I’ve been searching for this medal for the last few weeks. Below is the obverse (I will post the reverse image in a later post). It’s struck in 24KT gold.
One goal for Hawaiian collectors/numismatists is to promote the hobby. This in-turn increases the number of new Hawaiian collectors/numismatists to pursue this life-long hobby.
Garry Moore has accomplished this at the 2016 ANA National Money Show in Dallas by sharing his Hawaiian numismatic knowledge and exhibition prowess. He put the Hawaiian collector/numismatic on the National ANA scene!
- Won 1st place in the Class 2 Economics category with an exhibit titled: Token Appreciation: The History of the Hawaii School Lunch Tokens.
- Won 2nd Runner-Up for Best -in-Show
Great accomplishments! Congratulations to Garry on the 2016 National ANA-level wins!
One more time….
Based on what I noticed with the 1979 Maui Coin Club Medals, Medcalf & Russell may have incorrectly identified the medal as aluminum for 2M-313. Why? I have a cupro nickel version of the medal in my collection
The cupro nickel is on the left and the silver is on the right.