Here is a little known medal that was given as the top prize for many of the products at the exhibits. These were engraved by John Flanagan and struck at the Philadelphia Mint. I am not sure which mine is a very vibrant toned Bronze or the gold plated version. This type was struck in Bronze, https://coins.ha.com/itm/exposition...BrowseTabs-Auction-Archive-ThisAuction-120115 Silver plated bronze http://beta.medallicartcollector.com/medal/panama-pacific-intl-expo?scrollTop=20 Gold plated Bronze. https://www.tipsicocoin.com/tokens-...-exposition-gold-award-medal-gem-bu-ngc-ms-65 It seems that a total of 20,000 medals were made in all, But no specific totals on each one. When I saw this medal I was immediately taken by it's presence. It is a large medal at 70mm and 133.8G Does anyone know if this holder is the original that it was issued in? Please feel free to elaborate on the medal or any coin that was issued as a Panama Pacific expo coin.