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    Posted 5 years ago

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    A few days ago, I found this airline placard with the following inscription: "The Commencement of the First Single Carrier Service -- Denver - St Louis. Frontier Airlines, June 8, 1967."
    There is a metal figure resembling St Louis Gateway arch.
    Wood base construction with gold lettering.
    Plus, an 1883 silver dollar in center. --- Not a bad find in that I paid 50cents for this item! --
    I don't see the connection between the 1967 award and the 1883 silver dollar. Any guesses?

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    1. frisco frisco, 5 years ago
      You have a Great Find there, and it is always nice to pay less than the face value of the coin for it to boot! Very Nice!
    2. superbee superbee, 5 years ago
      My wife has one of these, her Dad was with Frontier Airline as a Station Manager. It was presented on the Day when you could first go up in the Arch. She became a member of the "Top of the Arch club". This was a big deal for Frontier Airlines and apparently they had these commemorative little arches made just for this.
    3. superbee superbee, 5 years ago
      One little correction--My wifes is Dated June 29, 1967 and says " The commencement of the First Non-stop services -St Louis-Denver" Frontier Airlines
    4. sunnynature22 sunnynature22, 5 years ago
      Wow, what a lovely follow-up. Thank you for the informative posting. Super interesting!

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