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Please Help - Identify The Mint This 1775-2000 Paul Revere Medal Came From

 
 
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 Posted 07/24/2018  9:57 pm Show Profile   Check TNG's eBay Listings Bookmark this topic Add TNG to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
This was posted elsewhere and is now buried in the pages.
It drives me a bit crazy trying to find out who made it and possibly any more info. Perhaps a thread of it's own will catch somebody's eye and shed some light on this.



Fellow member Gothic located a two medal set with a little more information. All we know now is there were 100 numbered sets with a 22kt Gold medal and a .999 1/4 troy oz medal like mine in a wooden box. No info yet on the actual individual mintage or who BT is.

I have found a similar Theodore Roosevelt 3 medal set, in 22K gold, a bronze version and a .999 1/4 troy oz medal in a box that clearly states 100 sets. That set has similar literature and wooden box and those medals also have "BT" on the reverse.

Thank you for taking the time to read this post and for your thoughts.
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jbuck, I never did find out who made this set or medal other than there were only 100 numbered sets made. There may or may not have been more silver made than gold, but I would bet that there were only 100 gold made.
I would love to find a boxed set like that pictured. Since I posted this, I bought my 5th silver medal, all from the same seller. That was quite awhile ago and I look for these often. Never saw another for sale.

I'd appreciate knowing if anyone else has one of these that reads this post, or if anyone knows more about them. Thanks

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Since I posted this, I bought my 5th silver medal, all from the same seller.
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I'd appreciate knowing if anyone else has one of these that reads this post, or if anyone knows more about them. Thanks
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