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HORNREICH COLLECTION: Medallic History of Christopher Columbus and the World's Columbian Exposition

Category:  Token & Medals
Last Modified:  9/4/2020
Set Description
These are all for sale, please email with offer to hhornre634@aol.com if you have interest. The Medallic History of Christopher Columbus and the Columbian Exposition of 1893 is extensive and complex. The World's Columbian Exposition, (1892-1893), was organized to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Columbus's landfall in the New World, and to show the world the enormous progress that had taken place through those four hundred years. The WCE became a defining moment in Chicago's history and the history of the United States as a whole.
When the World's Columbian Exposition opened, only 22 years had passed since the Chicago Fire of 1871; only 28 years had passed since the end of the American Civil War. In the interval, the era of Reconstruction had given way to a Gilded Age characterized by frenetic industrial growth, mass immigration, and class violence as evidenced by Chicago's 1886 Haymarket Square bombing. Experts estimate that over 27.5 million people attended the WCE. As one might imagine, there was a multitude of Medals produced for the Expo, some "Official" Medals struck in Mint Exhibits on the Grounds, others struck privately. The best overview available on the type and classification of the Medals is found in the work by Nathan Eglit, first printed in 1989. Although his work does not provide a rarity guide or a price guide, he does describe each Medal as it related to the WCE, and his "Eglit" assigned medal numbers are still in use today. *Note: Many of the Medals found in this Collection were obtained at auctions and/or from other already established WCE Medal Collections. Additionally, at times there is some overlap between WCE Medals and So Called Dollar Medals. This set is best viewed using the Gallery feature above.

Set Goals
Obtain and list with photos, a myriad of WCE Medals, providing an overview, or better, of the types and styles of the Medals produced for the Expo. These will eventually include examples of the following types or categories of "Dollars": Official Medals, Government Building, both Large and Small Letter Obverse; Dollars known as: Declaration of Independence; Discovery of America; New Metal Aluminum; Bird's Eye View; Chicago; Ferris Wheel; World Globe; Exhibition Palace; Statue of Liberty; Columbus Tower or Interstate Dollar and State Dollar; Liberty Head; Saint-Gaudens; Columbus Bust; Uniface; Columbus Statue; Female Figure with Landing Scene; Baby Ruth or Trinity of Heroes; McCormick Reaper; Board of Lady Managers and Director General Dollars.

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View Coin Columbian Expo 50 Cent Commemorative 1892 UNITED STATES Chicago, IL 1892 Silver 50C 1892 COLUMBIAN NGC MS 65 Commemorative 50C Columbian Expo Half Dollar Dated 1892, NGC MS65, Cert# 3755154-005. An outrageously beautiful super well stuck example with wonderful full details and no distractions. How can you not include a the 50C piece in a Columbian Expo Set, even if it is not technically a medal? The World’s Columbian Exposition half dollar depicts on its obverse a right-facing portrait of Columbus. Barber’s initial B is at the truncation of the bust. Around the periphery, separated by stars, are the legends UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and COLUMBIAN HALF DOLLAR. The reverse features a port view of the Santa Maria, based on a replica commissioned by Spain. Below are two hemispheres flanked by the date 14 92. The actual date of coinage appears below, either 1892 or 1893. Separated from it by stars is the peripheral inscription WORLD’S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION CHICAGO. Morgan’s initial is cleverly hidden within the rigging of the ship, at the lower right of the mainsail.
View Coin Columbian Expo, Michigan at Columbian, State Dollar, Eglit-219 UNITED STATES Chicago, IL 1892-3 Aluminum SC$1 (1892-3) IL HK-214 MICHIGAN AT COLUMBIAN WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO HK-214 AL, Eglit-219 JEFF SHEVLIN COLLECTION NGC MS 61 Medal, 1892-3, AL, MICHIGAN AT COLUMBIAN EXPO, STATE DOLLAR, Chicago, IL, So Called Dollar HK-214 Aluminum, Eglit-219, NGC MS61, Cert# 3511470-030. Obv. Edifice; above around World's Columbian Exposition; below Michigan Building; around, near bottom border, microscopic Childs Chicago; beaded border; Rev. In 12 lines across center, I.M. Weston / Pres. / E.H. Belden / Vice Pres. / J.W. Flynn / Treas. / Peter White / Mrs. J.A. Pond / John T. Rich / Mark W. Stevens / Secy.; outside, around Michigan World's Fair Board; beaded border. Size: 38mm. Eglit 219. Ex Jeff Shevlin.
View Coin Columbus Declaration of Independence Dollar, Eglit-36, HK-157 WM UNITED STATES Chicago, IL 1892-3 WM SC$1 1892-3 IL HK-157 DECLAR OF INDEPENDENCE COLUMBIAN EXPO, 37mm HK-157 WM, Eglit-36 JEFF SHEVLIN COLLECTION NGC MS 62 Medal, 1892-3, WM, DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE DOLLAR, WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, Chicago, IL, So Called Dollar HK-157 White Metal, Eglit-36, NGC MS62, Cert# 3511470-025. Obv. Across center, on ribbon, World's Columbian Exposition; below at l., 1892, below at r., 1893; upper half is scene depicting signing of Declaration; above all, around Signing of Declaration of Independence / July 4th 1776; in lower half in center is spread eagle atop shield; below bust to l., Columbus, below bust to r., Washington; below all, Chicago; Rev. Upper half is scene depicting Landing of Columbus; above, Discovery of America; below scene, on ribbon, October 1492; lower half is scene depicting Landing of Pilgrims, microscopic R. L. beneath r. base; below, Dec. 1620 / Landing of the Pilgrims. Struck by Boldenweck & Co, Chicago, who received design patents D20,196 and D20,195 for the obverse and reverse designs Oct. 7, 1890. Possibly designed by Rudolph Laubenheimer, who designed No. 297. Almost certainly not designed by Robert Lovett, as suggested by Eglit, since Lovett died more than a decade earlier.
