Ronald Reagan Bronze Medal
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Ronald Reagan Bronze Medal

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  • Commemorates Ronald Reagan’s presidency
  • Great for students and history enthusiasts
  • Available in 1.5 or 3 inches in diameter
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The Bronze Ronald Reagan Medal commemorates the presidency of Ronald Reagan. This is a great medal for students and history enthusiasts.

The obverse design features a portrait of Ronald Reagan with the inscription “RONALD REAGAN” centered along the top of the medal and “PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES” centered along the lower border.

The reverse design features Half Dome in Yosemite National Park. Inscriptions are “LET US RENEW OUR FAITH AND OUR HOPE. WE HAVE EVERY RIGHT TO DREAM HEROIC DREAMS,” from the President’s Inaugural Address, with the additional inscriptions “INAUGURATED JANUARY 20, 1981” and “YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK,” which is centered along the left lower border.

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