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Alaska's Official State Medallion for 2017…
The Susitna Eagle!
The winning design for 2017 was submitted by Crystelle Masters of Anchorage (who also designed the 2014 Moose). The image depicts a bald eagle with a fish in its talons. In the background is Mount Susitna (The Sleeping Lady), which is a prominent sight across Cook Inlet from Anchorage. High in the sky on the medallion is the Big Dipper, representing the State Flag of Alaska. This is a beautiful medallion, breaking the tradition of a large wildlife image.
Whether you are looking for a rare medallion investment, a keepsake memory of an Alaskan vacation or a gift for someone tough to please; the Official State Medallions of Alaska are sure to bring smiles to faces for many years.
Meticulously handcrafted of .999 Alaska mined silver these one-ounce rounds are individually serial numbered and limited in edition. The designs change yearly and back issue pieces have shown surprising appreciation values (just check out the back issue medallions to the left!).
2017 Alaska State Medallion - The SUSITNA EAGLE!
Designed by Crystelle Masters of Anchorage, Alaska this medallion is the latest compliment to the ongoing Alaska State Medallion Series.
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For current information regarding ordering, shipping times, assigned serial numbers, and other 2017 State Medallions please click the main 2017 Susitna Eagle page.
The one-ounce Official Alaska State Medallion Proof should be the first medallion in any Alaska collection. Each medallion is rim stamped with an individual serial number and production is limited to demand through the year of issue. They come encased in an air tight holder in a presentation box with information card. Check out the back issue pieces at the links to the left to see how these medallions have increased in value over the years. The mintage of these medallions is authorized under Alaska State Statute: 44.09.017.
There is plenty to explore on this site… the medallion series has been ongoing in State since 1992. They are sanctioned by the Alaska State Legislature and designs are by Alaskan artists depicting Alaska wildlife. We hope you enjoy browsing and we hope you will allow us to help put some Alaska silver into your life.
Don't forget to view the 2017 Iditarod Medallion.
Iditarod medallions continue to be the second most in-demand medallion produced by the mint.
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Thank you for visiting. We would like to wish you good luck and good fortune; now, in 2017, and beyond.