1901 Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo, N.Y. Award Medal. Silver. 63.7 mm. 108.33 grams. By Hermon A. MacNeil. L-TM103. Choice Mint State. Obv: Nude female walking right with an American bison, inscription PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION above and name of the awardee SECTRA. DE HACIENDA on a plaque below. Rev: Seated South American and North American Indians sharing a peace pipe with inscription BVFFALO / VSA MCMI in the field above. Edge: Lettered with (three hallmarks) STERLING and GORHAM CO. Leandro Fernandez was Mexicos Finance Secretary at the time, and he accepted this award. Fine satiny pearl gray surfaces with slight golden tinges here and there enhance both sides. An especially attractive example of a classic American medal, designed by Hermon MacNeil, who later designed the Standing Liberty quarter. From the Richard Jewell Collection.