A brown box that has the appearance of being made from snakeskin; box opens up and medals swing out to prop the top up as a display case; two medals inside-one is intended for the President of the United States of America and the other is intended for the President of the United States of Mexico. Marked: "Medal presented by the consolidated Kansas City Smelting/ and Refining Company, to the Delegates/ to the Pan American Congress, called during/ the administration of PRESIDENT BENJAMIN HARRISON/ of the United States of America, and/ PRESIDENT PORFIRIO DIAZ of the United States of Mexico/ A.D. 1889."
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