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Category:  Token & Medals
Owner:  World_Coin_Nut
Last Modified:  12/11/2020
Set Description
I have recently started paying more attention to medals from around the world. Some of them are absolutely stunning and many of these can be picked up for a relatively small amount.

Set Goals
Much like my coin collection I purchase medals that catch my attention. My Swiss Shooting medals are in a set of there own. This set is all of the other medals that I currently have.

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View Coin   GERMAN MEDALS Silver SILVER 1763-DATED OLDING-931 PRUSSIA PEACE IN HUBERTUSBURG OLDING-931 NGC AU 58 Betts-446; Pax in Nummis-595; Olding-931; Henckel-1658. By J. L. Oexlein.

Diameter: 44mm
Weight: 21.76 g

Obverse: Germania standing facing, head right, holding scepter and grain ear; mountains and plowman in background; Reverse: View of the Hubertusburg Palace; above, Fama (Rumor) flying right, blowing in one trumpet and holding another. Numerous cleaning marks throughout, but no other real distractions and with little in the way of handling. Popular colonial America type.Sometimes referred to as 'World War Zero,' given its scale overall number of belligerent powers, the Seven Years' War began primarily with Austria's desire to recover Silesia from the Kingdom of Prussia. Since Great Britain had been aiming to increase her colonial possessions in the new world at the expense of France, the strife in the American theater began to merge with that in Europe, resulting in a legitimate global conflict, with every major European power taking the side of either Great Britain/Prussia or France/Austria. In addition to North America and Europe, skirmishes also played out in Central America, the western coast of Africa, India, and the Philippines. Ultimately, a peace was achieved through the Treaty of Paris, formally ending all conflicts save for the Silesian question; the Treaty of Hubertusburg, signed five days later, ended the issue between Prussia and Austria, formally ending the war.
View Coin   GREAT BRITAIN - MEDALS Bronze BRONZE 1816 G.BRIT BHM-923 ALGIERS BOMBARDED BHM.923 NGC MS 62 BN Bombardment of Algiers, copper medal, 1816, by Thomas Wyon Jr. and [reverse], Thomas Wyon Sr., for Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, laureate bust of the Prince l., wearing uniform and medals, rev. panoramic view of the action with ships firing and the city beyond, ALGIERS BOMBARDED ... CHRISTIAN SLAVERY EXTINGUISHED

Diameter: 50.34mm
Weight: 67.1 g

(BHM.923; Eimer 1083; MH.575), a little scuffed, pleasant very fine and scarce
*ex Spink Auction, 26 September 2006, lot 413
In 1816 a squadron under Admiral Sir Edward Pellew was sent to Algiers where they arrived on 27 August, in company with a small Dutch squadron. They sought the release of the British Consul, who had been detained, and over 1000 Christian slaves, many being seamen taken by the Algerines. When they received no reply the fleet bombarded Algiers. Pellew was subsequently created Viscount Exmouth.
View Coin   UNITED STATES OVAL 2019 SILVER CHICAGO COIN CLUB 100th #8 of 28 NGC MS 69 Silver #8 of 28

Obverse: Chicago’s famed Buckingham Fountain in a horizontal view
Reverse: vertical view of Chicago’s iconic Water Tower

Weight: 8 oz
Dimensions: 3.25” x 2.44” x 0.25”

Chicago Coin Club 100th anniversary medal.
View Coin   GERMANY - GOETZ MEDALS Bronze BRONZE 1919-DATED KIENAST-230 BISMARCK MAUSOLEUM NGC UNC Details depicts "The Bismarck Mausoleum (Bismarck Grabhaus)", Cast Bronze Medal, 356.00g., 105mm, by Karl Goetz, 1919. As you can see it is a big medal measuring over 4" in diameter.

Obverse: Bismarck in the heavens, defiantly clenching his fists with clouds swirling around him.
Legend: Was ich mit Hulfe des deutschen Volkes schuf in grosser Zeit - das hat der Wahn eines einzelnen zerstort • Das deutsche Volk hat sich durtch Unterzeichnung des Friedens von Versailles selbst aus der Reihe der Grossmächte gestrichen • War es fruher wird es jetzt mit Recht verachtet • Es muss sich sogarselbst verachten bis diese Schmach mit dem Blute unserer Feinde abgewaschen wird?" (What I created with the help of the German people over a long period of time - which has been destroyed by the delusion of a single individual. The German people have struck themselves from the list of great powers by subscribing to the Peace of Versailles. It (Germany) was formerly hated, it is now justifiably despised. It must, therefore, despise itself so much until this disgrace will be cleansed with the blood of our enemies).

