I posted an image of my first acquired President Kennedy Appreciation specimen on July 3, 2014 here at CT. https://www.cointalk.com/media/the-john-f-kennedy-appreciation-medal.1317/ Well, I did acquire four additional specimens since then. My collection of five President Kennedy special Government medals (procured by the White House Office for President Kennedy's use). These medals functioned as a presidential apprecitory award. 44 mm in diameter and in bronze. Only 300 were struck. Designer was Frank Gasparro. These medals are presidential numismatic artifacts. One had to be in good favor with President Kennedy to be awarded one. (You could not buy these medals from the U.S. Mint.) Medals are Class 5 of the President of the United States (POTUS) special Government medal (sGm) series.http://www.potus-sgm.com/ Top center specimen: This is the Mary Gallagher specimen (personal secretary to Mrs. Kennedy). As the current owner, I have two degrees of separation from President Kennedy (President Kennedy-to-Mary Gallagher-to-DrDarryl). Right middle specimen: This is the Robert L. White specimen. Robert L. White had one of the largest and most significant private collections of the President Kennedy effects. Right bottom specimen: This is the U.S. Army Msgt Jaynes specimen. He was NCOIC of the President's motorpool. Acquired from his granddaughter. As the current owner, I have three degrees of separation from President Kennedy (President Kennedy-to-Msgt Jaynes-to-Grandaughter-to-DrDarryl). Specimen is Mint in Bag. Left bottom specimen: Unknown provenance, but Mint in Bag. Left middle specimen: Unknown provenance. First to be acquired in this collection and from a Washington DC dealer. I recently started to get part of my POTUS sGm research collection graded/encapsulated by NGC. The gave me a complimentary "pedigree" label for this research collection. This is the results of the left middle medal. Just to share some demand information via price increase. The 2014 listing is for the NGC MS66 President Kennedy appreciation medal. Here is a example of a Class 2 President Eisenhower appreciation medal. I consider this a sleeper U.S. Mint medal series (as well as all other POTUS sGm Classes).