I found another one these are kinda neat maybe I will try to put together a complete set. If I can figure out what a compleat set is still cant find any information on the one I have.
["Department of the TREASURY NEWS" banner, with "The Department of the Treasury 1789" seal on right and "U.S. CUSTOMS SERVICE; WASH., D.C. 20229 - 202-964-2475" on 2nd line.]
FOR RELEASE UPON RECEIPT
May 20, 1974
FOURTH MEDAL IN U.S. CUSTOMS SERIES
HONORS WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA, CUSTOMHOUSE
The fourth in a series of medals commemorating historic customhouses in the United States has been struck by the Treasury Department's Bureau of the Mint in collaboration with the U.S. Customs Service.
The medal features the U.S. Customhouse in Wheeling, West Virginia, locally known as West Virginia Independence Hall. It will be presented to officials of the West Virginia Independence Hall Foundation, Inc., during a U.S. Customs Service bicentennial ceremony on May 23, 1974.
The Wheeling Customhouse is depicted on the obverse side and the seal of the U.S. Customs Service is on the reverse of the 1-5/16-inch miniature bronze medal. It was designed by Philip E. Fowler of the Philadelphia Mint.
The medal will be sold locally by the West Virginia Independence Hall Foundation, Inc. It will be available at the customhouse following the 2 p.m. presentation ceremony, and at all banks in Wheeling.
The medal, along with three earlier ones in the series which depict Georgetown (Washington, D.C.), Boston, and San Francisco Customhouses, are available at the Bureau of the Mint's exhibit and sales areas in Philadlphia, Denver, San Francisco, and at the Treasury Department in Washington, D.C., for 50 cents. They may be ordered by mail through the San Francisco Mint, 55 Mint Street, San Francisco, California 94175 for 60 cents each. A 3-inch bronze medal of the Georgetown Customhouse is also available in the Mint's sales and exhibit areas for $5.00, and through the mail for $5.25.
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