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Henry Grady medal

1895 COTTON STATES AND INTERNATION EXPOSITION
HENRY GRADY MEDAL
Gilted Bronze

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1966 Georgia State Capitol

1966 GEORGIA STATE CAPITOL
Bronze

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Fulton County Georgia

1954 FULTON COUNTY GEORGIA =1854-1954
Bronze – 1 1/4" in diameter
Robert Fulton with Clermont steam ship.
Fulton County GA began in 1954

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1852 US CUSTOM HOUSE
Savannah Georgia
     

ANA 70th ANNAUL CONVENTION
Release 1961 Token/Coin

 
   
 
THE NORTH GEORGIA STOCK AND FAIR ASSOCIATION, 1880. 50mm. Silver .Unsigned, but the work is of high quality. Obverse with a robed female seated, her arm extended holding a wreath, supported by a shield with a plow below. In the background are farm animals, a steam locomotive with two cars and North Georgia mountains in the distance. State of Georgia seal on shield lady’s arm is resting on. THE NORTH GEORGIA STOCK AND FAIR ASSOCIATION, ATLANTA GA. in outer circle. On the reverse, an open wreath with a beehive at bottom surrounds the struck inscription: AWARDED TO/ (engraved) E. WHITMAN SONS & CO./ FOR BEST/ (engraved) CORN & Y COB MILL/ANNUAL FAIR (engraved) 1880.

 
     
 
Columbus GA Industrial Association Award Medal – 1870’s. 57mm. Silver. 60.3 grams. Unsigned. Attractively toned. Extremely Find. The obverse central devise is a close copy of a portion of the Georgia Confederate Seal in 1861. Below is the partial date 187 . The surrounding legend reads: COLUMBUS INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION * COLUMBUS GA. * The reverse legend: AGRICULTURE. MECHANICS. MANUFACTURES surrounds an open wreath inscribed near the top: AWARDED/TO. The open space below is not inscribed.  
     
 
The Atlanta Agricultural & Industrial Association Award Medal, ND. Lindesmith Georgia 2. 58.7mm Copper. W.H. Key,Sc. (Sharp & Floyd, Atlanta.). Mostly Red Un circulated. Obverse with the legend: THE ATLANTA AGRICULTURAL & INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION around a bird’s eye view of the exposition grounds within a center circle. W.H. Key. F. Phila in tiny letters in the exergue. The reverse legend: ENERGY AND INDUSTRY LIFE OF TRADE is above CONSTITUTION above 3 columns (a close copy of a portion of the Georgia Confederate Seal of 1861). Partial wreath at bottom and below, in small letter, SHARP & FLOYD ATLANTA.  
     
 
Industrial Association of Georgia Exposition Award Medal, CA. 1870’s. 44.8 Bronze Unsigned. Brown. Inscribed at the top of obverse is INDUSTRY above a beehive, flanked by cornucopia. Below is a shield broken in to 4 segments depicting representative scenes of industry, agriculture, ccommerce and the arts. The reverse legend, INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION OF GEORIGA is above CONSTITUTION above 3 columns (a close copy of a portion of the Georgia Confederate Seal of 1861). EXPOSITION below, and above a space for inscription. Rare.  
     
HK-405a. – Silver-plated Bronze. FOR GEORGIA EXPOSITION FUND
Panama Pacific International Exposition in 1915.
HK-405 – Bronze. Size 24. FOR GEORGIA EXPOSITION FUND
Panama Pacific International Exposition in 1915

HK-405 – Bronze. Size 24. FOR GEROGIA EXPOSITION FUND
Panama Pacific International Exposition in 1915

Obverse: Within circle, edifice; Louisiana Building below; around Panama-Pacific International Exposition · San Francisco 1915
Reverse: Within circle, variation of State Seal, superimposed upon lower portion of edifice and grounds; outside, around For Louisiana Exposition Fund * Union Justice Confidence *

 
   
August GA "Carnival And Trades Display. Held Jan. 20-23 1891", HK626. Obverse says "SOUVENIR OF OUR CARNIVAL: Jester or clown doing jig or dance; in r. background is group of tunic-clad soldiers holding shields and long upright lances; in l. background is two-horse chariot carrying two men, one holding high a banner; above all Souvenir of Our Carnival; beaded border. 37.7mm, Looks silver but could be white medal. Great condition. Ribbon attached.
   

1898 Spanish American War – Atlanta Peace Jubilee Medals. Middle photos is reverse of medal to the left, which is 34mm.

 

Fifieth Anniversary of the Fox Theatre 1979 – Atlanta Landmarks, Inc. 75mm, 6mm wide. Atlanta Landmarks, Inc. under Fox Theatre on reverse. Julian H. Harris in small letters at botton of obverse. Julian H. Harris (1907-1987) graduated from Georgia Tech in 1928 with a B.S. in architecture and soon became a noted free-lance sculptor, contributing many sculptures to the Atlanta area. Some of his work for the Georgia Tech campus includes ten busts of famous engineers and scientists, the bronze gate of the Naval Armory, and the stained glass window in Brittain Dining Hall and this medal for the Fox Threatre Anniversary.

 

 
   

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