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This medal was minted to commemorate a successful Zeppelin flight to America in 1924. The 1920s and 1930s would see a commercial explosion in these aircraft for the trend to crash and burn with the Hindenburg disaster in 1937.
- Struck in Silver,specifications are 55 mm, purity is .900 fine.
- By Mayer & Wilhelm.
- Graded MS-63 and authenticated by NGC.
- Housed in an oversize holder.
- Celebrating a successful transatlantic zeppelin crossing.
- Obverse: Graf Ferdinand V head right.
- Reverse: Mercury blowing a zeppelin across unnavigable waters.
An enjoyable medal from the height of dirigible boom.
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