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US President Mint Medals
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These United States President medals made by the US Mint except for the Richard Nixon medals
which were made by the private Franklin Mint.
Jefferson Peace Medal
1. Thomas Jefferson Indian Peace Medal 1801 US Mint copy
 
Bronze, 34mm, 19.91gm
 
Obverse:
Bust of Thomas Jefferson facing left
TH. JEFFERSON
PRESIDENT OF THE U.S. A.D. 1801 (United States, Anno Domini)
 
Reverse:
Crossed Indian peace pipe and axe
Two uniformed hands shaking
PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP
 
The original medals were 3 inches in diameter.
This modern US Mint copy is smaller.
 
Millard Fillmore
2. President Millard Fillmore Medal - Heavy
 
Bronze, 33mm, 19.60gm
 
Obverse:
MILLARD FILLMORE
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
1850
 
Reverse:
Two men with flag
LABOR VIRTUE HONOR
 
Millard Fillmore
3. President Millard Fillmore Medal - Light
 
Bronze, 33mm, 16.98gm
 
Obverse:
MILLARD FILLMORE
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
1850
 
Reverse:
Two men with flag
LABOR VIRTUE HONOR
 
This medal is much lighter in weight (16.98gm) than the previous one (19.60gm).
 
James Buchanan
4. President James Buchanan Medal
 
Bronze, 33mm, 19.69gm
 
Obverse:
JAMES BUCHANAN
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
1857
 
Reverse:
Two men with flag
LABOR VIRTUE HONOR
 
This medal has same reverse as the President Fillmore medal
 
Theodore Roosevelt
5. President Theodore Roosevelt Medal
 
Bronze, 33mm, 17.14gm
 
Obverse:
THEODORE ROOSEVELT
BARBER (Charles E. Barber, designer)
 
Reverse:
Woman standing with left arm out
INAUGURATED PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
SEP. 14, 1901
SECOND TERM MARCH 4, 1905
MORGAN (George T. Morgan, designer)
 
Franklin D. Roosevelt
6. President Franklin D. Roosevelt Medal
 
Bronze, 33mm, 17.16gm
 
Obverse:
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT
J.R.S. (John R. Sinnock, designer)
 
Reverse:
Woman seated holding wreaths
FOR COUNTRY AND HUMANITY
INAUGURATED PRESIDENT
MAR 4, 1933 / JAN 20, 1937 / JAN 20, 1941 / JAN 20, 1945
DIED APRIL 12, 1945
IN MEMORIAM
SINNOCK (John R. Sinnock, designer)
 
Dwight Eisenhower
7. President Dwight Eisenhower Medal
 
Bronze, 33mm, 19.75gm
 
Obverse:
DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER
 
Reverse:
Woman standing with covered wagon and farmer with plow
INAUGURATED PRESIDENT
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
FREEDOM (At base of statue)
JANUARY 20, 1953
 
Richard Nixon
8. President Richard Nixon Inauguration Medal 1969
 
Bronze, 34mm, 17.07gm
 
Obverse:
Bust of Richard Nixon facing right
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
RICHARD MILHOUS NIXON
 
Reverse:
Seal of the United States
INAUGURATED JANUARY 20, 1969
A NEW DAY FOR AMERICA
A NEW DAWN FOR PEACE AND FREEDOM IN THE WORLD
RICHARD M. NIXON
 
Richard Nixon Spiro Agnew
9. President Richard Nixon and Vice-President Spiro Agnew Inauguration Medal 1973
 
Bronze, 70.0mm (2-3/4 in.), 198.4gm (7 oz.)
 
Obverse:
Busts of Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew facing right
Monogram "GR" (Gilroy Roberts, designer)
 
Reverse:
Seal of the United States
PRESIDENT RICHARD NIXON - VICE PRESIDENT SPIRO AGNEW
INAUGURATED TO SECOND TERM OF OFFICE
JANUARY 20, 1973
 
These medals were manufactured by the Franklin Mint, a private mint located in Philadelphia.
 
Jimmy Carter
10. President Jimmy Carter Medal
 
Bronze, 33mm, 19.72gm
 
Obverse:
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
JIMMY CARTER
 
Reverse:
Seal of the United States
THE AMERICAN DREAM / ENDURES..WE MUST
ONCE AGAIN HAVE FAITH / IN OUR COUNTRY
JIMMY CARTER
INAUGURATED JANUARY 20, 1977
 
Bill Clinton
11. President William Clinton Medal
 
Bronze, 33mm, 19.82gm
 
Obverse:
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
WILLIAM JEFFERSON CLINTON
 
Reverse:
White House
THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH AMERICA THAT CANNOT
BE CURED BY WHAT IS RIGHT WITH AMERICA
INAUGURATED JANUARY 20, 1993
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