WINGATE MEMORIAL MEDAL 1965

Awarded to Juan Lieba of

Charles Hughes High School

"FOR THE/BEST RECORD/IN ATHLETIC/

IMPROVEMENT/SCHOOL WORK/

AND CHARACTER"

GEORGE C. WINGATE

(1840-1928)

FOUNDER OF THE NEW YORK CITY

PUBLIC SCHOOL ATHLETIC LEAGUE, 1903

 

Lawyer, New York City

Instrumental in the foundation of the Nation Rifle Association (1871), and its president for 25 years.

 

1906 STERLING SILVER VARIETY P.S.A.L. MEDAL

Obverse: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes, supported by a winged athletic foot.

Around above:

SUNDAY WORLD MEDAL

Below: In a ribboned cartouche P.S.A.L. FIELD DAY

Outside of cartouche 1906

Reverse: Dieges & Clust/John St/STERLING

Size/Shape: 29 mm, scalloped edge, with integral loop at top for suspension from a replacement red/white/blue ribbon/drupe

Known varieties: Sterling Silver

Possible varieties: Gold, Bronze

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

1907 STERLING SILVER AND BRONZE VARIETIES

P.S.A.L. MEDALS

 

Obverse: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes, sitting on a winged foot.

Around above:

SUNDAY WORLD MEDAL

Below and around: 19//07/P.S.A.L.//FIELD DAY.

Reverse

C.G.//BRAXMARCO//N.Y.

Size/Shape: 29x29 mm, Maltese cross, elongated octagonal edge, with integral loop at top for suspension from original red/white/red ribbon/drupes

Known varieties: Sterling Silver; Bronze

Possible varieties: Gold; Brass

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

1908 STERLING SILVER AND BRONZE VARIETIES

P.S.A.L. MEDALS

 

Obverse: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes, within a border of laurel.

Above: A sprinter in the starting position, and within a ribbon: SUNDA//Y

WORLD/P.S.A.L.//MEDAL

Below: In exergue FIELD DAY//1908

Reverse: Dieges & Clust./23/

John St. N.Y./STERLING

Size/Shape: 33x27 mm, irregular edge, with integral loop at top for suspension from an original red/white/red ribbon/drupe

Known varieties: Sterling Silver & Bronze

Possible varieties: Gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

 

1909 STERLING SILVER AND BRONZE VARIETIES

P.S.A.L. MEDALS

 

Obverse: Above: A wreath forming a large hole for suspension, flanked by two track men on either side, with a shield in between them.

Center: On a ribbon,

SUNDAY WORLD

Below: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes.

Left: P.S.A.L.

Right: MEDAL

Below FIELD DAY/1909

Reverse: Dieges & Clust./23/ John St. N.Y./STERLING

Size/Shape: 40x27 mm, irregular edge, like a Christmas tree from reverse, with integral loop at top for suspension from an original red/white/red ribbon/drupe

Known varieties: Sterling Silver; Bronze

Possible varieties: Gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

1910 STERLING SILVER AND BRONZE VARIETIES

P.S.A.L. MEDALS

 

Obverse: Four quadrants separated by bars going from NE to SW, and NW to SE, with intertwined PSAL letters woven within a circle.

Above: SUNDAY WORLD/

FIELD DAY

Right: A male figure in half stride

Below: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes/1910 in exergue.

Left: A shot-putter at the ready.

Reverse: In a diamond shaped cartouche

LAMBERT BROS./N.Y./3RD AVE. COR 58TH ST.

Below: STERLING

Size/Shape: 37x30 mm, octagonal edge, with integral loop at top for suspension from an original red/white/red ribbon/drupe. The bottom quarter is distended to reveal the date in exergue.

Known varieties: Sterling Silver, bronze

Possible varieties: Gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

1911 STERLING SILVER AND BRONZE VARIETIES

P.S.A.L. MEDALS

Obverse: Center: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes.

Above: SUNDAY/WORLD

Left: Field/Day

Right: P.S.A.L.

Below: A sprinter in the starting position, and within an extended fancy cartouche, 1911

Reverse: In a diamond shaped cartouche

LAMBERT BROS./N.Y./3RD AVE. COR 58TH ST.

