1936 Texas State Centennial The Progress Laundry Medal Metal Arts Co. 32mm Composition unsure? Gilt obverse or Bimetallic (bronze/copper nickel) I suspect the latter. An Obverse with Sam Houston on horseback and a Lone Star of Texas with his name within. I have seen other beat up medals with this obverse but with a different reverse. One I recall, was for Alamo Downs, a horse race track. For awhile this was the only one I had found. Later I saw a few but they have different letters in the small block on the reverse under the 1911 - 1936 dates. Mine has an S Others I have seen since have A, E, P, and R. The front appears gilt with a little loss or wear, and the reverse is a silver color. It celebrates The Progress Laundry's Silver 25th Anniversary, having a business in both Waco and Dallas and was owned by D.P Wallace.