Reverse: Bismarck's burial place in the Saxon Forest.
Legend: "Deutschlands Ehre, Grosse und Gluck begraben im Sachsenwalde" (Germany's Honor, Greatness and Good Fortune lie buried in the Saxon Forest).

Dated: April 1, 1899, (Kienast 230)

Bismarck died in 1898 when the German empire he was instrumental in founding was still an ascendant power. This medal struck in the climate of despair and national shame following Germany's defeat in the Great War depicts a Bismarck angered by the failure of the German people, scolding them from the grave.
View Coin   GREAT BRITAIN - MEDALS Bronze BRONZE 1798 G.BRIT BHM-458 VICTORIES OF THE YEAR NGC MS 63 BN Obverse: Draped and cuirassed bust left

Reverse: Britannia seated r. by trophy of arms;
Reverse Legent: MARI VICTRIX TERRAQUE INVICTA (Victorious at sea, unvanquished on land), AVITUM TRANSCENDIT HONOREM and date in ex. (He surpassed the honor of his ancestors)

Weight: 60.62
Diameter: 48mm

Artist: Kuchler, C.H.
Dynasty: Hanoverian
View Coin   UNITED STATES 102mm 1909 NY SILVER AMERICAN NUMISMATIC SOC. HUDSON-FULTON CELEBRATION NGC MS 62 I don't purchase many medals. It's not that I don't like them, I just prefer coins that were used in commerce. When I saw this historic medal I just couldn't say no. It was made for the ANS to coincide with the 1909 Hudson Fulton Celebration. These were made in multiple sizes. In addition to silver they were also made out of brass, aluminum and white metal. This particular piece is 102mm in diameter and is 11.7 ounces of Sterling Silver. This is the largest size made and is pretty scarce.

The medals I have seen all have the same design regardless of size. They also made a number of different size pin backs. In addition there was numerous advertising pieces made including the pictured post card.

A little history from Wikipedia:

The Hudson-Fulton Celebration from September 25 to October 9, 1909 in New York and New Jersey was an elaborate commemoration of the 300th anniversary of Henry Hudson's discovery of the Hudson River and the 100th anniversary of Robert Fulton's first successful commercial application of the paddle steamer. The maritime achievements of Hudson and Fulton foreshadowed the importance of the river to New York's progress and identity. Organizers used the event not only to display the success of the two men, but also the status of New York City as a world city and the achievements of its citizens.

2015 Great Britain 8 oz Silver Battle of Waterloo Medal

With a mintage of only 1,815 coins and a truly fascinating backstory, this unique medal is a must for collectors and historians alike. The large 8 oz size allows the exquisite design to be shown in superb detail.

Contains 8.038 oz. of .999 fine Silver.
80mm Diameter

Exact recreation of the Waterloo Medal designed by Benedetto Pistrucci that took 30 years to complete.

Obverse: The heads of the four allied nations are featured at the center: Prince Regent George IV, Francis II of Austria, Alexander I of Russia and Frederick William II of Prussia. Surrounding these busts is an allegorical representation of the Treaty of Peace that emerged from the battle (the Latin inscription ‘Federe Junctis’ alluding to the treaty itself).

Reverse: Represents the mythical ‘Battle of the Giants’, where the giants are said to have unsuccessfully challenged the Olympian Gods. In this composition, Pistrucci depicted 19 figures struck down by the thunderbolts of Jupiter – 19 for each year of the Napoleonic Wars.

Guaranteed by the Royal Mint.

Struck to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, this 2015 Pistrucci Waterloo Silver Medal is struck by Britain's Royal Mint in Eight Ounces of 99.9% Silver. Each medal has been approved by The Royal Mint and certified by NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation) to be One of First 500 Struck and comes in a wooden presentation case, with a Royal Mint numbered certificate of authenticity and a Waterloo Medal storybook.