View Coin Columbus Peacock Dollar, Eglit-439 United States Chicago, IL 1937 Brass IL 1937 CHICAGO C.D. PEACOCK CENTENNIAL Eglit-439 GILT, 31.8mm NGC MEDAL MS 65 Medal, 1893, Brass, C.D. PEACOCK CENTENNIAL MEDAL, WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO, United States, Eglit-439, NGC MS65, Cert# 3186283-013. Obv. Portraits of Elijah Peacock and his son, C.D. Peacock, Chicago Jewelers, 1837-1937. Rv. Fort Dearborn, World Columbian Expo, and Great Chicago Fire with embedded steel from Jewelers Safe 1893 Fire. Quite an interesting bit of history. GEM.
View Coin Eglit-309A, HK-627 Bz, Phillipsburg Columbian Celebration 1892 UNITED STATES New Jersey / Chicago, IL 1892 Bronze SC$1 1892 NJ HK-627 PHILLIPSBURG COLUMBIAN HK-627 Bz, Eglit-309A PHILLIPSBURG, NEW JERSEY NGC MS 63 BN Medal, 1892, Bz, PHILLIPSBURG COLUMBIAN CELEBRATION, New Jersey & Chicago, IL, So Called Dollar HK-627 and Eglit-309A. Bronze, NGC MS63BN, Cert# 2516699-007. Obv. Statue; above Columbus; below statue Souvenir Medal; at l. border 1492, at r. border 1892; Rv. Male bust facing part r.; above Rev. R. E. Burke, Rector; upper border legend Sts. Phillip & James Church; below bust Oct. 12 1892 / Phillipsburg, N. J. 38mm. Rarity-5. History: On August 16, 1892, a group of parishioners of St. Philip and St. James Church, Phillipsburg, NJ met with their pastor, Father Emmett Burke, at his request, to decide how to raise the necessary funds to purchase a statue of Christopher Columbus. The statue was to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the landing of Columbus on San Salvador on October 12, 1492. The V. H. Mullins Company made the statue, which was selected, in Salem, Ohio. They used a design of the famous sculptor Alfons Pelzer.1 It was based on an original painting of Columbus, which is considered to be the greatest likeness of the famous explorer. It was the official Columbus picture adopted by the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago, and considered by them to be "the most pleasing and historically, the most correct". The 9-foot statue was formed from copper sheets with an internal steel armature for stability. In his left hand Columbus held a globe and in the right a pair of calipers. On his left stood a pedestal on which was a globe with a dove. When the statue became badly deteriorated, it was restored using one of the medals (maybe this one?) so that the likeness could be made more authentic. There may have been up to 4 of these statues, one of which was destroyed in a fire in Chicago in 1893 at the Columbian Exposition.
View Coin Columbian Expo Related, Carter H. Harrison Statue, HK-765 Cu, Eglit-360, Rulau Chi-7 1893 United States Chicago, IL 1893 Copper SC$1 (1893) IL HK-765 CARTER H. HARRISON HK-765 Cu, Eglit-360, Rulau Chi-78 NGC MS 64 BN Medal, 1893, Copper, CARTER H. HARRISON STATUE, (Columbian Expo Related) Chicago, IL. So-Called Dollar, HK-765, NGC MS64BN, Cert# 3127917-011. Well engraved high-relief bust of Carter Harrison, Mayor of Chicago, who was shot dead in October, 1893, during the World's Columbian Exposition, while he was standing in the doorway of his own home. The shooter, Patrick E. Prendergast was seeking revenge for failing to obtain a city city job. The assassin was quickly convicted and hanged. The reverse of the medal has a memorial plaque and noted that the bearer of the medal paid $1 into Mr. Harrison's memorial fund. A somewhat difficult medal to find in high grade. Attractive.
View Coin Columbian Expo Related, Carter H. Harrison Statue, HK-765 cu, Eglit-360, Rulau Chi-78 1893 UNITED STATES Illinois 1893 Copper SC$1 (1893) IL HK-765 CARTER H. HARRISON STATUE HK-765, Eglit-360, Rulau Chi-78 NGC MS 62 RB Medal, 1893, Copper, CARTER H. HARRISON STATUE, (Columbian Expo Related) Chicago, IL. So-Called Dollar, HK-765, NGC MS62RB, Cert# 2462181-007. Well engraved high-relief bust of Carter Harrison, Mayor of Chicago, who was shot dead in October, 1893, during the World's Columbian Exposition, while he was standing in the doorway of his own home. The shooter, Patrick E. Prendergast was seeking revenge for failing to obtain a city city job. The assassin was quickly convicted and hanged. The reverse of the medal has a memorial plaque and noted that the bearer of the medal paid $1 into Mr. Harrison's memorial fund. A somewhat difficult medal to find in high grade.
View Coin Columbian Expo, Ada Rehan Dollar UNITED STATES Chicago, IL 1893 Aluminum SC$1 1893 HK-767 ADA REHAN HK-767 AL OSTHEIMER COLLECTION NGC MS 61 Medal, 1893, AL, ADA REHAN DOLLAR, COLUMBIAN EXPO, Chicago, IL. So Called Dollar, HK-767 Aluminum, NGC MS61, Cert# 2023975-006. Obv. Female bust l.; above Ada Rehan 1893; below bust, microscopic (incuse) Copyright 1893 by R. H. Park. Rev. Full female figure facing; standing on globe which rests atop spread-winged eagle; in r. hand is sword, in l. hand are scales; above, around "The Silver Statue Justice"; below * of the State of Montana *
HK-767 Aluminum. 45mm.ADA REHAN. Irish-born American actress Ada Crehan (1860-1916) was known especially for Shakespearean roles; played over 200 parts in company of Augustin Daly between 1879 and 1899. In those days it was not unusual for boom-towns of West to attract famous theatrical persons in touring companies. A misprint in a program had her name as Ada Rehan and this became her stage name. This medal is likely part of the 1893 World's Columbian Expo. Ada Rehan was the model for the statue that was in the Montana Building at the Columbian Expo which is depicted on the reverse. Ex Jeff Shevlin, Ex Ostheimer Collection (noted on NGC label).
