Authority: United States of America
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Date
1917
Obverse
TO MAKE THE WORLD SAFE FOR DEMOCRACY/ WE ARE ONE: Bust of Columbia to l.
Reverse
TO HONOR AND WELCOME THE BRITISH AND FRENCH WAR COMMISSION MAY 1917: Seal of the City of New York
Weight
26.477
Reference
AoD 21191.0.12.a, Phagan vanAlfen.2017.no.104
Date
1917
Obverse
GOOD LUCK AND: Eagle with swastika on its chest
Reverse
VICTORY: Head of Victory to left
Diameter
35.0
Weight
20.902
Reference
AoD 21191.1695.1.a, Numismatist vol.31.Oct.1918.p.431, Phagan vanAlfen.2017.no.98
Date
1917
Mint
Newark
Obverse
DO RIGHT AND FEAR NO MAN: Eagle representing the US on which a shield with attributes representing England, France, Italy, Russia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Japan
Diameter
42.0
Weight
33.353
Reference
AoD 21191.19169.1.d
Date
1917
Mint
Newark
Obverse
THAT GOVERNMENT BY THE PEOPLE SHALL NOT PERISH: US shield inscribed APRIL VI MDCCCCXVII
Diameter
37.0
Weight
34.051
Reference
AoD 21191.19169.1.e
Date
1919
Mint
Philadelphia
Obverse
WILLIAM GIBBS McADOO SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY 1913-1918: Bust to l., Treasury crest to r.
Reverse
PATRIA SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY MAR.6.1913 DEC.16.1918 DIRECTOR GENERAL OF RAILROADS DEC.27.1917 JAN.11.1919: Columbia holding cornucopia, background Statue of Liberty, ship, train
Diameter
76.0
Weight
223.511
Reference
AoD 21191.191014.1.a, Harris MGT.1
Date
1921
Mint
New York
Obverse
COMMEMORATING · THE · VISIT · OF·MARSHAL·FOCH·TO· THE·VNITED·STATES·; in left field, MCMXXI: Nearly facing bust of Foch in military uniform; in right field, ·A·N·S· / (oak leaves)
Reverse
The welcoming figure of Victory, with the shields of France and the United States on either side. At lower left, signed (RA monogram) / ·FECIT·
Diameter
64.0
Weight
131.46
Reference
AoD 21191.1.1920.3.b, Johnson 38, Miller 2015.43
Date
1921
Mint
New York
Obverse
COMMEMORATING · THE · VISIT · OF·MARSHAL·FOCH·TO· THE·VNITED·STATES·; in left field, MCMXXI: Nearly facing bust of Foch in military uniform; in right field, ·A·N·S· / (oak leaves)
Reverse
The welcoming figure of Victory, with the shields of France and the United States on either side. At lower left, signed (RA monogram) / ·FECIT·
Diameter
64.0
Reference
AoD 21191.1.1920.3.a, Johnson 38, Miller 2015.43
Date
1921
Mint
New York City
Obverse
Helmeted bust of a doughboy, left. On truncation of bust, signed D C F.
Reverse
THE AMERICAN RED CROSS / TO COMMEMORATE THE VISION AND / ACHIEVEMENT OF THE WAR COUNCIL / 1917 1919: A nurse standing before a bed-ridden patient within an incuse cross; below lower arm of cross, signed WHL / DCF.
Diameter
70.0
Reference
AoD 21191.1.61814.4.a, Johnson 37, Miler 2015.42
Date
1917
Mint
New York
Obverse
TO COMMEMORATE THE VISIT TO NEW YORK OF THE FRENCH AND BRITISH WAR COMMISSIONS 1917: Head of Victory, right, wearing a helmet to which are attached a sprig of oak, a lily, and a cluster of pine needles, emblematic of England, France and the United States; on Victory's collar, signed D C FRENCH.
Reverse
France, represented by an armored figure of Joan of Arc, and chivalrous England, represented by a medieval knight, seek the aid of American Liberty. At lower right, signed E. B. LONGMAN / SC. 1917.
Diameter
63.0
Weight
112.879
Reference
AoD 21191.1.61814.1.b, Baxter 1987.317, Miller 2015.34, Phagan vanAlfen.2017.no.103
Date
1916
Obverse
WILHELM II IMPERATOR REX/ NEW YORK 1916: Bust of German Emperor Wilhelm II to right
Reverse
DULCE ET/ DECORUM EST PRO/ PATRIA MORT: Inscription and three crowns surrounded by laurel wreath
Diameter
35.0
Weight
20.43
Reference
AoD 7513.13525.17.a, Phagan vanAlfen.2017.no.83
Date
1921
Mint
Providence
Obverse
HOMMAGE FROM MASSACHUSETTS TO THE VICTORIOUS COMMANDER: Bust to l.
