|Class 10 — Regional U.S. numismatics|
|Numismatic material of any type specific to a particular region of the United States, such as the locale where the exhibit is being presented.|
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|17||3||Medals Issued in Gold by the Chicago Coin Club
The Chicago Coin Club has issued only five medals in gold during its 90-year history. For the first time at an ANA convention, all five medals are shown and described, including purpose issued and mintage of each.
|35||5||Indiana State Seal: Variations on a Theme
Indiana provided for a seal in its Constitution when it became a state in 1816. The state seal has had the same elements ever since: a woodsman chopping down a tree, a buffalo, and the sun. Yet the central elements of the seal have varied on medals throughout the history of the state. This exhibit explores those differences in Indiana’s seal.
|54||3||A Century of Oregon: Frontier of the Future
Shows the development of Oregon from its admittance as a state in 1859 until 1959, through coins, medals, and tokens.