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22 Jan 2014

Tampa Bay Coin Club donates medals to Money Museum

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Quicentenary 2013 Obv

Quicentenary 2013 Rev

The Tampa Bay Coin Club donated two of their club medals to the Money Museum at FUN this year. The first medal struck in this commemorative series was in 2013 and celebrates the 500th Anniversary of Florida's discovery by Ponce De Leon.

Gasparilla 2014 Obv

Gasparilla 2014 Rev

The second medal in the series, 2014, commemorates 110 years of the traditional Gasparilla festival parade in Tampa since 1904. Each medal in the series features a common reverse with the club's official logo. The club's medal program commemorates significant events or sites and honors those whose actions and achievements have embellished Florida's rich heritage and diverse cultural history. Each medal is limited to a mintage of 200 pieces. 

Joseph Rafael Doug FUN 2014

Rafael Valentin, right, and Joseph Crespo, left, (vice president and president fo the Tampa Bay Coin Club) presenting ANA Money Museum Curator  and Director Duglas Mudd with the club's 2013 and 2014 commemorative medals for the museum.

 

Comments

Mike

Level 7

I love medals that honor special things in history. Or events. It's to bday they didn't keep the pictures. Time to update.

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