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    1962 Seattle World's Fair Gold Medal Set

    Set of 1962 Seattle World's Fair Gold Medals. This set consists of one large (64 mm.) medal, eight medium (38 mm.) medals, and one small (33.5 mm.) medal, each struck in 14K gold. The large and small medals were struck by the U.S. Mint while the eight medium size medals were struck by the Metal Arts Company of Rochester, N.Y. The two medals produced by the U.S. Mint were designed by George Tsutakawa. It is believed that just four of these sets were produced in gold, with one set reportedly held by the Smithsonian Institution.

    Century 21 Exposition. MS64 NGC. 64 mm. The obverse is dated 1962 and inscribed CENTURY 21 EXPOSITION SEATTLE WASHINGTON U.S.A. and depicts the Space needle. The reverse is inscribed UNITED STATES COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL SPACE AGE WORLD'S FAIR with an image representing space.

    Each of the eight medium medals have a common reverse design featuring the Century 21 Exposition logo and the inscription SEATTLE WORLD'S FAIR OFFICIAL MEDAL with the 1962 date.
    $1,000,000 Display. MS66 NGC. Inscribed 30 TONS OF SILVER DOLLARS PRESENTED BY BEHLEN OF COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA.
    World of Century 21. MS67 NGC. Inscribed WORKING, LIVING, PLAYING, TRAVELING, LEARNING IN CENTURY 21.
    Commerce & Industry. MS66 NGC. Inscribed WORLD OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY. THE GATEWAY TO TOMORROW'S LIVING PREVIEWED TODAY.
    Space Needle. MS65 NGC. Inscribed SPACE NEEDLE. WORLD'S LARGEST REVOLVING RESTAURANT 600 FEET IN THE SKY.
    World of Entertainment. MS65 NGC. Inscribed THE MERRY GO ROUND OF FUN AND LAUGHTER PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE.
    Monorail. MS65 NGC. Inscribed MONORAIL. THE WORLD'S FIRST HIGH-SPEED MASS TRANSIT MONORAIL.
    Century 21 Science. MS67 NGC. Inscribed WORLD OF SCIENCE. USE DEVELOPMENT SPACEARIUM METHODS & HORIZONS OF SCIENCE.
    World of Art. MS66 NGC. Inscribed WORLD OF ART. MUSEUM MASTERPIECES, PAINTINGS 7 SCULPTURE SINCE 1950. NORTHWEST COAST INDIAN ART.
    Century 21 Exposition. MS64 NGC. 33.5 mm. The obverse and reverse are identical to the large 64 mm. medal.


    Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.

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