RECTANGULAR BRONZE MEDAL COMMEMORATING THE FIRST SUCCESSFUL TRIP MADE IN AMERICA OF A STEAM LOCOMOTIVE, THE STOURBRIDGE LION, IN 1829. Railroads, Delaware, The Hudson Company.

RECTANGULAR BRONZE MEDAL COMMEMORATING THE FIRST SUCCESSFUL TRIP MADE IN AMERICA OF A STEAM LOCOMOTIVE, THE STOURBRIDGE LION, IN 1829. N.p. The Delaware and Hudson Company, 1929. 6.3x10.1 cm. Commemorative medal forged by the Medal Arts Company, New York, in 1929. Recto has an image of the Stourbridge Lion and text reading "The Stourbridge Lion / 1829 1929 / The Delaware and Hudson Company." The verso reads: "[D&H logo] Commemorating the / one hundredth anniversary /of the first successful trip / made in America by a stream locomotive / at Honesdale Pennsylvania / August 8 1829 / by the Stourbridge Lion / driven by Horatio Allen." Lightly cleaned. (#166936).

Price: $385.00

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