Why Order This PF70 UC 1903 Morgan Treasury 1 oz. Proof Silver Medal with a Black Core Slab and an Exclusive Smithsonian Label?
The U.S. Mint regularly issues United States Treasury medals to honor those who hold the position of Secretary of the Treasury. In 1903, the very first United States Treasury medal was issued. The 1 oz. silver proof shown here was authorized by the Smithsonian, and it's a recreation of the first United States Treasury medal. A mintage limit of 2,500 pieces has been set.
Exquisite Portrait of Hamilton
The incredible portrait of Alexander Hamilton shown on the obverse is the work of George T. Morgan. You may be familiar with Morgan's other designs, such as those found on the Morgan silver dollar. The inscriptions on this side include Hamilton's name as well as the years of his birth and death. This portrait is considered a masterpiece even by modern artists.
The design on the reverse was inspired by the original seal of the United States Treasury. There are many fine details here.
PF70 UC with a Black Core Holder and an Exclusive Smithsonian Label
The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation certified this silver medal. It was given a perfect Proof 70 grade along with the Ultra Cameo designation. Its presentation is complimented by a black core slab and an exclusive Smithsonian label.
Don't wait, order this NGC PF70 UC 1903 Morgan Treasury 1 oz. proof silver medal with a black core holder and an exclusive Smithsonian label today.
This 1903 Morgan Treasury 1 oz Silver Proof Pattern NGC PF70 UC Black Core Holder Exclusive Smithsonian Label is proudly minted by the Commonwealth Mint. The Commonwealth Mint, located in Great Britain, is best known for creating commemorative coins and stamps.
|Year of Issue:||1903|
|Holder:||Black Core Holder|
|Label/Signature:||Exclusive Smithsonian Label|
|Display Weight:||1 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||31.1035 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1 oz|
|Obverse Design:||Alexander Hamilton|
|Reverse Design:||Seal of the United States Treasury|