Panama-Pacific Exposition Gold Dollar
- Year of Issue: 1915
- Authorizing Legislation: Public Law 63-233
The Panama-Pacific Exposition Gold Dollar was released in 1915 to commemorate the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. The Exposition was held in San Francisco and celebrated the successful completion of the Panama Canal.
The obverse design features a head, representing labor, through whose efforts the Panama Canal became a reality.
The reverse features two dolphins, symbolizing the meeting of the two oceans as brought about by the building of the Panama Canal.
- UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
- PANAMA PACIFIC EXPOSITION
- SAN FRANCISCO
- E PLURIBUS UNUM
- ONE DOLLAR
Mint and Mint Mark
- Designer: Charles Keck