|The picture below shows a larger front and back view of this 1901 U.S. Cream Separator Pan American Exposition Advertising Medal Token Coin. One side of this medal has a nude woman with a buffalo or American bison. The other side has a man with a torch riding on the back of a winged angel flying over buildings at the Fair. The medal appears to be made of brass or bronze. It is marked on the two sides as follows:|
GOLD MEDAL HIGHEST AWARD
PAN - AMERICAN EXPOSITION
.U.S CREAM SEPARATOR (error with ''U.S.'' periods)
U.S. CREAM SEPARATOR
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE INTERNATIONALE
VT. FARM MCH. CO.
BELLOWS FALLS, VT.
The medal measures 1-1/4'' wide. It appears to be in excellent condition with some wear, but much of the original luster as pictured. There is a drilled hole at the top. We do not know if it was originally made with the hole or not.