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Official Iditarod Medallion Alaska 1oz gold plated .999 pure silver.
The Official Iditarod Medallion is the most limited mintage of all Alaska medallions. It contains one ounce of 24k gold relief plating on .999 fine silver, individually serial numbered.
Mintage: limited to 3,500 pcs. Is second only to the Official State Medallion series for after market demand and price appreciation potential.
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|Country :||United States of America|
|Face Value :||No|
|Metal :||.999 Fine silver|
|Weight :||1 oz|
|Size :||38.61 mm|
|Mintage :||3,500 pcs. Worldwide|
|Certificate of Authenticity :||Yes|
|Original ETUI box/case :||Yes|
The Iditarod Sled Dog Race is known as "The last great race on earth," and stretches over 1,000 miles across Alaska's frozen wilderness from Anchorage to Nome. The first race to Nome, organized by the late Knik resident, Joe Reddington Sr., and the late historian from Wasila, Dorothy Page, took place in March of 1973.
The first running of the race began on March 3 of 1973, and ended one month later on April 3, in Nome. Today, the race is run the same distance, but in about one third of the time. The Iditarod has been ran each year since its inaugural race, and in 1976 Congress designated the Iditarod route a National Historic Trail. The trail follows the old mail route from Knik to Nome, forged in 1910.
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