I have a coin, it's an American Revolution Bicentennial commemorative medal. Anyone what it's worth?

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On one side it has the liberty statue and on the other it has the eagle
It’s approximately 1.5 inches in diameter and it comes in a black box

http://archive.liveauctioneers.com/archive4/twconroyauctioneers/15309/1340_1_lg.jpg

Also I know it was made or designed by Frank Gasparro because it says so on the coin
On the statue of liberty side it says "1776-1996" "Life Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness"
On the eagle side it says "American Revolution Bicentennial" We The People"

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2 Responses to “I have a coin, it's an American Revolution Bicentennial commemorative medal. Anyone what it's worth?”

  1. Mike T424 Says:

    The first thing you need to determine. Is this a coin, or just a medal. The answer to this is something you already know because it would have a monetary amount designated on it.

    Is it a .50 or a $50.

    If it has no value, as in currency then it is classified differently then money. If it is an original medal from the late 1800′s or early 1930′s then it could be worth any amount, depending on how many were made.

    My guess is that it is worth about 60.00 dollars, but that only constitutes what I place on it as a memorable souvenir! What you regard as something precious to you may make it worth a lot more!

  2. Taiping Says:

    it looks like the gold medal that was made by the U.S. Mint. I remember reading about it in Coin World but other than that have no books on it or info. You can type in Gold U.S. mint bicentennial medal in Yahoo or Google as well as check eBay for a value and info. Sorry best I can do. I do not remember what the articles said about it. I know it has value and is not common.

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