Columbus Brass Hinged Coin "Box" United States Chicago, IL 1892 Brass So Called Dollar Size 1892 Eglit-132A, HK-237E (Obv) Columbus Brass Hinged Coin Box Medal Coin "Box", 1892, BR, WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION COLUMBUS BRASS COIN "BOX", with Hinged Lid, Eglit-132A. Obverse of HK-237E (Rarity-7). Not Encapsulated. Designed to look like a stack of fifteen reeded edge coins, the hinged top opens to reveal a hollow container that originally contained Exposition medals, Eglit-118 to 131, et seq. These are rarely found in as nice condition as this one, with working, hinged lid. Cf. Goldberg Auction 75, Lot 1922, which realized $265.00 for a ten reeded edge size "Box", this example being even more rare. From the Don Niemi Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals and So Called Dollars.
View Coin Columbus American Railway Supply, Silver United States Chicago, IL 1892 AR 1892 R-NYK-4 SILVER Rulau-NYK-4 NGC MEDAL MS 64 Medal, 1892, AR, AMERICAN RAILWAY SUPPLY / COLUMBIAN EXPO, United States, Chicago, Rulau-NYK-4, NGC MS64, Cert# 1967001-001. 1892 American Railway Supply Medal Set in NGC Multi-Coin Holder. Silver, gilt and nickel, 13mm. Columbus bust on obverse. Reverse inscribed "Compliments of American Railway Supply Co. Manuf'r's of medal, check, badges". This is an impressive set of almost impossible to find high grade medals. The silver medal is NGC graded MS64. The gilt medal is NGC graded MS65. The nickel medal is NGC graded MS68. This is the only set graded by NGC and likely the finest known examples. Ex Goldberg #75 Auction, Lot 1921, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals.
View Coin Columbus American Railway Supply, Nickel United States Chicago, IL 1892 Nickel 1892 R-NYK-4 NICKEL Rulau-NYK-4 Nickel NGC MEDAL MS 68 Medal, 1892, Nickel, AMERICAN RAILWAY SUPPLY / COLUMBIAN EXPO, United States, Chicago, Rulau-NYK-4, NGC MS68, Cert# 1967001-003. 1892 American Railway Supply Medal Set in NGC Multi-Coin Holder. Silver, gilt and nickel, 13mm. Columbus bust on obverse. Reverse inscribed "Compliments of American Railway Supply Co. Manuf'r's of medal, check, badges". This is an impressive set of almost impossible to find high grade medals. The silver medal is NGC graded MS64. The gilt medal is NGC graded MS65. The nickel medal is NGC graded MS68. This is the only set graded by NGC and likely the finest known examples. Ex Goldberg #75 Auction, Lot 1921, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals.
View Coin Columbus American Railway Supply, Gilt United States Chicago, IL 1892 AE Gilt 1892 R-NYK-4 GILT Rulau-NYK-4 Gilt NGC MEDAL MS 65 Medal, 1892, AE Gilt, AMERICAN RAILWAY SUPPLY / COLUMBIAN EXPO, United States, Chicago, Rulau-NYK-4, NGC MS65, Cert# 1967001-002. 1892 American Railway Supply Medal Set in NGC Multi-Coin Holder. Silver, gilt and nickel, 13mm. Columbus bust on obverse. Reverse inscribed "Compliments of American Railway Supply Co. Manuf'r's of medal, check, badges". This is an impressive set of almost impossible to find high grade medals. The silver medal is NGC graded MS65. The gilt medal is NGC graded MS65. The nickel medal is NGC graded MS68. This is the only set graded by NGC and likely the finest known examples. Ex Goldberg #75 Auction, Lot 1921, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals.
View Coin Columbus Octagonal, Uniface, Discovery of America United States Chicago, IL 1892-3 Brass 57mm 1892-93 IL E-231 BS UNIFACE - OCTAGONAL Eglit-231 Uniface Hexagon DISCOVERY OF AMERICA NGC MEDAL MS 62 Medal, 1892-3, Brass, UNIFACE COLUMBUS DIE TRIAL, Eglit-231, NGC MS62, Cert# 1963124-002. Holder indicates Octagonal (actually medal is Hexagon - 6 sided) Columbus Bust Medal, Reverse center, stamped 1. Large 57mm. Very scarce, perhaps 2 or 3 known. Obv. Wreath around Bust of Columbus, Legend outside Circle, The Discovery of America 1492, and at bottom, World's Columbian Exposition 1892-2. Ex Goldberg #75, Lot 1938, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals. A Very Special Medal.
View Coin Columbus Statue, Guatemala (Pre-WCE) United States Chicago, IL (Guatemala) 1894 Silver 24mm 1894 E-264 COLUMBUS STATUE GUATEMALA Eglit-264 COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 63 Medal, 1894, AR, COLUMBIAN EXPO GUATEMALA COLUMBUS STATUE MEDAL, United States, Chicago, Eglit-264, NGC MS63, Cert# 2520082-011. Obv. Statua Cristoforo Colombo, Ricordo, Della, Colonia Italiana a Guatemala, 1492-1892; Rv. 10 Giiugno, 1894, in Wreath, Inaugurata in Guatemala, 1492-1892. Ex Goldberg #75, Lot 1962, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals.
View Coin Columbus Dollar UNITED STATES CHICAGO, IL 1893 Columbian Exposition Aluminum SC$1 1893 IL HK-169 CHICAGO DOLLAR WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO HK-169, E-18 EGLIT-18 COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MS 63 Medal, 1893, Aluminum, CHICAGO DOLLAR, FACTS ABOUT CHICAGO, COLUMBUS LANDING, United States, Chicago, So Called Dollar, HK-169, Eglit-18, NGC MS63. Rarity-4. Obv. Scene illustrating the landing of Columbus; LANDING OF COLUMBUS below; Rv. SOUVENEIR OF THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION around. Center inscription providing facts about the city of Chicago. Attractive, silky-smooth lustre.
