Signature: Whitehead and Hoag, Newark, NJ
5.25 inches length of gold piece, 6.5 inches length with ribbon
64.7 grams; 2.27 oz.
Made in anticipation of, or as a commemorative medal for Mark Hanna, as he died in February of 1904, before the convention convened in June.
Finely cast and modeled with a depiction of the Capitol building and a robed goddess holding cornucopias issuing a locomotive and a masted freighter, representing Hanna’s business interests, on a silk red, white and blue ribbon.