Sir William Wellesley Pole, the first Duke of Wellington's brother, commissioned Pistrucci to create the medal 10 days after the Allied victory. It took Pistrucci over 30 years to complete the molds because of the medals mammoth dimensions and the complexity of the design. The mold was a massive 134mm (5.28 inches) in diameter. By the time the molds were completed, the four Allied sovereigns who were to receive the medal had died, and it was never made.

The Battle of Waterloo brought more than two decades of Napoleonic Wars to an end. This brought a welcome peace over Europe. As a fitting tribute, the Waterloo Campaign Medal was struck for all who fought in the battle. But, it wasn't Pistrucci's medal. A second medal, Pistrucci's medal, was to be designed and presented to the heads of the allied countries and the commanders involved in the battle. Though the original was designed, it went unstruck in Pistrucci's lifetime and for many years beyond...Until now.

For the 200th anniversary of the epic battle, Royal Mint struck Pistrucci's design a reality with the release of this 8oz silver Battle of Waterloo Medal. The reverse represents the mythical 'Battle of the Giants', where the giants are said to have unsuccessfully challenged the Olympian Gods. In this composition, Pistrucci depicted 19 figures struck down by the thunderbolts of Jupiter – 19 for each year of the Napoleonic Wars. At the center of the reverse is a pair of powerful steeds, ridden by characters bearing the features of Wellington and Blücher, both guided by the winged figure of Victory, who was also depicted upon Wyon's Campaign Medal that was awarded to those involved in the Battle of Waterloo.

Inspired by Greek mythology, the obverse shows the heads of the four allied nations feature at the center of the obverse: Prince Regent George IV, Francis II of Austria, Alexander I of Russia and Frederick William II of Prussia. Surrounding these busts is an allegorical representation of the Treaty of Peace that emerged from the battle (the Latin inscription 'Federe Junctis' alluding to the treaty itself). The symbolic composition includes, among other characters, Apollo restoring the day and Themis, Goddess of Justice, who is placed next to the sovereigns as a symbol of the importance of order.
View Coin   France Bronze BRONZE 1821-DATED FRANCE VINCENT DE PAUL GATTEAUX - (41mm) NGC MS 64 BN Vincent DePaul
by Jacques-Edouard Gatteaux
View Coin   GREAT BRITAIN - MEDALS Bronze BRONZE (1731)G.BRIT EIMER-526 KINGS & QUEENS OF ENGLAND ANNE NGC AU 55 BN DASSIER, Jean: England, 1731, Bronze, 41 mm, 34.2g
Obv: Bust of Anne ANNA D.G. M. BR. FR. ET HIB. REGINA.
Rev: A sarcophagus, upon which an obelisk has been erected. At left, Fame blowing her trumpet, draws open a curtain to reveal a bust of Prince George. At right a putto points to the portrait. On the lid of the sarcophagus is Victory seated on the barrel of a cannon amidst a pile of captured standards, cannons and cannon balls. She is depicted in the act of recording the deeds of the reign upon a shield.
Exergue: NATA. 6. FEBR. 1665. CORONAT. 23. APR. 1702. MORT. 1. AVG. 1714.
Signed: I.D.
Ref: M.I. ii, 417/292; Eimer 72/462; Eisler I, 264/32; Thompson 33/31; Weiss BW622

Anne (1665-1727) Queen of Great Britain and Ireland (1702-1714), was the second daughter of James, Duke of York (King James II, 1685-1688), and Anne Hyde. Although her father was a Roman Catholic, she was reared a Protestant at the insistence of her uncle, King Charles II. In 1683 Anne was married to Prince George of Denmark. Succeeding William III, Anne was the last Stuart sovereign and, after the Act of Union (1707), the first monarch of the United Kingdom of England and Scotland. As the last Stuart monarch, she wished to rule independently, but her intellectual limitations and chronic ill health caused her to rely heavily on her ministers, who directed England’s efforts against France and Spain in the War of the Spanish Succession (1701-1714). This war dominated her reign and is often called Queen Anne’s War. Anne was the last English monarch to exercise the royal veto over legislation, but the rise of parliamentary government was inexorable. The Jacobite cause was crushed when Anne was succeeded by George I. Her reign is notable for the vibrancy that party conflicts between Whigs and Tories instilled in contemporary arts and culture (from O’Brien and Thompson)
View Coin   GREAT BRITAIN - ILLUSTR. SILVER 1704 G.BRIT MI-270-70 BRITISH VICTORIES Eimer-411 NGC AU 58 Anne silver "British Victories" Medal 1704 AU, Eimer-411, MI-II-270/70. By P. H. Müller. Commemorating military and naval victories at Donauwerth, Gibraltar and Hochstadt. Handsomely toned a slate gray with deep orange highlights.