View Coin Columbus Bird's Eye View Dollar UNITED STATES Chicago, IL 1893 Aluminum SC$1 1893 IL HK-166 BIRD'S-EYE VIEW DOLLAR WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO HK-166, Eglit-21 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MS 62 Medal. 1893, Aluminum, BIRD'S EYE VIEW DOLLAR, COLUMBIAN EXPO, United States, Chicago, So Called Dollar, HK-166 AL, Eglit-21, NGC MS62, Cert# 3466962-003. Obv. Edifice, 13 stars above around; below edifice, microscopic Blumenfield P.O.C.--all within circle; outside, around Souvenir. Birdseye View of the Worlds Fair Chicago; below * 1893 *; beaded border; Rv. Within circle, scene depicting Landing of Columbus; outside, around Souvenir of the Opening of the Worlds Fair Chicago; below * 1893 *; beaded border. Size: 40mm. A difficult medal to locate in mint state.
View Coin Columbus Official Medal, Large Letters UNITED STATES Chicago, IL 1893 AE Gilt SC$1 1893 IL HK-154 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO OFFICIAL MEDAL, LG LTRS HK-154 OFFICIAL MEDAL, LG LTRS NGC MS 64 Medal, 1893, AE, COLUMBIAN EXPO TREASURY BUILDING, United States, Chicago, So-Called Dollar, HK-154 Gilt, NGC MS614 Cert# 4010177-005. Obv. Edifice; on ribbon above, around U.S. Govt. Building; below edifice, on ribbon, Width 351 ft / [to. l.] Length 421 ft, [to r.] Area 3.3 Acres. Rv. Across, World's / Columbian / Exposition / Chicago / 1893; above, around Treasury Department; below all, around United States Mint Exhibit. Size: 37mm. HK-154 is Brass according to HK, and there are two die varieties, small letters (HK-155), and large letters (HK-154). The medal also has been seen in Aluminum, desigated as Type 1, HK-154A, and also Type 2, in Copper, Proof (HK-155A). These medals were struck in the Mint Exhibit on the Fair Grounds. This example is brown AE, not the yellow examples which are typical, and may have been a trial piece.
View Coin Columbus Land In Sight United States Chicago, IL 1893 AE 46mm 1893 IL E-583 BZ ""LAND IN SIGHT"" Eglit-583 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 64 Medal, 1893, AE, COLUMBUS LAND IN SIGHT, Columbian Expo, United States, Chicago, Eglit-583 BZ, NGC MS64, Cert# 1949200-002. Size: 46mm. Struck by Stephano Johnson in Milan, Italy. Obv. , Portrait of Columbus, High Relief, Inscription within Circle and Outside Circle; Rv. Administration Building, High Relief, within Circle, World's Fair, Chicago and Date. Even brown color and great eye appeal. Ex Goldberg #75, Lot 1943, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals. In Oversize NGC Holder.
View Coin Columbus Treasury Building UNITED STATES CHICAGO, IL 1893 Columbian Exposition Bronze (Brown) SC$1 1893 IL HK-154 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO OFFICIAL MEDAL, LG LTRS HK-154, E-23 NGC MS 61 Medal, 1893, AE, COLUMBIAN EXPO TREASURY BUILDING, United States, Chicago, So-Called Dollar, HK-154, NGC MS61, Cert# 1633426-001. Obv. Edifice; on ribbon above, around U.S. Govt. Building; below edifice, on ribbon, Width 351 ft / [to. l.] Length 421 ft, [to r.] Area 3.3 Acres. Rv. Across, World's / Columbian / Exposition / Chicago / 1893; above, around Treasury Department; below all, around United States Mint Exhibit. Size: 37mm. HK-154 is Brass according to HK, and there are two die varieties, small letters (HK-155), and large letters (HK-154). The medal also has been seen in Aluminum, desigated as Type 1, HK-154A, and also Type 2, in Copper, Proof (HK-155A). These medals were struck in the Mint Exhibit on the Fair Grounds. This example is brown AE, not the yellow examples which are typical, and may have been a trial piece.
View Coin Columbus Santa Maria United States Chicago, IL 1893 AE Gilt GILT 1893 IL E-63B THE SANTA MARIA Eglit-63-B Gilt WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 60 Medal, 1893, AE Gilt, THE SANTA MARIA, COLUMBUS, Columbian Expo, United States, Chicago, Eglit-63B Gilt, NGC MS60, Cert# 31886027-003. Set of Two 1893 Santa Maria Medals. Eglit-63 & 63B. This set consists of two metal content varieties of the 31mm Santa Maria medal. Eglit-63, aluminum, 31mm, is NGC graded MS61. Eglit-63B, gilt bronze, 31mm, is NGC graded MS60. These are nice examples of this popular and rare variety. Obv. Bust of Columbus, Legend around, Rv. The Santa Maria ship, Columbus in sight of the new world. Ex Goldberg #75, Lot 1980, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals.
View Coin Columbus Santa Maria United States Chicago, IL 1893 Aluminum MEDAL 1893 IL E-535 THE SANTA MARIA Eglit-535 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 61 Medal, 1893, Aluminum, SANTA MARIA SIGHT OF NEW WORLD, COLUMBIAN EXPO, United States, Chicago, Eglit-535, NGC MS61, Cert# 1948837-005. 1893 Obv. Santa Maria; Rv. Expo View. Size: 50mm. One of the more popular Exposition medal designs. Brilliant frosty white devices. In oversize NGC holder. Ex Goldberg #75, Lot 1957, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals.
View Coin Columbus Dental Congress United States Chicago, IL 1893 AE 64mm 1893 IL E-454 AE THE DENTAL CONGRESS Eglit-454 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 65 BN Medal, 1893, AE, WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION DENTAL CONGRESS MEDAL, United States, Chicago, Eglit-454, NGC MS65BN, Cert# 2548299-006, in Oversize Holder. Large 64mm Medal, Impressive Ornate Design, Obv. World's Columbian Exposition in Fancy Wreath Legend around "Dental Congress); Rv. Impressive Eagle High Relief , Wings Spread, Ornate Wreath and 1893 Date at Top. An usual and seldom-seen medal exquisitely detailed and popular for its depiction of the American Eagle on the reverse. Possibly the finest known. Ex Goldberg #75, Lot 1960, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals.
