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Gold Star Mothers' Trips to WW I Battlefields Medals

From 1930 to 1933 the United States War Department sponsored trips to the battlefields and cemetaries in France for the widows and mothers of fallen soldiers.
Written by Paul G. Lajoie at 16:40

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Manilla Money: A rich numismatic history in Africa

Traditional money was used just over a half century ago in Africa. One of the most recognized items from their traditional money was the manilla.
Written by Brandon Ortega at 00:00

Defunct newspaper the New York Daily Mirror issued medals for sporting events

Small sports medals awarded in the 1940s and 1950s by the newspaper included many common, but also uncommon, events.
Written by Paul G. Lajoie at 00:00

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Statue of Liberty and Related Medals and Exonumia

The title pretty much says it all! I will be writing about Old Statue of Liberty Medals and new finds: medals, medallions, medalets, coins, elongated coins/tokens (they are not all coins), casino chips, ingots, rounds, or whatever fits the numismatic or exonumic fold.
Written by Paul G. Lajoie at 00:00

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