Diameter: 43.7mm
View Coin   France Bronze BRONZE 1842-DATED FRANCE LOUIS-MARIE DE CORMENIN ROGAT - (51mm) (E:HAND) NGC MS 62 BN FRANCE, Royal (Restored).
Louis-Marie de Cormenin, jurist and political activist.

Diameter: 52mm
Weight: 72.40 g

By Rogat. Dated 1842.

Obverse: LOUIS MARIE DE CORMENIN, head left
Reverse: Statue of Genus surrounded by statues of famous men; all in front of a pantheon.

Despite the rim damage, this is a beautiful piece.

The Cathedral of Orvieto was damaged by an earthquake in 1832. Its restoration is commemorated in the 1842 dated medal of the Vatican.

Pope Gregory XVI
View Coin   Japan Bronze BRONZE (1919-DATED) JAPAN TREATY OF VERSAILLES OSAKA MINT - (55mm) NGC MS 65 BN JAPAN: Taisho, 1912-1926, AE medal, year 8 (1919), 55mm, Commemorating the Treaty of Versailles ending World War I, Allegorical representation of Peace standing right, in oriental attire and with drapery billowing around, holding laurel branch; doves at feet and flying above; in background to right, gate and façade of Versailles Palace // Flags of the five allies of WWI: Great Britain, United States, Japan, Kingdom of Italy, and France; all within wreath comprised of oak branch and palm frond, nice dark brown surfaces, plain edge, a beautifully designed medal, EF.

The bronze issues of these medals were reportedly produced in quantity, though they seem to be infrequently offered in auctions.
View Coin   Silver SILVER 1892 GERMANY BAVARIA ARMY MONUMENT WITT-3065 Witt-3065 NGC MS 62 Bavaria. Luitpold, Prince Regent silver "Army Monument" 2 Taler Medal by A. Börsch

1892 MS62 NGC, Witt-3065, Gebhardt-202.

A proposed double taler design for the Prince Regent Luitpold--who reigned as de facto ruler of Bavaria from 1886 to 1912 beginning with the mental incapacity of his nephew Ludwig II (known to history as "Mad King Ludwig"), this medallic issue glimmers with mint luster and profuse die polish lines.
From the Jamestown Collection
View Coin   German States Prussia Silver SILVER 1817 GERMANY WHITING-580 PRUSSIA Whiting-580 (27.7g) NGC MS 64 Prussia. Martin Luther Reformation Anniversary silver Medal 1817
View Coin   Bronze BRONZE 1727-DATED FRANCE LORRAINE ROAD RESTORATION SAINT-URBAIN - (61mm) NGC MS 61 BN Saint-Urbain. Leopold I bronze "Restoration of Lorraine Roads" Medal 1727, Monnier-803, Florange-171. 60mm/84.77g. Attractively rendered, with the depiction of the Duke crossing a bridge on the reverse.
View Coin   BRAZILIAN MEDALS Bronze BRONZE 1840-DATED SANTA CASA MISERICORDIA HOSPITAL CORNERSTONE Calcavanti-128 (E:BEE) NGC MS 63 BN Pedro II Santa Casa Hospital bronze Medal 1840 MS63 Brown NGC, by Azevedo, Forer I:96, Calcavanti-128. 48mm. Young portrait of Pedro II in military attire. Rev. Image of the new hospital. Issued to commemorate the laying of the cornerstone for the new hospital. Rich chocolate-brown toning, with bold high relief and surfaces displaying only minor marks.
View Coin   Bronze AE 1902 GB BHM-3766 CORONATION OF KING EDWARD BHM-3766 NGC MEDAL MS 63 BN BHM-3766.

Conjoined portraits of Edward and Alexandra.