View Coin Columbus Peacock Dollar, Eglit-439 United States CHICAGO, IL 1893 Coumbian Expo (Minted 1937) Brass 32mm 1893 IL E-439 C.D. PEACOCK WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO Eglit-439 NGC MS 65 Medal, 1893, Brass, C.D. PEACOCK CENTENNIAL MEDAL, WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO, United States, Eglit-439, NGC MS65, Cert# 3572532-005. Obv. Portraits of Elijah Peacock and his son, C.D. Peacock, Chicago Jewelers, 1837-1937. Rv. Fort Dearborn, World Columbian Expo, and Great Chicago Fire, with embedded piece of steel from Jewelers Safe 1893 Fire. Quite an interesting bit of history. GEM.
View Coin Columbus Expo View United States Chicago, IL 1893 AE 38mm 1893 IL E-356, AE COLUMBUS - EXPO VIEW Eglit-356 AE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 67 BN Medal, 1893, AE, COLUMBUS BIRD'S-EYE VIEW / EXPO VIEW, Columbian Expo Medal, United States, Chicago, Eglit-356 AE, NGC MS67BN, Cert# 2539797-003. Obv. Christopher Columbus, legend around, Bust Facing with Hat, 1492 Date below; Rv. Bird's Eye View of the World's Fair, Legend around. An Outrageously Attractive Mint State Specimen from the Goldberg #75 Auction, Lot 1992, Ex Hoffman Columbian Expo Medal Collection.
View Coin Columbus Miss. Society United States Chicago, IL 1893 Bronze BRONZE 1893 IL E-327 MISS. SOCIETY EV. ASSOC Eglit-327 BR WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MS 65 BN PL Medal, 1893, Bronze, MISS. SOCIETY EV. ASSOCIATION, COLUMBIAN EXPO MEDAL, United States, Chicago. Eglit-327 BR, NGC MS65BN PL, Cert# 2518771-012. Obv. Christopher Columbus, legend, Bust Left, Bearded; Rv. Miss. Society Ev. Association Memorial, legend around, inside wreath, Date 1893 in fancy ornate script. An amazing mint state gem from the Goldberg #75 auction, Lot 1983, part of a 3 piece set in various metals. Ex Hoffman Columbian Expo Medal Collection.
View Coin Columbus Miss Society United States Chicago, IL 1893 Aluminum 32mm 1893 IL E-327 AL MISS.SOCIETY EV. ASSOC. Eglit-327 AL WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 62 PL Medal, 1893, Aluminum, MISS. SOCIETY EV. ASSOCIATION, COLUMBIAN EXPO MEDAL, United States, Chicago. Eglit-327 AL, NGC MS62 PL, Cert# 2520082-013. Obv. Christopher Columbus, legend, Bust Left, Bearded; Rv. Miss. Society Ev. Association Memorial, legend around, inside wreath, Date 1893 in fancy ornate script. Holed, as made. An attractive Columbian Expo Medal from the Goldberg #75 auction, Lot 1983, part of a 3 piece set in various metals. Ex Hoffman Columbian Expo Medal Collection.
View Coin Columbus Nason MFG. United States Chicago, IL / New York 1893 Aluminum 38mm 1893 IL E-29 AL NASON MFG. WATER HEATERS Eglit-29 AL WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 62 Medal, 1893, Aluminum, NASON MFG. WATER HEATERS, WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO, United States, Chicago/ New York, 1892-1893. Eglit-29, NGC MS62, Cert# 2525461-002. Obverse: bust r. within wreath and scroll: 1492 1892 SOUVENIR; Rv. water heater: HIGH DUTY HEATERS "10 TO 1" EFFICIENCY EQUATOR FOR STEAM FULF STREAM FOR HOT WATER NASON MFG. CO. 71 BEEKMAN ST. NEW YORK.
Measurements: 38 mm
View Coin Columbus Lead by Light United States Chicago, IL 1893 WM MEDAL 1893 IL 51mm E-337 OBV COLUMBUS LEAD BY ""LIGHT"" Eglit-337 WM WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 61 Medal, 1893, WM, COLUMBUS LED BY LIGHT MEDAL, Eglit-337 WM, NGC MS61, Cert# 1519256-019. Columbus Guided by Light Medal, Size: 51mm. Allegorical figure of Light guiding Columbus steering vessel. Guanahane, Oct 12, 1492, Columbus Steering Vessal Guided by Light; Rv. Ediface with Eagle above, Chicago World's Fair 1893, below. Ex Goldberg #75, Lot 1947, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals. Same obverse as the other white medal version in this collection, but different reverse. Housed in custom acryilic holder with NGC photo-certificate.
View Coin Columbus Santa Maria United States Chicago, IL 1893 Aluminum 30mm 1893 E-63 AL THE SANTA MARIA Eglit-63, HK-167 Reverse WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 61 Medal, 1893, Aluminum, THE SANTA MARIA, COLUMBUS, Columbian Expo, United States, Chicago, Eglit-63 AL, HK-167 Reverse. NGC MS61, Cert# 3241160-003. Set of Two 1893 Santa Maria Medals. Eglit-63 & 63B. This set consists of two metal content varieties of the 31mm Santa Maria medal. Eglit-63, aluminum, 31mm, is NGC graded MS61. Eglit-63B, gilt bronze, 31mm, is NGC graded MS60. These are nice examples of this popular and rare variety. Obv. Bust of Columbus, Legend around, Rv. The Santa Maria ship, Columbus in sight of the new world. Ex Goldberg #75, Lot 1980, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals.
