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|Description||U.S. Congressional Gold Medal for Joe Louis. Original caption states "he obverse of the medal features a portrait of Mr. Louis in a boxing stance with the inscription “JOE LOUIS 1914-1981” appearing in the left field of the medal. The reverse features the belt that Joe Louis won in 1937. The belt consists of a large center buckle with side buckles. On the center buckle is featured the American Eagle and the words “The Ring Championship Belt Won by Joe Louis”. The wording on the two smaller side buckles appearing on the medal cannot be read. In the background above the championship belt is a pair of boxing gloves. “ACT OF CONGRESS 1981” appears below the belt and the border of the reverse is surrounded by the inscription “WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP 1937-1948”."|
|Source||link, United States Mint|
|Author||Obverse - Michael Iacocca, Reverse - David Redmond (design concept) and Edgar Steever (Sculptor-Engraver), minted by the Philadelphia Mint (no mint mark), authorized by Public Law 97-246|
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|This work is in the public domain in the United States because it is a work of the United States Federal Government under the terms of Title 17, Chapter 1, Section 105 of the US Code. See Copyright.
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