Holed at 12:00 with suspension loop
View Coin   BRONZE 1898-DATED FRANCE ATHENS PARIS SCHOOL O.ROTY - (60mm) E:(CORNUCOPIA) NGC MS 63 BN Greece, French School of Athens Paris 1898, by Oscar Roty, Obv. Allegory sitting on a column, discovering a statuette with a pick, in the decoration of the Roman Agora, signed O. Roty R. Rev. View of the Acropolis of Athens, wreath laurel and palm bearing dates 1846 and 1898 DAVELUY 1846 inscriptions, BURNOUF 1867 DUMONT 1875 FOUCART Homole 1878 and 1891 and facade of the French School of Athens. Bronze, superb achievement of Oscar Roty, for 50 years of the French School of Athens. 60MM

Weighs~85 grams &
is 61.5mm in diameter

Dedication of the art industrial,
former students & friends
on his 70th birthday
View Coin   ISRAEL - STATE MEDALS BRONZE 1967 BALFOUR DECLARATION 59mm #2790 NGC MS 64 The First Judeans

Reverse-Aimed Vanguard
of Israel's Sons
Edge writing-State of Israel

89 grams & 60 mm in diameter
View Coin   ISRAEL - STATE MEDALS BRONZE 1967 JEWISH LEGION JUBILEE (59mm) #1840 NGC MS 65 Genesis 15-7 Reverse
1917 - 1967

91 grams & 59 mm in diameter
Edge writing-State of Israel
View Coin   ISRAEL - STATE MEDALS BRONZE 1966 ROTHSCHILD - (59mm) #0694 NGC MS 64 The Rothschild Medal

State Medal 1966

78 grams & 59mm in diameter

This Commemorative medal
was struck to honor
Baron Edmond de Rothschild &
his son James,
whose contributions were basic
to the resettlement of
View Coin   UNITED STATES Bronze 76mm 1852-DATED J-PE-8, AE HENRY CLAY J-PE-8 NGC MS 64 BN Category: U.S. Mint Medals - Julian
Mint: Philadelphia
Composition: Bronze
Diameter: 76mm
Edge: Plain

1852 Henry Clay Personal Medal NGC MS64 BN

This medal is NGC MS64 Brown, with no distracting marks, nice chestnut brown surfaces. Engraved by Charles Cushing Wright and struck at the U.S. Mint. The attribution is Julian-PE-8, Bronze.

About Henry Clay:

Leader of the Whig party and five times an unsuccessful presidential candidate, Henry Clay (1777-1852) played a central role on the stage of national politics for over forty years. He was secretary of state under John Quincy Adams, Speaker of the House of Representatives longer than anyone else in the nineteenth century, and the most influential member of the Senate during its golden age. In a parliamentary system, he would have undoubtedly become prime minister.

Clay’s personal magnetism made him one of America’s best-loved politicians; his elaborate scheming made him one of the most cordially hated. Through it all he displayed remarkable consistency of purpose: he was a nationalist, devoted to the economic development and political integration of the United States
View Coin   UNITED STATES SC$1 1933 CO HK-825 PEDLEY-RYAN DOLLAR HK-825 NGC MS 62 Pedley-Ryan & Co., Denver investment house, in order to provide a convenient medium for speculation in silver and to increase the use and popularity of silver as a medium of exchange, started a "Buy-an-Ounce-of-Silver" campaign Jan. 5, 1933. Silver at that time was in very limited demand, bar silver being quoted at 27 cents an ounce. Up to that time, the minimum amount of silver traded in on the big markets for actual delivery was 25,000 ounces, and this amount had been sold only since summer 1932.

On Jan. 5, Pedley-Ryan began its sale of round, rimless, plain-edge discs. Size of a standard U.S. dollar, they contained one ounce of silver, 430 grains 99% fine. The slugs were sold three for a dollar and Pedley-Ryan was to redeem them at prevailing market prices of silver. It was believed that thousands of investors throughout the country would purchase the "dollars" and would realize large profits when silver reached the 16 to 1 ratio hoped for by the silver bloc. Silver mining interests in Colorado and elsewhere would, in the meantime, benefit from an increased market for silver.

The campaign, which enabled even the smallest investor to speculate, ended in late summer. Sales had not reached anticipated goals. After that, Pedley-Ryan (later known as the Cow Gulch Oil Co.) sold bars of 1,000 ounces only.

