75th Gold Challenge Coin Pacific Aviation Museum

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Images shown are an artist's rendering.

The front of the coin features a 3D sculpted version of the "Remember Pearl Harbor" logo - consisting of an American flag centered on the coin underneath a large, beveled "75" flanked by two 5-pointed stars. A waving banner emblazoned with "PEARL HARBOR" is draped over the lower half of the "75." The word "REMEMBER" follows the curve of the coin at the top; while the date "1941" follows the opposite curve at the bottom. The use of red, white and blue enamel add an additional level of patriotism to the front of this coin.

The opposite side of the coin features a 3D carved relief of the Control Tower on Ford Island at Pearl Harbor known as S84. Though the tower was still under construction on December 7, 1941, it sheltered wounded men while directing incoming planes during the attack.

"PACIFIC AVIATION MUSEUM PEARL HARBOR" as well as the establishment date for the museum "EST. 12/7/2006" surround the S84 sculpture with two 5-pointed stars flanking the date.

The Pacific Aviation Museum coin comes in both polished gold and polished silver versions.

Coin is 1 3/4 inch in diameter.

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