san francisco mint coin labeled 1874-1937?

eagle and map of the u.s. on one side and other side picture of the san francisco mint bldg.

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    The medal is a remembrance of the original San Francisco US mint building referred to as the "Granite Lady" and depicted on the back. It was one of the few buildings left standing after the 1906 earthquake, but it was abandoned in 1937. The medals were sold in the Souvenir Shops at the mints, and included in Mint Sets as Purchased from the government. Yours is probably bronze or copper alloy made at the current San Francisco Mint. The medals they include now are only the size of a cent and struck on the Cent planchet blank. There is no catalog which lists a value for this item, but it is fairly common. I hope that helps.

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  • casias
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    If I undergo in innovations wisely, they have been producting funds that weren't the same by way of fact those being produced via the mint in washington. additionally, at that element counterfieting, even of funds became ramped so the wonderful thank you to counter it became to supply funds from one critical area basically.

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