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Why Buy This PF70 UC 1903 Morgan Treasury 1 oz. Proof Silver Medal?
When the U.S. Mint issues a United States Treasury medal, it's to honor an individual who has served as Secretary of the Treasury. While the United States Treasury has been active since 1789, it wasn't until 1903 that the first of these medals were struck. The 1 oz. silver proof shown here was struck by a private Mint. It was authorized by the Smithsonian and is a recreation of the very first U.S. Treasury medal. No more than 2,500 will be minted.
Impressive Designs by Morgan
The obverse of this medal features a portrait of our nation's first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton. This impressive portrait is the work of George T. Morgan. Many consider this to be among Morgan's finest works of art, John Mercanti even called it a "masterwork of art and numismatics."
The design on the reverse is highly detailed as well. This side is modeled after the first seal used by the United States Treasury.
Perfect PF70 with UC
This medal was certified by the unbiased experts at the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation. It was awarded the grade of Proof 70 for its immaculate condition and the Ultra Cameo designation for its stunning visual contrast.
Call our Scarce and Unique Division today to order this NGC PF70 UC 1903 Morgan Treasury 1 oz. proof silver medal.
This 1903 Morgan Treasury 1 oz Silver Proof Pattern Scarce and Unique Coin Division NGC PF70 UC 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|
|Variety:||Scarce and Unique Coin Division|
|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|