Planchets for the pieces were made for Pedley-Ryan by the Sachs-Lawlor Co., Denver, the silver being obtained from the Denver Mint in 100-plus ounce bars. The discs were stamped by a girl in the Pedley-Ryan office. All have plain edge. First five types sold by Pedley-Ryan were stamped or punched (incuse) while Type VII was embossed.

Not more than 500 issued, beginning Jan. 7, 1933. Pedley-Ryan expressed hope this would be "the last and final variety." Complaints developed, however, that some motorists were using the slugs in lieu of silver dollars at automatic filling stations. A further change then was made, both as to size and type (Type VII). It was reported previously that only "50 made" of this Type IV; obviously an error.
View Coin   UNITED STATES 26mm 1882-DATED J-CM-42 PENNSYLVANIA BICENTENNIAL GILT Julian CM-42 EX. VIRGIL BRAND COLL. NGC MS 64 1882 MS Pennsylvania Bicentennial Medal, Julian CM-42, MS64 NGC. Brass. 25 mm. Slight, even mellowing over each side with most of the original color and luster remaining. Lightly spotted.
From The Virgil Brand Collection
View Coin   United States White Metal PL 1844 CAMPAIGN DEWITT-HC-1844-6, WM HENRY CLAY Dewitt HC-1844-6 MCCLURE COLLECTION NGC MS 62 1844 Henry Clay Campaign Medal, Dewitt HC-1844-6, MS62 NGC. White metal, 40 mm. Unlike most surviving examples, this one is holed for suspension at 12 o'clock. The high relief medal by Leonard features Henry Clay facing left with the date, 1844, below. The reverse depicts industry and shipping. The brilliant light gray surfaces are reflective and lightly toned.
From The Rev. Dr. James G. K. McClure Collection.
View Coin   United States 1852 43mm UNDATED WM HENRY CLAY BIRTH & DEATH NGC UNC Details Undated Henry Clay Life Medal -- Improperly Cleaned -- NGC Details. Unc. White metal. Henry Clay was born in 1777 and died in 1852, and his death marked the beginning of the end for the Whig Party in 19th century America. This white metal piece exhibits minor cleaning lines and other trivial marks on each side, retaining brilliant and reflective light gray surfaces.
Ex: Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society.
View Coin   UNITED STATES Bronze SC$1 1931 IL HK-460 McCORMICK REAPER 100th HK-460 COSMIQUE COLLECTION NGC AU 58 1931 McCormick Reaper Centennial, HK-460, AU58 NGC. Bronze, R.1. Golden-brown and walnut-brown alternate across this lightly handled but unblemished example. A popular and well-engraved design.

From The Cosmique Collection.
View Coin   GREAT BRITAIN - MEDALS White Metal WM 1862 G.BRIT BHM-2741 INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION (42mm) BHM-2741 NGC MS 62 1862 BHM-2741 International Exhibition Opening by Pinches NGC MS 62 SWM 41mm
View Coin   GREAT BRITAIN - MEDALS Silver SILVER 1827 G.BRIT BHM-1308 EARL OF ELDON LORD CHANCELLOR BHM-1308 NGC MS 60 John Scott, Earl of Eldon and Lord High Chancellor
silver Medal 1827
By Voigt.
View Coin   COPPER 1839-DATED G.BRITAIN MIDDLESEX - WILLIAM TILL NGC MEDAL MS 65 BN Middlesex copper Medal 1839 MS65 Brown NGC, William Till coins, medals, and antiques dealer in London.
View Coin   Copper BRONZE G.BRIT M-8443 JAMES HENRY M-8443 NGC MS 61 BN James Henry was a British numismatist who published a catalog in the later part of the 19th century. Diameter is 33 mm.
View Coin   GERMANY - GOETZ MEDALS Bronze BRONZE 1909-DATED KIENAST-47 BERLIN FLIGHT COUNT VON ZEPPELIN Kienast 47 NGC AU 58 BN Wilhelm II bronze "Count Von Zeppelin Berlin Flight" Medal 1909

Kienast-47. by K. Goetz.

Issued for the long-distance trips of the Zeppelin airships.

Obverse: GRAF FERDINAND VON ZEPPELIN His bust facing, head half to right
Reverse: Airship in clouds with rising sun flying right, above nude child seated inscribing commemorative plaque.

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