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Medallion Consulting, Inc.

 

Medallion Consultants, Inc. (MCI) has managed commemorative silver medallion programs for clients throughout the Pacific Northwest since 1982. Its services include medallion design, minting (by contract), shipping and packaging.


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Contact Information:

Medallion Consultants, Inc.
PO Box 806
Osburn, ID 83849
208-556-3601
Fax: 208-556-3601
Or email us!

 


Product Description:

With the endorsement of the Idaho Governor's Lewis & Clark Trail Committee, MCI has designed and produced a series of five silver medallions honoring the Lewis & Clark expedition bicentennial. The themes are: 1) Co-Commanders, 2) Flag Unfurling, 3) Crossing the Snowy Bitterroots, 4) Befriended by Nez Perce, and 5) Canoe Camp. The common reverse shows Lewis, Clark and Sacajawea superimposed over a map of Idaho.

The medallions are priced @ $22.00 each in silver, and $28.00 each with select 24-kt gold plating, plus 5% sales tax for Idaho residents. A vinyl wallet to display the series is $10.00 extra.

MCI's partner, Idaho Silver by JC, is offering a collection of Lewis & Clark-related sterling silver jewelry, including Bitterroot and Syringa pendants and earrings. Prices are shown on www.idahosilverjewelry.com


Payment Method :

We accept check, money order, Visa, MasterCard, and PayPal.


Shipping Charges :

$3.00 per order.


Ordering Instructions :

Phone, fax, or email.

 

 

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