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- Struck in aluminum.
- Obverse: Five edifices encircled in beaded panels. Surrounding them are an artist's paintbrushes, tools of a machinist or carpenter, a bouquet of fruit, and a caduceus - the great winged staff of the Greek god Hermes that is today recognized as a symbol of health or wellness.
- Reverse: A view of the festivities of the Exposition, with the sun setting in the background; date and location below.
- Both sides of this piece bear the manufacturer's name and information: Schwaab Stamp & Seal Company, Milwaukee.
- Guaranteed and certified by NGC with a grade of MS-63.
- This coin is the top population at NGC with only 3 certified as MS-63 and none graded higher!
This is a unique and uncommon piece that is seldom offered. To have a glimpse into such festivities is a true glimpse into our nation's past, and one that can now be preserved for generations to come.
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