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Medals I've Collected With Teddy Roosevelt On Them ~ I Like T R

 
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I have 3 of these Theodore Roosevelt .999 Silver Medallic Art Medals from the US Presidents Set





and this rare ( 1 of probably 8 stages ) example from what is known as a "Process Set"

Here is a link to an 8 pc set of Kennedy items that is from the same President Series minted by Medallic Art Co but in bronze.
https://auctions.stacksbowers.com/l...m-mint-state



Then I have 3 of the bronze versions







1958 Theodore Roosevelt Centennial - National Memorial Park Bronze So-Called Dollar HK-526



1968 Theodore Roosevelt bronze NYU HOF medal



He poses for this
1971 Winchester 94 Carbine .999 NRA International Mint



1966 Theodore Roosevelt Chase Commemorative Society



1968 Theodore Roosevelt NCS .925 Medal



1948 Roosevelt c.smith so-called dollar Gallery

I have three, maybe 4?



Raw


One in a rare Capital plastics set


1905 Theodore Roosevelt 3 inch bronze medal



1920 Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Association Founders Medal



1970s Mount Rushmore Lombardo Mint Canada Medal



1971 Longines Battle of San Juan Hill - Teddy Roosevelt Bronze



1972 Roughrider Festival Roosevelt so-called dollar Dickinson N.D



1978 1st U.S.V. Cavalry Regiment Rough Riders Medal ~ Teddy Roosevelt Tampa Bay



2003 National Wildlife Refuge Medal Bald Eagle Bronze Medal




2003 National Wildlife Refuge Medals Silver Set


A Very Rare Set I just purchased
Only 100 minted but I only ever saw another 1 or 2 over a few years looking.

2008 THEODORE ROOSEVELT 150th ANNIVERSARY OF HIS BIRTH








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Outstanding collection!!!
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 Posted 12/08/2021  5:18 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add commems to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Very nice! Great themed collection! You've collected some great pieces! It's definitely a rich area to collect.

You might be interested to know that back in 1924, a bill was introduced in Congress that called for a copper 2-1/2 cent piece honoring Teddy. It was to have his portrait plus birth and death years incorporated into its design. Of course, the bill was not approved, but at least it had its moment in Congress!


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ou might be interested to know that back in 1924, a bill was introduced in Congress that called for a copper 2-1/2 cent piece honoring Teddy. It was to have his portrait plus birth and death years incorporated into its design. Of course, the bill was not approved, but at least it had its moment in Congress!
Very interesting!

A copper plated zinc 2.5 cent piece would have made it easier to get rid of the cent a while ago.
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