Reverse
IN GRATEFUL SALUTATION/ NOV. 14 1921: Columbia standing to r. holding shield with seal of the United States, Gallia standing to r. holding shield on which medieval soldier, both holding wreath within which FOCH
Diameter
70.0
Reference
AoD 21191.4112.1.a
Date
1917
Mint
Newark
Obverse
DO RIGHT AND FEAR NO MAN: Eagle representing the US on which a shield with attributes representing England, France, Italy, Russia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Japan
Reverse
THAT GOVERNMENT BY THE PEOPLE SHALL NOT PERISH: US shield inscribed APRIL VI MDCCCCXVII
Diameter
31.0
Reference
AoD 21191.19169.1.a
Date
1917
Mint
Newark
Obverse
DO RIGHT AND FEAR NO MAN: Eagle representing the US on which a shield with attributes representing England, France, Italy, Russia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Japan
Reverse
THAT GOVERNMENT BY THE PEOPLE SHALL NOT PERISH: US shield inscribed APRIL VI MDCCCCXVII
Diameter
31.0
Reference
AoD 21191.19169.1.a
Date
1916
Mint
New York City
Obverse
On ribbon: UNTERSEE SCHIFF DEUTSCHLAND; 1914 1915 1916: Shield and anchor, oak leaves behind
Reverse
D.H.G./ N.Y./ HOCHHERZIGEN WAGEMUT/ SEI GEWEIT/ DIES EISERNER ZEIT/ VOM/ DANKBAREN DEUTSCHTUM/ D. VER. STAATEN/ V. AMERIKA/ 9.JULI 1916.: Inscription
Diameter
29.0
Reference
AoD 21191.0.32.a, Phagan vanAlfen.2017.no.95
Date
1918
Mint
New York City
Obverse
THE FOE OF FREE PEOPLES/ HIS ROSARY: Bust of Kaiser Wilhelm II with helmet and collar badge of skulls; on plaque below is engraved HIS ROSARY
Reverse
KULTUR IN BELGIUM MURDER PILLAGE/ PAUL MANSHIP c 1918: Kaiser Wilhelm II carrying off woman, child trampled below; on a bottom scroll MURDER PILLAGE
Diameter
66.0
Reference
AoD 21191.13114.1.a, Kluge Weisser.2014.no.B26, Phagan vanAlfen.2017.no.109
Date
1921
Mint
New York City
Obverse
FOCH/ LAFAYETTE-WASHINGTON/ PERSHING/ 1776-1921: Eagle with two flags and inscription below
Reverse
JAMES M. HALSTED PRES. CELIL SARTOPIS VICE-PRES./ DIRECTED BY THE F.R.F./ MARSHALL/ FERDINAND FOCH/ SCHOOL CHILDREN/ OF/ AMERICA: Map of U.S.A.
Diameter
75.0
Weight
216.071
Reference
AoD 21191.8114.1.a
Date
1918
Obverse
FOR FAITHFUL STATE SERVICE IN THE FIELD DURING THE WORLD WAR: Soldier with rifle standing, facing
Reverse
PRESENTED BY THE STATE OF NEW YORK 1917 1918 1919; EXCELSIOR
Diameter
33.0
Weight
12.624
Reference
AoD 21191.0.11.a
Date
1927
Mint
New York City
Obverse
LE POILU / A VER DUN / IL NE LES A / PAS LAISSE / PASSER / SOUVENIR DE LA GRANDE GUERRE DEDIE / AUX VETERANS FRANCAIS EN AMERIQUE / NEW YORK MCMXXVII|JF: French soldier, full figure, smoking pipe
Weight
126.312
Reference
AoD 21191.6121.3.a, Phagan vanAlfen.2017.no.129
Date
1915
Mint
Newark
Obverse
PEACE SPREADS HER INFLUENCE O'ER THE ATLANTIC SHORE: Peace personified with arms outstreched
Reverse
CONCORD / BETWEEN / GREAT BRITAIN / AND / AMERICA 1815 NEW ORLEANS 1915: Inscription with dove and sun rays
Diameter
37.0
Weight
19.62
Reference
AoD 21191.0.27.a, Phagan vanAlfen.2017.no.97
Date
1915
Mint
New York City
Obverse
Peace as a woman facing with arms outstretched, lantern in r. hand, laurel branch in l., striding through clouds over globe
Reverse
ONE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF PEACE AMONG ENGLISH SPEAKING PEOPLES / 1815 / 1915 / PAX: Shields of the US, Great Britain, and Canada
Diameter
60.0
Weight
115.352
Reference
AoD 21191.2096.1.c, Phagan vanAlfen.2017.no.96
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