Below: STERLING

Size/Shape: 40x31 mm, botonée cross with rounded edges, and an integral fob loop at top for suspension from an original red/white/red ribbon/drupe

Known varieties: Sterling Silver; Bronze

Possible varieties: Gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

1912 STERLING SILVER AND BRONZE VARIETIES

P.S.A.L. MEDALS

 

Obverse: Above: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes.

Around Above: SUNDAY//WORLD

Center: On a ribbon FIELD DAYS

Below: A runner at the blocks. On each side P.S.//A.L.

In exergue: 1912

Denticles surround the entire inner rim

Reverse: In a diamond shaped cartouche

LAMBERT BROS./N.Y./3RD AVE. COR 58TH ST.

Below: STERLING

Size/Shape: 32 mm, round, with integral loop at top for suspension from a red/white/red ribbon/drupe

Known varieties: Sterling Silver; Bronze

Possible varieties: Gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

 

 

1913 STERLING SILVER AND BRONZE VARIETIES

P.S.A.L. MEDALS

 

 

 

 

 

Obverse: Above: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes.

Around below in four separate circles, left to right: A hurdler; a broad jumper; a sprinter; and a shot put athlete Center: SUNDAY WORLD/FIELD DAYS/P.S.A.L./1913

Reverse: In a diamond shaped cartouche

LAMBERT BROS./N.Y./3RD AVE. COR 58TH ST.

Below: STERLING

Size/Shape: 34 mm, basically round, but appearing scalloped due to two globes and circles, with an integral fob loop at top for suspension from a red/white/red ribbon/drupe

Known varieties: Sterling Silver; Bronze

Possible varieties: Gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

 

1914 STERLING SILVER AND BRONZE VARIETIES

P.S.A.L. MEDALS

 

 

 

 

 

Obverse: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes, flanked by United States flag on left and New York City flag on right.

Above: 19//14

Center: A large winged foot

Around below: On a ribbon SUNDAY//WORLD//FIELD DAY, and in an arched ribbon behind the foot, P.S.//A.L.

Reverse: In an arch: Dieges & Clust/STERLING

Size/Shape: 41x21 mm, very irregular edge, with integral round loop at top for suspension from a red/white/red ribbon/drupe

Known varieties: Sterling Silver; Bronze

Possible varieties: Gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

1915 STERLING SILVER VARIETY

P.S.A.L. MEDAL

 

 

 

 

 

Obverse: Center: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes, 19//15 above, and P.S.A.L. on a cartouche below.

Around above: In a border SUNDAY//WORLD

Around below: In a border FIELD//DAY

At North a lamp of knowledge; at East the head of Hercules; at South the New York City Seal; and at West the head of Mercury

Reverse; In an arch: Dieges & Clust/

STERLING

Size/Shape: 35 mm, basically round, but distended at compass points, with integral small loop at top for suspension from a red/white/red ribbon/drupe

Known varieties: Sterling Silver

Possible varieties: Bronze, gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

 

1915 STERLING SILVER

HIGH RECORD VARIETY

P.S.A.L. MEDAL

Obverse Center: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes.

Around above: SUNDAY WORLD WALKING CLUB/P.S.//A.L.

Below the logo: HIGH RECORD/MEDAL

Reverse

Won By/A. Herold/July 4TH/1915

In an arch: Dieges & Clust/STERLING

Size/Shape: 32 mm, octagon, with hole for suspension from a red/white/red ribbon/drupe

Known varieties: Sterling Silver

Possible varieties: None

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 1,000 silver only

 

 

 

1916 STERLING SILVER VARIETY

P.S.A.L. MEDAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Obverse: Above: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes, sitting on a cartouche. SUNDAY//WORLD

Center: In exergue P.S.//A.L. on each side of the New York State coat of arms.

Below: A sprinter at the blocks, left 19 and right 16. FIELD//DAY

Reverse: Dieges & Clust/ STERLING

Size/Shape: 35x27 mm, elongated octagonal edge, with integral loop at top for suspension from a red/white/red ribbon/drupe

Known varieties: Sterling Silver, Bronze, Brass (field judge)

Possible varieties: Gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: 1,980 each silver and bronze

 

 

1917 STERLING SILVER AND GOLD BRONZE VARIETIES

P.S.A.L. MEDALS

 

 

Obverse: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes.

Above: SUNDAY//WORLD

Center: On a banner that reaches into the rim on each end from SW to NE: vPvSvAvLv

Left center: On a ribbon FIELD DAY

Right below banner: 1917 in a ribbon; leaves; a shield; leaves.

