1901 Pan-American Exposition Admission Ticket CU-62 PMG

1901 Pan-American Exposition Admission Ticket CU-62 PMG

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This Exposition is most well known for when President McKinley was shot while greeting the public at the Temple of Music. This souvenir ticket is a great piece of history preserved in this holder by PMG.

Currency Highlights:
  • May - November of 1901.
  • Previously Mounted with Edge Piece Missing.
  • Housed in an archival quality Mylar PMG currency holder.
  • Face: Souvenir Ticket with busts of Sen. Plate Gov. Odell and Sen. Depew with stub still attached.
  • Back: Ornately engraved design by E.A. Write Bank Note Engraver company.

Certified by PMG as Crisp Uncirculated-62 this souvenir ticket is a great piece of history celebrating human innovation. This turn of the century exposition was an amazing display of buildings and electricity that was novel to most of the general public at the time. Coupled with the assassination of McKinley, making this an interesting piece of history to own.

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