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2014 Club Medal

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The Red Rose Coin Club has produced medals annually since 1966 making this year's medal the 48th in our series. The 2014 medal is available in both bronze and silver versions with the silver version only sold as part of a set with the bronze medal.

The reverse of the medal has the logo of the Red Rose Coin Club and is dated 2014. Only 74 were struck in .999 Fine Silver and 125 in Bronze.

 

ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS:

Please remit orders to Red Rose Coin Club, PO Box 7212, Lancaster, PA 17604-7212

Payment should be made payable to 'Red Rose Coin Club' - Include Shipping & Handling Fees for Mail Orders

 

RRCC Member Prices

Set of Silver & Bronze Medals $60.00 per set

Bronze Medal Only $10.00 each

Non-Member Prices

Set of Silver & Bronze Medals $65.00 per set

Bronze Medal Only $15.00 each

Shipping & Handling Fees are $5.00 per order for mail orders

Club Medal History

Year

Design

Number Stuck

Compostion

Additional Info

2015

Lancaster City Bureau of Police – 150th Anniversary.

 

 

Mintage yet to be determined.

2014

Postlethwaite’s Tavern – Lancaster’s First Courthouse

75
125

.999 Silver
Bronze

 

2013

Massacre of the Conestoga Indians – 250th Anniversary

75
125

.999 Silver
Bronze

 

2012

Joseph Wharton and the Gap Nickel Mines – 150th Anniversary

75
125

.999 Silver
Bronze

 

2011

Samuel H. Zahm

100
200

.999 Silver
Bronze

Issued the only Civil War token that is attributed to Lancaster. 150th Anniversary

2010

Lancaster's Union Fire Co. No. 1

100
150

.999 Silver
Bronze

250th Anniversary

2009

Lancaster's First Library

100
200

.999 Silver
Bronze

250th anniversary of what would become the fourth 200 Bronze oldest library in PA

2008

Red Rose Coin Club 50th Anniversary

100
250

.999 Silver
Bronze

Honoring our own very successful club!

2007

Atglen & Susquehanna Low Grade RR

100
250

.999 Silver
Bronze

 

2006

Lititz, PA 250th Anniversary

150
300

.999 Silver
Bronze

Location of the first pretzel
bakery in the US

2005

Millersville University 150th Anniversary

175
375

.999 Silver
Bronze

40th Annual medal issued
by the Red Rose Coin Club

2004

Frank W. Woolworth

150
300

.999 Silver
Bronze

125th Anniversary of his first Successful 5 & 10 store at 170 N Queen St in Lancaster, PA

2003

Lewis and Clark Expedition

150
300

.999 Silver
Bronze

200th anniversary of the
expedition. Lewis was sent to Lancaster to learn Map making

2002

Strasburg Railroad

150
350

.999 Silver
Bronze

Founded in 1832, now a
favorite tourist stop

2001

Lancaster Almshouse 200th Anniversary

150
250

.999 Silver
Bronze

Opened in 1801 as a place
for the poor to live, work and be treated for illness

2000

Harriet Lane

150
300

.999 Silver
Bronze

The niece of President James Buchanan resided in Lancaster at 'Wheatland' Unofficial 'First Lady' during his term of office

1999

John Sutter

150
300

.999 Silver
Bronze

150th Anniversary Gold
Rush in California Sutter's Mill He is buried in Lancaster County

1998

Henry 'Barney' Ewell

150
300

.999 Silver
Bronze

Lancaster native and Olympic
medalist in track and field

1997

Gen. Daniel B. Strickler

200
350

.999 Silver
Bronze

 

1996

Linden Hall

200
350

.999 Silver
Bronze

Located in Lititz, Lancaster County this school for girls is the country's oldest college prep school for women

1995

Robert Fulton

150
400

.999 Silver
Bronze

Born in Lancaster County, he
designed the first successful steamboat

1994

The Lancaster Turnpike

150
400

.999 Silver
Bronze

Chartered in 1792, this private
road connected Lancatser and
Philadelphia

1993

Lancaster Locomotive Works

150
400

.999 Silver
Bronze

 

