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Bicentennial gold medal

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Am needing help with properly indertifying value of medal. 

Liberty head (facing right) on front 

Eagle "seal" bicentennial 1776-1976 on back

It weighs 17.4 g 

Is it .900 gold?

What's the weightin troy oz? 

Best place to sell? 

And any other info you might have would be appreciated.  

Thank you, 

Cindy Bothe



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Hi Cindy,

Your medallion is most certainly not gold. You can see, on the higher areas, how the gold plating is worn off and the base metal, a silver color, is showing through.

Bicentennial medallions were manufactured by many, many company's, and I'm sure yours is of minimum value. Especially considering the condition.

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