MS-65 (NGC).

1864 Ge

700
1861 Confederate States of America Presidential Election Medal. DeWitt-C 1861-11. Gilt Brass. 31 mm.

1861 Co

500
1860 Abraham Lincoln Medal. DeWitt-AL 1860-38, Cunningham 1-490C, King-35. Copper. 31 mm. MS-64 RB (

1860 Ab

500
1860 Abraham Lincoln Medal. Copper. 38 mm. DeWitt-AL 1860-12, Cunningham 1-40C, King-12. MS-63 (NGC)

1860 Ab

500
1856 John C. Fremont Medal. DeWitt-JF 1856-12. Brass. 28 mm. MS-64 (NGC).

1856 Jo

450
1856 John C. Fremont Medal. DeWitt-JF 1856-12. Copper. 28 mm. MS-63 RB (NGC).

1856 Jo

750
1856 John C. Freemont Medal. DeWitt-JF 1856-1. Bronzed Copper. 61.5 mm. Mint State.

1856 Jo

750
1852 Winfield Scott Medal. DeWitt-WS 1852-7. Brass. 32 mm. MS-63 (PCGS).

1852 Wi

500
1852 Winfield Scott Medal. DeWitt-WS 1852-7. Copper. 32 mm. MS-64 RB (PCGS).

1852 Wi

500
1824 Andrew Jackson Medal. DeWitt-AJACK 1824-5. Brass. Plain Edge. 24 mm. MS-65 (NGC).

1824 An

450
1865 U.S. Mint Presidential Medal. Aluminum. 77 mm. Cunningham 22-240A, King-518, Julian PR-12. Mint

1865 U.

1000
1909 Lincoln Centennial. Emancipation Proclamation Medal. Lead. 62.5 mm. By J.E. Roine. Similar to C

1909 Li

750
1865 French Lincoln Tribute Medal. Bronze. 83 mm. By F. Magniadas. Cunningham 9-010Bz, King-245. MS-

1865 Fr

1000

Lot:3061  1920年罗斯福纪念协会荣誉勋章 完未流通

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拍品描述 1920年罗斯福纪念协会荣誉勋章 完未流通

1920 (1931) Roosevelt Memorial Association Medal of Honor. Gold. 81 mm. 374.8 grams. 18 karats. By James E. Fraser. Awarded to Hamlin Garland. Choice Mint State.Bust right of President Theodore Roosevelt, FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE above. The sculptors name and copyright date are in the left field, and Roosevelts vital dates, in Roman numerals, are at the lower right. The reverse features the Flaming Sword of Justice surrounded by the legends ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION at the top, IF I MUST CHOOSE / BETWEEN RIGHTEOVSNESS / AND PEACE I CHOOSE /RIGHTEOVSNESS across the sword in the center, and MEDAL OF HONOR at the bottom. The edge is lettered IN THE FIELD OF AMERICAN HISTORICAL LITERATURE - HAMLIN GARLAND and 18 KT.Hannibal Hamlin Garland (September 14, 1860 - March 4, 1940) was an American novelist, poet, essayist, and short story writer best known for his fiction involving hard-working Midwestern farmers. Most of his stories were based on his own experiences growing up on farms in Wisconsin, Iowa, and South Dakota before moving to Boston, Massachusetts to pursue a writing career at the age of 24. His earliest successful work was Main-Traveled Roads (1891), followed quickly by Prairie Folks the following year. He is best remembered for his Middle Border series - A Son of the Middle Border (1917), A Daughter of the Middle Border (1921), Trail-Makers of the Middle Border (1926), and Back-Trailers from the Middle Border (1928). The second book in this series won the 1922 Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography.He continued to write prolifically, but after moving to Hollywood, California, in 1929, he devoted much of his time to researching psychic phenomena, an area he had been investigating since the 1890s. In his final book, The Mystery of the Buried Crosses (1939), he tried to defend such phenomena and prove the legitimacy of psychic mediums. Garland died in 1940, leaving a rich legacy of literature documenting the lives of hard-working farmers and small town characters. This medal was held by the Garland family since it was presented in 1931 until it was sold for $18,000 in a Bonhams auction in June 2018. It is housed in a two-sided antique 7 1/4 x 5 3/4 inch black and gilt frame with a loop for hanging. Rare, as it is one of just 136 awarded - and actually much rarer still, since only the earlier issues of this award were struck in gold. This specimen is quite lovely, with near flawless matte gold finish showing subtle color changes here and there that actually highlight the rugged portrait and slightly rippled fields, a unique medallic effect Fraser first put to good use on the Buffalo Nickel. Aside from being a significant artifact of an important American author, the medal is also truly impressive in its beauty, size, and sheer mass.