View Coin Columbus Lead by Light United States Chicago, IL 1893 AE BRONZE 1893 IL 51mm E-337 OBV COLUMBUS LEAD BY ""LIGHT"" Eglit-337 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 64 RB Medal, 1893, AE (Red Bronze), COLUMBUS LED BY LIGHT MEDAL, Eglit-337, NGC MS64RB, Cert# 1519256-020. Columbus Guided by Light Medal, Size: 51mm. Allegorical figure of Light guiding Columbus steering vessel. Guanahane, Oct 12, 1492, Columbus Steering Vessal Guided by Light; Rv. Ediface with Eagle above, Chicago World's Fair 1893, below, 51mm. Ex Goldberg #75, Lot 1946, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals. Same obverse as white medal version, but different reverse, and this Bonze version may be rarer than white metal issue. Housed in custom acryilic holder with NGC photo-certificate. One of the finest known.
View Coin Columbus Miss Society United States Chicago, IL 1893 WM MEDAL 1893 E-327 (WM) MISS SOC. EV. ASSOC. Eglit-327 WM WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 61 Medal, 1893, WM, MISS. SOCIETY EV. ASSOCIATION, COLUMBIAN EXPO MEDAL, United States, Chicago. Eglit-327 WM, NGC MS61, Cert# 2512903-027. Obv. Christopher Columbus, legend, Bust Left, Bearded; Rv. Miss. Society Ev. Association Memorial, legend around, inside wreath, Date 1893 in fancy ornate script. Holed, as made. An attractive Columbian Expo Medal from the Goldberg #75 auction, Lot 1983, part of a 3 piece set in various metals. Ex Hoffman Columbian Expo Medal Collection.
View Coin Columbus Lord's Prayer United States Chicago, IL 1892-3 AE Gilt 14mm 1893 E-252 GILT LORD'S PRAYER Eglit-252 Gilt WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 66 Medal, 1892-3, AE Gilt, LORD'S PRAYER, COLUMBUS PORTRAIT, WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO, United States, Chicago, Eglit-252 Gilt, NGC MS66, Cert# 2523228-008. Obv. Portrait Bust of Columbus; Rv. Lord's Prayer. Part of a Six Piece Set of 1892-1893 Columbian Expo Gilt Lord's Prayer Medal Set. Eglit-251, Bearded Columbus Bust, NGC MS64. Eglit-252, Columbus Bust with hole at top, NGC MS66. Eglit-253, U.S. Mint with hole, NGC MS67. Eglit-254, U.S. Grant's Tomb with hole, NGC MS66. Eglit-255, G. Washington with hole, NGC MS64. Unlisted in Eglit, Bust of U.S. Grant with hole, NGC MS66. It is believed the Grant bust medals was first issued around 1885 and again for the Columbian Exposition. This set consists of some of the highest graded pieces known. Ex Goldberg #75, Lot 1981, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals.
View Coin Columbus Battle Ship NY United States New York 1893 WM WM 1893 E-211 U.S. BATTLE SHIP NEW YORK Eglit-211 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 62 Medal, 1892, WM, U.S. BATTLE SHHIP NEW YORK, Worlds Columbian Expo, Eglit-211 WM, NGC MS62, Cert# 3241159-005. Medal, 1892, BZ, NEW YORK CELEBRATION, WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO, Eglit-203 (E-204), NGC MS64, Cert# 3015016-006. Part of two 1892-93 New York Celebration Medals located in Lot 1990 of the Goldberg Auction, Sept 2013, Lot 1990. Eglit-211, U.S. Battleship New York in white metal, NGC graded MS62. Obv. Sailing Ship at New York, 1893; Rv. U.S. Battle Ship New York, Columbian Exposition. Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals.
View Coin Columbus Liberty United States Chicago, IL 1893 Aluminum 50mm 1893 E-116, AL COLUMBUS - LIBERTY Eglit E-116 AL WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 64 Medal, 1893, AL, COLUMBUS LIBERTY- CONSILIO ET ANIMIS, Spirit of Chicago Medal, United States, Chicago, Aluminum Medal Eglit-116, Size: 51mm. NGC graded MS-64, Cert# 2428335-002. Obverse has Columbus bust with French-Latin legend along edge; Rv. Chicago city Goddess standing with American eagle and draped flags with legend along edge on reverse. A very popular medal and unusual design. Scarce medal, but especially scarce in this higher mint state grade.
View Coin Columbus Statue UNITED STATES Chicago, IL 1892 Aluminum SC$1 1892-3 IL HK-239 COLUMBUS STATUE DOLLAR WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO HK-239 Al, Eglit-43 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MS 62 Medal, 1892, AL, COLUMBUS STATUE DOLLAR, World's Columbian Expo, Chicago, IL, So Called Dollar HK-239 Aluminum, NGC MS62, Cert# 3108316-010. Rarity-5. Obv. full figure of Columbus as a statue, within circle, outside above around, World's Columbian Exposition, below Chicago 1892-3., Stars at each side; Rv.Horizontal line above center, beneath, edifice, 1892; above line, Scene depicting Landing of Columbus with date 1492 above. The 400th Anniversary of the landing of Columbus was immensely celebrated in this country. A scarce mint state example of a sought after SC$.
View Coin Columbus World Globe UNITED STATES Chicago, IL 1892-3 Aluminum SC$1 1892-3 IL HK-174 WORLD GLOBE DOLLAR WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO HK-174 AL WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC AU 58 Medal, 1892, Aluminum, WORLD GLOBE DOLLAR, EXHIBITION BUILDINGS & COLUMBUS LANDING SCENE, United States, Chicago, So Called Dollar, HK-174. NGC MS64, Cert# 3706259-010. Rarity-4. Obv. Exposition Buildings and grounds on Globe, below on globe, World's Fair Exposition, Chicago 1892-3; above, World's Fair, below, Souvenir. Rv. Scene depicting Landing of Columbus on world globe, below on globe, Landing of Columbus in America, October 12, 1492. Attractive.
