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    1936 Berlin Summer Olympics Silver Medal. The 1936 Berlin Summer Olympics was the first games to be filmed so the entire world could enjoy. In the end, Jesse Owens dominated the highlights as he pocketed four gold medals. This silver medal (2.5" in diameter) was won by one successful participant. The medal is affixed to a silver bezel with a chainlink fob attached on top. Light storage wear visible. Weighs eight-five grams (85g.) and measures fifty-five millimeters (55mm.) Near fine.

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    20th-21st Saturday-Sunday
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