1992

Thaddeus Stevens

150
300

.999 Silver
Bronze

200th Anniversary of the birth of
the well known slavery opponent

1991

James Buchanan

150
400

.999 Silver
Bronze

200th Anniversary of the birth of
Pennsylvania's only President

1990

Electrified Trolley

150
400

.999 Silver
Bronze

100th anniversary of Lancaster's
first electric trolley cars

1989

Central Market

208
602

.999 Silver
Bronze

Lancaster's downtown market
building is listed in the National Register of Historic Places

1988

J. P. McCaskey High School

200
500

.999 Silver
Bronze

50th anniversary of Lancaster's
high school

1987

Franklin & Marshall College

150
400

.999 Silver
Bronze

 

1986

Lancaster County Historical Society

150
400

.999 Silver
Bronze

100th anniversary of the society

1985

John Wise/Balloon

150
500

.999 Silver
Bronze

Lancaster native that devoted his life (1808-1879) to ballooning

1984

Great Indian Treaty

150
400

.999 Silver
Bronze

Honors the treaty of 1744 held
in Lancaster granting peace

1983

Peter Getz Dollar

150
500

.999 Silver
Bronze

Peter Getz was a talented
Lancaster jeweler and die engraver

1982

Lancaster Fire Department

200
500

.999 Silver
Bronze

100th Anniversary of the city
Fire Department

1981

Soldiers/Sailors Monument

150
500

.999 Silver
Bronze

A National Historic Site located
in Penns Square Lancaster, PA

1980

DeMuth Tobacco Store

150
750

.999 Silver
Bronze

In 1980, the DeMuth tobacco
shop had been operating in the
same spot as the original store for 210 years!

1979

250th Anniversary Lancaster County

250
750

.999 Silver
Bronze

 

1978

Home of the Conestoga Wagon

400
1,500

.999 Silver
Bronze

 

1977

Our Nation's Capital Sept. 27, 1777

400
2,500

.999 Silver
Bronze

The Continental Congress left
Philadelphia for safety to the west and met in Lancaster before moving further west to York

1976

George Ross (Bicentennial Series)

500
1,000
5,000

.999 Silver
Solid Nickel
Franklin Bronze

A lawyer that practiced in
Lancaster, he went on to serve in  the First Continental Congress Uncle of Betsy Ross' husband

1975

David Ramsay (Bicentennial Series)

500
1,000
5,000

.999 Silver
Solid Nickel
Franklin Bronze

Born in Lancaster County, he was a surgeon and a patriot during the American Revolution

1974

Edward Hand (Bicentennial Series)

500
1,000
5,000

.999 Silver
Solid Nickel
Franklin Bronze

He came to Lancaster to practice medicine and became one of the
Continental Army's most famous leaders

1973

William Henry (Bicentennial Series)

500
1,000
5,000

.999 Silver
Solid Nickel
Franklin Bronze

A Lancaster resident and gunsmith, he was appointed Superintendent of Arms and Accouterments for the Continental Army in 1777

1972

Adam Hubley (Bicentennial Series)

500
1,000
5,000

.999 Silver
Solid Nickel
Franklin Bronze

Honors the only signer of Colonial Currency from Lancaster, PA

1971

Steamer 'Lady Gay'

400
300
2,250

.999 Silver
Cupro Nickel
Goldene Bronze

Before the arrival of the trolley, used to get from Witmer Bridge to Rocky Springs and Peoples Park

1970

Land of the Plain People

400
500
3,000

.999 Silver
Cupro Nickel
Goldene Bronze

Honors the heritage found in  Lancaster's countryside

1969

Lancaster Rifle

400
600
2,250

.999 Silver
Cupro Nickel
Goldene Bronze

Perhaps more well known as the 'Kentucky Rifle' it was developed in Lancaster, PA

1968

Lancaster City Sesquicentennia

400
500
2,500

.999 Silver
Silver Clad
Nickel Bronze

150th Anniversary of Lancaster's incorporation as a City

1967

Fulton Opera House

400
500
2,500

.999 Silver
Silver Clad
Nickel Bronze

Honors Lancaster's Fulton Opera House which was built in 1852

1966

Wheatland

400
350
3,000

.999 Silver
Silver Clad
Nickel Bronze

Honors President James Buchanan's Home 'Wheatland' located in Lancaster, PA

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