Centennial Exposition Official Medal

1876 · SH 2-1 · HK-20

Reference SH 2-1
HK-20
Date 1876
Metal Silver
Weight 24.8 g
Diameter 37.7 mm
Designed By
Engraved By William Barber
Minted By
Rarity R-4
Orientation

This medal depicts a female (Liberty) as a symbol of the United States rising up and reaching for the stars, representing greatness. She is grasping a sword in her right hand, indicating that the U.S. will become a world power to be reckoned with. Dies by William Barber.

Category

1876 U.S. Centennial Exposition


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