View Coin Columbus Bust Dollar UNITED STATES Chicago, IL 1892 WM SC$1 1892 IL HK-224 COLUMBUS BUST DOLLAR WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO HK-224 WM, Eglit-207 WM WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MS 64 PL Medal, 1892, WM, COLUMBUS BUST DOLLAR, WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO, Chicago, IL, So Called Dollar, HK-224 WM, Eglit-207 WM, NGC MS64PL, Cert# 4056104-002. Obv. Bareheaded bust, facing to r.; on l., around, Columbus; on r., 1492-1892. Rv. Scene depicting Landing of Columbus; below, Landing of / Columbus. Size: 38mm. 1 of only 2 highest graded proof like examples. Rare. Ex John Dean Collection.
View Coin Columbus World Globe UNITED STATES CHICAGO, IL 1892-3 Aluminum SC$1 1892-3 IL HK-174 WORLD GLOBE DOLLAR WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO HK-174 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MS 65 Medal, 1892-3, Aluminum, WORLD GLOBE DOLLAR, EXHIBITION BUILDINGS & COLUMBUS LANDING SCENE, United States, Chicago, So Called Dollar, HK-174. NGC MS65., Cert# 4010177-003. Rarity-4. Obv. Exposition Buildings and grounds on Globe, below on globe, World's Fair Exposition, Chicago 1892-3; above, World's Fair, below, Souvenir. Rv. Scene depicting Landing of Columbus on world globe, below on globe, Landing of Columbus in America, October 12, 1492. Attractive.
View Coin Columbus, Lincoln & Grant United States Chicago, IL 1892 Brass BRASS 1892 IL E-88 WASHINGTON LINCOLN GRANT Eglit-88 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 64 Medal, 1892, BR, COLUMBUS and WASHINGTON, LINCOLN, GRANT MEDAL, Eglit 88, NGC MS64, Cert# 2514648-030. 1892 Washington, Lincoln, Grant medal, Eglit-88, brass. NGC graded MS-64. The Columbus bust obverse paired with the bust of Presidents Washington, Lincoln and Grant make this one of the most popular Columbian Exposition medals. This medal is a better example of this variety. Ex Goldberg # 75, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals.
View Coin Columbus Liberty, High Relief Type UNITED STATES CHICAGO, IL 1892 Aluminum SC$1 1892 IL HK-222 LIBERTY HEAD HIGH RELIEF WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO HK-22 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MS 67 DPL Medal, 1892, Aluminum, LIBERTY HEAD DOLLAR, WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, United States, Chicago, IL, So-Called Dollar, HK-222 (High Relief), Graded NGC MS67DPL, Cert# 4144331-004. TOP POP at NGC, not many have been graded, but only 3 in MS67DPL, and none better. An amazing example with mirror proof like reflectivity. Obv. Liberty Head in high relief, facing left, below, W.M. all within circle, stars outside around, below, 1892. Rv. Scene depicting landing of Columbus, below 1492- all within circle, outside, around, Dedicated to the American People in Honor of the 400th Anniversary of the Discovery of America; below United We Stand, Divided We Fall.
View Coin Columbus Christoforo Colombo United States Chicago, IL 1892 Aluminum MEDAL 1892 IL E-55(WM) CHRISTOFORO COLOMBO Eglit-273 (Italian Version of E-55) WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 62 Medal, 1892, Aluminum, CRISTOFORO COLOMBO, World's Columbian Expo, (Cristofor Colombo Esposizione) Italo-Americana Medal, Eglit-273./ 55. NGC graded MS-62, Cert# 1948837-006. Size: 50mm. This is the Italian version of Eglit-55. NGC lists Eglit-55 on label. Obv. Columbus with Hat, inside Circle and Wreath around, Outside Circle, Nato 1456, Morto 1506, Cristoforo Colombo, Stars Left, Right and Bottom. Ex Goldberg #75, Lot 1924, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals.
View Coin Columbus Kitchen Calendar United States Chicago, IL 1892 Aluminum AL 1892 IL E-415 W.W.KITCHEN CALENDAR Eglit-415 AL WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 62 Medal, 1892, Aluminum, COLUMBIAN EXPO W.W. KITCHEN PERPETUAL CALENDAR MEDAL, United States, Chicago, Eglit-415, NGC MS62, Cert# 1519260-010. Part of a trio of Kitchen Perpetual Calendar Medals, 3 Varieties. Aluminum, 30mm. Eglit-415 is NGC graded MS62. Eglit-415A is NGC graded MS64. Eglit-416 with brass center has Uncirculated. On each, Obverse Christopher Columbus, dates 1492-1892; Rv. Varies, but each with Detailed Circular Tables with Dates and Numbers Creating a Perpetual Calendar. Ex Golderg #75, Lot 1986, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals.
View Coin Columbus Illinois Pure United States Chicago, IL 1892 Aluminum 35mm 1892 IL E-38 AL ILLINOIS PURE ALUMINUM CO Eglit-38 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 62 PL Medal, 1892, Aluminum, ILLINOIS PURE ALUMINUM CO, WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO, United States, Chicago, Eglit-38 AL, NGC MS 62PL, Cert 3091716-004. Size: 35 mm. Obverse Legend: WORLD'S FAIR O SOUVENIR 1492 1892
Obverse Type: Bearded Coumbus bust facing; Rv. Legend: ILLINOIS PURE ALUMINUM COMPANY LEMONT. ILL. PURE ALUMINUM COOKING UTENSILS MEDALS SHEETS AND MANUFACTURED ALUMINUM. Ex Goldberg #75, Lot 1970, Ex Hoffman Columbian Exposition Medals.