Reverse: Dieges & Clust/Gold Bronze

Size/Shape: 31mm, seven sided, with integral round loop at top for suspension from a red/white/red ribbon/drupe

Known varieties: Sterling Silver; Gold Bronze

Possible varieties: Bronze

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

 

 

1918 SOLID GOLD AND BRONZE VARIETIES

P.S.A.L. MEDALS

 

 

 

 

Obverse: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes.

Above center: A United States flag with a sprig of leaves to each side.

Center: On a banner SUNDAY//WORLD

Below center: Above the logo, P.S.//A.L.

Below: Left of logo FIELD/19, right of logo DAYS/18

Reverse: Dieges & Clust//Solid Gold

Size/Shape: 32 x 27mm, tablet, with integral round loop at top for suspension from a red/white/blue ribbon/drupe, and a metal ribbon marked BASEBALL (On the bronze variety only)

Known varieties: Solid (18 kt?) Gold; Bronze

Possible varieties: Sterling Silver

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

 

1919 STERLING SILVER AND BRASS/GOLDTONE VARIETIES

P.S.A.L. MEDALS

 

 

 

 

Obverse: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes.

Above: A large winged foot/ P.S.//A.L.

Center: On a ribbon SUNDAY//WORLD

Below: FIELD DAY

In exergue extending from round medal: 1919

Reverse DIEGES & CLUST

Size/Shape: 27 mm, round, with integral loop at top for suspension from a red/white/red ribbon/drupe. The bottom is also distended to house the date

Known varieties: Sterling Silver and Brass or Goldtone

Possible varieties: Gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

 

1920 STERLING SILVER AND BRONZE VARIETIES

P.S.A.L. MEDALS

 

 

Obverse: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes.

Around a band in the center: SUNDAY WORLDFIELD DAYS Left, top, and right: P/S//A/L

Below: 1920

Reverse: Dieges & Clust/

Sterling

Size/Shape: 33 mm, exaggerated maltese style cross, with hole at top for suspension from a red/white/blue ribbon/drupe. Championship award has "Championship/1920" on pinback bar at top of drupe.

Known varieties: Sterling Silver; Bronze

Possible varieties: Gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

 

1921 BRASS/BRONZE TONE VARIETY

P.S.A.L. MEDAL

 

 

 

Obverse: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes.

Above: On a ribbon SUNDAY WORLD

Beneath the logo: On a ribbon with leaves on each side FIELD/1921/DAY

Below: On a ribbon P.S.A.L.

Around the entire rim: A denticled border

Reverse: DIEGES & CLUST

Size/Shape: 28 mm, round, with integral loop at top for suspension from a red/white/red ribbon/drupe.

Known varieties: Brass or Bronzetone

Possible varieties: Sterling Silver; Bronze, Gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

 

1922 STERLING SILVER - GOLD BRONZE, AND BRASS VARIETIES

P.S.A.L. MEDALS

 

 

Obverse: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes.

In a band above: SUNDAY WORLD Below that: FIELD DAYS 1922

Left and right: PS//AL

Reverse: Dieges & Clust/

Sterling

Size/Shape: 30 mm, octagonal with integral loop at top for suspension from a red/white/blue ribbon/drupe. Championship award has "Championship/1922" on pinback bar at top of drupe.

Known varieties: Sterling Silver;

Gold Bronze, and Brass

Possible varieties: Gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

 

1923 STERLING SILVER AND BRASS "FIELD JUDGE"

P.S.A.L. MEDALS

 

 

Obverse: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes, with berry leaves on each side.

Above: P S // A L,

left 19, and right 23.

Center in a ribbon: SUNDAY//WORLD

Below: A full figured distance runner in full stride, with two trailing runners, and on each side in another ribbon FIELD//DAYS

Reverse: D&C Logo/Sterling/

Dieges & Clust

Size/Shape: 35x30 mm, shield shaped, with integral loop at top for suspension from a red/white/red or red/white/blue ribbon/drupe.

Brass variety has celluloid bar with words "FIELD JUDGE"

Known varieties: Sterling Silver; Brass (field judge)

Possible varieties: Bronze, gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

924 STERLING SILVER AND BRASS VARIETIES

P.S.A.L. MEDALS

 

 

 

 

Obverse: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes, with berry leaves on each side.

