1876 PA US Centennial Exposition Silver Medal (HK 20)

1876 PA US Centennial Exposition Silver Medal (HK 20)

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This is a nice medal struck in Mint Exhibit on grounds at the 1876 Philadelphia Centennial Exposition, sold for $3 with a mintage of 10,133. Engraved by William Barber, listed in the Hibler-Kappen book as HK 20. Includes original mint issue box.

Coin Highlights:
  • Struck in Silver at the Philadelphia Exposition.
  • Listed in the Hibbler and Kapen reference as HK-20.
  • Obverse: Genius of American Independence, rising from recumbent position, grasps sword in right hand to enforce her demands. 1776 below.
  • Reverse: Within wreath, In commemoration of the hundredth Anniversary of American Independence. 1876 below.
  • Beautiful and scarce Dollar issued to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of signing of the United States Declaration of Independence.

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