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Why Add This PF70 UC 1903 Morgan United States Treasury 1/2 oz. Proof Gold Medal to Your Collection?
The United States Treasury was founded in 1789. The U.S. Mint honors those who serve as Secretary of the Treasury with U.S. Treasury medals. Although the U.S. Treasury was formed shortly after our nation gained independence, it wasn't until 1903 that the first U.S. Treasury medal was struck. The 1/2 oz. gold proof shown here was authorized by the Smithsonian and struck by a private Mint. This historic recreation was limited to a mintage of just 500 pieces.
The obverse of this medal shows a very impressive portrait of our first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton. This portrait is the work of George T. Morgan. Many regard it as one of his most stunning designs. Even retired Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint John Mercanti has called this Morgan design "a masterwork of art and numismatics."
The reverse displays the seal of the United States Treasury. However, this is not the modern version, but the original version.
NGC Certified PF70 UC
The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation was trusted with certifying this medal. No flaws could be found, so it was awarded a perfect Proof 70 grade. It was also given the Ultra Cameo designation for its superb visual contrast.
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This 1903 United States Morgan Treasury 1/2 oz Gold 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:||1/2 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||15.5517 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||0.5 oz|
|Obverse Design:||Alexander Hamilton|
|Reverse Design:||Seal of the United States Treasury|