This new coin is antique gold and has the very first Duesenberg passenger car, known as the Castle Duesenberg, and the museum’s newest donation on one side. On the other side is the official museum logo in color.
The Certificate of Authenticity is a smaller version and easier to put into the velvet pouch to save with the coin.
As was the first one, this coin is die-stamped out of 3 mm military-grade brass, then gold electroplated AND silver electroplated as a plus to accent the 1921 Duesenberg.
Each coin is then sequentially numbered (1-100), comes in a protective clear plastic capsule and its own rich red velvet bag.
Finally, each coin comes with a Certificate of Authenticity that is numbered and signed by the Executive Director of the museum.