1960 Pony Express Gold Medal PCGS MS65
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1960 Pony Express Gold Medal PCGS MS65

1960 Pony Express Centennial So-Called Half Dollar, Gold, MS65 PCGS. 
31 mm. 25.2 gm, per Gino Sanfilippo's article in the February 1997 TAMS Journal. 48 pieces struck in 22 karat gold. Robert McNamara of Cleveland, Ohio, was the sculptor, minter, and marketer behind the Heraldic Art series of medals. They were issued between 1959 and 1978, and the Pony Express Centennial was number four of his 60 commemorative types, excluding occasional special issues. McNamara struck 6,000 pieces in silver but the gold examples are very rare. 

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