Above: An athlete jumping a hurdle

P S // A L

Center in a ribbon: SUNDAY WORLD

Below: Left FIELD/19, and right DAYS/24.

Reverse: D&C Logo/Sterling/

Dieges & Clust

Size/Shape: 29 mm, wavy round cross potent shaped, similar to a fireman's badge, with integral loop at top for suspension from a red/white/red or red/white/blue ribbon/drupe

Known varieties: Sterling Silver, bronze

Possible varieties: gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

 

1925 STERLING SILVER AND BRASS VARIETIES

P.S.A.L. MEDALS

 

 

 

Obverse: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes.

Above: In a small trapezoid, 1925, at the top of an arch with Corinthian columns on each side extending beyond the halfway point, and a track runner in the blocks between the columns.

Center in a ribbon extending into the edge of the medal: SUNDAY WORLD

Center sides outside the columns: Leaves

Below the ribbon and between the columns: P.S.//A.L.

On a ribbon each side of the logo: FIELD//DAYS

Reverse

D&C Logo/Sterling/Dieges & Clust

Size/Shape: 33 x 23 mm, very irregular rounded at top with shape of leaves at sides, and rounded at bottom, with integral loop at top for suspension from a red/white/red or red/white/blue ribbon/drupe

Known varieties: Sterling Silver, brass

Possible varieties: Bronze, gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

 

1926 STERLING SILVER

P.S.A.L. MEDAL

 

 

 

Obverse: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes.

Above: On three ribbons at top, above center and center SUNDAY/WORLD/P.S.//A.L.

Center: A standing athlete holding a sprig of laurel

FIELD//DAYS

Below: On a fourth ribbon 19//26

Reverse

D&C Logo/Sterling/Dieges & Clust

Size/Shape: 44 x 24 mm, very irregular slightly rounded at top, and rounded at bottom, with integral loop at top for suspension from a red/white/red ribbon/drupe

Known varieties: Sterling Silver

Possible varieties: Bronze

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

 

 

1927 STERLING SILVER

P.S.A.L. MEDAL

 

 

Obverse: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes

Center on a ribbon: SUNDAY WORLD

Below center right: FIELD/DAY

Below: A sprinter at the blocks, left 1927.

In a cartouche at bottom: PSAL

Reverse: D&C Logo/Dieges & Clust/STERLING

Size/Shape: 35x20 mm, elongated rectangular edge, with gable top and integral loop at top for suspension from a red/white/red ribbon/drupe

Known varieties: Sterling Silver

Possible varieties: Bronze, gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

 

 

1928 STERLING SILVER AND BRASS VARIETIES

P.S.A.L. MEDALS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Obverse: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes

Center on a ribbon: SUNDAY WORLD

In exergue: PSAL

Below center: FIELD//DAYS

Below: A sprinter at the blocks, below 1928.

Reverse: D&C Logo/Dieges & Clust/STERLING

Size/Shape: 34x25 mm, diamond shaped, with flat points and integral loop at top for suspension from a red/white/red ribbon/drupe

Known varieties: Sterling Silver, Brass,

Possible varieties: Bronze, gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

1929 STERLING SILVER VARIETY

P.S.A.L. MEDAL

 

 

 

 

 

Obverse: Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes.

Above: On a ribbon, SUNDAY WORLD

In exergue, P.S.A.L.

Center: 1929

Below: A winged foot extending up both sides of the medal

Reverse

D&C Logo/STERLING/Dieges & Clust

Size/Shape: 39x23 mm, very irregular edge, like a teardrop, with integral round loop at top for suspension from a red/white/red ribbon/drupe

Known varieties: Sterling Silver

Possible varieties: Bronze. gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze

 

 

 

 

1930 BRASS/BRONZE VARIETY

P.S.A.L. MEDAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

Obverse: Above: P.S.A.L., Pulitzer Newspaper logo of the Statue of Liberty between two globes

Center in a ribbon: SUNDAY//WORLD

Below: A sprinter in the blocks, and on each side in two ribbons FIELD//DAYS

In a cartouche: 1930

Reverse: D&C Logo/

Dieges & Clust

Size/Shape: 35x23 mm, shield shaped, with integral loop at top for suspension from a red/white/red or red/white/blue ribbon/drupe

Known varieties: Bronze/Brass

Possible varieties: Sterling Silver, Bronze, gold

Designer: Unknown

Mintages: Under 2,000 each silver and bronze