Medallic Art Case Studies
Medallic Art Company is honored to be a part of the Panama Expansion Project by being chosen to mint commemorative coins that immortalize the momentous engineering feat – creating one work of art that pays tribute to another.
Greenberg was the first Jewish superstar in American professional sports and one of the greatest sluggers in baseball history. He attracted national attention in 1934 when he refused to play baseball on Yom Kippur, the Jewish day of atonement. When the Jewish-American Hall of Fame chose to honor the 100th anniversary of Hank Greenburg's birth, they chose to reissue a 20 year old medal originally struck by Medallic Art Company. Read more about Medallic's involvement in the longest series of art medals issued in America.
When Harding University chose to mint 4 different art medals, one for each of their levels of donating, they turned to the Medallic Art Company and their unsurpassed experience and craftsmanship in designing and minting such medals. Read more about the unique and highly praised 4 medal solution that evolved from this partnership.
More About Medallic Art Company
Medallic Art Company is a division of Northwest Territorial Mint, which maintains an online store with thousands of minted products. To learn more about the history of Medallic Art Company, please visit our history page.