View Coin Columbus Star Medal United States Chicago, IL 1892 Aluminum 36.5mm 1892 IL E-322 AL COLUMBIAN 13 STAR MEDAL EGLIT-322 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 62 Medal, 1892, Aluminum, COLUMBIAN 13 STAR MEDAL, United States, Chicago, Rare & Usual, Eglit-322. NGC MS62, Cert# 3186024-012. Size: 36.5mm. One of the more unusual Exposition medal designs, this piece was sold as a good luck or success medal in the World's Columbian Exposition Illustrated Journal. Obv. Small Bust of Columbus with Beard, left, inside Wreath and multiple circles, 13 Stars around, C H I C A G O around at borders each letter in semicircle connecting to edge, which is 7 sided, the first 7 sided medal or token ever encountered by this writer. Rv. Small Central Glove with 1492 across it, circles around, October 13, 1492, Stars, and A M E R I C A around at borders each letter in semicircle connecting to edge duplicating obverse. Ex Goldberg #75, Lot 1978, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals. RARE.
View Coin Columbus Bust United States Chicago, IL 1892 WM WM 1892 IL E-228 COLUMBUS BUST EGLIT-228 WM WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 62 Medal, 1892, AE, DISCOVERY OF AMERICA, BARBARISM, COLUMBUS, Columbian Expo, United States, Chicago, Eglit-228 WM, NGC MS62, Cert# 2514648-037. One of Two G.H. Lovett 1892 Columbus Bust Medals, 31mm. Eglit-228. White metal variety is NGC graded MS62. The bronze variety is NGC graded MS64RB. Obv. Columbus Portrait, Waist Up, Beard, Mustache, Ruffled Collar, Rv. Legend around, From Deepest Barbarism to Highest Civilization, All Seeing Eye at Top, Banner with dates inside, 1492 and 1892, Four Hundredth Anniversary of the Discovery of America, Celebrates in the United States, October 21, 1892. Among Finest Known. Ex Goldberg #75, Lot 1976, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals.
View Coin Columbus Mandel Bros United States CHICAGO, IL 1892 Brass BRASS 1892 IL E-26 MANDEL BROS BOYS CLOTHING Eglit-26 BR WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 61 Medal, 1892, Brass, MANDEL BROS BOYS CLOTHING, WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO, United States, Chicago, Eglit-26, NGC MS61, Cert# 2515861-001. Obv. World's Fair Chicago, inside circle, World Map / Globe, with loop as made; Rv. Mandel Bros. Boys Clothing Department, Standing Lion Design with M trademark in Shield. Attractive. Ex Goldberg #75, Lot 1970, Ex Hoffman Columbian Expo Medal Collection.
View Coin Columbus (Germany) United States Chicago, IL (Germany) 1892 Bronze BRONZE 1892 GERMANY OBV E-91 I.CHRISTENSEN (REEDED) Eglit-91 (Obv) WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 64 BN PL Medal, 1892, Bronze, COLUMBUS COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL, United States, Chicgo, (Germany), Obverse of Eglit-91, NGC MS64BN PL, Cert# 2548304-007. 1892 Germany, Columbus Commemorative Medal by Oertel & Co. This German medal was produced by Oertel & Co. and engraved by I. Christensen and Deitenbeck for the National Maritime Museum. It commemorates Columbus and uses the Eglit-91 obverse die. This is a wonderful example of this medal. It is conservatively graded. Obv. High Relief Portrait of Columbus, Legend, CHRISTOPH COLUMBUS, Anchor, Rope and Crossed Branches, Oertel Berlin; Rv. Ivy Wreath around, Inscription Commemorating Columbus inside Wreath.

Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals.
View Coin Columbus Kitchen Calendar United States Chicago, IL 1892 Aluminum AL 1892 E-415A W.W.KITCHEN CALENDAR Eglit-415A AL WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 64 Medal, 1892, Aluminum, COLUMBIAN EXPO W.W. KITCHEN PERPETUAL CALENDAR MEDAL, United States, Chicago, Eglit-415A, NGC MS64, Cert# 2514648-033. Part of a trio of Kitchen Perpetual Calendar Medals, 3 Varieties. Aluminum, 30mm. Eglit-415 is NGC graded MS62. Eglit-415A is NGC graded MS64. Eglit-416 with brass center has Uncirculated. On each, Obverse Christopher Columbus, dates 1492-1892; Rv. Varies, but each with Detailed Circular Tables with Dates and Numbers Creating a Perpetual Calendar. Ex Golderg #75, Lot 1986, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals.
View Coin Columbus Discovery of America United States Chicago, IL 1892 AE 31mm 1892 E-228 AE DISCOVERY OF AMERICA Eglit-228 AE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 64 RB Medal, 1892, AE, DISCOVERY OF AMERICA, BARBARISM, COLUMBUS, Columbian Expo, United States, Chicago, Eglit-228 AE, NGC MS64RB, Cert# 3241160-004. One of Two G.H. Lovett 1892 Columbus Bust Medals, 31mm. Eglit-228. White metal variety is NGC graded MS62. The bronze variety is NGC graded MS64RB. Obv. Columbus Portrait, Waist Up, Beard, Mustache, Ruffled Collar, Much Red and Luster Remaining, Rv. Legend around, From Deepest Barbarism to Highest Civilization, All Seeing Eye at Top, Banner with dates inside, 1492 and 1892, Four Hundredth Anniversary of the Discovery of America, Celebrates in the United States, October 21, 1892. Among Finest Known. Ex Goldberg #75, Lot 1976, Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals.
View Coin Columbus NY Celebration United States New York 1892 Bronze MEDAL 1892 E-203 (BZ) NEW YORK CELEBRATION Eglit-203 (204) WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO NGC MEDAL MS 64 Medal, 1892, BZ, NEW YORK CELEBRATION, WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO, Eglit-203 (E-204), NGC MS64, Cert# 3015016-006. Part of two 1892-93 New York Celebration Medals located in Lot 1990 of the Goldberg Auction, Sept 2013, Lot 1990. Eglit-204 & 211. Eglit-204, New York Celebration in bronze, NGC graded MS64 (labelled Eglit-203 by NGC). Eglit-211, U.S. Battleship New York in white metal, NGC graded MS62. Ex Hoffman Collection of World's Columbian Exposition Medals. Obv. Bust of Columbus, name and date in legend around; Rv. Four Hundredth Anniversary of the Discovery of America. Ship. Celebration in NeYork, 1892.
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