An Olympic bronze medal from the 1960 Rome Games. The medal is molded with figures in relief on the obverse and reverse. The obverse side features a seated woman, representing Lady Victory, dressed in a flowing robe and holding a palm frond in her left hand and a winner's crown of leaves above her head. A coliseum is visible behind her. To her left a block of text appears in relief. The reverse features a male figure reaching out while hoisted on the shoulders of other men with a stadium visible in the background. The medal is surrounded by a circular bronze molded laurel wreath with a flat banner at the bottom. On the obverse the banner is blank while on the reverse it is engraved with the word [ATLETICA]. Stamped on the left edge of the coin is a small line of text. At the top of the medal is a pair of hooks. The medal is held somewhat loosely in the wreath in 4 separate brackets.
A ticket for admission to an athletic event at the Stadio Olimpico during the 1960 Rome Olympics. The ticket is pink with a red graphic of the portico of the Temple of Saturn. The portico is depicted as ruins with a piece of a fallen column in the foreground on the bottom center. Behind the portico, additional monuments and architecture can be seen. Below center to the right of the portico is a white graphic of the Olympic Stadium. At the top in the center is a block of red text and the logo of the 1960 Rome Olympics. The logo features the Olympic rings capped with a statue of the Capitoline Wolf and the date in Roman numerals. On the right side of the ticket is a stylized clock with the time at 3 o'clock and a white graphic of a track runner. Information about the event is printed in Italian above and below the image of the clock and runner. The reverse of the ticket features a black and white image of the Olympic Stadium. To the left of the image is a column of text with instructions. In the lower left quadrant is a vertical stamp of the ticket number.