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1975 Paul Revere's Midnight Ride Other silver medals
These Longines Symphonette Wittnauer Mint medals come in a variety of compositions and in various subsets. This is from the 60 medal series Great American Triumphs. This is also .999 silver rather than another found more commonly in .925 sterling silver.

You can tell the series by the artwork on the reverse, this having an eagle and shield under the text.
I have other Paul Revere theme medals from different mints.

These are all nice medals shown below. First is a National Commemorative Society Franklin Mint medal, the second is a scarce medal sculpted and designed by Felix Schlag and the third is one of my 5 smaller Paul Revere medals that has the initials BT and as far as we have learned is perhaps a small mintage of 100?
I have 5 of these and have not seen any of these before or after I purchased them from the same source in three different purchases. Schlag's would still be my favorite.

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