Olympic Games 1972 Munich

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GENERAL DATA OLYMPIC PARTICIPATION MEDAL 19
Diameter: 49 mm Design by: Fritz König
Weight: 144 gr Mint: Krupp
Thickness: 10 mm Participants: 7,894
Obverse: Munich Olympic emblem, wreath of rays with superimposed spiral, over German legend in two lines.
Reverse: Olympic rings over two hands, one holding stylized olive branch


   The OC gave the prescribed souvenir certificates and medals to all accredited team members, international    referees, jury members and NOC members while they were still in Munich, a total of some 15,000 people.

Both types of certificates were decorated with eye-catching rainbow colors.
The souvenir medals were made of stainless steel, had a diameter of 5 cm., a thickness of 9 mm. and bore a design by Fritz König.
 

(Source document:  Official Report 1972, Vol., 1, page 86)



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  • 1940cancelled
  • 1944cancelled
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  • 1956Stockholm, Sweden
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  • 1980Moscow, Soviet Union
  • 1984Los Angeles, USA
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