Bronze cast medal representing American trade neutrality in relation to World War I. Designed by Karl Goetz and made in Germany in 1915.
Features the United States of America President Woodrow Wilson.

Despite President Wilson's earlier efforts to avoid war two years later in 1917 he asked Congress to declare war and it became official on April 6, 1917.

Obverse Description

President laureate, facing, wearing a scarf decorated with German eagles and dividing the dates '1914 1915'; around, 'WOODROW WILSON LIBERTY NEVTRALITY HVMANITY'.

Reverse Description

Uncle Sam seated on a pile of bombs holding a bag of money and a ship; in the background, a cannon and shells; around, 'AMERIKA NEVTRALES HANDELN'.

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