3 Bronze JFK Medals - Memorial, JFK & Pope John, & AAU

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  • Item Category: Fraternal, Political, Organizations
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Nov 09,2006
  • Channel: Online Auction
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You are bidding on 3 Bronze JFK Medals - Memorial, JFK & Pope John, & AAU with Bonus 2 Lincoln Kennedy Pennies. The memorial medal is housed in a black pressboard display stand 4.5 inches tall. The medal is the focal point above the text, JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY MEMORIAL MEDAL. Along the bottom is the quote, "And so my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you -- ask what you can do for your country." JFK Bronze Memorial Medal 34.1 grams 1.5 inch diameter 0.125 inch tall Front features Relief portrait of JFK Small flame to left of portrait 1917-1963 to right of portrait JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY across top/arc of medal J. Menconi (c) 1965 (t are other smaller letters before and after which are too small to clearly read) Back features Divided into three sections by olive branches Navy warship 1941-1945 Seal of State of Massachusets 1946-1960 Seal of President of United States 1961-1963 Along bottom edge of the medal MEDALLIC ART CO. N.Y. Bronze Medal JFK and Pope John XXIII 113.4 grams 2.5 inch diameter 0.125 inch tall Front features Relief portraits of JFK and Pope John XXIII facing left 1958-1963 JOHN XXIII JOHN F. KENNEDY 1961-1963 across top/arc/sides of medal Frank Amato Sr. (c) 1965 to the left of the portraits Back features CHRISTIAN UNITY CIVIL LIBERTY in an arc across the top PEACE in an arc below the top line of text Image of the White House above an image of The Vatican Frank Amato Sr (c) 1965 at the base of the artwork Along bottom edge of the medal MEDALLIC ART CO. N.Y. BRONZE Bronze Sports Memorial Medal 240.4 grams 5.5 inch diameter 0.5 inches tall from base to height of relief Front features Relief portrait of JFK facing left SPORTS MEMORIAL across bottom outside edge 19 AAU 68 under portrait Artist signature ends with erks ? (c) 1964 Back features JOHN F. KENNEDY SPORTS MEMORIAL MEDAL in an arc across the top AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION OF THE UNITED STATES in an arc across the bottom For the casual or serious JFK or numismatic collector, these three medals will be a welcome addition. As an added bonus, t are two Lincoln Kennedy pennies, uncirculated, featuring the 'astonishing coincidences' between these two American presidents. Don't miss out on these great pieces of American history as we look forward to this year's mid-term elections. We have a 100% Money Back Guarantee that all of our items are authentic, and that you will receive the exact item(s) as pictured in the auction. Bid with confidence - we are professional eBay sellers. We handle & package all of our items with great care to ensure they arrive safely to you. Good luck & happy bidding! Click to add us to your Favorite Sellers

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