The plate is in good overall shape, with normal wear showing from normal indoor living temperatures and conditions. Designed by artist & mint engraver Jim Ferrell. (Below is some History on the medallic artist). In 1969 he became interested in the new Franklin Mint and joined the staff of medallic artists there, working under Gilroy Roberts, who had earlier served as chief engraver of the U. After a very productive five years designing coins (for foreign countries including Panama, the Philippines, and Egypt) and medals, he became part of management but still worked with artistic concepts in the sculpting and design of hundreds of medals.During his 20-year tenure with the Franklin Mint, he developed an expertise and technical knowledge in the production of coins and medals. In August 1989 he joined the Engraving Department of the United States Mint in Philadelphia where he sculpted more than 30 coins. One of his early projects was the creation of the Congressional gold medal honoring Jesse Owens, followed in late 1990 by the design of the reverse of the 1991-dated Mount Rushmore commemorative half dollar, and in 1991 by the reverse of the Korean War commemorative silver dollar. The plate will be professionally packaged to ensure undamaged contents. I apologize for any inconvenience that may be associated with this exclusion. Thank you for your interest, and please remember to be safe, and I wish you a Merry Christmas to you and yours! This item is in the category "Collectibles\Decorative Collectibles\Other Decorative Collectibles". The seller is "uschr-sa7dry" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.