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Why add this Intaglio Mint Pan-American Expo 2 oz. silver tribute round to your collection of precious metals?
The Pan-American Exposition was a World's Fair held in 1901 from May 1st through November 2nd, which was hosted by the city of Buffalo, New York. The Expo was intended to promote trade relationships between North and South America, however the event is remembered most as the site of U.S. President William McKinley's assassination. This silver round struck by the Intaglio Mint is a replica of the Pan-American Expo medallion designed by American sculptor Hermon A. MacNeil. MacNeil's best known work is the design of the Standing Liberty quarter, which was minted from 1916 until 1930.
Exciting Historic Designs
Obverse: Lady Liberty is featured on the obverse walking beside a bison, accompanied by the inscriptions "PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION," "TWO TROY OZ." and ".999 FINE SILVER."
Reverse: The reverse depicts two Native American men, one from North America, and one from South America, each dressed in distinctive tribal style. The men are portrayed seated, beside shields adorned with their respective continents, while sharing a peace pipe to demonstrate Pan-American friendship. Inscribed "BVFFALO" and "V.S.A," in the Latin style (the letter "V" in place of "U"), with the date of 1901 represented as the Roman numerals "MCMI."
Gorgeous GEM Brilliant Uncirculated Round
This Intaglio Mint 2 oz. Silver Pan-American Expo Tribute Round is presented in ungraded Brilliant Uncirculated (GEM BU) condition, featuring sharply struck design elements, nearly perfect surfaces and exceptional eye appeal.
Add this magnificent 2 oz. silver replica of the 1901 Pan-American Expo Medal to your collection today!
|Variety:||Pan-American Expo Tribute|
|Display Weight:||2 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||62.207 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||2 oz|